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|28 Feb 2022||$0.2500||0.00%||Interim||30 Mar 2022|
|31 Aug 2021||$0.2500||0.00%||Final||29 Sep 2021|
|01 Mar 2021||$0.2500||0.00%||Interim||31 Mar 2021|
|01 Sep 2020||$0.2500||0.00%||Final||30 Sep 2020|
|27 Feb 2020||$0.2500||0.00%||Interim||25 Mar 2020|
|27 Aug 2019||$0.1500||0.00%||Final||25 Sep 2019|
|26 Feb 2019||$0.1250||0.00%||Interim||27 Mar 2019|
|28 Aug 2018||$0.1500||0.00%||Final||24 Sep 2018|
|27 Feb 2018||$0.1000||0.00%||Interim||26 Mar 2018|
|31 Aug 2015||$0.2200||0.00%||30 Sep 2015|
|02 Mar 2015||$0.3400||7.94%||02 Apr 2015|
|03 Sep 2014||$0.5100||20.59%||Final||30 Sep 2014|
|03 Mar 2014||$0.3400||25.00%||Interim||31 Mar 2014|
|30 Aug 2010||$0.4000||47.10%||Final||28 Sep 2010|
|24 Feb 2010||$0.3550||100.00%||Interim||25 Mar 2010|
|08 Sep 2008||$0.4750||70.95%||Final||10 Oct 2008|
|06 Mar 2008||$0.3800||30.00%||Interim||11 Apr 2008|
|04 Sep 2007||$0.3250||29.23%||Final||25 Sep 2007|
|16 Feb 2007||$0.2800||22.14%||Interim||14 Mar 2007|
|13 Sep 2006||$0.2250||34.00%||Final||29 Sep 2006|
|16 Mar 2006||$0.1850||29.19%||Interim||07 Apr 2006|
An announcement is considered as "Price Sensitive" if it is thought that it may have an impact on the price of the security.
|Date||Announcement||Price Sensitive?||Time||No. of Pages||File Size|
Worley Ltd (ASX: WOR) is a global engineering company that provides professional services to the resources, energy, and industrial sectors.
As Australia’s largest oil and gas engineering group, Worley delivers engineering design and project delivery services, including maintenance, reliability support, and advisory services.
Worley shares first listed on the ASX in 2002. Formerly WorleyParson Limited, the ASX 200 group rebranded as Worley after completing the acquisition of Jacobs' Energy, Chemicals & Resources division in 2018.
Headquartered in North Sydney, the company employs more than 50,000 people and operates on all continents.
|05 Jul 2022||$14.18||$0.10||0.71%||1,121,892||$14.12||$14.38||$14.09|
|04 Jul 2022||$14.08||$0.23||1.66%||1,051,274||$14.00||$14.11||$13.89|
|01 Jul 2022||$13.85||$-0.39||-2.74%||1,109,183||$14.04||$14.17||$13.78|
|30 Jun 2022||$14.24||$-0.24||-1.66%||1,117,590||$14.37||$14.56||$14.24|
|29 Jun 2022||$14.48||$0.01||0.07%||763,190||$14.55||$14.66||$14.39|
|28 Jun 2022||$14.47||$0.43||3.06%||1,214,912||$14.10||$14.55||$14.07|
|27 Jun 2022||$14.04||$0.42||3.08%||919,516||$13.83||$14.10||$13.80|
|24 Jun 2022||$13.62||$0.03||0.22%||1,262,777||$13.42||$13.71||$13.38|
|23 Jun 2022||$13.59||$-0.06||-0.44%||1,198,374||$13.55||$13.68||$13.41|
|22 Jun 2022||$13.65||$0.03||0.22%||1,431,888||$13.88||$13.99||$13.57|
|21 Jun 2022||$13.62||$0.23||1.72%||1,507,750||$13.52||$13.82||$13.48|
|20 Jun 2022||$13.39||$-0.44||-3.18%||1,799,029||$13.50||$13.66||$13.05|
|17 Jun 2022||$13.83||$-0.27||-1.91%||2,411,664||$13.77||$13.89||$13.41|
|16 Jun 2022||$14.10||$-0.04||-0.28%||1,347,676||$14.02||$14.25||$14.02|
|15 Jun 2022||$14.14||$-0.37||-2.55%||1,502,784||$14.35||$14.38||$14.07|
|14 Jun 2022||$14.51||$-0.57||-3.78%||2,610,713||$14.33||$14.62||$14.00|
|10 Jun 2022||$15.08||$-0.29||-1.89%||807,974||$15.25||$15.25||$14.94|
|09 Jun 2022||$15.37||$-0.02||-0.13%||1,409,777||$15.42||$15.69||$15.35|
|08 Jun 2022||$15.39||$0.49||3.29%||1,940,817||$15.07||$15.47||$15.05|
|07 Jun 2022||$14.90||$-0.53||-3.43%||1,277,221||$15.34||$15.36||$14.87|
|09 Dec 2021||Juan Coppel||Buy||5||$55,020|| |
|02 Dec 2021||Robert Ashton||Issued||298||$3,004,888|| |
Issue of securities. 586,714 - Performance rights, Deferred restricted share rights and Deferred equity rights
|30 Sep 2021||Robert Ashton||Expiry||26||$264,706|| |
As advised by the company. 288,610 - Performance rights, Deferred restricted share rights, deferred equity rights
Performance rights and deferred restricted share rights lapsed
|30 Sep 2021||Robert Ashton||Issued||5||$55,763|| |
As advised by the company. Issue of ordinary shares following the vesting and automatic exercise of deferred restricted share rights
|22 Sep 2021||Anne Templeman-Jones||Buy||6||$58,413|| |
|Mr Christopher (Chris) Michael Haynes||Lead Independent DirectorNon-Executive Director||Jan 2012|| |
Mr Haynes is a non-executive director of Woodside Petroleum Limited. His appointment followed a 39-year career with the Shell Group of Companies and their affiliates. He was working in oil and gas, LNG and chemicals businesses, primarily in project development, delivery and operations. Christopher was seconded to Woodside from 1999 to 2002, where he was General Manager of the North West Shelf Venture and then became Managing Director of Shell's operations in Syria and of Nigeria LNG Limited. He retired from Shell in August 2011. He retired as Honorary President of the Energy Industries Council effective 31 March 2020. He is Chairman of Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee and a member of the People Committee.
|Mr John Micheal Grill||Non-Executive ChairmanNon-Executive Director||Mar 2013|| |
Mr Grill has over 40 years' experience in the resources and energy industry, starting his career with Esso Australia. In 1971, he became Chief Executive of Wholohan Grill and Partners, the entity then owned by Worley Limited. John has experience of project delivery in the resources and energy industry. John is Chairman of the Growth Centres Advisory Committee for the Australian Government for Department of Industry, Innovation and Science and Chairman of the Mindgardens Alliance, a partnership between the Black Dog Institute, Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA), South Eastern Sydney Local Health District (SESLHD) and the University of New South Wales. He is Member of People Committee and Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee.
|Ms Emma Rachel Stein||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2020|| |
Ms Stein currently serves as a non-executive director of Adbri Limited and Iberdrola Australia Limited. Emma is a former non-executive director of Alumina Limited, Cleanaway Waste Management Limited, Programmed Maintenance Services Limited, Transfield Services Infrastructure Fund, Clough Limited and the Diversified Utilities Energy Trust (DUET) Group. Before moving to Australia in 2003, Emma gained international experience in management and leadership, and strategy development and implementation in global industrial, energy and utilities markets. Her career included roles in strategic planning, operational management in the fuels sectors and, specifically, as UK Managing Director at Gaz de France Energy and UK Gas Divisional Managing Director at British Fuels. Ms Stein is a member of the People Committee.
|Mr Thomas Joseph Gorman||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2017|| |
Mr Gorman has 30-year career in executive positions at Ford Motor Company and Brambles Limited. He retired as Chief Executive Officer of Brambles in February 2017. He has worked in finance, operations, logistics, marketing, and business development across the United States, England, France and Australia. He is a director of Orora Limited, Sims Limited and High Resolves, an Australian-based not-for-profit focused on middle school education. He is Chairman of People Committee and Member of Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee.
|Ms Wang Xiao Bin||Non-Executive Director||Dec 2011|| |
Ms Bin is an executive director and Chief Financial Officer of China Resources Power Holdings Company Limited. Prior to joining China Resources Power in July 2003, she was a director of Corporate Finance at ING Investment Banking, responsible for execution of capital markets and merger and acquisition transactions in the Asia Pacific region. She worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers in Australia in the Audit and Business Advisory division for five years before joining ING. She is Member of Risk Committee.
|Ms Anne Louise Templeman-Jones||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2017|| |
Ms Templeman-Jones is a non-executive director of Commonwealth Bank of Australia and GUD Holdings Limited. She previously served as a non-executive director of HT&E Limited, Cuscal Limited, HBF Health Limited, Pioneer Credit Limited, TAL Superannuation Fund, Notre Dame University and the McCusker Foundation for Alzheimer's Research. Anne has experience in institutional and commercial banking, wealth management and insurance and strategy and risk. She previously held several senior executive roles in Switzerland and Australia with PricewaterhouseCoopers, the Bank of Singapore (OCBC Bank), ANZ and Westpac. She is Chairman of Risk Committee.
|Ms Sharon Lee Warburton||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2019|| |
Ms Warburton has worked in the construction, mining and infrastructure sectors. She has experience in strategy and accounting, holding senior executive positions at Rio Tinto, Brookfield Multiplex, Aldar Properties PJSC, Multiplex and Citigroup. Sharon is a non-executive director of Gold Road Resources Limited and Wesfarmers Limited and a part-time member of the Takeovers Panel. She is also on the board of not-for-profit organization, Perth Children's Hospital Foundation. She was formerly the Co-Deputy Chairman of Fortescue Metals Group Limited, Chairman of the Australian Government's Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility and a non-executive director of NEXTDC Limited. She is Member of Risk Committee.
|Dr Roger John Higgins||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2019|| |
Dr Higgins has experience is in mining and operations and he has previously held senior executive positions with Teck Resources Limited, BHP Billiton and Ok Tedi Mining Limited. He is a non-executive director of Newcrest Mining Limited and Ok Tedi Mining Limited, the Chairman of Minotaur Exploration Limited and is professor with the Sustainable Minerals Institute, The University of Queensland. He is Member of Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee.
|Dr Martin Lee Parkinson||Non-Executive Director||Feb 2020|| |
Dr Parkinson as appointed the Chancellor of Macquarie University in October 2019. He previously served as Secretary to the Australian Government's Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet between January 2016 and August 2019 and as the Secretary to the Australian Treasury from March 2011 to December 2014. Prior to this, Martin served as inaugural Secretary of the Department of Climate Change from its establishment in December 2007. Martin is a director of O'Connell Street Associates, North Queensland Airports and Male Champions of Change Limited, a group of male Chairs, CEOs and non-executive directors committed to the advancement of women into senior leadership positions in the private and public sectors. He is a member of the Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission, an advisory body to the Northern Territory Government, and is on the advisory councils of the Asia Society Australia and Thrive Refugee Enterprise. Martin has previously served as a director of Orica, the Cranlana Program for Ethical Leadership, and the German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce. He has been a member of the Board of the Reserve Bank of Australia, Infrastructure Australia, the Council of Financial Regulators, the Board of Taxation, and the Sir Roland Wilson Foundation and was Chair of the Australian Office of Financial Management. He is Member of Risk Committee.
|Mr Andrew Nicholas Liveris||Non-Executive DirectorNon-Executive Deputy Chairman||Sep 2018|| |
Mr Liveris is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The Dow Chemical Company and the former Executive Chairman of DowDuPont. He had over 40 years' global leadership experience with The Dow Chemical Company, with roles in manufacturing, engineering, sales, marketing, and business and general management around the world. Andrew is a director of IBM, Saudi Aramco, The Minderoo Foundation Pty Ltd and NOVONIX Limited and is an advisor to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He is the past Vice Chair of the Business Roundtable and the past Chairman of the United States Business Council. Andrew holds Australian Government positions as a member of the Industry Growth Centres Advisory Committee, Chair of the National COVID-19 Coordination Commission (NCCC) Manufacturing Taskforce and Co-Chair of the Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission. In 2012, Andrew co-founded The Hellenic Initiative (THI). He is Member of People Committee and Health, Safety and Sustainability Committee.
|Dr Juan Jose Suarez Coppel||Non-Executive Director||May 2019|| |
Dr Coppel has experience in energy and resources in the Americas. He was previously Chief Financial Officer and then Chief Executive Officer of Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX), a senior executive with Grupo Modelo and an independent non-executive director of Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. During the 1990s, Juan was Chief of Staff to the Minister of Finance Mexico, a senior executive with Banamex (now Citi) and Head of Corporate Finance and then Treasurer of Grupo Televisa, Mexico. He is Member of Risk Committee.
|Mr Robert Christopher Ashton||Chief Executive OfficerManaging Director||Feb 2020|| |
Mr Ashton was Group Managing Director for Projects and Solutions with accountability for growth and performance. He has also held executive roles with responsibility for Europe, Middle East and African operations, and the Power sector globally.
|Nuala O'Leary||Company Secretary||Aug 2016|| |
|Nuala O'Leary||Company Secretary|| |
|Karen Sobel||Group President - Americas|| |
|Vinayak Pai||Group President - Europe Middle East and APAC|| |
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||204,920,448||39.18%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||74,779,850||14.30%|
|MERRILL LYNCH (AUSTRALIA) NOMINEES PTY LIMITED||51,427,952||9.83%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||34,787,295||6.65%|
|Wilaci Pty Limited Atf The Serpentine Trust||22,390,562||4.28%|
|National Nominess Limited||19,119,307||3.66%|
|BNP Paribas Noms Pty Ltd <Drp>||5,734,921||1.10%|
|Serpentine Foundation Pty Limited <Serpentine Foundation A/C>||5,400,000||1.03%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd <Agency Lending Drp A/C>||3,885,285||0.74%|
|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited <Nt Comnwlth Super Corp A/C>||3,186,940||0.61%|
|Netwealth Investments Limited <Wrap Services A/C>||3,123,342||0.60%|
|Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Acf Clearstream||3,118,003||0.60%|
|Mr John Michael Grill||2,826,277||0.54%|
|Haju Pty Limited <Haju A/C>||1,715,000||0.33%|
|Juha Pty Limited <Juha A/C>||1,704,289||0.33%|
|Sandhurst Trustees Ltd <Harper Bernays Ltd A/C>||1,479,696||0.28%|
|Taylor Square Designs Pty Ltd||1,423,641||0.27%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd Six Sis Ltd <Drp A/C>||1,008,899||0.19%|
|A&J Wang Pty Ltd <A&J Family A/C>||1,000,000||0.19%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited <Colonial First State Inv A/C>||999,054||0.19%|