OPEC blowback

The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries may not be dead, but it is on life support – a status that contains a mixed message for Western Australia, as part of the state’s economy will benefit from potentially lower fuel prices while another part will likely be damaged.


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Poor choice of words after today's tragic news.

Yes, we agree that's why we have changed the headline

Hubbert Peak Theory - we should be running out of energy by now. Back in the 1970's we were mainly focused on oil in a few known locations. Oil and Gas now comes from around the world. Technological advances have made Huberts Peak theory obsolete. The short-term oversupply and lower prices will slow down the current rate of expansion in Oil and Gas production but should eventually lead to lowering costs across a range of areas boosting economic growth. Think of it as a major cut in interest rates

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1 year TSR5 year TSR
216thWoodside Petroleum35%5%
363rdMineral Resources6%12%
397thIluka Resources1%-1%
612thFortescue Metals Group-29%3%
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2nd↓Fortescue Metals Group$9,358.7m
3rd-Woodside Petroleum$5,050.0m
4th-Mineral Resources$1,706.7m
5th↑Iluka Resources$1,079.2m
507 listed resources companies ranked by revenue.
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Remuneration from Woodside Petroleum

1stPeter Coleman$7.555m
18thRobert Edwardes$1.668m
39th​Reinhardt Matisons$1.114m
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