Apache Corporation

Established in WA: 1992
Level 9, 100 St Georges Terrace, PERTH, 6000
08 6218 7100

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Notable People

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 Most Senior WA Executive.

NamePositionYear Started
Sinead Kennedy
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Past People

NamePositionYear StartedYear Ended
Janine McArdle Senior Vice President & Executive Officer, in US20022015
Craig Marshall Reservoir Engineering Manager20072015
Brad Peczka Senior Network Systems Analyst (since 2012) 20082015
Brett Darley Managing Director & Region VP, Australia (2014-2015); Director, Drilling & Completions (2012-2014)20122015
Tim Cooper Senior Accountant20092015
David Parker Director, Government & Public Affairs2015
Faron Thibodeaux Managing Director20132014
Sharon Payn Paralegal, Legal Assistant20102012
David King Senior Project Engineer20102011
Stuart Lake Director, International Exploration & New Ventures20052009
Loretta Rima Safety Inductions Administrator20082008
Eve Howell Regional Vice-President and Managing Director (Australia)20042006
Christopher Dargie Commercial & Contracts Engineer20002005
Ryan Weeks Contract / Construction Superintendent20042005
Tom Maher Managing Director0

M&A Deals

AnnouncedBidderTargetTransaction TypeTotal Value
29/10/15Yara InternationalApache CorporationAsset acquisition$543.0m>>
09/04/15Brookfield Macquarie ConsortiumApache CorporationAsset acquisition$2,500.0m>>
16/12/14Woodside PetroleumApache CorporationAsset acquisition$3,658.4m>>
13/02/12Apache CorporationTap OilAsset acquisition$9.3m>>
01/02/12Apache CorporationBurrup HoldingsAcquisition$439.0m>>


US-based Apache Corporation has been one of the most long-term oil and gas investor in Western Australia. However, in 2014 it moved to liquidate most of its local holdings.
In December 2014, Woodside Petroleum agreed to purchase Apache Corporation’s interests in the Wheatstone and Balnaves projects for $US2.82 billion ($A3.71 billion).
In April 2015, Macquarie Capital and Brookfield Asset Management agreed to buy Apache Corporation's Australian oil and gas operations for $US2.1 billion ($A2.7 billion), with the deal underpinned by a long-term gas sale agreement with Alcoa.
Among its remaining assets is a 49% stake in Yara Pilbara Holdings which owns the Burrup liquid ammonia plant.
Biography last updated 07 Jul 2015

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