Woodside Walks Tightrope as Investor Demands Diverge

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  • Woodside will have a hard job pleasing its post-merger investor base, which is split across three continents where the energy transition is moving at different paces.
  • The Australian company's gas-weighted portfolio is a major draw for investors keen on hydrocarbons with constant returns and lower emissions.
  • Even oil and gas-friendly investors expect Woodside to provide more detail on its transition strategy, although an advisory vote on its climate progress will not be held this year.

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