We seek out opportunities to improve our business performance through innovative thinking and applying technologies developed outside our industry. We recently became a foundation buyer in Australia for a two-part epoxy coating called Humidur. Find out how we use this product.
From the first LNG plant in the southern hemisphere, to the world’s largest not-normally crewed offshore platform, Woodside has long been a leader in applying oil and gas technologies.
Now, we are taking the industry to new frontiers by adopting and developing innovations that build on our strengths - yet challenge our thinking.
Woodside supports a new research centre in Western Australia
In partnership with The University of Western Australia (UWA) and Chevron, we launched the Centre for Long Subsea Tiebacks at UWA. The Centre will drive research into new subsea engineering technologies for offshore oil and gas production and maintain Western Australia's competitiveness in the LNG market.
What we're working on
We recently updated our technology strategy to ensure we continue to focus on conventional oil and gas technologies and data-driven breakthroughs, while also prioritising carbon management and the development of new energy sources.
How we work
Innovation enables us to discover, develop and test ideas and solutions that can improve the way we work across our entire business.
Innovative thinking shapes everything we do at Woodside, from the design of our facilities to the commercial arrangements that underpin them, and the way we and our joint venture partners interact with others in resource development.
It's about doing more than building a better workplace or industry sector. Through our collaborative partnerships, we also help build society's collective knowledge and develop the workforce of the future.