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Woodside Petroleum Limited Analysis across The Oil and Gas Value Chain Product Image

Woodside Petroleum Limited Analysis across The Oil and Gas Value Chain

  • ID: 659445
  • October 2008
  • 104 pages
  • Global Markets Direct

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Woodside Petroleum Limited Analysis across The Oil and Gas Value Chain

Summary

Woodside Petroleum Limited Analysis across The Oil and Gas Value Chain is an essential source for data, analysis and strategic insight into Woodside Petroleum Limited. The report provides key information relating to oil and gas assets of the company and financial, SWOT and value chain analysis of the company. The report examines company’s business structure and operations, history and products, and provides an analysis of its key revenue lines. It inspects the company’s strategy, both in terms of its value chain positioning and strategic strengths and weaknesses.

Scope

- Provides historical production or capacity data on Woodside Petroleum Limited’s oil and gas assets across value chain.
- Analyses and forecasts output for major oil and gas assets to 2020.
- Reports oil and gas exploration assets for each country including operator and equity details for major oil and gas assets of Woodside Petroleum Limited
- Critical analysis of Woodside Petroleum Limited’ s strengths, weaknesses opportunities and threats and positioning on the value chain.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • BHP Billiton
  • Dana Petroleum plc
  • Hardman Resources Limited
  • Lundin Petroleum AB
  • Oil Search Limited
  • PT Pertamina (Persero)
  • MORE

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1.1 List of Tables 8
1.2 List of Figures 10
2 Company Snapshot 11
2.1 Key Information 11
2.2 Company Overview 11
2.3 Financial Performance 11
2.4 Industry Outlook - Production & Exploration 11
2.5 Industry Outlook - Pipelines 13
2.6 Industry Outlook - LNG Terminals 14
2.7 SWOT Snapshot 15
3 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Exploration and Production Summary 16
3.1 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Fields under development 16
3.2 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Active Exploration Blocks, by Country, 2000-2007 17
3.3 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Crude Oil Production, by Country 18
3.4 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Natural Gas Production, by Country 19
4 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production By Fields 20
4.1 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Crude Oil Production 20
4.1.1 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Crude Oil Production in Louisiana, By Fields 20
4.1.2 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Crude Oil Production in Algeria, By Fields 20
4.1.3 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Crude Oil Production in Australia, By Fields 21
4.1.4 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Crude Oil Production in GOM - Shallow Water, By Fields 22
4.1.5 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Crude Oil Production in GOM - Ultra Deep Water, By Fields 22
4.2 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Natural Gas Production 23
4.2.1 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Natural Gas Production in Louisiana, By Fields 23
4.2.2 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Natural Gas Production in Australia, By Fields 23
4.2.3 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Natural Gas Production in GOM - Shallow Water, By Fields 24
5 Woodside Petroleum Limited Pipeline operation 25
5.1 Pipeline Operation, Key Data 25
5.2 Pipeline operation, Overview 25
5.3 Pipeline operation, Australia 26
5.3.1 Pipeline operation, Australia, Natural Gas Pipelines 26
6 Woodside Petroleum Limited LNG Operation 27
6.1 LNG Operation, Overview 27
6.2 LNG Operation, Liquefaction 27
6.2.1 LNG Operation, Liquefaction, Liquefaction Capacity In Australia, 2000-2012 27
6.3 LNG Operation, Regasification 28
6.3.1 LNG Operation, Regasification Capacity in The United States, 2000- 2012 28
7 Business Description 29
7.1 Business Overview 29
7.2 Australian Business Unit 29
7.2.1 Overview 29
7.2.2 Production 30
7.2.3 Financials 31
7.2.4 Market View 31
7.2.5 Key Strategies 31
7.3 Middle East and Africa Business Unit 31
7.3.1 Overview 31
7.3.2 Production 32
7.3.3 Financials 32
7.3.4 Market View 32
7.4 North West Shelf Ventures 32
7.4.1 Overview 32
7.4.2 Production 33
7.4.3 Financials 34
7.4.4 Market View 34
7.4.5 Capital Investment 34
7.5 United States Business Unit 34
7.5.1 Overview 34
7.5.2 Production 35
7.5.3 Financials 35
7.5.4 Market View 35
7.5.5 Key Strategies 35
7.6 Major Products and Services 36
7.6.1 Overview 36
8 History 37
9 Business Strategy 42
9.1 Mission Statement 42
9.2 Strategy 42
9.3 Corporate Social Responsibility 43
9.3.1 Overview 43
9.3.2 Specific CSR Initiatives 43
10 Value Chain Analysis 45
10.1 Upstream 45
10.1.1 Overview 45
10.1.2 Financials, Production and Major Projects 46
10.2 Midstream 46
10.2.1 Overview 46
10.2.2 Financials, Production and Major Projects 46
11 SWOT Analysis 47
11.1 Overview 47
11.2 Woodside Petroleum Limited Strengths 47
11.2.1 Operator of Australia’s Largest Resource Base 47
11.2.2 Assured Sales 48
11.3 Woodside Petroleum Limited Weaknesses 48
11.3.1 Changes in Board and Management 48
11.3.2 Decreased Returns 48
11.4 Woodside Petroleum Limited Opportunities 48
11.4.1 Business Diversification 48
11.4.2 Growing demand for LNG in the Asia Pacific and Atlantic markets 49
11.5 Woodside Petroleum Limited Threats 49
11.5.1 Constant Threat of Cyclones 49
11.5.2 Strong Competition from Established Players 49
12 Competitors 50
13 Revenue Analysis 51
13.1 Revenue by Segment 51
13.2 Revenue by Geography 51
14 Financial and Operational Review 53
14.1 Financial Statements 53
14.2 Financial Ratios 54
15 Operational Indicators 55
16 Share Holding Structure 56
17 Key Employees 57
18 Key Employee Biographies 58
19 Company Statement 63
20 Locations And Subsidiaries 65
20.1 Head Office 65
20.2 Other Locations & Subsidiaries 66
21 Financial Deals Landscape 68
21.1 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Deals Volume Summary, 2004 to YTD 2008 68
21.2 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Deals Summary By Region, 2004 to YTD 2008 69
21.3 Woodside Petroleum Limited, Deals Summary, 2004 to YTD 2008 70
21.4 Woodside Petroleum Limited Detailed Deal Summary 71
21.4.1 Asset Purchase 71
21.4.2 Acquisition 78
22 Recent Developments 79
22.1 Strategy and Business Expansion 79
22.1.1 Jul 31, 2008: Woodside Quits Constructing LNG Plant In Timor Sea 79
22.1.2 Jul 21, 2008: Woodside To Team Up With Apache On Gas Supply For Expansion Of Its Pluto LNG Project 80
22.1.3 May 06, 2008: INPEX To Construct Floating LNG Plant In Timor Sea 81
22.2 Recent Discoveries 81
22.2.1 Jan 02, 2008: Repsol Discovers C1-NC210 Well In Libya 81
22.3 Drilling and Production Updates 82
22.3.1 Sep 01, 2008: Woodside Says North West Shelf Venture Produces First LNG From Train 5 Production Facility 82
22.3.2 Aug 28, 2008: Woodside Commences Production From Vincent Oil Project In Australia 85
22.3.3 Jul 06, 2008: BHP Billiton Commences Production From Neptune Development In Deepwater Gulf Of Mexico 85
22.3.4 May 28, 2008: Santos Fails To Find Oil In Adams-1 Well 86
22.4 Financial Announcements 87
22.4.1 Jul 17, 2008: Woodside Reports 2Q 2008 Results 87
22.5 Other Significant Developments 92
22.5.1 Aug 26, 2008: East Timor Still Working On Sunrise LNG Options With Woodside 92
22.5.2 Jun 30, 2008: Woodside Director Resigns, Appoints New Director 93
22.5.3 Jun 23, 2008: JBIC To Co-Finance $1.5 Billion For Woodsides Pluto LNG Terminal 93
22.5.4 Jun 18, 2008: Woodside Board Member To Retire 94
22.5.5 Jun 06, 2008: Minara Secures Nickel Plant Gas Supply From Woodside 94
22.5.6 May 26, 2008: Woodside To Invest $20 Million In South Korea Exploration 94
22.5.7 May 01, 2008: Woodside Says LNG Buyers Are Ready To Pay More 95
22.6 New Contracts Announcements 96
22.6.1 Sep 03, 2008: Paladio’s Subsidiary Receives $80 Million Contract From Woodside 96
22.6.2 Jul 10, 2008: Mustang Provides Concept Study For Sunrise Gas Development Project 97
22.6.3 Jun 20, 2008: Farstad Announces New Charter Agreements 97
22.6.4 May 30, 2008: SBM Wins New Turnkey FPSO Order From WEL 97
22.6.5 May 28, 2008: FMC Technologies And Woodside Energy Sign Five-Year Extension Agreement 98
22.6.6 May 21, 2008: Technip, Chiyoda, Fluor Joint Venture Awarded Two Contracts By Woodside 98
23 Appendix 100
23.1 Methodology 100
23.1.1 Coverage 100
23.1.2 Secondary Research 101
23.1.3 Primary Research 101
23.1.4 E&P Forecasts 102
23.1.5 Midstream Forecasts 103
23.1.6 Expert Panel Validation 104
23.2 Contact Us 104
23.3 About us104
23.4 Disclaimer 104

Executive Summary

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Woodside Petroleum Limited, Number of Exploration Blocks, by Country, 2000-2007 17
Figure 2: Woodside Petroleum Limited, Crude Oil Production (BBls), by Country, 2000-2007 18
Figure 3: Woodside Petroleum Limited, Natural Gas Production (MMcf), by Country, 2000-2007 19
Figure 4: Woodside Petroleum Limited, Value Chain Analysis 45
Figure 5: Woodside Petroleum Limited, Deals Summary by Volume Summary, 2004 to YTD 2008 68
Figure 6: Woodside Petroleum Limited, Deals Summary by Region, 2004 to YTD 2008 69
Figure 7: Global Markets Direct Methodology 100

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