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Woodside Sees Opportunity in BHP Americas Assets

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Australian independent Woodside sees significant running room in oil and natural gas assets in the Americas that it acquired in its deal for BHP’s petroleum portfolio, CEO Meg O’Neill tells Energy Intelligence.

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Corporate Strategy , Upstream Projects, Conventional Oil and Gas, Deepwater, Offshore Oil and Gas, Carbon Capture (CCS)
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