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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% 1,444.80 1,436.20 1,437.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 13,205.3 -19,723.5 -203.3 - 59,255

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18/12/2020
17:44
Bp 271.35 +0.74% Vodafone 125.98 +0.40% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,381.2 -0.55% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,341 -0.67% Tullow Oil (TLW) 31.67 -0.08 (-0.25%) Total 35.99 -1.09% Engie 12.625 -0.36% Orange 9.95 +3.37% Axa 19.884 -1.30% Eni 8.621 -1.03%
waldron
18/12/2020
09:27
Https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/oil-companies-must-pay-nearly-50m-to-39383/ Morgan Lewis The US District Court for the Central District of California issued an opinion on December 10 in the decades-long fight between the US Environmental Protection Agency and several oil companies over payment of the United States’ costs incurred in remediating the McColl Superfund Site used for the manufacturing of aviation fuel during World War II. In United States of America v. Shell Oil Co., No. 91-00589, the court granted the United States’ motion for summary judgment and awarded the United States $49,861,337.62 in past cleanup costs.
adrian j boris
18/12/2020
07:36
European markets head for slightly lower open as Brexit fears resurface Published Fri, Dec 18 20202:11 AM ESTUpdated Fri, Dec 18 20202:26 AM EST Elliot Smith @ElliotSmithCNBC Key Points British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Thursday that talks were in a “serious situation” and a deal is unlikely unless the EU is willing to alter its position on fisheries. An influential U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory panel on Thursday overwhelmingly approved Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine for emergency use, a key step towards distributing the second Covid-19 vaccine in the United States next week. LONDON — European markets are set to open marginally lower on Friday morning as British and European leaders strike pessimistic tones about the prospect of agreeing to a post-Brexit trade deal. Britain’s FTSE 100 is seen around 12 points lower at 6,539, Germany’s DAX is set to slip around 11 points lower to 13,656 and France’s CAC 40 is expected to shed around 17 points to open at 5,532, according to IG data.
waldron
17/12/2020
21:57
54 million quid open trade went in this evening at 18:15
smithys2019
17/12/2020
21:56
54 million quid open trade went in this evening at 18:15
smithys2019
16/12/2020
07:24
DIVI DATES Https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html Payment date December 16, 2020
adrian j boris
14/12/2020
17:41
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waldron
13/12/2020
11:13
03/12/2020 8:00am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMRDSA TIDMRDSB ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC Notice of Results The Hague, December 3(rd) 2020 - On Thursday February 4(th) 2021 at 07:00 GMT (08:00 CET and 02:00 EST) Royal Dutch Shell plc will release its fourth quarter results and fourth quarter interim dividend announcement for 2020.
maywillow
13/12/2020
11:11
DIVI DATES Https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html Payment date December 16, 2020
maywillow
13/12/2020
10:26
Royal Dutch Shell dividend increases? In terms of expectations, analysts estimate that Royal Dutch Shell will earn more in the future as demand potentially rebounds thanks to Covid-19 vaccines. Although analysts expect RDSB to earn just $0.71 per share for FY 2020 due to the pandemic, they expect the company’s earnings per share to recover to $1.34 per share for FY 2021. Things could get even better after that as analysts expect the company to earn $1.99 per share for FY 2022, and $2.37 per share for FY 2023. If RDSB achieves or even surpasses those earnings numbers for FY 2022 and FY 2023, management could conceivably increase the dividend back to the pre-Covid level of $1.88 per share in FY 2019. With that said, I don’t think a quick dividend recovery will happen. Although Royal Dutch Shell’s could theoretically pay the same amount of dividends as they did before the pandemic if earnings recovers by FY 2022–23, management has said they don’t plan to raise the dividend by much. Rather than increase the dividend a lot, they have said they hope to continue to raise it by around 4% in the following years. One reason is that management wants to pay down debt. As of the third quarter, Shell had $73.5bn in debt and management has said they want to get that number down to $65bn. Once they get the debt down to $65bn, management has said they “will target total shareholder distributions of 20-30% of cash flow from operation“. Royal Dutch Shell also needs money to transition into green energy. Many green energy projects don’t have as high of a return on investment as traditional giant oil and gas projects. As a result, Shell may have to invest more money to produce the same amount of profit. Is the stock a buy? Given that transitions are difficult, I reckon Royal Dutch Shell will face some headwinds in terms of its shift into a more greener energy mix. There could also be a variety of headwinds that make achieving analyst earnings estimates harder as well. Nevertheless I like management and I believe they can execute. If the company achieves its earnings estimates for the FY 2022/FY 2023, I think there could be upside. I’d buy Royal Dutch Shell shares at current prices and hold for the long term. The Motley Fool UK
sarkasm
12/12/2020
08:07
Russia resumes Nord Stream 2 pipeline work in German waters Dec. 11, 2020 1:10 PM ETPublic Joint Stock Company Gazprom (OGZPY)By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor13 Comments Russia has resumed construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Germany, laying pipes after a one-year hiatus caused by U.S. sanctions, the pipeline operator says. Gazprom's (OTCPK:OGZPY) western partners in the project, which is estimated to cost €9.5B ($11.5B), are Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B), BASF (OTCQX:BASFY), Uniper (OTC:UNPPY), OMV (OTCPK:OMVJF) and Engie (OTCPK:ENGIY). "The pipelay vessel Fortuna will lay a 2.6 km section of the pipeline in the German Exclusive Economic Zone in water depths of less than 30 meters (100 ft.)," Nord Stream 2 says. The Fortuna, which was used to lay pipe in the Russian section of the 55B cm/year pipeline, is a vessel that uses anchors, unlike Russia's Akademik Cherskiy pipelayer, which has dynamic positioning capabilities. However, the threat of U.S. sanctions against any company involved could still present an obstacle to pipelaying in Danish waters, S&P Global Platts reports. Meanwhile, German lawmakers are looking at creating a legal mechanism that would help protect Nord Stream 2 from U.S. sanctions. Also, the U.S. is set to pass expanded sanctions as part of its new defense bill.
sarkasm
12/12/2020
07:51
Zacks Equity Research Zacks Published Dec 11, 2020 5:50PM EST Shell Oil (RDS.A) closed at $37.81 in the latest trading session, marking a -1.59% move from the prior day. This move lagged the S&P 500's daily loss of 0.13%. Elsewhere, the Dow gained 0.16%, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq lost 0.23%. Heading into today, shares of the oil and gas company had gained 25.43% over the past month, outpacing the Oils-Energy sector's gain of 17.92% and the S&P 500's gain of 3.58% in that time. Wall Street will be looking for positivity from RDS.A as it approaches its next earnings report date. On that day, RDS.A is projected to report earnings of $0.25 per share, which would represent a year-over-year decline of 66.22%. RDS.A's full-year Zacks Consensus Estimates are calling for earnings of $1.30 per share and revenue of $253.48 billion. These results would represent year-over-year changes of -67.82% and -28.01%, respectively. Any recent changes to analyst estimates for RDS.A should also be noted by investors. Recent revisions tend to reflect the latest near-term business trends. As a result, we can interpret positive estimate revisions as a good sign for the company's business outlook. Research indicates that these estimate revisions are directly correlated with near-term share price momentum. To benefit from this, we have developed the Zacks Rank, a proprietary model which takes these estimate changes into account and provides an actionable rating system. The Zacks Rank system, which ranges from #1 (Strong Buy) to #5 (Strong Sell), has an impressive outside-audited track record of outperformance, with #1 stocks generating an average annual return of +25% since 1988. Over the past month, the Zacks Consensus EPS estimate has moved 5.68% higher. RDS.A is currently a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold). In terms of valuation, RDS.A is currently trading at a Forward P/E ratio of 29.48. Its industry sports an average Forward P/E of 33.66, so we one might conclude that RDS.A is trading at a discount comparatively. We can also see that RDS.A currently has a PEG ratio of 7.37. The PEG ratio is similar to the widely-used P/E ratio, but this metric also takes the company's expected earnings growth rate into account. RDS.A's industry had an average PEG ratio of 8.67 as of yesterday's close. The Oil and Gas - Integrated - International industry is part of the Oils-Energy sector. This industry currently has a Zacks Industry Rank of 241, which puts it in the bottom 6% of all 250+ industries. The Zacks Industry Rank includes is listed in order from best to worst in terms of the average Zacks Rank of the individual companies within each of these sectors. Our research shows that the top 50% rated industries outperform the bottom half by a factor of 2 to 1. Zacks.com The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc.
sarkasm
11/12/2020
16:58
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 50.00 -0.73% Gasoline NYMEX 1.31 -0.70% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.62 +1.24% WTI 46.645 USD -0.91% FTSE 100 6,546.75 -0.80% Dow Jones 29,930.28 -0.23% CAC 40 5,507.55 -0.76% SBF 120 4,355.92 -0.72% Euro STOXX 50 3,487.35 -1.08% DAX 13,114.3 -1.36% Ftse Mib 21,709.76 -0.94% Eni 8.808 -1.43% Total 37.02 -1.71% Engie 12.34 -0.44% Orange 9.908 -4.04% Axa 19.658 -1.73% Bp 275.25 -3.34% Vodafone 130.98 -2.06% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,394.8 -2.79% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,337.4 -3.45% Tullow Oil (TLW) 31.65-1.08 (-3.30%)
waldron
10/12/2020
06:17
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sarkasm
10/12/2020
00:11
World's top oil trader set to retire from Shell - Bloomberg Dec. 09, 2020 11:42 AM ETRoyal Dutch Shell plc (RDS.A)By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor12 Comments Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A +0.2%) is shaking up its in-house trading unit, with the retirement of Mark Quartermain as head of crude, a job widely seen as the most powerful in the global oil trading industry, Bloomberg reports. Quartermain reportedly will retire in summer 2021, less than four years after taking the job, to be succeeded by Stacie Pitts, who instantly would become the most influential woman in the oil trading business. Pitts, who now leads the gasoline team at Shell, would handle a trading book that buys and sells 8M bbl/day of oil. The oil trading unit saved Shell from the plunge in prices earlier this year by making bets that delivered hundreds of millions of dollars while the rest of the business struggled, prompting Shell CFO Jessica Uhl to say the in-house unit's Q2 performance was its "best on record." Financial Times reports Shell has been hit by the departure of several clean energy executives in a split over how aggressively the company should shift towards greener fuels.
grupo guitarlumber
06/12/2020
13:37
Russian Ships Move To Baltic Sea Areas To Resume Construction Of Controversial Pipeline December 06, 2020 03:15 GMT By RFE/RL A Russian pipe-laying ship has moved into position to resume construction of a natural-gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea that the United States, Ukraine, and other countries have vehemently opposed. German shipping authorities have issued an advisory for the Baltic Sea area where the last few kilometers of the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline are set to be laid and warned vessels to avoid the zone from December 5-31. The Akademik Cherskiy reached the area off the coast of Poland on December 5, according to Marine Traffic tracking services. Also on December 5, the Russian pipe-laying ship, Fortuna, left a German port apparently heading to a different location where another pipeline section is to be built. Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR) posted a video showing the 170-meter-long vessel being pulled by five tugboats. A spokesman for the Nord Stream 2 project declined to disclose information about the ships’ plans because he wanted to protect the companies involved, according to NDR. The repositioning of the vessels followed Russia’s pledge to complete the pipeline despite the threat of U.S. sanctions. The pipeline still has 16 kilometers left in German waters and another 60 kilometers in the Danish section yet to be built. Russia's state-controlled natural-gas company Gazprom has moved to finish construction of the pipeline with its own resources after construction was thrown into uncertainty a year ago following U.S. sanctions on the project, which will double Russian natural-gas deliveries to Germany. The United States argues that the Nord Stream 2 would erode European energy security at a time when relations between the West and Russia are at post-Cold War lows over numerous issues, including the poisoning of Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny and Moscow's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea. German Chancellor Angela Merkel has faced criticism for backing the project, but there has been speculation that she might withdraw her support following the poisoning of Navalny earlier this year. The U.S. Embassy in Berlin on December 5 called on the German government to halt construction of the pipeline. "Now is the time for Germany and the EU to call for a moratorium for the pipeline's construction," Robin Quinville, charge d'affaires at the embassy, told the newspaper Handelsblatt on December 5. This would send a clear signal that Europe "no longer accepts Russia's sustained malevolent behavior," she said. The official added that the pipeline was not just an economic project but a political tool for the Kremlin to circumvent Ukraine and split up Europe. Poland, Ukraine, and the Baltic states are fiercely opposed to the pipeline. Ukraine has complained because Nord Stream 2 would reroute Russian gas around Ukraine, depriving Kyiv of much-needed transit fees. Russia, which initially expected to complete the pipeline in early 2020, has accused the United States of using energy sanctions as a "weapon" to open new markets for its oil and gas industry. After the sanctions on vessels were passed, Russian President Vladimir Putin said he hoped the pipeline would be completed by early 2021. The U.S. Congress is considering another bill that would widen the scope of sanctions to include any individual or entity providing insurance, technical certification, or welding services for the project. With reporting by dpa, AP, AFP, and Norddeutscher Rundfunk
the grumpy old men
06/12/2020
10:11
DIVI DATES Https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html Payment date December 16, 2020
grupo guitarlumber
06/12/2020
09:37
Why The World Can’t Quit Fossil Fuels By Haley Zaremba - Dec 05, 2020, 5:00 PM CST Join Our Community Have the recent pronouncements of the death of oil and reigning renewables been more rhetoric than reality? Yes and no. It’s true that peak oil is now closer than ever, and globally we’re seeing a more earnest effort to decarbonize than ever before, in large part thanks to green stimulus packages for post-COVID economic recovery. But for all of the advances that green energy is making around the world, it’s just not enough to achieve the kind of greenhouse gas emissions reductions necessary to curb the impact of climate change. In fact, it’s not even close. This week Axios reported on the “chasm between CO2 goals and energy production,” saying that “projected and planned levels of global oil, natural gas and coal production are way out of step with the kind of emissions cuts needed to hold global warming significantly in check.” This reporting is based on a brand new study. The second annual “Production Gap Report” is the continuation of a project developed in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The 2020 report was put together by the UN, the Stockholm Environment Institute, the International Institute for Sustainable Development, the Overseas Development Institute and the climate think tank E3G. The purpose of the report, which is modelled after and alongside UNEP’s Emissions Gap Reports is to synthesize and communicate “the large discrepancy between countries’ planned fossil fuel production and the global production levels necessary to limit warming to 1.5°C and 2°C.” And, as it turns out, that discrepancy is still quite large, even after the COVID-19 pandemic took a huge bite out of fossil fuel demand and the oil and gas industry as a whole. Related: UAE Oil Is A Vital Geopolitical Weapon Against China's Middle East Expansion The report calculates the emissions that will be released from fuel combustion over the next calendar year based on projections and extrapolations of all the countries of the worlds’ planned and estimated fossil fuel extraction. The prognosis is grim. While meeting the Paris climate accord goal of limiting and maintaining long-term global warming to just 1.5° Celsius over pre-industrial temperature averages would require the global community to reduce fossil fuel production by a full 6 percent each year over the course of the next decade, right now most countries are reaching toward a reduction goal of just 2 percent--less than half of what is needed. Despite the fact that all 196 members of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) signed onto the Paris Agreement, according to the 2020 Production Gap report, "countries are instead planning and projecting an average annual increase of 2 percent, which by 2030 would result in more than double the production consistent with the 1.5°C limit." While the world is heading in the right direction overall to bring down greenhouse gas emissions on the eve of catastrophic climate change, it simply isn’t doing so with enough urgency. For example, while coal has had an especially rough year and seems to be on its very last legs as an industry, it would need to see a whopping 11 percent production cut every year until 2030 to comply with the 1.5°C pathway. It’s hard to see that happening when countries like China are falling back on coal in times of economic and energy insecurity. Similarly, while OPEC+ is mulling over the idea of extending production cuts to keep oil prices afloat during this extended oil demand downturn, it would be shortsighted and naive to think that means the end of oil is upon us. While we may very well be living in the era of peak oil, that is a far cry from seeing a 6 percent annual decrease of the fuel that still overwhelmingly powers the global economy. Ultimately, in spite of all the lofty rhetoric, “the pandemic-related production declines this year won't lead to the long-term changes needed to get on track toward those temperature targets.” For that we need human intervention and intentional economic and political restructuring, not just viral disruption. By Haley Zaremba for Oilprice.com
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