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WA Today
ASX ends wild September flat33.4 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels a day had a profound effect
ASX ends wild September flat
WA Today / Posted 8 hours ago
33.4 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels a day had a profound effect on market sentiment and Woodside, Santos and Origin Energy were all trading strongly through the end of the week, pulling the sector up 4.5 per cent for the week, but... Read more
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The Age
ASX ends wild September flat33.4 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels a day had a profound effect
ASX ends wild September flat
The Age / Posted 9 hours ago
33.4 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels a day had a profound effect on market sentiment and Woodside, Santos and Origin Energy were all trading strongly through the end of the week, pulling the sector up 4.5 per cent for the week, but... Read more
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9h
Canberra Times
ASX ends wild September flat33.4 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels a day had a profound effect
ASX ends wild September flat
Canberra Times / Posted 9 hours ago
33.4 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels a day had a profound effect on market sentiment and Woodside, Santos and Origin Energy were all trading strongly through the end of the week, pulling the sector up 4.5 per cent for the week, but... Read more
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9h
Brisbane Times
ASX ends wild September flat33.4 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels a day had a profound effect
ASX ends wild September flat
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 hours ago
33.4 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels a day had a profound effect on market sentiment and Woodside, Santos and Origin Energy were all trading strongly through the end of the week, pulling the sector up 4.5 per cent for the week, but... Read more
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9h
Sydney Morning Herald
ASX ends wild September flat33.4 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels a day had a profound effect
ASX ends wild September flat
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
33.4 million barrels a day to 32.5 million barrels a day had a profound effect on market sentiment and Woodside, Santos and Origin Energy were all trading strongly through the end of the week, pulling the sector up 4.5 per cent for the week, but... Read more
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1d
TheBull
Energy shares lift Aust marketagreement to cut production since 2008. Santos shares jumped 28 cents or 8.2 p
Energy shares lift Aust market
TheBull / Posted yesterday
agreement to cut production since 2008. Santos shares jumped 28 cents or 8.2 per cent to $3.69, while Woodside Petroleum, Origin Energy and Oil Search were each up more than five per cent. The positive sentiment also buoyed shares in the... Read more
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1d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Great CSG sell off: Ever wanted to own a drill rig?mud shaker and mud mixing tank. Phone Russell Keast on 0448 110 123 or email r
Great CSG sell off: Ever wanted to own a drill rig?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
mud shaker and mud mixing tank. Phone Russell Keast on 0448 110 123 or email russell@hassalls.com.au to bid on the lots. Origin Energy APLNG is also selling off its water treatment assets through Hassalls. Eight lots are available to bid on with... Read more
2d
Brisbane Times
ASX largely flat, AGL does heavy liftingovernight. Australia's largest oil producer Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.7
ASX largely flat, AGL does heavy lifting
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
overnight. Australia's largest oil producer Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.7 per cent, Santos was down 3.1 per cent and Origin Energy 3.7 per cent. Three of the big four banks traded higher throughout the afternoon, which Commonwealth Bank of... Read more
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2d
WA Today
ASX largely flat, AGL does heavy liftingovernight. Australia's largest oil producer Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.7
ASX largely flat, AGL does heavy lifting
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
overnight. Australia's largest oil producer Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.7 per cent, Santos was down 3.1 per cent and Origin Energy 3.7 per cent. Three of the big four banks traded higher throughout the afternoon, which Commonwealth Bank of... Read more
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2d
The Age
ASX largely flat, AGL does heavy liftingovernight. Australia's largest oil producer Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.7
ASX largely flat, AGL does heavy lifting
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
overnight. Australia's largest oil producer Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.7 per cent, Santos was down 3.1 per cent and Origin Energy 3.7 per cent. Three of the big four banks traded higher throughout the afternoon, which Commonwealth Bank of... Read more
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2d
Sydney Morning Herald
ASX largely flat, AGL does heavy liftingovernight. Australia's largest oil producer Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.7
ASX largely flat, AGL does heavy lifting
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
overnight. Australia's largest oil producer Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.7 per cent, Santos was down 3.1 per cent and Origin Energy 3.7 per cent. Three of the big four banks traded higher throughout the afternoon, which Commonwealth Bank of... Read more
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2d
Canberra Times
ASX largely flat, AGL does heavy liftingovernight. Australia's largest oil producer Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.7
ASX largely flat, AGL does heavy lifting
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
overnight. Australia's largest oil producer Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.7 per cent, Santos was down 3.1 per cent and Origin Energy 3.7 per cent. Three of the big four banks traded higher throughout the afternoon, which Commonwealth Bank of... Read more
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3d
TheBull
Aust shares slide as financials weighas oil prices continued their volatility ahead of a crucial meeting of the worl
Aust shares slide as financials weigh
TheBull / Posted 3 days ago
as oil prices continued their volatility ahead of a crucial meeting of the world's largest producers. Woodside Petroleum, Origin Energy, and AGL Energy were down between one and 1.5 per cent. Mining majors BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Fortescue... Read more
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4d
TheBull
Aust shares slip on early profit takingcent tumble ahead of talks by major crude exporters aimed at freezing productio
Aust shares slip on early profit taking
TheBull / Posted 4 days ago
cent tumble ahead of talks by major crude exporters aimed at freezing production. Santos was down 1.4 per cent at $3.58, Origin Energy had lost 1.5 per cent to $5.12, while energy giant Woodside had fallen 0.5 per cent to $27.17. Retail-focused... Read more
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7d
TheBull
Aust shares hold on to gainsBHP Billiton were up 0.6 per cent and 0.4 per cent respectively, while energy s
Aust shares hold on to gains
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
BHP Billiton were up 0.6 per cent and 0.4 per cent respectively, while energy shares including Oil Search, AGL Energy and Origin Energy were trading between 0.2 to 0.6 per cent higher. Among the major losers, shares in Fortescue Metals, which... Read more
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8d
TheBull
Shares hold on to strong gainsBHP Billiton and Fortescue Metals were all up by between three and five per cen
Shares hold on to strong gains
TheBull / Posted 8 days ago
BHP Billiton and Fortescue Metals were all up by between three and five per cent, while Woodside Petroleum, Santos and Origin Energy were between two and three per cent higher. The financial sector's gains were more modest, with all four major... Read more
8d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Onlookers drawn to flare with gas company Origin fracking exploratory well in the NTsays a large flame burning from an exploratory gas well is standard exploration
Onlookers drawn to flare with gas company Origin fracking exploratory well in the NT
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
says a large flame burning from an exploratory gas well is standard exploration practice. Audio: Ross Evans from Origin Energy says government approval for well testing at the Amungee NW-1H was received four days before the NT election.... Read more
9d
WA Today
Banks lead ASX higher as Bank of Japan targets yieldsmore than 1 per cent higher. A buoyant oil price has also kept energy stocks l
Banks lead ASX higher as Bank of Japan targets yields
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
more than 1 per cent higher. A buoyant oil price has also kept energy stocks lifted with Santos rising 1.7 per cent and Origin Energy up 2.5 per cent, though Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.04 per cent. In other equities news, Vocus... Read more
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9d
Canberra Times
Banks lead ASX higher as Bank of Japan targets yieldsmore than 1 per cent higher. A buoyant oil price has also kept energy stocks l
Banks lead ASX higher as Bank of Japan targets yields
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
more than 1 per cent higher. A buoyant oil price has also kept energy stocks lifted with Santos rising 1.7 per cent and Origin Energy up 2.5 per cent, though Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.04 per cent. In other equities news, Vocus... Read more
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9d
Brisbane Times
Banks lead ASX higher as Bank of Japan targets yieldsmore than 1 per cent higher. A buoyant oil price has also kept energy stocks l
Banks lead ASX higher as Bank of Japan targets yields
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
more than 1 per cent higher. A buoyant oil price has also kept energy stocks lifted with Santos rising 1.7 per cent and Origin Energy up 2.5 per cent, though Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.04 per cent. In other equities news, Vocus... Read more
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9d
The Age
Banks lead ASX higher as Bank of Japan targets yieldsmore than 1 per cent higher. A buoyant oil price has also kept energy stocks l
Banks lead ASX higher as Bank of Japan targets yields
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
more than 1 per cent higher. A buoyant oil price has also kept energy stocks lifted with Santos rising 1.7 per cent and Origin Energy up 2.5 per cent, though Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.04 per cent. In other equities news, Vocus... Read more
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9d
Sydney Morning Herald
Banks lead ASX higher as Bank of Japan targets yieldsmore than 1 per cent higher. A buoyant oil price has also kept energy stocks l
Banks lead ASX higher as Bank of Japan targets yields
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
more than 1 per cent higher. A buoyant oil price has also kept energy stocks lifted with Santos rising 1.7 per cent and Origin Energy up 2.5 per cent, though Woodside Petroleum closed down 0.04 per cent. In other equities news, Vocus... Read more
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10d
Sydney Morning Herald
How the electricity companies' 'standard' price is a big rip-offthat offers access to wholesale rates. It says the market share of the three b
How the electricity companies' 'standard' price is a big rip-off
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
that offers access to wholesale rates. It says the market share of the three big retailers AGL, Energy Australia and Origin Energy had shrunk slightly to 92 per cent. "In June 2011, smaller retailers supplied only 2 per cent of the... Read more
10d
Brisbane Times
How the electricity companies' 'standard' price is a big rip-offthat offers access to wholesale rates. It says the market share of the three b
How the electricity companies' 'standard' price is a big rip-off
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
that offers access to wholesale rates. It says the market share of the three big retailers AGL, Energy Australia and Origin Energy had shrunk slightly to 92 per cent. "In June 2011, smaller retailers supplied only 2 per cent of the... Read more
11d
WA Today
Traders left furious over ASX glitches, market closes earlytraders took to social media to vent their frustrations. Well who wants to tra
Traders left furious over ASX glitches, market closes early
WA Today / Posted 11 days ago
traders took to social media to vent their frustrations. Well who wants to trade Near Map, Nine, News Corp, NextDC, Origin Energy, Oil Search, Oz Min, or Rio Tinto? #asxfailhttps://t.co/yX2wSh6YCc Chi-X Australia, a rival stock exchange,... Read more
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11d
Canberra Times
Traders left furious over ASX glitches, market closes earlytraders took to social media to vent their frustrations. Well who wants to tra
Traders left furious over ASX glitches, market closes early
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
traders took to social media to vent their frustrations. Well who wants to trade Near Map, Nine, News Corp, NextDC, Origin Energy, Oil Search, Oz Min, or Rio Tinto? #asxfailhttps://t.co/yX2wSh6YCc Chi-X Australia, a rival stock exchange,... Read more
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11d
Brisbane Times
Traders left furious over ASX glitches, market closes earlytraders took to social media to vent their frustrations. Well who wants to tra
Traders left furious over ASX glitches, market closes early
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
traders took to social media to vent their frustrations. Well who wants to trade Near Map, Nine, News Corp, NextDC, Origin Energy, Oil Search, Oz Min, or Rio Tinto? #asxfailhttps://t.co/yX2wSh6YCc Chi-X Australia, a rival stock exchange,... Read more
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11d
The Age
Traders left furious over ASX glitches, market closes earlytraders took to social media to vent their frustrations. Well who wants to tra
Traders left furious over ASX glitches, market closes early
The Age / Posted 11 days ago
traders took to social media to vent their frustrations. Well who wants to trade Near Map, Nine, News Corp, NextDC, Origin Energy, Oil Search, Oz Min, or Rio Tinto? #asxfailhttps://t.co/yX2wSh6YCc Chi-X Australia, a rival stock exchange,... Read more
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11d
Sydney Morning Herald
Traders left furious over ASX glitches, market closes earlytraders took to social media to vent their frustrations. Well who wants to tra
Traders left furious over ASX glitches, market closes early
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 days ago
traders took to social media to vent their frustrations. Well who wants to trade Near Map, Nine, News Corp, NextDC, Origin Energy, Oil Search, Oz Min, or Rio Tinto? #asxfailhttps://t.co/yX2wSh6YCc Chi-X Australia, a rival stock exchange,... Read more
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11d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
How hard is it for gas consumers to get a fair price?concrete producers - have tried and failed to get regulatory coverage. The dow
How hard is it for gas consumers to get a fair price?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
concrete producers - have tried and failed to get regulatory coverage. The downstream gas suppliers - including Santos, Origin Energy and AGL - have not wasted their money with a challenge, knowing the law was stacked against them. In between... Read more
15d
TheBull
Energy companies drag stock market lowercentral banks meetings next week," Mr Farnham said. Energy companies were lowe
Energy companies drag stock market lower
TheBull / Posted 15 days ago
central banks meetings next week," Mr Farnham said. Energy companies were lower, with Woodside down 52 cents at $26.85, Origin Energy 13 cents worse off at $4.84 and Oil Search falling nine cents to $6.30. The heavyweight banking sector was... Read more
16d
TheBull
Australian stocks seesaw after US fallbetter off at $77.04. But resource and energy companies fell with Rio Tinto, B
Australian stocks seesaw after US fall
TheBull / Posted 16 days ago
better off at $77.04. But resource and energy companies fell with Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Woodside Petroleum, Santos and Origin Energy all down between one and two per cent on the back of lower oil prices. Medibank Private was up 4.5 cents, or... Read more
17d
Sky News Australia
Investors push shares to two-month lowsix cents to $20.00 and five cents to $47.46, respectively. Energy giant Woods
Investors push shares to two-month low
Sky News Australia / Posted 17 days ago
six cents to $20.00 and five cents to $47.46, respectively. Energy giant Woodside Petroleum closed flat at $27.57, but Origin Energy, Santos and Oil Search fell nearly two per cent. Fortescue Metals shares rose four cents to $4.74 after the... Read more
17d
The Young Witness
Solar power sector handed huge boost by ARENA fundingARENA chipping in $20 million towards the $216.7 million needed to build the 11
Solar power sector handed huge boost by ARENA funding
The Young Witness / Posted 17 days ago
ARENA chipping in $20 million towards the $216.7 million needed to build the 110 MW plant. That project, to be owned by Origin Energy, will be on Queensland's Darling Downs. (See list of winning projects below.) The title of largest plant,... Read more
17d
Brisbane Times
ASX relief rally sours as US futures, oil prices slideon Tuesday, with Brent crude oil falling to $US47.98 a barrel in the Asian sess
ASX relief rally sours as US futures, oil prices slide
Brisbane Times / Posted 17 days ago
on Tuesday, with Brent crude oil falling to $US47.98 a barrel in the Asian session. Among the hardest hit stocks were Origin Energy and Santos, down 1.9 per cent, and Oil Search, down 2 per cent. News Corp and Credit Corp recouped some of... Read more
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17d
WA Today
ASX relief rally sours as US futures, oil prices slideon Tuesday, with Brent crude oil falling to $US47.98 a barrel in the Asian sess
ASX relief rally sours as US futures, oil prices slide
WA Today / Posted 17 days ago
on Tuesday, with Brent crude oil falling to $US47.98 a barrel in the Asian session. Among the hardest hit stocks were Origin Energy and Santos, down 1.9 per cent, and Oil Search, down 2 per cent. News Corp and Credit Corp recouped some of... Read more
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17d
The Age
ASX relief rally sours as US futures, oil prices slideon Tuesday, with Brent crude oil falling to $US47.98 a barrel in the Asian sess
ASX relief rally sours as US futures, oil prices slide
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
on Tuesday, with Brent crude oil falling to $US47.98 a barrel in the Asian session. Among the hardest hit stocks were Origin Energy and Santos, down 1.9 per cent, and Oil Search, down 2 per cent. News Corp and Credit Corp recouped some of... Read more
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17d
Sydney Morning Herald
ASX relief rally sours as US futures, oil prices slideon Tuesday, with Brent crude oil falling to $US47.98 a barrel in the Asian sess
ASX relief rally sours as US futures, oil prices slide
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
on Tuesday, with Brent crude oil falling to $US47.98 a barrel in the Asian session. Among the hardest hit stocks were Origin Energy and Santos, down 1.9 per cent, and Oil Search, down 2 per cent. News Corp and Credit Corp recouped some of... Read more
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17d
Canberra Times
ASX relief rally sours as US futures, oil prices slideon Tuesday, with Brent crude oil falling to $US47.98 a barrel in the Asian sess
ASX relief rally sours as US futures, oil prices slide
Canberra Times / Posted 17 days ago
on Tuesday, with Brent crude oil falling to $US47.98 a barrel in the Asian session. Among the hardest hit stocks were Origin Energy and Santos, down 1.9 per cent, and Oil Search, down 2 per cent. News Corp and Credit Corp recouped some of... Read more
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21d
WA Today
ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive weekMarkets. "Calm on the surface, but boiling below the surface there's been a fai
ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive week
WA Today / Posted 21 days ago
Markets. "Calm on the surface, but boiling below the surface there's been a fair bit of share price movements." Shares in Origin Energy leapt 5.5 per cent on Friday to $5.41 after new chief executive Frank Calabria, who replaces Grant King,... Read more
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21d
Canberra Times
ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive weekMarkets. "Calm on the surface, but boiling below the surface there's been a fai
ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive week
Canberra Times / Posted 21 days ago
Markets. "Calm on the surface, but boiling below the surface there's been a fair bit of share price movements." Shares in Origin Energy leapt 5.5 per cent on Friday to $5.41 after new chief executive Frank Calabria, who replaces Grant King,... Read more
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21d
Brisbane Times
ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive weekMarkets. "Calm on the surface, but boiling below the surface there's been a fai
ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive week
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 days ago
Markets. "Calm on the surface, but boiling below the surface there's been a fair bit of share price movements." Shares in Origin Energy leapt 5.5 per cent on Friday to $5.41 after new chief executive Frank Calabria, who replaces Grant King,... Read more
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21d
Sydney Morning Herald
ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive weekMarkets. "Calm on the surface, but boiling below the surface there's been a fai
ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive week
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 21 days ago
Markets. "Calm on the surface, but boiling below the surface there's been a fair bit of share price movements." Shares in Origin Energy leapt 5.5 per cent on Friday to $5.41 after new chief executive Frank Calabria, who replaces Grant King,... Read more
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21d
The Age
ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive weekMarkets. "Calm on the surface, but boiling below the surface there's been a fai
ECB, banks drag ASX down for fourth consecutive week
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
Markets. "Calm on the surface, but boiling below the surface there's been a fair bit of share price movements." Shares in Origin Energy leapt 5.5 per cent on Friday to $5.41 after new chief executive Frank Calabria, who replaces Grant King,... Read more
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21d
TheBull
CommSec Daily Report FridayAt the same time US oil production fell marginally and US oil imports slumped t
CommSec Daily Report Friday
TheBull / Posted 21 days ago
At the same time US oil production fell marginally and US oil imports slumped to the lowest level since November 2015. Origin Energy (ORG) announced the appointment of its head of its energy markets business as the new CEO. Frank Calabria will... Read more
21d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Internal candidate to replace King in Origin Energy's top jobOrigin Energy replaces Grant King with Frank Calabria as CEO Origin Energy has
Internal candidate to replace King in Origin Energy's top job
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 21 days ago
Origin Energy replaces Grant King with Frank Calabria as CEO Origin Energy has ended its search to replace veteran chief executive Grant King by tapping his long time offsider and head of energy markets Frank Calabria for the top job. Mr King will... Read more
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21d
TheBull
Aust shares continue downward momentumaround one per cent higher, while Oil Search shares were up 2.5 per cent at $6.
Aust shares continue downward momentum
TheBull / Posted 21 days ago
around one per cent higher, while Oil Search shares were up 2.5 per cent at $6.67. Shares in energy producer and retailer Origin Energy jumped four per cent to $5.34 after the company announced that the head of its energy markets business would... Read more
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21d
TheBull
Origin taps insider to replace King as CEOAustralia's largest gas and power retailer Origin Energy has elevated the head
Origin taps insider to replace King as CEO
TheBull / Posted 21 days ago
Australia's largest gas and power retailer Origin Energy has elevated the head of its energy markets business, Frank Calabria, to replace veteran chief executive Grant King. Origin said on Friday Mr King will step down as managing director and CEO... Read more
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21d
Brisbane Times
Origin Energy restructure on the cards as Frank Calabria replaces Grant King as CEOAhead of the start up of its second unit at its Queensland gas export project,
Origin Energy restructure on the cards as Frank Calabria replaces Grant King as CEO
Brisbane Times / Posted 21 days ago
Ahead of the start up of its second unit at its Queensland gas export project, Origin Energy has moved to replace its longstanding chief executive, Grant King, who is to be replaced by an internal appointment, Frank Calabria. HIs appointment is... Read more
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21d
The Age
Origin Energy restructure on the cards as Frank Calabria replaces Grant King as CEOAhead of the start up of its second unit at its Queensland gas export project,
Origin Energy restructure on the cards as Frank Calabria replaces Grant King as CEO
The Age / Posted 21 days ago
Ahead of the start up of its second unit at its Queensland gas export project, Origin Energy has moved to replace its longstanding chief executive, Grant King, who is to be replaced by an internal appointment, Frank Calabria. HIs appointment is... Read more
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