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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
  0.00 0.0% 919.40 922.10 922.70 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 260,049.0 19,217.3 148.5 6.1 37,707

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09/9/2020
05:32
Trump's Drilling Ban Bombshell Rocks Oil Industry By Julianne Geiger - Sep 08, 2020, 5:00 PM CDT Join Our Community U.S. President Donald Trump shocked the oil industry today with a surprise announcement that he would extend the existing moratorium on oil drilling on parts of Florida’s, South Carolina’s, and Georgia’s coast, according to Politico. The announcement was a complete surprise, according to Politico, even to congressional aides, lobbyists, and industry officials who have been working on this very issue. The announcement is a complete shift from the White House’s previous stance, which sought to open up those areas to oil drilling, although most had expected the President to wait until after the election. President Trump had declared his intention to open up those areas to drilling years ago, but Florida’s Governor Rick Scott at the time—a Republican—was a staunch opponent of the plan, citing his state’s strong tourism industry. Rick Scott now serves as a Senator. Florida Senator Marco Rubio, also a Republican, is a fierce opponent to opening up these areas to oil drilling as well. Back in 2018, Florida voters weren’t so sure how they felt about a ban on offshore oil drilling; 54% of voters were in favor of a ban, while 42% were against. Florida’s 29 electoral votes will be hard fought for on the campaign trail this year as a critical swing state, and it appears that the White House views the battleground state as anti-coastal drilling. According to a PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) analysis of API polling data, however, the oil industry has strong support in key battleground states, with 93 percent of voters in critical states seeing it as important for the U.S. to produce enough energy to keep it from relying on foreign oil, while 92% believe that keeping oil and gasoline prices affordable is important. 82% of voters recognize the value that oil and gas have on their lives, and 73% believe that nat gas and oil will still be a significant part of America’s energy needs in 2040. What’s more, 63% believe that the nat gas and oil industries will be critical for helping the economy recover from the current pandemic. For Florida specifically, nearly two-thirds of Florida voters—including a majority of Democrats, say they would be “more likely to vote for a candidate who supports access to oil and gas produced in the U.S.” 82% of Florida voters support continued investments in the oil industry, while 84% want to minimize harm to the environment. The move may be just the ticket for the President, lying somewhere between protecting the treasured coast while still being seen as supportive of the overall industry. By Julianne Geiger for Oilprice.com
misca2
08/9/2020
07:31
Royal Dutch Shell plc Royal Dutch Shell Plc Second Quarter 2020 Euro And Gbp Equivalent Dividend Payments 08 September 2020 - 07:30AM Dow Jones News Print Share On Facebook TIDMRDSA TIDMRDSB The Hague, September 8, 2020 - The Board of Royal Dutch Shell plc ("RDS") today announced the pounds sterling and euro equivalent dividend payments in respect of the second quarter 2020 interim dividend, which was announced on July 30, 2020 at US$0.16 per A ordinary share ("A Share") and B ordinary share ("B Share"). Dividends on A Shares will be paid, by default, in euros at the rate of EUR0.1353 per A Share. Holders of A Shares who have validly submitted US dollars or pounds sterling currency elections by August 28, 2020 will be entitled to a dividend of US$0.16 or 12.09p per A Share, respectively. Dividends on B Shares will be paid, by default, in pounds sterling at the rate of 12.09p per B Share. Holders of B Shares who have validly submitted US dollars or euros currency elections by August 28, 2020 will be entitled to a dividend of US$0.16 or EUR0.1353 per B Share, respectively. Euro and pounds sterling dividends payable in cash have been converted from US dollars based on an average of market exchange rates over the three dealing days from 3 to 7 September 2020. This dividend will be payable on September 21, 2020 to those members whose names were on the Register of Members on August 14, 2020. Taxation - cash dividend Cash dividends on A Shares will be subject to the deduction of Dutch dividend withholding tax at the rate of 15%, which may be reduced in certain circumstances. Non-Dutch resident shareholders, depending on their particular circumstances, may be entitled to a full or partial refund of Dutch dividend withholding tax. If you are uncertain as to the tax treatment of any dividends you should consult your tax advisor. Royal Dutch Shell plc ENQUIRIES: Media: International +44 (0) 207 934 5550 Americas +1 832 337 4355
sarkasm
06/9/2020
09:11
Oil industry betting future on ‘shaky plastics’ as world battles waste, says climate think tank Features & AnalysisOil & GasRefinery By James Murray 04 Sep 2020 The Carbon Tracker Initiative said the fossil fuel industry is taking this action as the world “starts to tackle plastic waste” and governments “act to hit climate targets” Oil industry plastics waste The report claims the oil industry's action risks up to $400bn worth of stranded petrochemical investments, increasing the likelihood of peak oil demand (Credit: Needpix.com) The oil industry is pinning its hopes on strong plastics demand growth that “will not materialise”, according to a new report. Analysis by the Carbon Tracker Initiative, a London-based climate change think tank, said the fossil fuel industry is taking this action as the world “starts to tackle plastic waste” and governments “act to hit climate targets”. It claims this risks up to $400bn worth of stranded petrochemical investments, increasing the likelihood of peak oil demand. The central scenarios for UK oil major BP and the International Energy Agency imply that plastics demand will be the “largest driver of oil demand growth”, making up 95% and 45% of growth to 2040 respectively, as oil demand is “challenged in its core area of transport”, according to the report. Carbon Tracker energy strategist and lead author of the report, Kingsmill Bond, said: “If you remove the plastic pillar holding up the future of the oil industry, the whole narrative of rising oil demand collapses.” Virgin plastic demand growth could plummet from 4% a year to under 1% Carbon Tracker’s analysis found that “mounting pressure to curtail the use of plastics” – now a worldwide public concern – could slash virgin plastic demand growth from 4% a year to under 1%, with demand peaking in 2027. It said the implication for Big Oil is that the industry will “lose its primary growth driver”, making it “more likely” oil demand peaked as early as 2019. Oil industry plastics waste The range of plastic externalities per tonne in US dollars (Credit: Carbon Tracker Initiative) The petrochemical industry is already facing record-low plastic feedstock prices as a result of massive overcapacity. But, despite that, it plans to expand supply for virgin plastics use by a quarter at a cost of at least $400bn in the next five years, which Carbon Tracker believes is risking “huge losses for investors”. The think tank claims the plastics industry is a “bloated behemoth, ripe for disruption”. It added: “Plastics imposes an externality cost on society of at least $1,000 per tonne, or $350 billion a year, from emitting carbon dioxide, associated health costs from noxious gases, collection costs and the alarming growth in ocean pollution. “And yet, it receives more in subsidy than it pays in taxation, and until recently there have been very few constraints on how you can use plastics. “Meanwhile, 36% of plastic is used only once, 40% ends up polluting the environment and less than 10% is actually recycled.” Policymakers in Europe and China taking steps to ‘clamp down on plastics waste’ SYSTEMIQ, a systems change company that worked on the report with Carbon Tracker, said technological innovations are already available to enable a “massive reduction” in plastic usage at “lower cost than business as usual”. The solutions it notes include reuse, with better design and regulation of product, substitutions such as paper, and a large increase in recycling. The report highlights how policymakers in Europe and China are already taking steps to “clamp down on plastics waste” and said they have a wide range of tools they can use, from regulation and bans to taxes, targets and recycling infrastructure. “The EU, for example, in July 2020 proposed an €800/t ($944) tax on unrecycled waste plastic, while China has similar regulatory aspirations and has started to ban certain types of plastic,” it added. “In China, the first major flag came in 2018 when the country largely closed down its industry for importing and processing plastic waste – the world’s largest – forcing exporters to solve the waste issue at home.” A ‘stagnation217; in plastic demand in developed markets The report notes that there has been a “stagnation in demand” in developed markets and a “leapfrog̶1; in emerging markets. “As has been seen in other areas of the energy system, OECD plastic demand is stagnating at the same time as emerging market leaders are looking for alternative solutions to plastic,” it added. “A further critical element that will dim the rosy petrochemical demand picture painted by incumbents is the effects of global policy action to tackle climate change. “Carbon dioxide is produced at every stage of the plastic value chain – including being burnt, buried or recycled, not just extraction of oil and manufacturing.”; Carbon Tracker said its analysis therefore finds that “plastic releases roughly twice as much CO2 as producing a tonne of oil”. On the assumption that 350 million tonnes (Mt) of plastic demand with a total carbon footprint of about five tonnes of CO2 per tonne of plastic, that implies 1.75 gigatonnes (Gt) of CO2, according to the report. It notes that a continuation of current growth rates would see the carbon footprint of plastics double by the middle of the century to about 3.5Gt. This is despite the Paris Agreement, an international climate pact aiming to limit the rise in global temperatures, implying that CO2 emissions — which stood at 33Gt from the energy sector in 2018 — will have to halve by 2030 and reach zero by the middle of the century. Bond believes it is “simply delusional” for the plastics industry to imagine it can double its carbon emissions at the same time as the rest of the world is attempting to cut them to zero.
sarkasm
06/9/2020
07:43
Https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/oil-prices-face-a-chill-autumn-wind-1.1490174
sarkasm
06/9/2020
06:39
Https://www.forbes.com/sites/scottcarpenter/2020/09/05/why-the-oil-industrys-400-billion-bet-on-plastics-could-backfire/#275c7e4143fe
sarkasm
05/9/2020
09:22
Hungary signs gas supply deal with Shell in first with western energy firm Sep. 4, 2020 2:51 PM ET|About: Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDS.A)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A +0.3%) has agreed to a long-term liquefied natural gas supply agreement with Hungary for 250M cm/year through Croatia's planned LNG import terminal, says Hungary's foreign affairs minister Szijjarto, who adds that the deal is the first long-term agreement with a western energy company in the country's history. Hungary has relied mostly on Russian gas and has never had a long-term supply agreement with any supplier other than Russia's Gazprom. But the government also has been in talks with Gazprom in a bid to reorganize its long-term contractual arrangements for Russian gas imports after two of four agreements expired last year. Shell shares recently were downgraded to a Sell equivalent rating at Barclays, which said the company could deliver significant free cash flow in the long term but the shares are expensive in the near term.
gibbs1
04/9/2020
16:54
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 42.74 -2.93% Gasoline NYMEX 1.17 -3.20% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.93 +0.14% WTI 39.98USD -2.42% FTSE 100 5,799.08 -0.88% Dow Jones 27,850.02 -1.56% CAC 40 4,965.07 -0.89% SBF 120 3,926.6 -0.86% Euro STOXX 50 3,260.59 -1.05% DAX 12,842.66 -1.65% Ftse Mib 19,324.71 -1.16% Eni 7.645 -0.66% Total 32.965 -0.74% Engie 11.64 -1.90% Orange 9.218 -1.12% Bp 257.5 -0.87% Vodafone 105.26 -2.27% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,078.2 -0.26% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,035.6 -0.40% Tullow Oil (TLW) 20.44 0.14 (0.69%)
waldron
02/9/2020
11:59
Https://seekingalpha.com/article/4372070-total-se-looking-ahead?utm_medium=email&utm_source=seeking_alpha&mail_subject=tot-total-se-looking-ahead&utm_campaign=rta-stock-article&utm_content=link-2 Total SE Looking Ahead Sep. 2, 2020 7:11 AM ET| Summary Total S.A. revenues came in at $25.73 billion (including the excise taxes) or $21.56 billion net, down 49.8% from $51.24 billion generated in the year-ago quarter. Total hydrocarbon production during the second quarter of 2020 averaged 2,846K Boep/d, down from 2,957K Boep/d the same quarter last year. The company set the second quarterly dividend to €0.66 per share. TOT is one of my main long-term oil investments. 2020 Guidance TOTAL indicates 2020 production in the range of 290K-295K Boep/d, taking into consideration OPEC+ quotas and the present situation in Libya. Due to the unprecedented drop in oil prices and global demand for commodities, the company elected to preserve liquidity by cutting down planned CapEx by at least 25% for 2020. TOTAL plans to invest $14 billion in CapEx 2020. Management wants to lower operating costs by $1 billion compared to 2019 levels by accomplishing cost-saving measures. Conclusion and Technical Analysis Just one word regarding TOTAL SE's focus on renewable energy. It is a growing energy source. According to Fitch, "renewables was the only energy source that grew in Europe during the pandemic, despite an overall reduction in energy consumption." TOTAL estimates that renewable energies will represent more than 30% in the global energy mix by 2040. TOTAL is expecting to produce 25GW as a target for installed power generation capacity from renewable sources in 2025. CEO Pouyanne said in the conference call: Globally, we will invest close to $2 billion this year or about 15%, one five, of our CapEx in low-carbon electricity to build the future. And our low-carbon electricity growth capacity has increased this quarter from three gigawatts to about five gigawatts, thanks to our new Indian solar JV. We produced 2,900 gigawatt hour during the quarter, and we sold more than 25 terawatts hour, the ambition being to be balanced between our own production and our sales. One recent project is the TOTAL/Macquarie to partner on giant South Korean floating wind projects announced on Sep 1. However, Total is not investing in renewable only and continues to invest in oil and natural gas as well. One successful example is the recent discovery in Block 58 off the coast of Suriname. Total and Apache Corporation have made a significant third discovery with the Kwaskwasi-1 well [...] The well was drilled by a water depth of about 1.000 meters and encountered a total of 278 meters net pay of hydrocarbons, which comprises 149 meters net in good quality Campano-Maastrichtian Technical Analysis TOT is forming a descending triangle pattern with support around $37.25 and resistance at $40. The short-term strategy is to take some profit off the table between $40 and $41.40 (200 MA). I would consider accumulating again between $38 and $37. It is just a blueprint and will have to be adjusted weekly. Oil and gas prices are very volatile and could drop or rally on short notice. Author's note: If you find value in this article and would like to encourage such continued efforts, please click the "Like" button below as a vote of support. Thanks!
ariane
02/9/2020
11:20
Royal Dutch Shell vs BP: which oil stock would I buy now? Stuart Blair | Wednesday, 2nd September, 2020 | Oil stocks have significantly underperformed the market this year. Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: RDSB) has fallen around 54%, while its counterpart BP (LSE: BP) has seen a drop of around 47%. Nonetheless, with Brent Crude now priced above $45, investing in oil stocks looks a far more attractive proposition than it did a couple of months ago. As a result, are BP and Royal Dutch Shell buys at their current prices, and which one is the best pick? Royal Dutch Shell Second-quarter earnings for the oil major were understandably very poor. In fact, after an impairment charge of $16.8bn, net income came to a loss of $18.1bn. On the face of it, these earnings paint a very gloomy picture. As such, it’s clear why the Shell share price has fallen nearly 20% since. Nevertheless, upon further inspection of the earnings, there are a number of positives to take away. For example, on an adjusted earnings basis, the oil stock actually made $638m. While adjusted earnings exclude one-off items and can potentially just ignore all the ‘bad stuff’, it’s still a great sign to see the company making a good profit in this challenging quarter. It also had positive cash flow of $243m. Although this does not cover the dividend as yet, I’m still encouraged that it’s in positive territory. This was mainly the result of the company reducing capital expenditures. Consequently, with average oil prices under $30 for the second quarter, I feel the worst may be over for Shell. With third-quarter results due at the end of October, a significant improvement could therefore be met with a sharp increase in the share price. BP After both cutting its dividend and announcing further investment into renewable energy, BP shares have fallen 13%. Of course, this does reflect the fact that the oil stock made an underlying loss of $6.7bn. Even so, the news has not been all negative for BP. For example, the firm has managed to strengthen its finances by issuing $11.9bn in hybrid bonds. Net debt has also been reduced by over $10bn since the first quarter, and this has subsequently seen gearing reduce by 3% to 33%. This contrasts with Shell, where net debt increased by $3bn following the first quarter. Despite the dividend cut, BP also has a greater dividend yield than Shell. In fact, the dividend is currently yielding around 6%, and there is no indication of a further cut. Instead, management has stated that once BP’s balance sheet has been deleveraged, it can start to return more money to shareholders through share buybacks. Which oil stock would I buy? Sitting at prices of 1,085p and 260p respectively, both of these oil stocks look very good value. As a result, I’ve actually invested in both Shell and BP, in anticipation of an oil recovery. If I were forced to choose just one however, I believe that BP offers the most upside potential. Although its transition to greener energy could hit profits in the short term, I think its long-term strategy should help its recovery prospects. Stuart Blair owns shares in Royal Dutch Shell and BP. The Motley Fool UK has no position in any of the shares mentioned. Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer
the grumpy old men
31/8/2020
10:17
Https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html Pounds sterling and euro equivalents announcement date September 8, 2020 Payment date September 21, 2020
grupo guitarlumber
29/8/2020
07:39
Royal Dutch Shell plc Royal Dutch Shell Advance Notice Of Q3 2020 Results Announcement 27/08/2020 12:42pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMRDSA TIDMRDSB ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC Notice of Results The Hague, August 27(th) 2020 - On Thursday October 29(th) 2020 at 07:00 BST (08:00 CET and 03:00 EDT) Royal Dutch Shell plc will release its third quarter results and third quarter interim dividend announcement for 2020. These announcements will be available on Https://www.globenewswire.com/Tracker?data=-mKfARYH-gJR_09R737o13pMLV-SNWLnFzcHRFtBWojtVV7MzxX9_L45JAuasZgRiPhP3li3Sg5eCyUTTNE3PqGCcoSQPO6rQx8ldccU-p__PPALhObcy63HtYmLSBzW Http://www.shell.com/investors. For enquiries please contact: Shell Media Relations: +44 (0)207 934 5550 Shell Investor Relations: Https://www.globenewswire.com/Tracker?data=0WTrzSu4pGLQRjA4qhFDazGI0XvdT4DfnbHdF54Qt_3WFFseqQoyJRGIg2otfY3VGMSlDFch_pT9G2KqpRN4-26x2_A3dKOQIAdULdXrrco= IR-Europe@shell.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires August 27, 2020 07:42 ET (11:42 GMT)
grupo
29/8/2020
07:35
Https://www.marketscreener.com/quote/stock/ROYAL-DUTCH-SHELL-PLC-56358528/ Might continue to stay in a tight range for sometime with the liklihood of it falling again all i can say, it might well be a great buying opportunity
grupo
29/8/2020
06:01
Https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/a-major-hurricane-capped-oil-output-and-prices-barely-budged-1.1486531 A Major Hurricane Capped Oil Output and Prices Barely Budged Mike Jeffers, Bloomberg News Debris from a storm surge surrounds a Folly Beach Fire Department truck after Hurricane Laura made landfall in Folly Beach, Louisiana, U.S., on Friday, Aug. 28, 2020. Hurricane Laura, one of the most powerful storms ever to hit Louisiana, left a path of chemical fires, wrecked buildings, flooded roads and what could be more than $15 billion in insured losses, with reports of at least six people dead. Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg Debris from a storm surge surrounds a Folly Beach Fire Department truck after Hurricane Laura made landfall in Folly Beach, Louisiana, U.S., on Friday, Aug. 28, 2020. Hurricane Laura, one of the most powerful storms ever to hit Louisiana, left a path of chemical fires, wrecked buildings, flooded roads and what could be more than $15 billion in insured losses, with reports of at least six people dead. Photographer: Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg , Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- Looking at the oil market over the past week, it would be hard to tell that the strongest hurricane in more than a century tore through the Gulf of Mexico before striking southwest Louisiana. Oil drillers shut in 84% of offshore crude output ahead of Hurricane Laura and refiners in the region halted a third of gasoline and diesel production. West Texas Intermediate crude futures started the week at $42.48 a barrel and are trading around $43 on Friday. Storms of this magnitude typically spur a run on gasoline, leading to a spike in retail prices. But Laura coincided with a demand-killing pandemic that has swollen gasoline and crude stockpiles to their highest for this time of year in data going back three decades. Pump prices in Louisiana, which bore the brunt of the storm, rose just 4 cents to $1.89 per gallon, according to AAA. Prices “will continue to be driven by inventories,” said Bart Melek, head commodity strategist at TD Securities, “and the idea that OPEC+ has spare capacity, which it can deploy to match the post-covid demand growth.” To be sure, futures prices briefly rallied in advance of the storm as the market braced for impact. WTI briefly touched a 5-month high on Wednesday, but stuck to a narrow trading range this week of $1.55 a barrel. Gasoline jumped 6.5% on Monday only to give back all of those gains plus some by Thursday’s close. In preparation for potential supply bottlenecks, the number of ships on standby to carry gasoline from Europe to the U.S. doubled from the week before. By Friday morning, at least five of those fixtures were canceled, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Meanwhile the spread between the September and October contracts for gasoline retreated to a weaker level than it was at before the storm hit. The energy complex narrowly dodged a potentially catastrophic hit that would have snarled the delivery of stored fuel, leaving stockpiles stranded. The storm sliced through a narrow corridor between Houston and New Orleans and moved rapidly inland. Three years ago, Hurricane Harvey sat on top of Houston, where much more fuel is produced, for a week, flooding several plants. “Laura flew by quickly,” said Jaime Brito, vice president at Stratas Advisors LLC in Houston. “Therefore the mid-term damage should be way less than typically expected from an event this size.”
sarkasm
29/8/2020
05:29
HURRICANE SEASON Https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/
waldron
29/8/2020
05:22
Shell to raise investment plan for Mexican ultra-deepwater field to $345M Aug. 28, 2020 5:43 PM ET|About: Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDS.A)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Mexico's National Hydrocarbons Commission approves Royal Dutch Shell's (RDS.A, RDS.B) request to carry out all permitted activities in its exploration plan for the ultra-deepwater Xochicalco oilfield in the Gulf of Mexico. Shell will drill a well at depths of five miles trying to reach a Wilcox formation, with prospective reserves of as much as 562M boe, boosting its investment in the play to $345.8M from $104M in the original exploration plan, which was first approved in June 2019. Xochicalco is located in the Perdido fold belt, an area with very little prior exploration activity and far from any existing infrastructure, which makes it technically challenging. Shell recently was downgraded to a Sell equivalent rating at Barclays, which said the shares are expensive relative to its near-term industrial performance.
waldron
29/8/2020
05:14
before i respond SLINKJ, WHICH COUNTRY DO YOU RESIDE as i wonder why buy A OPPOSED to B and thereby in what currency denomination Slinkyj 29 Aug '20 - 00:55 - 2549 of 2549
waldron
28/8/2020
23:55
Thoughts on RDSA? I've picked up a quantity at these levels, surely it's only a matter of time before the tide turns back north. It's been bearish for to long now, due mainly to the drawn out Covid situation in the US and others areas. I feel as soon as flights start to pick up and quarantines ease off this share will start to approach its short to medium term guidance of about 1500.
slinkyj
28/8/2020
18:06
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 45.76 +0.26% Gasoline NYMEX 1.24 +2.15% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.67 -1.33% WTI 43.008 USD +0.31% FTSE 100 5,963.57 -0.61% Dow Jones 28,590.06 +0.34% CAC 40 5,002.94 -0.26% SBF 120 3,958.23 -0.20% Euro STOXX 50 3,315.54 -0.41% DAX 13,033.2 -0.48% Ftse Mib 19,862.38 +0.08% Eni 8.02 -0.30% Total 33.3 +0.06% Engie 11.135 -0.31% Orange 9.572 -0.89% Bp 264.2 -1.14% Vodafone 111.44 -1.97% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,106.8 -0.38% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,063 -0.67% Tullow Oil (TLW) : 20.52 -0.70 (-3.30%)
waldron
28/8/2020
15:16
DIVI DATES Https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html Closing of currency election date August 28, 2020 Pounds sterling and euro equivalents announcement date September 8, 2020 Payment date September 21, 2020
waldron
28/8/2020
15:16
DIVI DATES Https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html Closing of currency election date August 28, 2020 Pounds sterling and euro equivalents announcement date September 8, 2020 Payment date September 21, 2020
waldron
26/8/2020
06:44
8/26/2020 | 07:35am BST Barclays downgrades rating of SHELL A from Neutral to Sell. The target price remains set at GBX 1500.
sarkasm
25/8/2020
13:34
Https://www.marketbeat.com/stocks/LON/RDSA/price-target/
waldron
25/8/2020
05:43
Oil Prices Rise Amid Fuel Shortage Concerns by Bloomberg | Andres Guerra Luz | Monday, August 24, 2020 submit to reddit email print Oil Prices Rise Amid Fuel Shortage Concerns Oil rallied and gasoline surged to a five-month high. (Bloomberg) -- Oil rallied and gasoline surged to a five-month high as energy companies suspended offshore operations and refiners shuttered Gulf Coast plants with Tropical Storm Laura expected to strengthen into a hurricane before making landfall later this week. Around 82% of oil production in the Gulf of Mexico was halted by around midday Monday, with refinery closures from companies including Motiva Enterprises LLC and Valero Energy Corp. potentially shutting in more than 1 million barrels a day of capacity. Gasoline futures rose to their strongest level since before the pandemic on concern over possible fuel shortages. Meanwhile, oil futures rose 0.7% in New York and 1.8% in London. “The market as of right now is very worried about a shortage of gasoline, and that’s a serious consequence from the storm,” said Bob Yawger, director of the futures division at Mizuho Securities USA. The storm comes as U.S. benchmark crude futures have risen this month amid a streak of declines in U.S. crude stockpiles and gasoline inventories. However, the pandemic is still raging across the world, threatening a sustained rebound in consumption. “Signs of rising cases in Europe and Asia are still weighing on global demand expectations,” TD Securities commodity strategists including Bart Melek wrote in a note. “Weak refinery runs, exports and distillate demand continue to put a damper on the recovery.” Laura could also have ramifications for global oil flows. Shuttered U.S. refineries could boost gasoline flows from Europe to the U.S. East Coast, depending on how badly plants are hit and whether Colonial Pipeline Co.’s conduit is affected, according to Steve Sawyer, director of refining at energy consultant FGE. Prices West Texas Intermediate for October added 28 cents to settle at $42.62 a barrel. Brent for the same month rose 78 cents to end the session at $45.13 a barrel. Gasoline rose 6.5% to highest settlement price since March 6. The storm threat has translated into higher premiums for crudes in the region. Mars Blend rose $1.25 on Monday to $2.85 a barrel over Nymex WTI futures, its highest premium since May, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. WTI crude in Houston rose to its strongest level since July. Other market drivers Prospects for an imminent truce in oil-rich Libya dimmed after forces loyal to eastern commander Khalifa Haftar scoffed at the United Nations-backed government’s announcement of a cease-fire as “media marketing.” Chinese refiners have massively boosted imports of diluted bitumen in a sign of either their desperation to produce fuel and asphalt for a rebounding economy, or that they’re skirting local import quotas and even international sanctions. Saudi Aramco reshuffled its senior management and created a division focused on “portfolio optimization,” as the world’s biggest oil producer adapts to low crude prices and seeks new ways to raise cash. The United States Oil Fund ETF, ticker USO, posted its largest one-day inflow since April last week even after the Securities and Exchange Commission recommended enforcement action against the fund and its management for disclosures made during market turmoil this year. --With assistance from Sheela Tobben, Barbara Powell and Catherine Ngai.
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