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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
  0.60 0.04% 1,485.20 1,485.20 1,485.60 1,500.40 1,482.20 1,488.40 1,820,381 13:02:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 13,205.3 -19,723.5 -203.3 - 60,912

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08/8/2020
09:27
Hot weather sends natural gas prices surging WTI remains above $41 as it stays in narrow price band By Mella McEwen, MRT.com/Midland Reporter-Telegram Published 5:55 pm CDT, Friday, August 7, 2020 West Texas Intermediate eked out a small gain this week, remaining above $41 a barrel as it continues to be stuck in a narrow trading band. West Texas Intermediate eked out a small gain this week, remaining above $41 a barrel as it continues to be stuck in a narrow trading band. Natural gas prices, however, saw strong gains this week, starting with a 30-cent jump Monday that put it over $2.10 per Mcf on the New York Mercantile Exchange. That was followed by a 9-cent gain Tuesday, then prices slumped lightly Wednesday and Thursday before gaining 7 cents Friday to close at $2.24 per Mcf. That’s well above the $1.80 Mcf at last Friday’s close. “NYMEX Henry Hub posted substantial gains on August 3 and 4 due to an easing of storage availability fears, excessive heat in June and July and more of the same expected in August and signs of strengthening LNG export demand,” Midlander Mike Banschbach, an oil gas, and natural gas liquids marketing consultant, told the Reporter-Telegram by email. “However, prices in the Permian were tempered by the rising basis between Waha and Henry Hub, resulting in a modest 15 cent per MMBtu gain in Waha prices for the fourth quarter.” Banschbach said that if crude prices creep up above $45 a barrel later in the year, prompting Permian producers to drill and complete wells, that will result in more natural gas – associated with the crude production – being put in the market and that will put downward pressure on the Permian natural gas price. WTI on the NYMEX reported three days of gains this week, putting it above $42 a barrel Wednesday before prices slumped the final two days of the week. WTI fell 73 cents to close at $41.22 per barrel Friday, up from $41.04 at Monday’s close. The posted price ended the week at $37.75 a barrel. Bloomberg reported that crude prices were weakened by renewed tensions between the U.S. and China, which the news service said rattled markets already reeling from uncertainty over a new round of economic stimulus to help the economy through the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Bloomberg, crude is testing the upper bound of its recent trading range after hitting a five-month high this week amid shrinking U.S. stockpiles. But taking the wind out of any sustained breakout rally is the spotty recovery in oil consumption, with crude imports into China shrinking in July. Roger Diwan, vice president, financial services at IHS Markit, said in a market assessment that prices are emerging “bruised and battered from the worst of the COVID-19 outbreak” and are now at a delicate point as prices transition to what his company calls Phase II of its three phased of market recovery. The second phase is the “just-in-time” phase in which surplus inventories are being worked down in parallel with rising supplies as spare supply capacity returns from the OPEC+ alliance and North American producers. “The record cuts set in motion in May and June by Saudi Arabia and its OPEC+ partners played a pivotal role in accelerating the improbable rebalancing of global oil markets. With demand recovering from April lows and after giving markets an extra month to find their footing, these exporters have now moved from managing the immediate surplus of the crisis towards managing the recovery,” Diwan wrote in his assessment. “The recent display of restored harmony among OPEC+ heavyweights Saudi Arabia and Russia illustrates that the strategic debate within the group over price levels and market share has time to run,” he wrote. “As long as prices hold in the current range, demand concerns will likely help keep the agreement on course. When prices surpass $50 a barrel, potentially lifting capital spending in the United States higher, that is when changes to the tenor of the discussion, and the divergence of interest could start to play out.”
gibbs1
08/8/2020
07:45
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 48.53 Gasoline NYMEX 1.32 Natural Gas NYMEX 2.44 WTI 41.53 USD -1.21% FTSE 100 6,032.18 +0.09% Dow Jones 27,433.48 +0.17% CAC 40 4,889.52 +0.09% SBF 120 3,869.15 +0.12% Euro STOXX 50 3,252.65 +0.28% DAX 12,674.88 +0.66% Ftse Mib 19,516.43 +0.21% Eni 7.806 -1.71% Total 32.795 -0.76% Engie 11.625 +0.22% Orange 9.704 -0.35% Bp 287.25 -2.71% Vodafone 116.74 +0.64% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,154.6 -1.80% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,116.8 -1.74% Tullow Oil (TLW) : 25.48: -1.51 (-5.59%)
waldron
07/8/2020
13:46
Chevron may need to close Gorgon LNG over safety concerns Aug. 7, 2020 7:32 AM ET|About: Chevron Corporation (CVX)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Western Australia's government has ordered an urgent inspection of critical equipment on two of the three trains of Chevron's (NYSE:CVX) Gorgon liquefied natural gas plant following safety concerns raised by a trade union. The order raises the possibility that the plant may need to be closed to carry out the inspections of the propane heat exchangers on the two trains by an Aug. 21 deadline to see if the same cracks that are requiring repairs to Train 2 are also present there. Gorgon LNG is one of the world's largest liquefied natural gas plants, with the capacity to produce 15.6M mt/year of LNG; it is 47.3% owned and operated by Chevron, while Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B) owns 25% and Japanese firms hold smaller stakes. Train 2 has been shut since May for planned maintenance, which was extended after a routine inspection of the train's propane heat exchangers found weld quality problems.
grupo guitarlumber
03/8/2020
08:34
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florenceorbis
02/8/2020
08:43
BP's prized dividend faces chop after Covid triggers £5.2bn loss BP is scheduled to unveil half-year figures on Tuesday City analysts said BP could cut or shelve its payout alongside the figures By Ben Harrington For The Mail On Sunday Published: 22:31 BST, 1 August 2020 | Updated: 23:02 BST, 1 August 2020 BP is being widely tipped to slash its £6.7billion dividend this week. The FTSE 100-listed oil giant, which is run by Bernard Looney, is scheduled to unveil half-year figures on Tuesday. City analysts said BP could cut or shelve its payout alongside the figures, which have been forecast to show a $6.8billion (£5.2billion) loss in the second quarter of this year. City analysts said BP could cut or shelve its payout alongside its half year figures on Tuesday Colin Smith, an analyst at Panmure Gordon, said: 'We now expect BP to cut its dividend... with the second quarter results.' Analysts at Quest, the cash flow specialist division of Canaccord Genuity, have also placed BP on its 'dividend at risk' list. BP generates the largest dividend payments amongst the FTSE 100 blue chip stocks. Both private investors and big City pension funds and institutions would be upset by the cut. Small shareholders in particular rely on companies such as BP for income in retirement – especially as bank savings accounts now generate almost zero returns. The potential reduction of BP's dividend comes after Royal Dutch Shell cut its payout for the first time since the Second World War. Shell's dividend was slashed by 66 per cent – from $15billion last year to $5billion this year. The move came after the oil price crashed following a massive row between Saudi Arabia and Russia. At one point in April, the oil price in the US fell below zero for the first time in history. Ben van Beurden, Shell's chief executive, said the 'monumental' decision to reset the company's dividend earlier this year was difficult but necessary to preserve the financial resilience of the company against the crisis of 'uncertainty'. BP, though, opted not to cut its dividend, which at the time surprised many City analysts and investors. Analysts expect BP will next week unveil a $6.8billion loss for the second quarter. During the same period last year, it generated a $2.8billion profit. Experts also expect BP to reveal that it will take between $13billion and $17.5billion of non-cash charges following financial blows and exploration write-offs. The latter could total between $8billion and $10billion. Aside from BP, other FTSE 100 dividends could be at risk this week. Diageo, the Johnny Walker to Smirnoff drinks giant, is also scheduled to announce full-year results which may include a cut in its shareholder payout. Royal Dutch Shell cut its payout for the first time since the Second World War The company will come under pressure to reduce the dividend after the closure of pubs and hospitality venues for months due to lockdown hammered its sales. Last year, Diageo handed shareholders £1.6billion in dividends. The total amount of dividends paid out by British firms is expected to halve this year as companies look to preserve cash. Some of the most reliable dividend payers including BT and HSBC have slashed their payouts. Research by investment firm Octopus Investments found many income-focused fund managers have already removed BP from their portfolios over fears for the dividend. The proportion of equity income funds that include BP dived from 61 per cent in January to 43 per cent by the end of May.
sarkasm
31/7/2020
21:18
RDSB Berenberg Hold up from 1,440.00 to 1,450.00 Reiterates RDSA Credit Suisse Outperform down from 1,700.00 to 1,600.00 Reiterates
gibbs1
31/7/2020
18:06
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.14 -0.25% Gasoline NYMEX 1.15 -3.09% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.81 -1.58% WTI 39.84 USD -1.08% FTSE 100 5,897.76 -1.54% Dow Jones 26,179.01 -0.51% CAC 40 4,783.69 -1.43% SBF 120 3,780.88 -1.27% Euro STOXX 50 3,174.32 -0.81% DAX 12,313.36 -0.54% Ftse Mib 19,181.04 -0.25% Eni 7.541 -3.54% Total 31.3 -1.97% Engie 11.29 +4.01% Orange 9.912 -0.44% Bp 275.15 -2.89% Vodafone 115.56 -2.55% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,121.6 -3.21% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,080.8 -2.96% Tullow Oil (TLW) 25.12 : -1.02 (-4.23%)
waldron
31/7/2020
06:23
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florenceorbis
30/7/2020
06:03
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florenceorbis
29/7/2020
19:04
Shell Q2 2020 Earnings Preview Jul. 29, 2020 1:51 PM ET|About: Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDS.A)|By: Vandana Singh, SA News Editor Shell (NYSE:RDS.A) is scheduled to announce Q2 earnings results on Thursday, July 30th, before market open. The consensus EPS Estimate is -$0.24 and the consensus Revenue Estimate is $53.7B (-40.7% Y/Y). Over the last 2 years, RDS.A has beaten EPS estimates 50% of the time and has beaten revenue estimates 75% of the time.
waldron
29/7/2020
06:07
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florenceorbis
28/7/2020
09:45
DIVI DATES Https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html Announcement date July 30, 2020 Ex-dividend date August 13, 2020 Record date August 14, 2020 Closing of currency election date (see Note below) August 28, 2020 Pounds sterling and euro equivalents announcement date September 8, 2020 Payment date September 21, 2020 Note A different currency election date may apply to shareholders holding shares in a securities account with a bank or financial institution ultimately holding through Euroclear Nederland. This may also apply to other shareholders who do not hold their shares either directly on the Register of Members or in the corporate sponsored nominee arrangement. Shareholders can contact their broker, financial intermediary, bank or financial institution for the election deadline that applies.
grupo guitarlumber
28/7/2020
06:43
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florenceorbis
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%)
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