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Australian Company Ranks Third in IO&G Credit Standards

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The Woodside Petroleum corporate office in Perth, Australia. Woodside is one of the top oil exploration companies in the world.

Credit standards are a global affair for the world's independent oil and gas explorers as eight different countries are represented in the industry's CSI top ten.  "Capital discipline as part of our DNA." 

A British company that drills for oil in challenging areas such as the African Congo, Angola and Vietnam has the highest credit standards out of 84 companies with a CSI score of 1.30, according to recent data provided by the Credit Standards Index (CSI).  The CSI ranks thousands of companies in 70 industries around the world on a scale of 1.00 to 5.00 based on five credit scoring factors. 

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