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Woodside may lose high credit rating 

S&P Global has placed Woodside Petroleum on CreditWatch and may downgrade it from its current BBB+ thanks not to COVID-19 and oil and LNG price problems but rather the wider energy transition. 

Woodside may lose high credit rating 

  It said overnight in London that the energy transition coupled with price volatility and what it calls overall weaker profitability are all weighing on the decision and has revised up its risk assessment...

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