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Woodside Petroleum Q1 Revenue Up 4%

Woodside Petroleum Ltd. (WOPEF.PK,WOPEY.PK,WPL.AX) said that its revenue for the first-quarter increased 4% from last year due to higher realised prices. Despite disruption to operations from cyclone activity, cyclone preparedness ensured safety was
maintained and the impact on production was minimised, the company said.

Revenue for the quarter rose to US$1.22 billion from $1.17 billion in the previous year.

Quarterly production was 21.7 million barrels of oil equivalent or mmboe down from 22.2 mmboe in the previous year.

The company said that its annual general meeting will be held at 2.00pm (AWST) on Thursday, 2 May 2019.

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