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Woodside shares fall on delays and confusion

THE share price of Woodside Energy Group fell today as it released its first quarterly report that included production from the BHP petroleum assets it took control of on June 1. 

Woodside CEO Meg O'Neill

Woodside CEO Meg O'Neill

  It has lowered its production outlook, changed its reporting method causing analyst confusion, ended the farm down of its 82% stake in the Sangomar oil field, and pushed a final investment decision...

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