Woodside acknowledges Indigenous people's connections to land, water and community. We pay our respects to ancestors and elders - past, present and emerging. We recognise the many contributions Indigenous people make to our business, as community members and employees.
More than a Career, an Adventure
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2016 - 2020 Reconciliation Action Plan
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Museum and music
Supporting Western Australia’s stunning new museum and a collaboration between two orchestras are two ways the business is promoting learning and the arts in the community.
Woodside engineers engaged with Western Australian Indigenous secondary students in October to help inspire our next generation of engineers.
A consortium that includes Woodside has rolled out its first hydrogen refuelling stations for vehicles in Korea.
Cores for celebration
Woodside has taken an industry-leading leap forward by slashing the time taken to deliver seismic data to the desktop from weeks to hours.
A massive water handling unit designed to manage “wet” gas has been safely delivered in the middle of a November night to Pluto Platform, off the coast of Western Australia.
Change is a constant in our business and the Project Agility team has been working on ways to ensure we don’t merely adapt to change but thrive on it.
Smiles of success
A tree-planting initiative took out the grand prize at the Woodside Awards while the company’s response to COVID-19 received special recognition from the CEO.
An initiative devised to acknowledge our health, safety and environment (HSE) successes illustrates the many engaging ways Woodsiders are showing HSE leadership.
Living in style
Bay Village in Karratha has officially opened, with input to the design of the new accommodation facility from a number of stakeholders including the City of Karratha.
Triumph over adversity
Woodside has delivered outstanding production and safety results in the first half of 2020 despite challenges that included COVID-19, oil price volatility and Tropical Cyclone Damien.
To raise awareness of homelessness in Western Australia, Woodsiders took part in a range of activities including donating foodstuffs, preparing meals and a sleepout.
Adverse ocean conditions can delay the loading of LNG carriers, but Woodside has eased the impact – and cut emissions – by challenging the normal way of doing business.
How to maintain business continuity during a pandemic or adverse weather event was the challenge for a small Woodside team – in the middle of a pandemic. New work practices helped them succeed.
Trees are green
With Greening Australia, Woodside has begun an ambitious tree-planting program which aims to improve biodiversity, create carbon offsets and diversify land-sector revenues.
The Woodside-sponsored FutureLab at Melbourne’s Monash University is supporting an innovative project to use recreational snorkel masks to help minimise the spread of the deadly coronavirus.
In place of coffee catch-ups and sundowners, Woodside’s first-year graduates have employed video technology to stay connected with their mentors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pluto LNG plant delivered a record-breaking production performance in Q1 2020, eclipsing the previous year’s record with a 2.6% increase in production.
Lowering lifeboat risks
Teamwork across functions, with vendors and with partner OceanWorks has led to a new method of testing the Pluto platform’s lifeboat which reduces safety risks.
With a 30-plus year record of exporting LNG to Japan, Woodside has a proud history of supplying the country’s energy needs.
Two Indigenous Woodsiders are simultaneously expanding the company’s pool of managerial talent and widening their career options by studying full-time for an MBA.
Dads’ home work
Woodside supports men and women balancing their careers and caregiving, and four male employees describe their experience taking primary carers’ leave to look after children.
COVID-19 has created unprecedented challenges for Woodside - challenges Woodside has risen to, in a response effort like none other.
Woodsider Ryan Cobb has become Australia’s first Indigenous master mariner by completing his final qualifications at the end of 2019.
The Digital Academy has been established at Woodside to provide the digital skills which will enable the workforce to “drive their learning”.
Protecting pregnant workers
Woodside is now able to provide fire-retardant off-the-shelf personal protective equipment (PPE) to its pregnant employees.
Producer to processor
The Woodside-operated North West Shelf (NWS) Project has been the powerhouse of Australia’s oil and gas industry with a track record of reliable production and delivery since 1984.
Senegal step forward
Woodside took another major step in January 2020, taking final investment decision (FID) for the historic Sangomar Field Development Phase 1 and paving the way for targeted first oil in 2023.
Woodside’s ambition to become a pioneer in the bulk delivery of lower carbon energy is set for a boost with one of the world’s most efficient and innovative teaching facilities opening for business in Melbourne.
Meet a Robotics Laboratory Manager
Delene manages our Karda robotics lab in Perth. In this team, an enquiring mind coupled with a willingness to tackle new challenges can take you far.
Good clean BESS
Good for the environment, good for the balance sheet.
The exciting announcement in Q4 of a massive upgrade in the Scarborough field’s potential resources is the result of years of dedicated research and teamwork.
The era of seismic survey data being stored on magnetic tapes has ended at Woodside with the last of more than 100,000 magnetic tapes digitised and safely dispatched to the cloud.
Woodside signed new agreements in Q4 with two leading Indigenous organisations based in the Pilbara.
Two entries shared top prize in the 2019 Woodside Awards after our Chairman Richard Goyder declared he was unable to separate them.
Myanmar moves ahead
Woodside’s proposed deep-water gas development in Myanmar took an important step forward in December with the signing of important fiscal agreements.
Beach safety boost
Keeping the tradition safe.
The Karratha Gas Plant has cut its so-called “fugitive” hydrocarbon emissions after a successful program to lower pressure levels in the production cycle.
Great result for Greater Enfield
Twelve development wells for the Greater Enfield Project have been successfully completed – ahead of schedule, under budget and with no health, safety and environment recordable incidents.
A challenging scope that included the removal of more than 100 cubic metres of hardened foam from a tight space underwater has been safely completed on the Okha facility.
A ground-breaking four-month seismic survey marks Woodside’s first major field activity as operator of our offshore joint venture in Senegal.
Woodside has devised a fun board game with a serious aim – to promote the cause of ensuring maintenance tasks are conducted in compliance with regulations.
Sharing services delivers
Woodside has signed an innovative agreement with other resources companies to share helicopter services in Western Australia, delivering significant benefits.
To strengthen safety culture across the business, more than 100 Woodside volunteers will provide two-way feedback on health, safety and environment messages via a Global 4W Network.
Basis for Browse
Basis of Design, a safe and cost-effective framework for detailed design decisions, has been approved for the Browse to North West Shelf Project.
Walking to work
Use of a W2W vessel linking workers to an offshore platform during a major maintenance turnaround has reduced the spend, risk and duration of the campaign.
In the EZONE
Woodside leaders have viewed progress on a new EZONE Student Hub, a facility for mathematical sciences and engineering, in which the company was a foundation partner.
Backing Senegal Business
Woodside has taken the lead in an online procurement initiative aimed at maximising local content for our SNE Field Development in Senegal.
Woodside has lent its support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart, a declaration which provides an Indigenous consensus on Indigenous constitutional recognition.
The strong bonds developed between the North West Shelf Project and its customers were celebrated in Tokyo in May at an event marking 30 years of gas exports to Japan.
Hub of activity
Our Burrup Hub concept has been likened to an alignment of the stars, opening up opportunities that fuel Woodside’s growth and energise Karratha.
Attracting top talent
Employing the best talent is a priority to Woodside becoming a global leader in downstream oil and gas.
Woodside’s quest for a safer, more sustainable way to handle mercury waste has led to Karratha becoming home to the largest recycling plant of its kind in the southern hemisphere.
Playing it cool
A theory about adjusting temperature differentials in the production process at the Karratha Gas Plant has become a value-adding reality.
Climate change challenge
As a leading Australian energy producer, Woodside is committed to being part of the transition to a lower carbon economy.
Rich history behind new office
A sense of history pervades Woodside’s new office in Roebourne – and perhaps also the faint aroma of coffee beans and freshly baked bread.
Senegal’s first-ever offshore oil development is taking shape as Woodside works with key stakeholders to maintain momentum for this exciting prospect.
Woodside endeavours to ensure its footprint is minimised wherever it operates and our 2018 Sustainability Development report details how.
Building on the art connection
The State Theatre of WA in Perth is a long way from home for signature artist Joylene Warrie, but that is where her signature piece Python Pool hung in this year’s Ngurra Nyingu Art Exhibition.
Our Spectrum community has received national recognition, winning the new LGBTI Employee Network award for its efforts to support inclusion and diversity.
Stepping out with Pride
Spectrum, Woodside’s group for LGBTI+ colleagues and allies, took to the streets with a 60-strong troupe dancing under the company’s banner in Perth’s largest ever Pride Parade.
Get SMART on the frontline
Mobility-enabled SMART (Simplified Maintenance and Reliability Tools) apps are being used to enable new ways of working at the “frontline” of our business.
Scene set for turnaround success
Four major turnarounds were successfully completed at three assets in 2018, with outstanding teamwork helping to ensure no recordable incidents in 300,000 hours worked.
GWF-2 puts foot on the gas
First gas from the Greater Western Flank-2 project was achieved in October, six months ahead of schedule and US$630 million under the original budget.
Fond farewell for 'exceptional' Nganhurra
The floating production storage and offloading facility Nganhurra has disconnected from the Enfield oil field after 13 years, with exceptional records for safety and productivity.
Mia Yellagonga, Woodside's new home
Woodside’s move to Mia Yellagonga means not only a new physical space but a new way of working.
Hats off to Watson
Woodside was rewarded for process safety best practice with two Institute of Chemical Engineers’ awards for a tool developed with IBM called Watson for HSEQ.
Building knowledge in Senegal
Woodside and government officials in Senegal develop broader understanding of the oil and gas industry
Putting safety first
Woodside and contractors undertake rescue programs for offshore facilities
Speeding up Scarborough
Quick action by Woodside’s geotechnical operations (GTO) and Contracting and Procurement (C&P) teams has resulted in accelerated provision of essential geophysical survey data to the Scarborough Development.
Driving new markets
The world’s future lies in clean energy and Woodside intends to be at the vanguard of its supply through hydrogen. The Hydrogen Council forecasts the hydrogen market currently worth $120 billion annually could expand seven-fold by 2050.
Making our move
A new way of working for new times. That’s the promise held out by Mia Yellagonga, Woodside’s new Perth Headquarters
Producing the limit
Our operations target is clear: 100 MMboe (million barrels of oil equivalent) in 2020.
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