LogIn LogOut

Coleman Expects to Stay Woodside CEO for a Few More Years

June 23, 2020

Woodside CEO Peter Coleman (File photo: Woodside)
Woodside CEO Peter Coleman (File photo: Woodside)

Woodside Petroleum Chief Executive Peter Coleman expects to remain in the top job for around two or three more years, with the company grappling with a review of its project timeline and possible acquisitions, he said on Tuesday.

While the company weighs acquisitions, Coleman said: "There is some value in having someone around who's been through some good deals and some not so good deals."

"If I'm sitting here in five years' time, it'll probably be too long," Coleman said at Credit Suisse's annual Australian energy conference.

Coleman has been CEO since May 2011.

(Reporting by Sonali Paul; Editing by Kim Coghill)



Current News

Germany's RWE Widens Global Search for LNG Supplies

Germany's RWE Widens Global Search for LNG Supplies

INPEX Files $970M Claim Against DSME for Ichthys Venturer FPSO Work

INPEX Files $970M Claim Against DSME for Ichthys Venturer FPSO Work

Velesto Upgrades Two Jack-Up Rigs

Velesto Upgrades Two Jack-Up Rigs

Petrobras Awards $130M Charter Extension for Sapura Esmeralda PLSV

Petrobras Awards $130M Charter Extension for Sapura Esmeralda PLSV

Vietnam Needs $8B -$14B Power Investment a Year Through 2030 - minister

Vietnam Needs $8B -$14B Power Investment a Year Through 2030 - minister

Emergency Response Plans: Strohm's TCP Flowlines for Woodside's Scarborough Offshore Gas Field

Emergency Response Plans: Strohm's TCP Flowlines for Woodside's Scarborough Offshore Gas Field

MODEC, Toyo to Form Engineering JV for Large-Scale FPSOs

MODEC, Toyo to Form Engineering JV for Large-Scale FPSOs
photo

Subscribe for AOG Digital E‑News

AOG Digital E-News is the subsea industry's largest circulation and most authoritative ENews Service, delivered to your Email three times per week

https://accounts.newwavemedia.com