Developing sustainable, competitive suppliers.
We contribute to the sustainable economic development of local communities and countries in which we operate through local content. This includes investment in local goods and services, employment and training, social and community development initiatives and local industry capability development programs.
We seek to work with organisations and businesses that demonstrate clear, long-term plans delivering financial and operational sustainability. We work with our supply chain partners to deliver sustainable economic benefits through local employment and supply chain opportunities.
Embedding processes to drive local industry participation, workforce and social development into our everyday activities enables the delivery of mutual benefits.
Further information on Woodside's local content and supplier initiatives refer to the 2014 Sustainable Development Report.
Further information on contracting and supplying
to Woodside can be found under Suppliers.