OPINION

Do lower emissions mean lower dividends for Woodside shareholders? 

WOODSIDE Petroleum has promised lower emissions as it goes into the energy transition but analysts and investors are worried at potentially lower dividends from clean energy over oil and gas exploration and production. 

 Woodside and Greening Australia

Woodside and Greening Australia

Yesterday CEO Meg O'Neill committed to spending US$5 billion on clean energy by 2030, mostly in hydrogen and ammonia and a solar thermal plant in California. Traditional solar and wind remain off the table,...

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