Woodside is proud of the contribution we make in the communities where we are active and the markets we supply
Integrity, accountability, and transparency drive Woodside’s environmental, social and governance aspirations and guide decision making at all levels of our business.
As Woodside’s global presence increases, our sustainability performance becomes ever more important. In 2023 we updated our Sustainability Strategy, further embedding sustainability performance into everything we do.
Meg O'Neill, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director
Sustainability Strategy and Plan
We are committed to doing our part for a better future.
Materiality for sustainability topics
Informing our understanding of which sustainability topics are relevant to our business activities.
Sustainability ratings performance
Tactical implementation of Woodside-wide sustainability topics.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Providing a globally applicable framework, through which Woodside can identify and articulate its priorities for sustainability.
As part of our materiality process described, the following environment, social and governance topics were considered to be most relevant to our business activities and stakeholders in 2023.
2023 statistics snapshot
- Targets and aspiration are for net equity Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions relative to a starting base of 6.32 Mt CO2-e which is representative of the gross annual average equity Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions over 2016-2020 and which may be adjusted (up or down) for potential equity changes in producing or sanctioned assets with a final investment decision prior to 2021. Net equity emissions include the utilisation of carbon credits as offsets.
- Includes data relevant to the assets acquired through the merger with BHP’s petroleum business from 1 June 2022.