Woodside Statement on Myanmar 

On 27 January 2022, Woodside announced it was withdrawing from its interests in Myanmar. 

Woodside condemns human rights violations. We have watched with growing concern since the events of 1 February 2021.  

Woodside supports the people of Myanmar and we hope to see a peaceful journey to democracy. 

Our announcement to withdraw from Myanmar can be found here

Woodside signs Statement by Concerned Businesses Operating in Myanmar (February 2021)

Woodside has been a responsible and constructive foreign investor in Myanmar, with our conduct guided by the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human rights and other relevant international standards.  

On 19 February 2021 Woodside signed up to the Statement by Concerned Businesses Operating in Myanmar, issued by the Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business (MCRB). 

Consultation Activities

An important aspect of planning for our offshore activities is consulting with stakeholders to understand potential impacts, so that appropriate management and mitigation measures can be developed, while remaining transparent about how we manage and respond to concerns.

Consultation Activities
Myanmar enquiries

95 1 230 7460


95 1 230 7461

Street Address:

Vantage Tower, Level 6
623 Pyay Road
Kamaryut Township Yangon

Participating interests

BlockWoodsideChina National Petroleum CorporationDaewooMyanmar Petroleum E&PMyanmar Petroleum Resources LtdShellTotal E&P
A-640%​ ---20%-40%
AD-740%​ -60%​----
A-745% (operator)--10%-45%-
AD-150% 50% -----
AD-850% 50% -----