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Passing the social licence test

Challenging economic conditions may have led many in Western Australia’s corporate sector to wind back the scale of their charitable activities, but not Woodside Petroleum.

The oil and gas producer has more than doubled the dollar value of its social contribution during the past five years, in recognition of the ongoing responsibility it has to earn its ‘social licence to operate’.

Six years ago Woodside contributed $7.7 million to the community; in 2016 it invested $15.7 million.

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Share Price

Closing price for the last 90 trading days
Source: Morningstar

BN30 Index

Index = 100 as of 4 Jan 2016
Source: Morningstar

Total Shareholder Return as at 31/10/17

1 year TSR5 year TSR
167thMineral Resources57%20%
218thSouth3237%0%
242ndAtlas Iron31%-58%
345thWoodside Petroleum13%3%
473rdFortescue Metals Group-9%7%
726 WA (and selected non WA) listed companies ranked by 1 year TSR relative to other companies with similar revenue
Source: Morningstar

Share Transactions

31/10/17
$7k Bought
31/10/17
$7k Bought
31/10/17
$6k Bought
Total value as at the date of the transaction
Source: Morningstar

Revenue

1st-Fortescue Metals Group$10,999.7m
2nd↑South32$9,392.9m
3rd-Woodside Petroleum$5,715.9m
4th-Mineral Resources$1,470.4m
5th↑Atlas Iron$896.6m
491 listed resources companies ranked by revenue.
Source: Morningstar

Remuneration from Woodside Petroleum

1stPeter Coleman$7.555m
19thMike Utsler$1.986m
23rdRobert Edwardes$1.668m
Ranked by total remuneration from all listed WA companies

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