Woodside assured shareholders will help merger with BHP’s petroleum arm By Reuters
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Woodside (OTC 🙂 Petroleum is confident that its shareholders will vote for the proposed merger with the petroleum arm of BHP Group (NYSE 🙂 in 2022, the chairman said on Wednesday.
“We have every confidence that our shareholders will support the merger,” said Meg O’Neill, Woodside CEO, to analysts at a strategy briefing.
Woodside plans to vote on the agreed $ 28 billion merger in the second quarter of 2022.
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