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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
  -49.80 -3.33% 1,444.80 1,436.20 1,437.00 1,488.20 1,432.60 1,480.20 13,318,109 16:35:17
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Oil & Gas Producers 13,205.3 -19,723.5 -203.3 - 59,255

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21/10/2020
08:09
https://seekingalpha.com/article/4380139-chevron-vs-shell-chevron-wins-landslide?utm_source=feed_articles_investing_ideas_all&utm_medium=referral
maywillow
21/10/2020
06:48
European markets head for higher open on U.S. stimulus optimism Published Wed, Oct 21 202012:57 AM EDTUpdated 2 Hours Ago Holly Ellyatt @HollyEllyatt Key Points London’s FTSE is seen opening 3 points higher at 5,902, Germany’s DAX up 27 points at 12,785, France’s CAC 40 up 6 points at 4,944 and Italy’s FTSE MIB 102 points higher at 19,514, according to IG.
waldron
20/10/2020
16:58
U.S. broadens sanctions against Russian gas pipeline project Oct. 20, 2020 10:22 AM ET|About: Public Joint Stock Company ... (OGZPY)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor The U.S. State Department has broadened the scope of sanctions targeting the Gazprom-led (OTCPK:OGZPY) Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project, which is 100 miles short of completion beneath the Baltic Sea between Russia and Germany. New State Department guidelines expand upon last year's measure, saying sanctions would apply to companies providing services, facilities or funding for "upgrades or installation of equipment" for vessels that would work on Nord Stream 2. Last year's sanctions against companies providing deep-sea pipe-laying vessels caused the project's key ship to depart, and the new guidance takes aim at the Russian ship that some U.S. officials tracking the project believe Nord Stream 2 has selected as a replacement vessel. Gazprom's Nord Stream 2 partners are Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B), Germany's Uniper (OTC:UNPPY) and BASF (OTCQX:BASFY), Austria's OMV (OTCPK:OMVJF) and France's Engie (OTCPK:ENGIY). The expanded sanctions are the latest obstacle for the project, following the poisoning of Russian opposition political figure Alexei Navalny in August, which raised calls within Germany to distance itself from it.
misca2
20/10/2020
13:57
Nigeria pays $3B to oil majors, moving closer to ending arrears Oct. 20, 2020 9:15 AM ET|About: Exxon Mobil Corporation (XOM)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Nigeria's government says it has reimbursed $3B to oil companies including Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B), moving closer to clearing operating expense arrears owed since 2010. The payments are being settled through a five-year crude oil sales deal agreed in 2016, Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. says, adding that it still owes $917M to Shell, $385M to Eni (NYSE:E), $304M to Total (NYSE:TOT) and $55M to Chevron (NYSE:CVX). NNPC operates joint ventures with the producers, which pump 80% of Nigeria's output. Lower revenue and demands for other payments hurt NNPC's ability to contribute its share of expenses during 2010-15, leading to the arrears.
misca2
19/10/2020
09:25
Linde and Shell team up to commercialize lower-carbon technology for ethylene By NS Energy Staff Writer 16 Oct 2020 Technology could lead to lower carbon emissions, offers a catalytic alternative to steam cracking Linde and Shell team up to commercialize lower-carbon technology for ethylene. Linde GmbH and Shell today announce an exclusive collaboration agreement on ethane-oxidative dehydrogenation (E-ODH) technology for ethylene production. The catalytic process is an alternative route to ethane steam cracking, offering the potential of economic advantages, acetic acid co-production and significantly lower overall carbon footprint through electrification of power input. The two companies have been developing E-ODH independently for many years and this new collaboration brings together their complementary patent positions, expert know-how and common commitment to a lower-carbon future. The agreement will enable accelerated deployment of this novel technology across the wider chemicals sector, with Linde marketing to customers under the name EDHOX. “With the EDHOX™ process, we have not only developed a cost-efficient alternative but are also providing the petrochemical industry with a low-emission process”, said John van der Velden, Senior Vice President Global Sales & Technology at Linde Engineering.“ For decades, we have been actively developing technologies for more sustainability in this industry – from efficiency improvements to carbon management and new process routes. We are convinced that Linde´s EDHOX technology position will be strengthened by Shell´s intellectual property and know-how in this area.” Thomas Casparie, Executive Vice President of Shell’s global chemicals business, said: “Base chemicals are transformed into a range of finished products that help society live, work and respond to climate change. We look forward to our Shell in-house innovation going on to contribute to the collective reduction of carbon emissions from the manufacture of chemicals. It’s been great to work with Linde on this ambitious and creative combination of technology.” Source: Company Press Release
maywillow
19/10/2020
06:55
Prelude FLNG restart not likely before year-end October 19, 2020 Asia, Company News, Infrastructure, Natural Gas, News 0 Shell Australia confirmed last week full production at its operated Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) project isn’t expected before year-end, Kallanish Energy reports. The Australian gas project was shutdown in February after an electrical trip, which compromised back-up diesel generators and the safe operation of the facility. Then, Shell adjusted shipping schedule and suspended cargoes. On Thursday, the operator said it continues to work through the process for hydrocarbon restart, “with safety and stability foremost in mind.” “Prelude is a multi-decade project, and our focus is on delivering sustained performance over the long term,” Shell said in a brief statement. The facility can produce 3.6 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) of LNG, 1.3 Mtpa of condensate and 0.4 Mtpa of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
maywillow
19/10/2020
05:30
European markets head for lackluster open as virus, Brexit weigh on sentiment Published Mon, Oct 19 20201:18 AM EDT Holly Ellyatt @HollyEllyatt Key Points London’s FTSE is seen opening 13 points lower at 5,912, Germany’s DAX up 10 points at 12,925, France’s CAC 40 up 6 points at 4,946 and Italy’s FTSE MIB up 19 points at 19,332, according to IG.
waldron
19/10/2020
01:40
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adrian j boris
17/10/2020
06:20
Https://www.ttnews.com/articles/shell-adds-e-fluids-portfolio
waldron
17/10/2020
05:24
Https://seekingalpha.com/article/4379512-royal-dutch-shell-just-oil-and-gas?utm_medium=email&utm_source=seeking_alpha&mail_subject=rds-a-royal-dutch-shell-more-than-just-oil-and-gas&utm_campaign=rta-stock-article&utm_content=link-0
waldron
16/10/2020
11:31
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florenceorbis
16/10/2020
09:42
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florenceorbis
16/10/2020
00:50
Oil shortage ahead? Aramco: supply crunch on under-investment; IEA, OPEC pare recovery views Steve Sutherlin An oil shortage may be in the works due to underinvestment in the energy sector and rising demand, Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser said Oct. 13. “There is a concern that we might end up with a supply crunch over the mid to long term if this level of investment is not corrected looking forward,” Nasser said in remarks to the Energy Intelligence Forum. Nasser’s remarks came as the International Energy Agency and the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries separately released revised projections which reflected an incremental bearish shift in outlook for oil market recovery. Nasser said demand is recovering from the coronavirus pandemic slump. “The worst is definitely behind us,” Nasser said. “We are seeing a recovery; most of the demand comes from the developing countries. We see a big pickup from East Asia - especially China.” Aramco slashed its 2020 investment by $8 billion, versus 2019 spending of $25 billion to $30 billion. Global energy investment this year is set to fall by 18%, the IEA said in its 2020 World Energy Outlook - released Oct. 13. Global energy demand in 2020 is poised to fall 5%, led by an 8% drop in oil demand and a 7% drop in coal use, the agency said, adding that natural gas demand is set for a 3% drop and global electricity demand is expected to fall only 2%. In its report, the IEA advanced a 10-year scenario in which COVID-19 is brought under control and the global economy rebounds to pre-crisis levels in 2021. An alternate “delayed recovery scenario” reflects a prolonged pandemic with the economy returning to pre-crisis size in 2023, under which the pandemic ushers in a decade with the lowest rate of energy demand growth since the 1930s. Pre-crisis, energy demand was projected to grow by 12% between 2019 and 2030, but the projection now has fallen to 9%, and to only 4% in the delayed recovery scenario. In both scenarios, oil demand flattens out in the 2030s, but in a delayed recovery, an additional 4 million barrels per day comes out of the projections, holding total demand under 100 million bpd. Behavioral changes resulting from the pandemic cut both ways, the agency said. The longer the disruption, the more some changes become ingrained, such as working from home or avoiding air travel, it said. However, oil consumption benefits from a near-term aversion to public transport, the popularity of SUVs and the delayed replacement of older, inefficient vehicles. Absent a larger shift in policies, it is still too early to foresee a rapid decline in oil demand, the IEA said, adding that rising incomes in emerging market and developing economies portend strong underlying demand for mobility, offsetting reductions in oil use elsewhere. Oil use for cars peaks in both scenarios, due to continued improvements in fuel efficiency and sales of electric cars, while oil use for longer-distance freight and shipping varies according to the outlook for the global economy and international trade, the agency said. Oil demand will increasingly depend on its rising use as a feedstock in the petrochemical sector, it said. “With demand in advanced economies on a declining trend, all of the increase comes from emerging market and developing economies, led by India,” the agency said. “The slower pace of energy demand growth puts downward pressure on oil and gas prices compared with pre-crisis trajectories, although the large falls in investment in 2020 also increase the possibility of future market volatility.” OPEC trims growth projections Spot crude oil prices averaged sharply lower in September, after four consecutive months of gains, OPEC said Oct. 13 in its Monthly Oil Market Report. The decline reflected a softening recovery of physical crude market fundamentals, bearish sentiment in the crude oil futures market amid new COVID-19 cases globally, and concerns about demand. Moving with other benchmark crudes, the OPEC reference basket value softened in September by $3.65 to $41.54 per barrel, down by 8.1%. Hedge funds and other money managers were less bullish on the oil price outlook in September and were net sellers of about 113 million barrels of crude in both Brent and West Texas Intermediate, OPEC said, adding that the Brent and WTI futures markets moved into a steeper contango. The expected recovery in transportation fuel demand over the summer driving season disappointed, requiring a downward demand revision to Europe and the Americas for the second half of 2020. Better-than-expected data from China, showing gains in industrial fuel use, “more than offset some of the losses seen in other regions,” OPEC said. In 2021, the world oil demand forecast was adjusted lower by 0.08 million from the previous month’s report due to the slower economic growth projections. The OPEC forecast for 2021 oil demand growth is now 6.5 million bpd, with global total demand estimated to reach 96.8 million bpd. All products are projected to see growth, given the current year’s low demand levels, OPEC said. “Oil demand growth in 2021 is expected to be capped by a number of factors, including the increase in teleworking and distance education; reduced international business and leisure travel; efficiency gains in the transportation sector; oil substitution policies in power generation; and reduced fuel subsidies,” it said. On Oct. 13, Alaska North Slope, WTI and Brent crudes climbed further into the lower $40s after recent forays into the upper $30s, with ANS closing up 86 cents to $41.35 per barrel. Brent continued upward in Oct. 14 trading 98 cents to $43.43, and WTI rose 84 cents to $41.04. Petroleum News
waldron
14/10/2020
17:01
16:06 GMT-- Energy companies need to look beyond gas stations for opportunities to provide customers with services, says Royal Dutch Shell PLC chief executive Ben van Beurden. Speaking at the Energy Intelligence Forum, he says, "In some cases we've even gone into other offerings like broadband, I'm not suggesting that is going to be a mainstream business for us, but it shows you can leverage your customer platform in multiple ways and now think how that is going to go in the next generation of out of home charging, destination charging, on the go charging, maybe hydrogen... or other services that you can think of in the energy transition." Shell has used its retail footprint in some countries to get into the domestic power supply business, he adds. (sarah.mcfarlane@wsj.com) (END) Dow Jones Newswires October 14, 2020 12:21 ET (16:21 GMT)
the grumpy old men
13/10/2020
06:42
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maywillow
11/10/2020
20:55
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piperpeter
09/10/2020
16:58
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 43.53 +0.44% Gasoline NYMEX 1.20 -0.42% Natural Gas NYMEX 3.23 +2.80% WTI 41.25 USD +0.17% FTSE 100 6,016.65 +0.65% Dow Jones 28,649.61 +0.79% CAC 40 4,946.81 +0.71% SBF 120 3,930.73 +0.61% Euro STOXX 50 3,273.12 +0.37% DAX 13,051.23 +0.07% Ftse Mib 19,582.76 +0.00% Eni 6.862 -0.33% Total 29.95 +1.54% Engie 12.14 +0.08% Orange 9.436 +2.88% Bp 222.1 +0.57% Vodafone 111.16 -0.05% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,016.4 +2.09% Royal Dutch Shell B 978.9 +2.06% TULLOW(TLW) 18.65 GBX +2.78%
waldron
07/10/2020
13:31
07/10/2020 1:43pm Dow Jones News Royal Dutch Shell (LSE:RDSA) Intraday Stock Chart Wednesday 7 October 2020 Click Here for more Royal Dutch Shell Charts. --Poland's anti-monopoly office fines Russian giant for undertaking work without consent --Gazprom said it will appeal the fine --Shell, Uniper and OMV disagree with regulator's findings By Anthony O. Goriainoff, Giulia Petroni and Adria Calatayud Poland's anti-monopoly office UOKiK said Wednesday that it had imposed a 29 billion-zloty ($7.58 billion) fine on Gazprom PJSC related to the building of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. UOKiK said the Russian energy giant was one of six companies working on the gas pipeline fined for undertaking work "without the required consent of the president of UOKiK." The regulator also imposed fines amounting to PLN234 million on France's Engie SA, Germany's Uniper SE and Wintershall AG, Austria's OMV AG, and Anglo-Dutch oil major Royal Dutch Shell PLC. The Polish watchdog said the entities concerned are obliged to terminate the agreements for financing the project, which was intended to increase Russia's gas export capacity via the Baltic Sea. The Polish anti-monopoly authority said the companies concluded--without permission to establish a joint venture--a number of agreements concerning the pipeline's financing and a number of other authorizations, such as, for instance, the ability to interfere with the operation of NS2. UOKiK said that in 2016 its president voiced concerns regarding the plan and noted that the planned transaction could lead to the restriction of competition and presented its reservations. The companies then withdrew the application, meaning in practice that they were prohibited from performing the merger, the regulator said. The regulator said information surfaced shortly thereafter stating that the companies had signed an agreement for the financing of the gas pipeline. "Therefore, proceedings against Gazprom and its five trading partners regarding the execution of the transaction without obtaining approval from the authority were initiated," the regulator said. "The financial penalties imposed are intended not only to convince the parties involved to observe the law, but also to discourage other players from attempting similar behaviors that violate anti-monopoly regulations in the future," UOKiK president Tomasz Chrostny said. Gazprom said it disagrees with the fine because it didn't violate Polish antitrust laws. The company said it will appeal the fine. "The decision of UOKiK violates the principles of legality, proportionality and fair trial, and the unprecedented amount of the fine indicates a desire to oppose the implementation of the Nord Stream 2 project by any means," the company said Wednesday, according to Russian state news agency TASS. Uniper said it is considering a possible appeal against the UoKiK decision, as it doesn't share the assessment presented by regulator. A decision can take up to four or five years and, depending on the decisions, fines wouldn't be due until then, the German energy company said. Uniper said the agreements concluded between the Nord Stream 2 financial investors and Gazprom aren't a joint venture but financing agreements, and that financing agreements don't constitute a notifiable concentration under Polish merger control law. Spokespeople for Shell and OMV said they are reviewing the UoKiK's decision. "We strongly disagree with UOKiK's decision," a Shell spokesperson said. OMV said it is of the clear opinion that it has complied with all applicable laws. Engie and Wintershall didn't immediately respond to requests for comment. Write to Anthony O. Goriainoff at anthony.orunagoriainoff@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires October 07, 2020 08:28 ET (12:28 GMT)
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