Woodside Gears Up for New Gulf Wildcat After Dry Hole

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Woodside Energy has teamed up with Gulf of Mexico stalwarts Shell and Equinor on plans to drill a new deepwater prospect as the Australian independent looks to shake off a rocky start to its exploration activities in the region since taking over BHP’s petroleum portfolio.

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