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AWE - ASX code AWE

AWE Limited (AWE) - Australian Worldwide Exploration Limited - is an energy company focused on upstream oil and gas exploration and production.
The Company’s segments include South East Australia, Western Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Indonesia and Exploration Activities.
South East Australia includes production and sale of gas, condensate and Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) from the BassGas and Casino gas projects.
The Casino gas field project incorporates two development wells (Casino-4 and Casino-5), connected to an undersea gas pipeline. The pipeline was drilled underneath the shoreline west of Port Campbell to protect the sensitive coastal area.
Western Australia includes production and sale of crude oil, gas and condensate from the Cliff Head oil project and an oil and gas fields in the Perth Basin, onshore, Western Australia.
New Zealand includes production and sale of crude oil from the Tui Area oil project.
The United States includes production and sale of gas, LNG and condensate from the Sugarloaf AMI in Texas, USA.
Exploration Activities, includes exploration and evaluation activities within the production licenses and exploration permits held by AWE.
 

AWE
Level 16, 40 Mount Street
NORTH SYDNEY, NSW 2060
Australia
02-89128000 (Phone)
02-94600176 (Fax)
Bruce Frederick William Clement Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Ayten Saridas Chief Financial Officer
Dennis Washer Chief Operating Officer, General Manager - New Zealand
David Gaudoin Vice President - Exploration and Exploitation, Indonesia
Michael Drew Group General Counsel, General Manager - Commercial
Neville Francis Kelly CPA General Manager - Corporate, Company Secretary
Neil P. Tupper General Manager - Exploration and Geoscience
Bruce John Phillips Independent Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Raymond J. Betros Independent Non-Executive Director
Vijoleta Braach-Maksvytis Ph.D. Independent Non-Executive Director


According to Macroaxis, The company has return on total asset (ROA) of 1.71 % which means that it generated profit of $1.71 on every $100 spent on asset. This is way below average. Similarly, it shows return on equity (ROE) of 9.62 % meaning that it generated $9.62 on every $100 dollars invested by stockholders

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AWE.AX 5 year chart retrieved on 18 November 2013

2009 - BassGas Project Gross gas production from the BassGas project was severely impacted by a sub-surface valve failure on the Yolla-4 production well. As a result, production was temporarily limited to approximately 25% of capacity for a period and was subsequently shut-in for repair.
 

 

 

 

 

 

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