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WPL, WOODSIDE PETROLEUM LIMITED
apache123
post Posted: Sep 26 2014, 03:01 PM
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Tidbits about the Hannover-South-1 wildcat currently being drilled at WA-466-P
(derisked by the Phoenix-South-1 oil discovery closer to shore).

"Woodside and Shell went into the campaign with the aim of finding multi-TCF gas fields, but now it looks like they also have a very good prospect of finding oil."

https://tenbagsfull.com.au/cvn/post/2014/8/...-oil-play/15239


Hannover-South-1 will be followed by two other Outer Canning Basin wildcats Steel-Dragon/Detmold-1 (WA-464-P) and Anhalt-1 (WA-462-P)

http://www.nopsema.gov.au/assets/epsummaries/A356439.pdf


"All three wells are targeting multi-trillion cubic feet gas prospects in untested Triassic reservoirs "

http://www.youroilandgasnews.com/news_item.php?newsID=100341

(Note this was before the Phoenix-South-1 oil discovery)



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apache123
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Falling $A will benefit WPL's bottom line

The link below (yes its dated 2013) tables what happens to the bottom line for AUD95 and AUD90.

http://www.macrobusiness.com.au/2013/05/wh...tralian-dollar/




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apache123
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Some Street Talk about a result at Hanover South this month rather than extending into next quarter.

Seems to be a high risk play so not much detail released by WPL.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/m...23e308061d96c58





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In Reply To: balance's post @ Aug 20 2014, 12:46 PM

Another fat div,

Shell can take advantage and sell into a bookbuild on the stronger price...seems like win-win.



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In Reply To: wolverine's post @ Aug 1 2014, 04:12 PM

I hope I'm included.. rolleyes.gif

Record 1.1 billion first half result and a 111c/share (USD) divvie.They'll be puking cash for a while yet I reckon. Debt way down and with the Shell thing buried for now we could expect some more cream.



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We also take this opportunity to encourage other companies to distribute franking credits TO WOLVERINE AND FRIENDS before the company rate is expected to fall to 28.5% from July 1, where it is financially desirable (for us) to do so,...


yeah I read (and edited) the whole thing



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to my New Best Friend
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We also take this opportunity to encourage other companies to distribute franking credits TO WOLVERINE AND FRIENDS before the company rate is expected to fall to 28.5% from July 1, where it is financially responsible to do so,...

you must read the full item!!



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We also take this opportunity to encourage other companies to distribute franking credits TO WOLVERINE AND FRIENDS before the company rate is expected to fall to 28.5% from July 1, where it is financially responsible to do so, either by increased dividends, a special dividend, or via off-market buy-backs on an open access basis.


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We congratulate Woodside shareholders for voting down the selective buy-back special resolution. We believe this represents a confirmation of the fundamental principle of treating all shareholders equally, and avoids setting a dangerous precedent. We believe this is a partial victory for Australian superannuation funds, particularly pension phase superannuation, charities and other low tax Australian investors. For these investors, they would have received more value from the $1B in franking credits that the selective buy-back would have otherwise provided to Shell, a large foreign multinational. We think this is only a partial victory at this stage, because we believe the best result for shareholders will be if an open-access buy-back of a similar nature is offered by Woodside to all shareholders, and we strongly encourage Woodside to propose such an open market buy-back.

We also believe this result vindicates our approach to funds management, whereby one should always consider transactions and investment performance on an after tax basis. We believe many market participants, including company management, do not fully appreciate the value of franking credits.

We also take this opportunity to encourage other companies to distribute franking credits before the company rate is expected to fall to 28.5% from July 1, where it is financially responsible to do so, either by increased dividends, a special dividend, or via off-market buy-backs on an open access basis.

Plato Australian Shares Income Fund



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In Reply To: balance's post @ Jul 31 2014, 09:29 PM

Another bookbuild would clear some of the overhang.



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