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Royal Dutch Shell Plc LSE:RDSA London Ordinary Share GB00B03MLX29 'A' ORD EUR0.07
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.90 -0.61% 964.30 965.70 966.20 974.70 951.50 961.40 4,962,341 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 260,049.0 19,217.3 148.5 6.3 39,548

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27/7/2020
07:19
UBS Buy 1,750.00 - Unchanged
florenceorbis
27/7/2020
07:17
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florenceorbis
24/7/2020
06:16
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florenceorbis
23/7/2020
11:17
Https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/23/coronavirus-and-oil-energy-majors-to-report-second-quarter-earnings.html Oil and Gas ‘It is going to be brutal’: What to expect as oil and gas majors unveil their second-quarter results Published Thu, Jul 23 20204:25 AM EDT Updated 2 Hours Ago Sam Meredith @smeredith19 Key Points “Big Oil” companies witnessed a historic fall in oil and gas prices during the second quarter as coronavirus lockdown restrictions coincided with an unprecedented demand shock. “I think it is going to be brutal and ugly,” Kathy Hipple, an analyst at the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), told CNBC via telephone. Dividend payouts to shareholders will also be an area of focus for energy market participants.
waldron
23/7/2020
06:50
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florenceorbis
23/7/2020
06:31
Rough Q2 reports ahead for Big Oil names; BP dividend cut seen likely Jul. 22, 2020 6:57 PM ET|About: BP PLC (BP)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor For the first time since at least he early 2000s, all five Big Oil supermajors - BP, Chevron (NYSE:CVX), Exxon (NYSE:XOM), Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B) and Total (NYSE:TOT) - are poised to post a quarterly loss, analysts say. "Worst-in-a-generation oil prices combined with OPEC production cuts, collapsing refining margins and millions of barrels of unsold crude mean no facet of Big Oil's business has emerged unscathed," Bloomberg writes. For BP, several analysts anticipate a cut in the dividend payout of 30%-65%, a historic move for a company that has been a cornerstone dividend payer. Exxon, Chevron and Total are not expected to follow suit, although Goldman analysts believe a cut at Exxon "could enable a financially healthier company." Shell already cut its dividend for the first time since World War II earlier this year. Exxon's borrowing is rising rapidly and eventually will become a cause for concern, according to Morgan Stanley and Goldman, which says the company's net debt increased $8.8B in Q2 and will surge to $78B by year-end 2022. Chevron's agreement to acquire Noble Energy this week includes the assumption of $8B of additional debt, but CEO Mike Wirth says the company remains well-placed to pay its dividend. "Our team has forecasted earnings for 72 quarters and Q2 2020 seems the most difficult of them," says Jefferies' Jason Gammel.
waldron
22/7/2020
17:56
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.87 -0.18% Gasoline NYMEX 1.26 -0.36% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.70 -0.23% WTI 41.425 USD -0.26% FTSE 100 6,207.1 -1.00% Dow Jones 26,907.36 +0.25% CAC 40 5,037.12 -1.32% SBF 120 3,973.19 -1.16% Euro STOXX 50 3,370.76 -1.01% DAX 13,104.25 -0.51% Ftse Mib 20,586.09 -0.66% Eni 8.707 -2.49% Total 32.695 -3.14% Engie 11.225 -0.75% Orange 10.87 -0.59% Bp 303.85 -3.83% Vodafone 129.98 -0.28% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,262.8 -3.60% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,208.2 -3.44% Tullow Oil (TLW) 30.29 -0.99 (-3.16%)
waldron
22/7/2020
09:25
Large And Unexpected Crude Build Halts Oil Rally By Julianne Geiger - Jul 21, 2020, 3:48 PM CDT The American Petroleum Institute (API) estimated on Tuesday a build in crude oil inventories of 7.544 million barrels for the week ending July 17. Bulls were disappointed with the news, as analysts had predicted an inventory draw of 1.950 million barrels. In the previous week, the API reported a major decrease in crude oil inventories of 8.322 million barrels, after analysts had predicted a much smaller draw. WTI was trading up on Tuesday afternoon prior to the API’s data release, with markets ignoring the uptick in the number of new coronavirus cases in the United States, instead focusing on the vaccine prospects and a successful European stimulus package that was passed. Prices had reached levels not seen since March, prior to the oil price war that Russia and Saudi Arabia waged on the world, and prior to the settling in of the pandemic in the world’s second-largest oil consumer—the United States. Oil production in the United States has now fallen from 13.1 million bpd on March 13 to 11 million bpd for July 10, according to the Energy Information Administration, for the fourth week in a row. Production has rebounded somewhat from week ending June 12, which saw an average of just 10.5 million bpd produced. At 1:13 pm EDT on Tuesday the WTI benchmark was trading up on the day by $0.93 (+2.28%) at $41.74—about $2 above last week’s levels. The price of a Brent barrel was trading up as well, by $0.99 (+2.29%), at $44.27—also $2 per barrel higher than this time last week. The API reported a draw of 2.019 million barrels of gasoline for week ending July 10—compared to last week’s 3.611-barrel draw. This week’s draw compares to analyst expectations for a 1.175-million-barrel draw for the week. Distillate inventories were down by 1.357 million barrels for the week, compared to last week’s 3.03-million-barrel build, while Cushing inventories saw an increase of 716,000 barrels. At 4:48 pm EDT, WTI was trading at $41.76 while Brent was trading at $44.31. By Julianne Geiger for Oilprice.com
ariane
22/7/2020
08:01
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florenceorbis
21/7/2020
20:42
Shell, Gazprom Neft in JV deal for Siberian development Jul. 21, 2020 2:59 PM ET|About: Public Joint Stock Company ... (OGZPY)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Russia's Gazprom Neft (OTCPK:OGZPY) says it signed an agreement with Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B) to form a joint venture to develop a large-scale hydrocarbon cluster on the Gydan Peninsula in Siberia. The JV will study a large, promising cluster in the northeastern part of the peninsula containing at least 135M metric tons of oil equivalent hydrocarbon resources. Following completion, expected this year following receipt of corporate and regulatory approvals, the partners will hold 50-50 stakes in the JV. Gazprom and Shell also are partners in the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, which appears poised for completion after Denmark regulators recently approved a petition that gave the project a technical workaround to U.S. sanctions.
waldron
21/7/2020
17:54
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 44.44 +2.82% Gasoline NYMEX 1.26 +3.81% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.70 +1.07% WTI 41.885 USD +2.65% FTSE 100 6,269.73 +0.13% Dow Jones 26,973.88 +1.10% CAC 40 5,104.28 +0.22% SBF 120 4,019.95 +0.24% Euro STOXX 50 3,405.35 +0.45% DAX 13,171.83 +0.96% Ftse Mib 20,708.66 +0.42% Eni 8.929 +1.69% Total 33.755 +1.66% Engie 11.31 -0.79% Orange 10.935 -1.58% Bp 315.95 +4.21% Vodafone 130.34 +0.82% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,310 +2.92% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,251.2 +2.78% Tullow Oil (TLW) 31.28 +1.05 (+3.47%)
waldron
21/7/2020
08:01
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florenceorbis
20/7/2020
18:26
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.13 -0.02% Gasoline NYMEX 1.21 +0.15% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.67 -5.27% WTI 40.57 USD -0.02% FTSE 100 6,261.52 -0.46% Dow Jones 26,630.45 -0.16% CAC 40 5,093.18 +0.47% SBF 120 4,010.46 +0.51% Euro STOXX 50 3,388.34 +0.62% DAX 13,046.92 +0.99% Ftse Mib 20,647.79 +1.12% Eni 8.781 -0.36% Total 33.205 -1.83% Engie 11.4 +2.29% Orange 11.11 +0.95% Bp 303.2 -1.97% Vodafone 129.28 -0.40% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,272.8 -2.33% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,217.4 -1.87% Tullow Oil (TLW) : 30.03: -0.65 (-2.12%)
waldron
20/7/2020
07:00
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florenceorbis
19/7/2020
16:56
Http://www.shell.com/global/aboutshell/investor/financial-calendar.html July 30, 2020 Second quarter 2020 results and second quarter 2020 interim dividend announcement
grupo
19/7/2020
16:12
LNG Markets May Not Recover Until 2021 By Nick Cunningham - Jul 19, 2020, 10:00 AM CDT Join Our Community The cash margin for U.S. LNG exporters improved slightly in the second quarter, but will likely remain negative for the duration of 2020, according to a new report. The LNG glut is hurting both buyers and sellers. In Japan, the largest power generator, JERA, is losing tens of billions of yen because it has contracted to buy LNG at prices linked to crude oil, but because it cannot use all of the gas, it typically resells some cargoes. The problem is that JERA has to resell cargoes on the spot market, where prices are much lower than the oil-linked price. In effect, the group is buying high and selling low. The worldwide glut has funneled more natural gas into storage around the world. With storage elevated in Europe, the market signaled that supply cuts were necessary. The U.S., which has the most flexible contracting terms (which the industry sold as a feature), is shouldering the burden of rebalancing. The margin for exporting LNG is negative, and could remain negative for the duration of 2020, according to a new report from the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES). “This means that an average US LNG cargo would not cover its short-run marginal cash costs delivering to Europe or Asia at current prices,” OIES said. U.S. LNG exporters have seen dozens of cancelled cargoes because of the glut, although for companies like Cheniere Energy, their finances are somewhat protected because buyers still have to pay fees even if they cancel the cargoes. The markets are pricing in an improvement in 2021, which is based on “either a very significant surge in Asian gas demand in 2021 or another round of LNG shut-ins to support the gas price,” OIES said. The report forecasts margins remaining below levels that might signal new investment in new capacity through the end of 2023. “It is therefore clearly relevant to ask whether we should expect to see any new US LNG investment decisions being taken in the foreseeable future, especially with buyers not rushing to sign new long-term contracts,” OIES wrote. In the short run, cancelled LNG cargoes could divert more natural gas into inventories. U.S. gas storage levels are at the top end of the five-year average range, and Henry Hub prices averaged $1.81 in the first half of the year, a record low for that six-month period. On the other side of the globe, buyers are growing anxious with an arrangement that has them locked into rigid agreements. The financial losses for JERA are accelerating a push to seek more flexible contract terms, a trend that was already growing in recent years as LNG markets became larger and more liquid (no pun intended). Related: Shell’s Big Bet On Floating LNG May Be A Flop “Long-term SPAs [sales and purchase agreements] with rigid terms are no longer suitable for a rapidly changing market,” Hitoshi Nishizawa, a senior executive officer at JERA, said at a recent energy conference in Japan, according to Asia Times Financial. The change occurred earlier in Europe with the steady demise of oil-linked pricing. In Asia, the market evolution has been a bit slower, but now appears ready to accelerate with the oil-linked price so detached from JKM spot prices. “Although Covid-19 issues remain more important at present, there seems little doubt that if this trend persists we could see a real challenge to oil-linked pricing of LNG in Asia, with the JKM marker already becoming an increasingly important price benchmark,” OIES wrote in its report. Japan – the largest LNG importer in the world – saw LNG imports decline by nearly 19 percent in May, year-on-year. The pandemic-related downturn is hollowing out investment in both oil and gas. The number of projects receiving final investment decisions is expected to fall by 75 percent this year, according to Rystad Energy. The total amount of money funneled into new projects will drop to just $47 billion, a very low number that is actually inflated by a set of projects in Norway and Russia. In 2019, the amount of money invested in new oil and gas projects reached $197 billion. By Nick Cunningham, Oilprice.com
grupo
18/7/2020
07:21
Https://www.spglobal.com/platts/en/market-insights/latest-news/natural-gas/071720-shell-to-close-norways-knarr-oil-field-early-npd 17 Jul 2020 | 13:53 UTC London Shell submits plan for Norway Knarr oil field closure Author Nick Coleman Editor Aastha Agnihotri Commodity Natural Gas, Oil Highlights Field produced 13,000 b/d of oil last year Shell reducing Norway upstream involvement Still holds stakes in Ormen Lange, CCS project London — Shell is to cease production from Norway's Knarr oil field, which has been producing at over 10,000 b/d, after an in-fill development well was drilled to maximize recovery, the Anglo-Dutch oil and gas major said July 17. Knarr produces from a floating production storage and offloading vessel in the northern part of the North Sea and came on stream in 2015. Production last year averaged 13,000 b/d of liquids, mainly crude oil, falling in the first five months of this year to 11,000 b/d, data from the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate shows. Shell has scaled back its presence in Norway and unlike BP and Total does not hold a stake, direct or indirect, in the Johan Sverdrup field, which has been replenishing production in Europe's highest-producing country. However, it operates the Ormen Lange gas field, with a stake of just 17.8%, and holds minority stakes in other fields, and is also a partner in the Northern Lights carbon capture and storage project. In an email, Shell noted it is obliged by Norwegian regulations to submit a decommissioning plan to the authorities at least two years before closing down a field, which it did earlier this year. "A final end of field life timing has not been set," it said. It added that an in-fill well had been drilled in the second quarter "as part of the strategy of maximizing value from Knarr." The NPD in a separate statement listed the field as one of three for which cessation of production plans have been submitted this year, the others -- Heimdal and Vale -- already having production under 1,000 b/d. Shell has announced a 20% capital expenditure cut this year and said it expects to take a post-tax impairment of between $15-$22 billion in the second quarter, while also slashing its dividend for the first time since World War II.
sarkasm
17/7/2020
17:29
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.24 -0.16% Gasoline NYMEX 1.20 -1.23% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.78 -0.17% WTI 40.52 USD -0.63% FTSE 100 6,290.3 +0.63% Dow Jones 26,668.75 -0.25% CAC 40 5,069.42 -0.31% SBF 120 3,989.92 -0.39% Euro STOXX 50 3,365.6 -0.03% DAX 12,919.61 +0.35% Ftse Mib 20,396.77 +0.20% Eni 8.813 -0.92% Total 33.825 -1.74% Engie 11.145 -1.15% Orange 11.005 +0.18% Bp 309.3 -1.01% Vodafone 129.8 +1.84% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,303.2 -1.47% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,240.6 -1.12% Tullow Oil (TLW) : 30.68 +0.56 (+1.86%)
waldron
17/7/2020
07:27
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florenceorbis
16/7/2020
17:26
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.61 -0.05% Gasoline NYMEX 1.22 -1.82% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.80 -1.43% (WTI) 41.015 USD +0.12% FTSE 100 6,250.69 -0.67% Dow Jones 26,728.52 -0.53% CAC 40 5,085.28 -0.46% SBF 120 4,005.41 -0.34% Euro STOXX 50 3,365.35 -0.57% DAX 12,874.97 -0.43% Ftse Mib 20,368.7 +0.43% Eni 8.895 +0.67% Total 34.425 +0.28% Engie 11.275 +0.89% Orange 10.985 +0.55% Bp 312.45 +0.71% Vodafone 127.46 -0.03% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,322.6 -0.14% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,254.6 -0.38% Tullow Oil (TLW) 30.12 -1.11 (-3.55%)
waldron
16/7/2020
12:13
RDSA Jefferies International Hold up from 1,150.00 to 1,360.00 Reiterates
la forge
16/7/2020
06:54
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florenceorbis
15/7/2020
17:45
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.28 +0.09% Gasoline NYMEX 1.23 -2.09% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.77 -0.84% WTI 40.61 USD +0.28% FTSE 100 6,292.65 +1.83% Dow Jones 26,697.2 +0.20% CAC 40 5,108.98 +2.03% SBF 120 4,018.99 +1.96% Euro STOXX 50 3,378.21 +2.00% DAX 12,930.98 +1.84% Ftse Mib 20,308.22 +2.16% Eni 8.836 +0.60% Total 34.33 +0.84% Engie 11.175 +1.50% Orange 10.925 +0.46% Bp 310.25 +1.89% Vodafone 127.5 +0.47% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,324.4 +1.13% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,259.4 +0.95% Tullow Oil (TLW) 31.23 +1.04 (+3.44%)
waldron
15/7/2020
11:10
offshoreengery News Shell buys stake in Australian LNG trading platform start-up GLX Shell buys stake in Australian LNG trading platform start-up GLX Business developments & projects July 15, 2020, by Adnan Bajic The Hague-based LNG giant Shell has bought a ‘minor stake’ in GLX Digital, an Australian trading software solutions developer for global commodity markets. Shell buys stake in Australian LNG trading platform start-up GLX Courtesy of Shell GLX said in its statement, its platform allows Shell’s LNG trading teams to buy and sell LNG cargoes. The platform is connecting in real-time more than 75 global energy companies that have already signed up to the GLX Connect platform. Recently appointed GLX Chairman Mark Barnaba, who is also a current board member of the Reserve Bank of Australia, believes the new investment validates the emergence of digitalisation across global commodity markets. “This development is not just significant for the LNG sector, but the digitalisation of commodity markets globally,” Barnaba said. Steve Hill, executive vice president for Shell Energy stated, “this digital platform is a natural step in the continued evolution of the global LNG market and as a leading LNG player, we are keen to be part of this. The sophistication of the GLX software in combination with the high caliber and quality of the management team gives GLX a strong base for the future.”
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