Woodside Pulls Plug on US Gulf 'Wildling' Project

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Woodside Energy has pulled the plug on plans to develop the Wildling field in the US Gulf of Mexico after an appraisal well unexpectedly failed to find commercial volumes of hydrocarbons at the 2017 deepwater discovery.

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