WOPEF - Woodside Energy Group Ltd

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+0.90 (+4.02%)
At close: 12:13PM EDT
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Previous close22.40
BidN/A x N/A
AskN/A x N/A
Day's range23.16 - 23.65
52-week range19.24 - 27.05
Avg. volume7,069
Market cap44.682B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.87
PE ratio (TTM)5.47
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield2.48 (10.97%)
Ex-dividend date08 Mar 2023
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters SG

    UPDATE 1-Woodside Energy ties up with Keppel Data Centres for liquid hydrogen supply

    Australia's Woodside Energy Ltd signed an agreement with Keppel Corporation on Tuesday for the potential supply of liquid hydrogen to its data centres in Singapore, bolstering the city-state's renewable energy transition efforts. The initial agreement entails potential purchases of about 1,000 tonnes per day of liquid hydrogen by Keppel Data Centres as early as 2030, including supply from Woodside's proposed H2Perth facility in Perth. The agreement further envisages the usage of hydrogen to power Kepple's data centre facilities including its planned Datapark+, potentially reducing emissions generated by data centres, the companies said in a joint press release.

  • Reuters

    Woodside Energy cash flow outlook sparks concern about future payouts vs growth

    MELBOURNE (Reuters) -Woodside Energy Group Ltd, Australia's top independent gas producer, flagged on Thursday a drop in free cash flow over the next few years, which raised alarm among analysts about future dividend payouts. Woodside's shares fell 1.8% after its annual investor briefing in a broader market that was up 0.9%, even after Chief Executive Officer Meg O'Neill said the company was committed to paying out at least 50% of net profit after tax. Analysts are forecasting a payout of around $4 billion a year over the next few years, which Barrenjoey analyst Dale Koenders said would use up free cash flow and potentially leave no room for growth projects like the Trion oil project off Mexico, estimated to cost between $6 billion and $8 billion.

  • Reuters SG

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