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Woodside quarterly revenue falls 29% in an "extremely difficult period"

ASX-LISTED Woodside Energy Group has delivered a 29% drop in revenue to $3,084 million in a Quarter 2, 2023 that was marred by the tragic recent death of a contractor.

Colin Hay
Woodside quarterly revenue falls 29% in an "extremely difficult period"

In a reporting period which was also impacted by planned turnaround and maintenance activities the Australian energy giant also achieved a five per cent decline in production of 44.5 MMboe (489 Mboe/day)....

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