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WDS Woodside Energy Group Ltd

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Woodside Energy Group Ltd WDS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 1,472.00 11:09:06
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,484.00 1,466.00 1,484.00 1,472.00
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Posted at 06/3/2024 19:27 by kiwi2007
Weakening oil and gas prices hit Woodside's profits, but it still turned around an 80% pay out ratio for dividends......

....Would you Buy, Hold or Sell the stock on the back of this result?
Rating: HOLD

The dividend yield is supporting the share price where it is.......
Posted at 28/2/2024 10:36 by anhar
Final 2023 divi US 60¢, xd 07 March pd 04 April (2022 144¢)

2023 total 140¢ (2022 253¢)

So a cut of 44.7% on the back of net profits down 74%.

As purely an income investor this is disappointing but I'll continue to hold as my strategy is to retain very long term unless a share goes seriously wrong. Like most here I expect, I acquired my WDS shares from the BHP demerger.
Posted at 07/12/2023 07:51 by garycook
Thursday, 7 December 2023
In response to recent media speculation, Woodside confirms it is in discussions regarding a potential
merger with Santos Ltd.
Discussions remain confidential and incomplete, and there is no certainty that the discussions will
lead to a transaction.
As a global energy company, Woodside continuously assesses a range of opportunities to create and
deliver value for shareholders.
Woodside will continue to update the market in accordance with its continuous disclosure obligations.
Posted at 16/11/2023 13:58 by garycook
Me also. Hold BP,DEC,SHEL,and WDS.
Posted at 16/11/2023 12:44 by anhar
That's interesting Gary, that they took the trouble to give such a detailed response.

I continue to hold my WDS allocation that I received from the BHP distribution. It does make me a little overweight in oil and gas as I also hold BP. and SHEL which have been in my income port for many years. Despite that I have no intention at present of selling any of my WDS shares.
Posted at 16/11/2023 00:47 by garycook
Investor Relations


Wed, 15 Nov at 11:30

Hi Gary,

Thanks for your email. On slide 25 (Investor Briefing Day 2023 presentation), pricing between this year and last year’s free cash flow has changed. Last year, one scenario was shown which was based on the Brent oil forward price curve (as at 16 November 2022) of $89/bbl in 2023, $82/bbl in 2024, $77/bbl in 2025, $75/bbl in 2026 followed by a long term $70/bbl (real terms 2022) from 2027. On slide 25 of this year’s presentation, three price scenarios (US$50, $70 and $90) were shown. The $70 scenario, from 2024 was based on a US$70/bbl Brent long-term oil price (2022 real terms) with a long term inflation rate of 2.0%.

In addition to the pricing changes, the free cash flow in this year’s Investor Briefing Day presentation included Trion capital expenditure, following the final investment decision in June 2023 and the update to cost and schedule for Sangomar which was announced in July.

In relation to slide 26, Woodside’s dividend policy is to pay a minimum of 50% of net profit after tax (NPAT) excluding non-recurring items, with a target payout ratio of between 50% and 80%. The intent of slide 26 is to demonstrate Woodside’s cash generation at a US$50 and US$70 scenario and highlight that in the light blue shading area, there is capacity available for additional investment, financing or returns to shareholders.

Kind regards

Investor Relations

Woodside Energy

Mia Yellagonga

Karlak, 11 Mount Street

Perth WA 6000


Posted at 13/11/2023 11:29 by garycook
Kiwi2007. I have sent your Post on a possible 3% dividend to WDS HR.If I get a reply I will post it.
Posted at 13/11/2023 09:22 by kiwi2007
Worth looking at the analysts questions on the investor briefing:

"When we look at the free cash flow profile on
slide 25 relative to what was presented 12 months ago, 12 months ago you were forecasting US$4 billion of
free cash flow in 2024, and it now looks more like break even and when we look at that terminal free cash
flow level, now at around US$5 billion per annum out in 2027-28 versus more like US$7 billion 12 months
ago, it looks like that free cash flow profile has stepped down materially. On my numbers, it's around $7
billion lower free cash flow over the next four years. " ?????


"Just a quick
question if I can on slide 26, the sources and uses of cash. We can squabble about over the shading, but to
make the maths easy, let’s say that underlying dividend at 80% payout ratio there’s about, it looks like,
US$6.5 billion over that five-year period. That equals US$1.3 billion a year. That’s a 3% dividend yield. I
guess when we compare that to the slide you put on page 76 looking back at the prospective 12-month
dividend, you’re up near the top, but 73% is down near the bottom. As a Board, do you think that at $70 oil
paying a 3% dividend is competitive enough"


Doesn't fill me with enthusiasm.
Posted at 27/2/2023 13:33 by nk104
Dividend announcement:

As announced as part of its full year results published today, the Directors of Woodside Energy Group Ltd ("Woodside" or the "Company") have determined a final dividend of US 144 cents per share, bringing the full-year fully franked dividend to US 253 cents per share.

The dividend is expected to be paid on 5 April 2023 to shareholders on the register at 5.00pm AWST on 9 March 2023.

Woodside dividends are determined and declared in US dollars. However, shareholders will receive their dividend in Australian dollars unless their registered address is in the United Kingdom (in which case they will receive their dividend in British pounds), in the United States of America (in which case they will receive their dividend in US dollars) or in New Zealand (in which case they will receive their dividend in NZ dollars).

Now unless my maths has gone completely to pot, a 144 U.S. cents dividend at an approximate rate of £1:$1.2 means approximately 120p per share!
Posted at 01/8/2022 05:08 by kiwi2007
Is the Woodside share price a buy for its 13% dividend yield?

*Dividend expectations

The broker Ord Minnett thinks that at the current Woodside share price, it’s going to pay a grossed-up dividend yield of 13.6% in FY22 and then 8.6% in FY23.

Macquarie believes that Woodside could provide a grossed-up dividend yield of 15.3% in FY22 and 8.1% in FY23.

One of the biggest estimates of all comes from Morgan Stanley – it’s predicting that Woodside will pay a grossed-up dividend yield of 18% in FY22 and 16.4% in FY22.

By most accounts, those yields are big.


*These estimates assume they'll be fully franked and franking is only of value to tax payers in Aus and NZ I believe. Maybe UK and US holders get some other benefit frpm the franlking?
Anyway, to get the actually cash dividend divide by 100 and multiply by 70 for fully franked shares on the ASX or NZX..

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