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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
  -8.60 -0.6% 1,421.60 1,422.20 1,422.80 1,448.20 1,417.60 1,442.40 9,910,572 16:35:14
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Oil & Gas Producers 13,205.3 -19,723.5 -203.3 - 58,303

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28/10/2020
09:00
MVP also wants to buy Shell's stake in Malampaya By CNN Philippines Staff Published Oct 28, 2020 12:39:31 PM Businessman Manny Pangilinan's PXP Energy also bared interest in buying Shell Philippines' 45% stake in the Malampaya natural gas project, now a three-way race for control of the facility that's about to be depleted. Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, October 28) — Businessman Manny Pangilinan is reviving his push to join the Malampaya consortium with an offer to buy Shell Philippines' stake in the natural gas project. Pangilinan's PXP Energy confirmed the plan to reporters and to the Philippine Stock Exchange, saying it wants to acquire the 45% stake of Shell Philippines Exploration B.V. in the gas-to-power project. The Malampaya facility is located off the coast of Palawan and is in the West Philippine Sea, an area believed to be rich in oil deposits. Shell started commercial oil exploration and extraction efforts in 2001, with a second rig platform opened in 2015. The facility –– which supplies up to 30% of the country's power needs –– is close to running dry, with the 25-year contract to explore and extract underwater set to expire in 2024. The Malampaya consortium has been requesting for a 15-year contract extension since 2008 but it has not been granted by the Department of Energy. The MVP Group, which also operates power distributor Meralco, last year proposed to develop Malampaya even after it runs dry but was rejected as well. PXP is the third company which wants Shell's stake, following interest expressed by San Miguel Corporation and Petron president Ramon Ang and Phoenix Petroleum's Dennis Uy. Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi earlier acknowledged that Uy as well as the government's Philippine National Oil Company-Exploration Corporation hold the right to match Shell Exploration B.V.'s plan to offer its 45% stake in the gas-to-power project before the shares are offered to outsiders. Uy's Udenna Corporation already owns 45% of the project as it bought out Chevron's stake. Shell wants out of the project as it looks to preserve its financial footing of its Philippine operations. It decided to shut down its fuel refinery in Batangas in August. PXP Energy is betting big on petroleum supply in the West Philippine Sea, as it also has standing contracts since 2012 to explore and possibly drill certain areas near Recto Bank. Last week, it received a "resume work" order from the DOE after President Rodrigo Duterte lifted the oil exploration ban in the disputed waters. The company is preparing a new work program in the next few weeks, Pangilinan said, to be submitted for DOE approval. Its talks with its potential partner, China National Offshore Corp., was left hanging years ago. PXP Energy has been bullish on oil extraction projects, having also submitted a bid to develop another area of Recto Bank. Uy also wanted to search two other nearby sections for petroleum deposits.
la forge
28/10/2020
06:20
U.S. Gulf of Mexico energy producers, refiners brace for Hurricane Zeta Oct. 27, 2020 4:04 PM ET|About: Crude Oil Futures (CL1:COM)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Crude oil prices (CL1:COM) climbed today as Gulf of Mexico operators shut roughly half of all oil and gas production from the U.S. Gulf of Mexico ahead of Hurricane Zeta. December WTI settled +2.1% at $39.57/bbl, while December Brent +1.8% to $41.20/bbl. An estimated 914.8K bbl/day of crude production and 1,500 MM cf/day of natural gas was shut in, reflecting 49.4% and 55.3% of U.S. Gulf output, respectively, according to the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement. BP and Chevron (NYSE:CVX) say they have shut in all of their operated platforms, while Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B), BHP, Murphy Oil (NYSE:MUR) and Equinor (NYSE:EQNR) have shut at least some platforms and production ahead of the storm. At least five Louisiana oil refineries in the path of Zeta reportedly plan to maintain operations: Exxon's (NYSE:XOM) 517K bbl/day Baton Rouge refinery, Shell's 227K bbl/day Norco plant, Shell's 211K bbl/day Convent refinery, PBF Energy's (NYSE:PBF) 190K bbl/day Chalmette refinery, and Valero's (NYSE:VLO) 125K bbl/day Meraux facility.
waldron
27/10/2020
19:22
North America 02:47, 28-Oct-2020 Translate Hurricane warning issued for New Orleans as Zeta hits Mexico CGTN Share A hurricane warning was issued for Louisiana on Monday, as Tropical Storm Zeta made landfall in Mexico on its way to the US Gulf Coast. /Getty Images A hurricane warning was issued for Louisiana on Monday, as Tropical Storm Zeta made landfall in Mexico on its way to the US Gulf Coast. Hurricane Zeta hit Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula on Monday evening with winds of up to around 80mph, but weakened to a tropical storm with wind speeds of 70mph as it crossed over land overnight. The storm is expected to reach the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday, before then travelling to the US overnight and through Wednesday. The storm is expected to increase in speeds as it makes its way to the US and is likely to be classified as a Category 1 hurricane with winds of up to 85 mph by Wednesday night. Hurricane warnings have been issued for Louisiana and Mississippi, as Zeta is expected to make landfall in New Orleans on Wednesday evening, according to ABC 13. Louisiana governor John Bel Edwards issued the warning on Monday and told residents: "We're doing everything we can to prepare for the storm." He added: "We must roll up our sleeves, like we always do, and prepare for a potential impact to Louisiana." Mr Edwards said that the National Guard has boats and trucks prepared for rescue missions, and has water and food ready to give to those caught up in the storm. New Orleans officials have also announced a voluntary evacuation for residents outside of the city's levee system from 6pm on Tuesday. (With input from agencies)
gibbs1
27/10/2020
07:18
European markets set for mixed open after sell-off, with virus surge in focus Published Tue, Oct 27 20202:59 AM EDT Elliot Smith @ElliotSmithCNBC Key Points New record rises in daily Covid-19 cases have been seen in the U.S., Russia and France in recent days, while the U.K. is set to extend its highest category alert to more cities. The U.K. has warned that time is running out as the European Union’s top negotiator Michel Barnier travels to London to continue Brexit talks. LONDON — European stocks are set for a mixed open Tuesday following from the previous session’s sell-off, as investors continue to monitor the rapid spread of coronavirus across the continent. Britain’s FTSE 100 is seen around 10 points higher at 5,802, Germany’s DAX is expected to climb by around 61 points to 12,238 and France’s CAC 40 is set to edge 3 points lower to 4,813, according to IG data.
waldron
26/10/2020
22:52
Zeta becomes a hurricane as it nears Yucatan, heads for U.S. Published Mon, Oct 26 20205:32 AM EDTUpdated 3 Hours Ago The Associated Press Key Points Zeta strengthened to a hurricane Monday afternoon as it continued on a track for Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula resorts and then likely move on for a possible landfall on the central U.S. Gulf Coast at midweek. Zeta — the earliest ever 27th named storm of the Atlantic season — was centered about 105 miles (170 kilometers) southeast of Cozumel island Monday afternoon, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. It had maximum sustained winds of 80 mph (130 kph).
waldron
26/10/2020
19:01
Gulf of Mexico oil workers pull out as another tropical storm heads toward rigs Oct. 26, 2020 2:29 PM ET|About: BP p.l.c. (BP)|By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor Oil producers are evacuating offshore production platforms in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, as Tropical Storm Zeta strengthens and looks likely to threaten the U.S. later this week as a hurricane. BP, BHP, Chevron (NYSE:CVX), Equinor (NYSE:EQNR) and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B) began withdrawing staff from their U.S. Gulf of Mexico offshore facilities. BP says it has started to shut-in production at its GoM platforms and assets; Shell has paused some offshore drilling in the area and is limiting movement of non-essential personnel to offshore platforms. BHP is evacuating non-essential workers from the Shenzi and Neptune offshore production platforms, and Equinor is shutting production on the Titan platform. Enbridge (NYSE:ENB) reportedly has declared a force majeure event for some of its assets in the Gulf.
la forge
26/10/2020
17:38
Dow falls 900 points as average daily coronavirus cases hit record high Published Sun, Oct 25 20206:03 PM EDT Updated 10 Min Ago Fred Imbert @foimbert Yun Li @YunLi626
waldron
26/10/2020
08:53
TROPICAL STORM ZETA Https://www.nhc.noaa.gov/graphics_at3.shtml?start#contents
grupo guitarlumber
26/10/2020
08:32
https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/BIT/ENI/share-news/BP-Shell-ENI-Among-Companies-Partnering-to-Devel/83528349 Pumping such gas in reservoirs under the seas is buywell thinks akin to sweeping dust and dirt under a carpet It doesn't disappear or go away and gas under the sea will like water always find a way to flow from a higher pressure to a lower pressure or rise to the surface A case of out of sigh out of mind These noxious gases should be treated above ground and neutralized
buywell3
26/10/2020
08:26
BP PLC said Monday that it is partnering with ENI Spa, Equinor ASA, National Grid PLC, Royal Dutch Shell PLC and Total SE to develop carbon-dioxide transport and storage infrastructure in the U.K. North Sea. The FTSE 100 oil giant said the offshore infrastructure will serve the proposed Net Zero Teeside and Zero Carbon Humber decarbonization projects in England. The partnership, named the Northern Endurance Partnership, has submitted a bid for government funding to develop an offshore pipeline network to transport captured CO2 emissions from both NZT and ZCH, to be stored in geological sites beneath the U.K. North Sea. The funds that are being sought are part of the 170 million-pound ($221.7 million) Industrial Decarbonisation Challenge, a component of the U.K. government's clean growth strategy. BP said it will lead the Northern Endurance Partnership as operator, with teams drawing on expertise from across all the partners. Write to Jaime Llinares Taboada at jaime.llinares@wsj.com; @JaimeLlinaresT (END) Dow Jones Newswires October 26, 2020 03:57 ET (07:57 GMT)
la forge
26/10/2020
08:07
Http://www.shell.com/global/aboutshell/investor/financial-calendar.html October 29, 2020 Third quarter 2020 results and third quarter 2020 interim dividend announcement
la forge
26/10/2020
08:05
Have you guys ever thought about just how unethical investing in OIL is ? Particulates from diesel fuel are killing and causing major brain damage to children and unborn babies in all countries You are supporting this outcome by buying OIL related shares and products Read this ... diesel fuel from 1 42 gallon barrel of crude oil = 73% hTTps://www.eia.gov/tools/faqs/faq.php?id=327&t=9 ''In 2017, refineries in the United States produced an average of about 20 gallons of motor gasoline and about 11 gallons of ultra-low sulfur distillate fuel oil (most of which is sold as diesel fuel and in several states as heating oil) from one 42-gallon barrel of crude oil.'' Don't say you didn't know because you do now Diesel fumes collect in children's brains | Daily Mail Online https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article.../Diesel-fumes-collect-children-s-brains.html Jun 9, 2017 - Damage from particles in diesel emissions starts in early teens, they said. ... In one child, a 14-year-old girl from south-east Mexico City, they ... Hasselt University: Diesel fumes harm children in the womb | Daily ... https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article.../Diesel-fumes-harm-children-womb.html Oct 16, 2017 - When each child was born, they took blood samples from the ... Short and long term exposure to the particles increase the likelihood of ... Air pollution more harmful to children in cars than outside, warns top ... https://www.theguardian.com/.../children-risk-air-pollution-cars-former-uk-chief-scientis... Jun 12, 2017 - Exclusive: Walking or cycling to school is better for children's health as cars are 'boxes collecting ... Baby boy (6-9 months) sleeping in car seat .... chief scientific adviser, to buy diesel cars because they have lower carbon dioxide emissions. ..... This is much faster acting than the danger from particulates. Children exposed to 30% more pollution than adults on walk to school ... https://www.independent.co.uk/.../pollution-clean-air-day-children-school-walking-en... Jun 21, 2018 - Primary school children are being exposed to 30 per cent more ... nitrogen oxide (NOx), nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and diesel particulates ... Unicef said of the 20 local authorities with the largest proportion of babies living in them, ... Asthma in Children: Effects of Exposure to Diesel Exhaust Particles ... www.theglobalfool.com/asthma-in-children-effects-of-exposure-to-diesel-exhaust-particles/ Oct 12, 2013 - Asthma in Children: Effects of Exposure to Diesel Exhaust Particles. Diesel exhaust particles are one of the major components of air pollution. These particles are suspended in the air, and are microscopic — less than one-fifth the thickness of a human hair. As we breathe, they are drawn deep into the lungs. Traffic pollution is a greater threat to babies in prams, study finds | Irish ... https://www.irishexaminer.com/.../traffic-pollution-is-a-greater-threat-to-babies-in-prams... Aug 14, 2018 - Ultrafine particles chiefly produced by diesel engines are known to ... of young children but only a handful have focused on in-pram babies. Investigation into pedestrian exposure to near-vehicle exhaust ... https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2673207/ by NA Buzzard - ‎2009 - ‎Cited by 23 - ‎Related articles Inhalation of diesel particulate matter (DPM) is known to have a negative impact on ... Finally, it was determined that children, infants, or people breathing at ... The Environmental Protection Agency Funded Diesel Experiments on ... hTTps://news.vice.com/.../the-environmental-protection-agency-funded-diesel-experim... Jan 23, 2015 - The Environmental Protection Agency Funded Diesel Experiments on ... (USC), in which child volunteers were exposed to diesel soot particles. Traffic pollution prevents children's brains from reaching their full ... hTTps://phys.org › Earth › Environment Jul 17, 2017 - Traffic pollution in cities can stall children's brain development and stop ... to tiny particles released from vehicles, especially diesel engines. ... find that a high-pollution day before a test could even effect a child's performance.
buywell3
26/10/2020
07:17
European markets set for lower open as coronavirus resurgence weighs Published Mon, Oct 26 20203:01 AM EDT Elliot Smith @ElliotSmithCNBC Key Points The resurgence of the coronavirus in Europe has continued apace in recent days, with France reporting a record daily rise in new infections on Sunday, Italy ordering bars to close early and shutting public gyms and Spain issuing a nationwide curfew to stem a worsening outbreak. LONDON — European markets are heading for a lower open Monday as surging coronavirus cases throughout the continent and a stalemate over U.S. fiscal stimulus continue to weigh on sentiment. Britain’s FTSE 100 is seen around 44 points lower at 5,816, Germany’s DAX is set to plunge by around 202 points to 12,444 and France’s CAC 40 is expected to shed around 58 points to open at 5,852, according to IG data.
waldron
25/10/2020
17:50
HERALDSCOTLAND.COM 48 mins ago Britain's two biggest oil companies set to update shareholders | Pandemic's impact on young people By Brian Donnelly @BrianDonnellyHT Business Correspondent In this week's Monday Interview, Scott Wright writes that Kate Still, director for The Prince’s Trust in Scotland, does not sugar coat the impact the coronavirus pandemic is having on young people, the very citizens the charity exists to support. Ms Still notes that older and vulnerable people have sadly borne the brunt of the physical fall-out from Covid-19, as the grim and still-rising death toll tragically shows. But the effects on the younger generation are very real, too. And, Ms Still says, there is a danger that they could be long standing unless we are careful. In Guy Stenhouse's Business Voices on Monday, he puts it to the reader: "The real constitutional question is whether Scotland should remain in the United Kingdom or leave it. Do we separate or not?" Lance Gauld, of Cloud Cover IT in Bridgeton, Glasgow, says in Mark Williamson''s SME Focus: "During lockdown we secured innovation funding enabling us to complete exciting new products that we feel will have worldwide sales potential and directly respond to the new challenges businesses are facing." See our business section on Monday for the full articles. Business Week: Six by Nico restaurant launches UK-wide food and drink home delivery e-commerce platform | Eusebi's Glasgow wins court battle to stay open Also this week, Britain's two biggest oil companies are set to update shareholders next week amid a low oil price and a race to reduce emissions. Investors will be leafing through BP's results on Tuesday, while Shell will present how its third quarter went two days later. Shares in both have cratered during 2020, as oil prices fell to record lows at one point at the beginning of the pandemic. At one point sellers were paying buyers as much as 37.63 dollars to take a barrel of West Texas Intermediate oil off their hands, amid fears that storage space would run out for the crude in April. Brent crude, the standard that is more commonly used in Britain, never turned negative but dropped to below 19 dollars per barrel. Months later, both Shell and BP wrote off billions of dollars worth of assets after reducing the book value of the oil they still have in the ground. "The focus (for BP) is now on getting the most out of its remaining oil fields while investing in a low carbon future, and given the rather precarious state of the balance sheet, it's a very tricky manoeuvre to pull off," said Susannah Streeter, a senior investment and markets analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown. Chief executive Bernard Looney set out his views on climate change as he took the reins in February, promising to make the company net zero by mid-century. He fleshed out his ideas in August when the company presented its most recent set of financial results and cut its dividend for the first time in a decade. The company will cut its oil and gas production by 40% before 2030, and invest five billion US dollars a year (£3.8 billion) in low-carbon projects as it tries to reposition from a dirty fuel company. Shell was also forced to cut dividends, for the first time since the end of the Second World War, earlier this year. "Royal Dutch Shell is another FTSE 100 company that has faced difficulties since the markets dropped in March," said analysts at the Share Centre. The oil price may have recovered from its April low, but it's still almost 40% below where it was a year ago, and Shell's shares have dropped to levels not seen in 25 years. "The economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic came on top of a failure by the Saudis to agree an oil production cut with Russia." They added: "Investors will be hoping there is light at the end of the tunnel."
waldron
25/10/2020
16:31
Shell has begun a search for a new chairman, with Andrew Mackenzie, the former BHP Billiton boss, emerging as an early front-runner The Anglo-Dutch oil major is seeking a replacement for the incumbent Charles Holliday to help steer it through a tricky shift away from fossil fuels, following its first dividend cut since the Second World War earlier this year. City sources expect Mr Mackenzie, who joined the Shell board as a non-executive director at the start of this month, to be promoted to chairman. - Sunday Telegraph
waldron
25/10/2020
07:31
The Guardian Investors fear there'll be no bright post-Covid dawn for oil majors Jillian Ambrose Sun, 25 October 2020, 1:05 am CEST·3-min read The oil market may have heaved itself out of the darkness of “Black April” but investors are far from convinced that major oil companies will walk away unscathed from the coronavirus pandemic. Royal Dutch Shell and BP will both face investors this week with quarterly financial results that will deliver profits well below those achieved a year ago, against a backdrop of tumbling share prices and rising Covid infections across major economies. On Tuesday, BP is expected to report an underlying loss of $120m for the last quarter, according to analysts’ estimates. This would be a major improvement on its underlying loss of $6.7bn in the second quarter, following heavy writedowns on the company’s exploration business, but would still be well below the $2.3bn third-quarter profit reported in 2019. BP’s announcement will come days after its share price fell below 200p a share for the first time since 1994, and months after the company cut its dividend for the first time since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and set out plans to cut 10,000 jobs. In the same week, Shell is expected to reveal a modest underlying profit, of $146m, for the third quarter, according to analysts, after plunging to a loss of $18.4bn for the second quarter. This is still a fraction of the $4.76bn profit recorded in the same quarter last year, and follows the company’s decision to cut 9,000 jobs and reduce the dividend for the first time since the second world war. This trend is expected to be followed across the world’s oil companies, tracking the fragile and uncertain recovery of global oil markets amid a second wave of coronavirus infections. The price of oil reached an average of $43 a barrel in the third quarter – stronger than the average of $30 a barrel in the second quarter, when US oil prices fell below zero for the first time in April – but still well below the $62 a barrel price that prevailed in the third quarter a year ago.
la forge
23/10/2020
17:34
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 41.96 -1.11% Gasoline NYMEX 1.13 -1.39% Natural Gas NYMEX 3.22 -1.26% WTI 40.129 USD -1.02% FTSE 100 5,860.28 +1.29% Dow Jones 28,252.21 -0.39% CAC 40 4,909.64 +1.20% SBF 120 3,894.66 +1.14% Euro STOXX 50 3,198.86 +0.91% DAX 12,645.75 +0.82% Ftse Mib 19,215.9 +0.73% Eni 6.444 +1.62% Total 28.08 +1.67% Engie 11.365 +1.38% Orange 9.518 +1.86% Bp 205.5 +2.04% Vodafone 112.6 +3.53% Royal Dutch Shell A 971.8 +2.47% Royal Dutch Shell B 940.6 +2.84% Tullow Oil (TLW) 21.63 1.83 (9.24%)
waldron
23/10/2020
10:49
European markets gain as investors watch U.S. stimulus, earnings; banks up 3% Published Fri, Oct 23 20202:04 AM EDTUpdated 2 Hours Ago Elliot Smith @ElliotSmithCNBC Key Points House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signaled that she and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin were “just about there” in discussions over a new coronavirus aid bill. Barclays on Friday reported a net profit of £611 million ($797.7 million) for the third quarter, more than double analyst expectations of £273.5 million, in part due to a sharp reduction in coronavirus-related impairment charges. ALMOST THERE
sarkasm
23/10/2020
09:53
netcurtains 23 Oct '20 - 09:36 - 2642 of 2642 0 0 0 Do you think (short term) Shell could break back past 1000? (eg within a month)? first lets list some impacts US election outcome Economic help U.S. stimulus will dividends payments be used to buy more shares what price energy virus impacts if there is an upward trend then a 10pc plus gain might well be on the cards imo
grupo guitarlumber
23/10/2020
09:36
Do you think (short term) Shell could break back past 1000? (eg within a month)?
netcurtains
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