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Woodside Energy Group Ltd LSE:WDS London Ordinary Share AU0000224040 ORD NPV (DI)
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  -14.00 -0.75% 1,851.00 139,122 16:35:00
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1,849.00 1,853.00 1,889.00 1,816.00 1,830.00
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17:26:03 O 4,841 1,846.168 GBX

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Posted at 30/9/2022 09:20 by Woodside Energy Daily Update
Woodside Energy Group Ltd is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WDS. The last closing price for Woodside Energy was 1,865p.
Woodside Energy Group Ltd has a 4 week average price of 1,785p and a 12 week average price of 1,655p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,166p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,655p.
There are currently 0 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 410,113 shares. The market capitalisation of Woodside Energy Group Ltd is £0.
Posted at 31/8/2022 01:43 by kiwi2007
Recommendation impact (last updated: 30/08/2022) MorningStar -- Event analysis Woodside's First-Half 2022 Shines With Better Still to Come We make no change to our AUD 43.00 fair value estimate for no-moat Woodside. The global top-10 independent hydrocarbon producer reported a better-than-expected 414% increase in underlying first-half 2022 net profit after tax to USD 1.82 billion, 13% ahead our USD 1.62 billion forecast. Woodside also paid its largest interim dividend since 2014, up 271% to AUD 1.52 per share, a shade below our AUD 1.54 forecast, equivalent to a healthy annualised 8.5% fully franked yield at the current share price. However, we read no implication for our midcycle estimates. Profit outperformance against our expectation reflects a lower-than-expected interest rate and lower net debt balances on which that rate was calculated. Lower net debt levels reflect strong cash conversion, cash balances transferred from BHP Petroleum, and net asset sale proceeds. The interest rate was 1% versus 2.8% in the PCP, while Woodside received a completion payment of USD 1.08 billion for the BHP Petroleum merger and an additional capital contribution from Global Infrastructure Partners for Pluto Train 2. Despite this, our 2022 EPS forecast drops slightly by 5% to AUD 5.33 after we increase operating cost expectations given inflationary conditions in the industry currently. Woodside guided for 2022 production of 145-153 mmboe and we're at the extreme upper bound, confident all stops will be pulled out to maximise production for a ravenous market. Our 2023 EPS forecast rises 9% to AUD 5.42 given rises in Brent crude and Japan Korea Marker LNG futures since our last research report. The JKM recently hit an eye-watering USD 70/million Btu, a far cry from sub-USD 2.00/mmBtu lows during 2020's pandemic nadir. Our 2022 DPS forecast decreases 4% to AUD 4.00, but our 2023 forecast increases 9% to AUD 4.33, mirroring EPS moves. These equate to fully franked yields of 11.2% and 12.1% respectively at the current share price. But much will depend on the trajectory of energy prices, which will likely be volatile.
Posted at 01/8/2022 10:20 by anhar
Aus "franking" is of no use to UK holders. We are taxed on the cash received as a foreign dividend with no credit for the franked amount, meaning we have to pay tax at our top rate on that cash divi. This treatment is in contrast to those foreign divis where tax is actually deducted from the payment. In that case we are taxed on the grossed up figure with credit given for the foreign tax deduction, but only up to the person's UK top tax rate. None of this applies to shares held in ISAs as no dividends there attract any UK tax. So as you say, the true yield to UK taxpayers is the net cash divi divided by the share price, not the grossed up franked figure.
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. hxxps://www.fool.com.au/2022/06/24/is-the-woodside-share-price-a-buy-for-its-13-dividend-yield/ *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..
Posted at 25/7/2022 03:47 by kiwi2007
No-Moat Woodside's Second-Quarter 2022 Sizzles. We Increase our FVE to AUD 43. We increase our fair value estimate for no-moat Woodside by 8% to AUD 43. Key is a sharp decline in the AUD/USD exchange rate to 0.69, versus circa 0.72 levels at the time of our last note. But a very strong second-quarter 2022 operating performance also contributes. The now global top-10 independent hydrocarbon producer reported a 60% increase in second-quarter production to 33.8 million barrels of oil equivalent, or mmboe. This was a strong result considering only one month's contribution from the newly merged BHP Petroleum assets. On a like-for-like basis versus the first quarter of 2022, Pluto production increased 32% courtesy of the Interconnector (see below) and Enfield Area production increased 63% bouncing back after a period of maintenance. Wheatstone was a small detraction given Woodside's minority 13% equity position, production down 35% during a turnaround. Similarly on a like-for-like basis, exclusively former BHP Petroleum asset performance included a 57% production increase from Bass Strait, and a 3% increase from northern hemisphere assets. An offshore Bass Strait fuel gas pipeline was redirected in June 2022 to increase production capacity enabling Woodside to supply additional gas into the eastern Australian domestic gas market. Also impressive, average pricing on a like-for-like basis increased materially. Pluto price achievement rose 20% and the condensate price jumped 17%. Accelerated Pluto gas transported through the Pluto-Karratha Gas Plant Interconnector resulted in additional LNG production and sales of uncontracted cargoes into the high-priced LNG market. We increase our 2022 and 2023 EPS forecasts by 2% and 6% to AUD 5.29 and AUD 4.98. The stronger 2023 rise factors stronger futures for Brent crude and the Japan Korea Marker. We exclude as exceptional items from 2022 EPS AUD 200 million noncash derecognition of provision for Corpus Christi and AUD 420 million in BHP Petroleum merger costs, totalling around AUD 0.60 per share pretax. 1 GBP = 1.73682 AUD (Was just over $2 to the GBP only 2 years ago) Forecast yield 13.7% (2022) and 12.6% (2023) fully franked for the lucky Aussies. MorningStar...
Posted at 16/6/2022 11:17 by pherrom
blueliner - I am also with HSBC ID. I had the same letter but messaged them with the fact that WDS were trading on LSE. Their reply: "I apologise for the confusion, we have been told the information we received towards the end of May is now null and void. We are awaiting a further update from BHP as to what stock we are due to receive and if it is going to indeed listed on the LSE, as you have mentioned." And I sold my in specie shares through them on 8th June. I am not surprised, as I find them incompetent, but it would be expensive to transfer out at £15 per holding.
Posted at 12/6/2022 14:39 by garycook
HL,Gave me a value of £3,458.58 on 204 shares.So giving SIV of 1695.38p per WDS share.
Posted at 10/6/2022 10:10 by anhar
This is interesting: https://www.investegate.co.uk/bhp-group-limited--bhp-/rns/merger-dividend/202206100700014140O/ It shows that the price achieved in sterling, for those who chose to sell their WDS shares as part of the official arrangement offered by the distribution, was £16.81 per share.
Posted at 10/6/2022 09:32 by anhar
I'm not criticising your good intentions Gateside but with three WDS boards, readers including me are likely confused. We need only one WDS board imo and that can feature the data you mention at the top and postings including news, opinions etc. I'm making all further postings to your board as it contains the important info at the top so is the most useful.
Posted at 09/6/2022 10:00 by anhar
spawny100: Overweight in oil and gas? My portfolio is almost all O&G and commodities for the time being. Not interested in the likes of Shell and BP though. The likes of GKP, SAVE, I3E etc seem to offer far more potential to me right now. But I'll also retain my woodside shares for now too and see where they go. I run an income port on which I largely depend, so need as much safety as is possible with equities by the use of wide diversification. It would be far too risky for me to concentrate on just one or a very few sectors, or be excessively overweight in any. That's just my approach, I appreciate that other strategies will have different concerns. As I said, the WDS issue has made me overweight O&G and for the above reason I'm wary about being too heavy in any particular industry. Despite that, it looks good to me as a divi investor and it's not so overweight that I need to take a dump from any of what are now my three shares in the sector so I'm staying in for the time being. Incidentallly there are now, confusingly, three WDS threads. Surely just one is enough? Be good if someone could arrange that.
Posted at 03/6/2022 04:08 by garycook
NK104,The cost of your BHP shares by my calulations are around 330p a share less than cost.eg I will get 204 WDS shares x 1830p = £3,733 divided by 1,131 BHP shares = 330p.The WDS AU share price close today at 31.80 adjusted currency price GBP/AUD 1.733 equates to 1835p. WDS Dividend currently 135 US cents.So the GBP dividend around 107p.So yield atm 5.85% .WDS were up 5.2% yesterday in Oz.Also WDS started trading in the US last night closed at 23.15.GBP/USD 1.25785 equates to 1840p.I saw someone on the BHP thread quoting 1559p a share.I think this could be wrong by the AU and US currency conversions.Hope this helps.
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