LNG (LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS)

Woodside lets go of CPC offtake deal

WOODSIDE Petroleum's contentious Browse LNG project has been dealt a blow after the company let lapse a supply deal with Taiwan's CPC Corporation.

Woodside lets go of CPC offtake deal

In a brief statement this morning, Woodside said its LNG key terms agreement with CPC Corporation was allowed to expire on June 21 on the agreement of both parties. Woodside and CPC signed the key terms...

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