Jun 01, 2020

Australia's Woodside Petroleum In Play As A Takeover Target After Shell Makes Its Exit

It has been billed as an exit but the sell-down by Royal Dutch Shell of most of its stake in Australia's leading producer of liquefied natural gas, Woodside Petroleum, could easily become an entry for another oil major, and possibly a full-blown takeover bid for the lackluster Woodside. More than a [...]

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