Costs up for Sangomar but revenue and production sound for Woodside 

WOODSIDE Petroleum has delivered its first quarterly report under new, acting CEO Meg O’Neill a day after she reportedly opened the rarefied top floors of her company’s Mia Yellagonga to the lower ranks. 

Costs up for Sangomar but revenue and production sound for Woodside  Costs up for Sangomar but revenue and production sound for Woodside  Costs up for Sangomar but revenue and production sound for Woodside  Costs up for Sangomar but revenue and production sound for Woodside  Costs up for Sangomar but revenue and production sound for Woodside 

"We will be opening up access to the top floors of Yellagonga so you can come up and see us,"O'Neill said in an internal memo on Tuesday, as reported by The Australian.