Australian LNG operator Woodside suffers revenue drop because of cyclone weather

Thursday, 20 April 2017

Woodside Petroleum, the largest Australian liquefied natural gas plant operator, posted a drop in overall sales revenue in the first quarter of almost 9 percent as cyclone weather hit production and LNG prices ranged from an average $5.50 million British thermal units at the North West Shelf plant to $8.70 per MMBtu at Pluto LNG.


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