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WPL, WOODSIDE PETROLEUM LIMITED
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oops double up



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..but do they have a goat, chickens and sheep onboard hmmmm??



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488 metres is extraordinary. Compared to ~100ft Endeavour it is quite something.



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Handles like a dream B. biggrin.gif

Just read Rob Mundles "Cook" amazing to think they stacked 100 odd in such tiny Barks...but mind boggling to think how large ships can be a few hundred years later.



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I really want to see on of these monsters in real life. Destined for the NWS gas fields I believe.

"Prelude"



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The Spin Doctors gave the Apache asset purchases a mixed response whilst WPL mgmt still have the cheque book out for further "fire sales".


It will be very interesting to see what happens, if anything, to Apache's JV (Apache being the operator) with CVN and others, since this sort of amalgamation was always on the cards and WPL was the logical buyer given their existing assets on the NW Shelf, the question (as far as CVN is concerned) is: Do WPL require instant production or future production?



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The Spin Doctors gave the Apache asset purchases a mixed response whilst WPL mgmt still have the cheque book out for further "fire sales".

According to one Spin Doctor, the Apache assets were not at "fire sale" prices.

It was no surprise that the Browse FLNG project has been deferred given the current decline in the oil price.

I saw one figure where the oil price needed to be around $US70 for the Browse FLNG to break even.
I can't see the oil price reaching these figures for at least 12 months (except if one of the major OPEC suppliers has a serious prolonged infrastructure issue).

The game of "chicken" is still in play eg the shake out in the oil price is still in motion and no one wants to be the first big oil player to curtail their production first.
The oil price might need to go into "free fall" before oil production is curtailed by the big oil players.

http://www.smh.com.au/business/woodside-pe...216-128fu3.html



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WPL Apache

Yes, done!

https://au.news.yahoo.com/thewest/business/...eatstone-stake/


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Done deal???

WPL to acquire Apaches Wheatstone assets?

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/m...f-1227149874134



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WPL break even is $US37/bbl but expect a lower dividend should the oil price rout continue.

http://www.fnarena.com/index2.cfm?type=dsp...315DF64F27437AE



JP Morgan expects oil prices to recover by mid 2015

http://www.fnarena.com/index2.cfm?type=dsp...D9FA17B1292E95E





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