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Woodside names Graham Tiver as new CFO

Meg O’Neill, CEO, said the firm is ‘delighted’ that Tiver is joining Woodside’s executive leadership team in the ‘critical’ CFO role, particularly given his close understanding of the value drivers for the energy sector

Woodside has appointed Graham Tiver as chief financial officer (CFO) and executive vice president, effective from early February 2022.

Joining Woodside from BHP, Tiver previously held the role of group financial controller with responsibility for BHP’s global accounting and reporting function and financial improvement.

During his 28-year career with BHP and WMC Resources, the firm revealed Tiver has held “significant” financial, commercial and leadership roles across a range of business sectors, including minerals and oil and gas.

The firm also said he has “extensive” international experience, having worked in North and South America as well as a variety of roles around Australia.

Tiver holds a Bachelor of Business in Accounting and Finance from Edith Cowan University in Perth, and is a Fellow of the Australian Society of Certified Practising Accountants.

Meg O’Neill, Woodside CEO, said: “Graham’s demonstrated technical and financial capability, strong operational background and leadership skills will make an important contribution to Woodside and deliver ongoing value to shareholders.”

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