Young meets with Woodside Energy Group management

Stuart Young. File photo/Jeff Mayers
Stuart Young. File photo/Jeff Mayers

THE merger between BHP Petroleum and Woodside Energy Group Ltd brings opportunities for both companies to maximise benefits together, said head of international operations at Woodside TT Shiva McMahon.

In a media release on Tuesday, Energy Minister Stuart Young met with a team from Woodside TT for the first time after the merger on June 1.

McMahon was previously general manager of Australia production unit at BHP Petroleum.

Young said Woodside’s presence in TT was welcomed and expressed his willingness to continue relationships with the company.

Areas of discussion included future collaborations in oil, gas and new energy.

Acting permanent secretary at the energy ministry Sandra Fraser, Woodside TT country manager and Woodside TT corporate affairs manager Dr Carla Noel-Mendez Manager.

The US $28 billion merger by the Australian energy giants — Woodside Petroleum and the BHP Group —began in August 2021 and was finalised June 1.


"Young meets with Woodside Energy Group management"

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