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WOODSIDE — Devices used to steal credit card numbers were recently discovered at the only gas station in Woodside, where some of the Bay Area’s wealthiest residents live, authorities said.

An employee of the Chevron at 2950 Woodside Road found three of the so-called “skimming devices” on Monday, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office.

It is a felony to use one of the devices.

In a news release Tuesday, the sheriff’s office said “it is unknown how long the skimming devices were in the gas pumps.” Detectives are working to track down more information and evidence.

This isn’t the first time the Chevron has been targeted by thieves, according to one Yelp review. The reviewer said his credit card number has been stolen at the gas station five times in the past two years.

Anyone with information about the devices can contact the sheriff’s office’s Detective Bureau at 650-599-1536. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call 800-547-2700.

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  • January 2021

    It's tight so plan your exit accordingly. You might have to be pushy to get traffic to let you out but otherwise, what's disappointing about a gas station that has gas? No ATM here, there are bigger stations with convenience stores 3 blocks north and south

  • October 2019

    24/7/365 They must have the best price for gas, judging by the traffic they generate. Only one pet peeve, the first pumping island is right next to the payment window. This can sometimes lead to safety issues.

  • September 2019

    A hidden spot in East Elmhurst. So far, consistently, one of the cheapest prices for gas in Western Queens for years. Keep the prices low and lines to a minimum and I will keep returning.

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Woodside Petroleum

Woodside Petroleum Ltd is an Australian petroleum exploration and production company. Woodside is the operator of oil and gas production in Australia and also Australia's largest independent dedicated oil and gas company.[2] It is a public company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange and has its headquarters in Perth, Western Australia. In the 2020 Forbes Global 2000, Woodside Petroleum was ranked as the 1328th-largest public company in the world.[3]


Woodside was incorporated on 26 July 1954. It was originally named Woodside (Lakes Entrance) Oil Co NL and it was named after the small town of Woodside, Victoria.[4] Woodside's early years were focussed on Victoria's Gippsland Basin. Switching to northern Western Australia in the early 1960s, Woodside joined up with Shell and Burmah Oil to form the original North West Shelf consortium. BHP later replaced Burmah, and with Shell, each became a 40% shareholder in Woodside in 1985.[5] BHP reduced its shareholding to 10% in July 1990.[6] In October 1994, BHP sold its remaining shares while Shell sold down to 34%.[7] In 1995, Woodside moved its head office from Melbourne to Perth.[8]

In 2001 Shell sought to buy out the remaining portion of the company that it did not already own at the time; however, the takeover move was blocked by Treasurer of Australia, Peter Costello, on national interest grounds.[9] In November 2010, Shell reduced its 34% stake to 24%.[10] In November 2017, Shell sold its remaining shares.[11][12][13]

In August 2021, Woodside entered into an agreement with BHP to merge the latter's oil and gas assets with Woodside. The deal is subject to regulatory and shareholder approval.[14]

Business overview[edit]

Woodside has exploration, development and operating activities in Australia and a number of international regions including Canada, United States, Senegal, South Korea, New Zealand, Myanmar, Cameroon, Gabon, Morocco and Ireland. Within Australia Woodside operates or is developing a number of liquefied natural gas projects. The company also operates the Enfield and Vincent oil fields offshore from Exmouth in Western Australia.[15]

Sunrise LNG development[edit]

The Greater Sunrise gas development lies in the Timor Sea north of Australia and includes the Sunrise and Troubadour fields, which were discovered in 1974. Greater Sunrise is located about 450 kilometres (280 mi) north-west of Darwin and 150 kilometres (93 mi) south-east of Timor-Leste. Approximately 80% of the fields lie within Australian waters, with the remainder in jointly administered waters. The Greater Sunrise fields have a total contingent dry gas resource of 5.13 trillion cubic feet (145 billion cubic metres) and 225.9 million barrels (35.92 million cubic metres) of condensate. The Sunrise JV participants are Woodside (operator) (33.4%), ConocoPhillips (30%), Shell (26.6%) and Osaka Gas (10%).[16]

In April 2010 Shell's floating liquefied natural gas technology was selected by the Sunrise Joint Venture for developing the Greater Sunrise gas fields in the Timor Sea. The Woodside-operated JV is now seeking to engage regulators on the concept selection process.[17]

Australia Oil[edit]

Woodside owns and operates a number of oil developments offshore Western Australia, including the Nganhurra FPSO, the Ngujima-Yin FPSO and the Okha FPSO.[18]


In February 2006, the Mauritanian military junta led by Ely Ould Mohamed Vall denounced amendments to an oil contract made by former president Maaouya Ould Sid'Ahmed Taya with Woodside Petroleum. In 2004, Woodside had agreed to invest US$600 million in developing Mauritania's Chinguetti offshore oil project. The controversial amendments, which Mauritanian authorities declared had been signed "outside the legal framework of normal practice, to the great detriment of our country", could cost Mauritania up to $200 million a year.[19][20] The Australian Federal Police in June 2006 were investigating Woodside for allegations of bribery and corruption in Mauritania.[21][22] The AFP officially cleared the company of any wrongdoing in May 2008.[citation needed]

In 2006–2007, as part of the Pluto LNG project, Woodside faced opposition over plans to build an onshore processing plant on the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia, as the site is home to significant petroglyphs up to 30,000 years old.[23]

It has been suggested that intense lobbying by Woodside Petroleum contributed to the coalition Howard government's initial decision against emissions trading in August 2000.[24] The company also opposed the Rudd Labor government's Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme in 2009.[25]

Woodside is among six companies accused of making deceptive public statements in an attempt to get free carbon permits. The Australian Conservation Foundation says the companies exaggerated in public, but told a different story to their shareholders and investors. In June 2009, the ACF lodged an official complaint[26] with the Federal consumer affairs watchdog asking that the matter be investigated.[27] The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission took no action against the companies.[28]

In April 2011 Australia's Fair Work Ombudsman began an investigation into claims that foreign workers were underpaid on two North West Shelf oil rigs operated by Woodside Petroleum.[29] In April 2013, the Federal Court in WA heard allegations that the workers were paid less than $3 an hour to work on the oil rigs. Documents tendered to the court claimed that the four men worked as painters on Woodside rigs on the North West Shelf off northern WA from July 2009 until early 2011.[30]

In the corporation's annual offshore performance report, published in mid-2013, the failure of an oil mist detector at Woodside Petroleum's Vincent oilfield in Western Australia was caused by faulty wiring and inadequately designed equipment. The issue was identified during a visit by a third party at Woodside's largest single source of oil production.[31]

James Price Point gas industrial complex[edit]

The "Save The Kimberley" campaign was an organised protest against Woodside's involvement with a proposal to construct the James Price Point gas industrial complex in Western Australia's Kimberley region.[32] A protest concert was held at Federation Square in October 2012,[33] followed by a second event in early 2013 at Esplanade Park, Fremantle that featured Bob Brown, former leader of the Australian Greens political party.[34] A march to protest the proposed gas refinery construction at James Price Point accompanied the Fremantle concert, and campaign supporters were photographed with banners and placards.[35]

The proposal was eventually abandoned in April 2013, but the $1.5 billion social benefits package that had been brokered between the Kimberley Land Council and Woodside, together with its joint-venture partners and the Barnett government, remained an ongoing issue. Criticism was directed at the corporation by those who believed that Woodside was under an obligation to pay out the full monetary sum of the package to local Aboriginal organisations and communities. Former head of the Kimberley Land Council Wayne Bergmann, who brokered the deal prior to his resignation, explained to the media: "There was no legal right to that deal; it was broached politically and now they [Woodside, the joint-venture partners and the state government] need to honour the bargain." As of 15 April 2013, Woodside had paid AU$3.7 million to Aboriginal organisations in accordance with the agreement and a Woodside spokesperson stated that the corporation would "continue to support a range of voluntary social investment activities in the West Kimberley".[36]


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  2. ^"Profile". Woodside Energy. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  3. ^"Forbes Global 2000". Retrieved 31 October 2020.
  4. ^"Home". Woodside Energy. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
  5. ^Shell will not support BHPCanberra Times 10 April 1986 page 18
  6. ^BHP sells gas stake for $525mCanberra Times 29 June 1990 page 13
  7. ^BHP, Shell in $501m sale of WoodsideCanberra Times 1 November 1994 page 17
  8. ^Woodside to finally move westCanberra Times 7 December 1995 page 17
  9. ^Mark Willacy (23 April 2001). "Government rejects Shell bid for Woodside Petroleum". PM. Retrieved 4 October 2013.
  10. ^Pfeifer, Sylvia (8 November 2010). "Shell reduces Woodside stake to fund projects". Financial Times. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
  11. ^Shell further reduces its interest in WoodsideRoyal Dutch Shell 13 November 2017
  12. ^Shell upsizes sell down of shares in Woodside Royal Dutch Shell 13 November 2017
  13. ^Shell sells out of Woodside Petroleum for $2.7 billionReuters 13 November 2017
  14. ^Woodside and BHP to create a global energy company BHP 17 August 2021
  15. ^"Woodside's Global Interests". Woodside Petroleum. Woodside Petroleum. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  16. ^"Sunrise LNG". Woodside Petroleum. Archived from the original on 27 January 2017. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
  17. ^"Shell floating LNG technology chosen by joint venture for Greater Sunrise project". Shell. 29 April 2010. Archived from the original on 29 May 2011. Retrieved 10 June 2011.
  18. ^"Australia Oil". Woodside Petroleum. Archived from the original on 7 April 2018. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
  19. ^"Mauritania and firm row over oil". BBC News. 6 February 2006. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
  20. ^Olphand, Marie-Pierre (6 February 2006). "Crise ouverte avec la compagnie pétrolière Woodside". Radio France Internationale (in French). Retrieved 10 April 2018.
  21. ^Askew, Kate; Ayala, Violeta (13 October 2006). "Police start Woodside probe over bribery claim". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  22. ^"Slick operator". The Sydney Morning Herald. 3 June 2006. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  23. ^"Resources boom 'putting Aboriginal rock art at risk'". ABC News Online. 25 July 2008. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  24. ^Pearse, Guy (2007). High & Dry: John Howard, Climate Change and the Selling of Australia's Future. Camberwell, Vic.: Penguin Books. p. 75. ISBN .
  25. ^Macdonald-Smith A Woodside ‘Remains Dismayed’ at Australia Carbon Plan Bloomberg Press, 10 March 2009
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  27. ^"Contradictory carbon claims - ACCC complaint". Australian Conservation Foundation. Archived from the original on 19 June 2009. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
  28. ^Senate gives resources giants nod on ETS evidence, by Laura Tingle, Australian Financial Review, 8 September 2009.
  29. ^Barlow, Karen (27 April 2011). "Ombudsman investigates foreign worker exploitation". ABC News. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  30. ^Lannin, Sue (8 April 2013). "Court hears oil rig workers paid $3 an hour". ABC News. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  31. ^Paul Garvey (6 June 2013). "Woodside pulled up after failing to note safety flaw". The Australian. Retrieved 6 June 2013.
  32. ^Alex Tibbitts (4 October 2012). "150 join John Butler as he takes Kimberley gas plant blockade to BHP's Melbourne HQ". The Wilderness Society. The Wilderness Society Australia Incorporated. Archived from the original on 5 November 2012. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
  33. ^"Concert for the Kimberley at Fed Square". The Age. 5 October 2012. Archived from the original(Video upload) on 1 November 2013. Retrieved 6 October 2012.
  34. ^Tomlin, Sam (25 February 2013). "Stars fire up gas hub protest". The West Australian. Retrieved 29 September 2020.
  35. ^"News Live Reviews Photos Album Reviews Interviews Guide Bands Submit Win PHOTOS: CONCERT FOR THE KIMBERLEY AT FREMANTLE ESPLANADE". Space Ship News. Space Ship News | Perth Music. 27 February 2013. Archived from the original(Photo upload) on 1 May 2013. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
  36. ^Paige Taylor (15 April 2013). "Woodside 'obliged' over $1.5bn social deal". The Australian. Retrieved 29 September 2020.

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Man Opens Fire Near Woodside Gas Station, Strikes Passenger in Vehicle

Jan. 27, 2021 By Allie Griffin

A man shot at two cars near a Woodside gas station Monday and struck a passenger in a vehicle driving by.

The suspect was standing at a Mobil gas station, located at 68-09 Queens Blvd., when he began firing multiple shots into the street from a handgun just after 10 p.m., police said.

He shot approximately five rounds at two cars driving by and struck a 25-year-old man who was sitting in the back seat of a white 2009 Honda Civic. The victim suffered a bullet wound to his upper back and the driver of the Honda, another 25-year-old man, rushed him to a hospital in stable condition, police said.

A bullet shattered the rear passenger window of a second car, a silver 2004 Ford Explorer. The 55-year-old male driver was hit by the shattered glass and suffered a laceration to his head. He refused medical attention, police said.

It’s unclear whether it was a random shooting or whether the vehicles were targeted for a reason, police said.

The suspect fled on foot after the shooting. Less than a half hour later, he entered the lobby of the Queens Hotel, located at 65-15 Queens Blvd., where he spoke to the receptionist and then left, police said.

Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, or on Twitter @NYPDTips.

Shooting suspect and Mobil gas station on Queens Boulevard (NYPD/ Google Maps)

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