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Origin launches new strategy, A$250M share buy-back

ORIGIN Energy has announced a A$250 million share buy-back as it unveiled a strategy refresh that touted a commitment to decarbonisation while at the same time continuing exploration and appraisal campaigns in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia.

AGL CEO Frank Calabria

AGL CEO Frank Calabria

The buy-back is expected to begin in April and follows Origin taking in A$2.2 billion after selling a 10% stake in its APLNG facility to ConocoPhillips.   CEO Frank Calabria said the company was in...

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