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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
  -45.80 -3.13% 1,418.20 1,415.80 1,416.60 1,466.40 1,403.40 1,456.80 13,436,372 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 13,205.3 -19,723.5 -203.3 - 58,164

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25/5/2021
11:45
It looks as if Irsn is coming back into the international community and the oil ban lifted. If the ban is lifted, how may barrels will be exported and over what time scale?
stutes
18/5/2021
20:03
Biden to waive sanctions on firm in charge of Nord Stream 2 - Axios May 18, 2021 2:56 PM ETPublic Joint Stock Company Gazprom (OGZPY)By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor The U.S. will waive sanctions on the corporate entity and CEO overseeing the construction of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which would indicate that the Biden administration is not willing to rupture its relationship with Germany over the pipeline, Axios reports. The State Department soon will send its mandatory 90-day report to Congress listing entities involved in Nord Stream 2 that deserve sanctions, but it will call for sanctions only against a handful of Russian ships, according to the report. The Gazprom-led (OTCPK:OGZPY) project includes western partners Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A, RDS.B), BASF's (OTCQX:BASFY) Wintershall, Uniper (OTC:UNPPY), OMV (OTCPK:OMVJF) and Engie (OTCPK:ENGIY). The pipeline could be finished by late summer without a major intervention to stop it; Germany's federal maritime regulator just issued a ruling allowing work on the project to proceed in German waters.
sarkasm
16/5/2021
16:00
If Biden changes the tax levy on fossil fuel firms, how will it affect RDSA?
stutes
09/5/2021
18:55
The Board of Royal Dutch Shell plc has announced the intended timetable for the quarterly interim dividends. Announcement date April 29, 2021 Ex-dividend date for ADS.A and ADS.B May 13, 2021 Ex-dividend date for RDS A and RDS B May 13, 2021 Record date May 14, 2021 Closing of currency election date (see Note below) May 28, 2021 Pounds sterling and euro equivalents announcement date June 7, 2021 Payment date June 21, 2021
grupo guitarlumber
09/5/2021
18:36
Event Date MAY/18/2021 Annual General Meeting MAY/26/2021 Investor Day
grupo guitarlumber
09/5/2021
08:45
Https://newseu.cgtn.com/news/2021-05-08/Why-fossil-fuel-companies-still-have-a-role-to-play-Shell-104XcIY8eLC/index.html
grupo
30/4/2021
18:03
Oil Giants Recover as Prices Rebound -- Update 04/30/2021 | 03:27pm BST By Christopher M. Matthews Big oil companies returned to profitability during the first quarter as they recovered from the unprecedented destruction of oil and gas demand wrought by the coronavirus pandemic. Exxon Mobil Corp. reported $2.7 billion in net income Friday, its first quarterly profit since the pandemic erupted last spring, while Chevron Corp. reported $1.4 billion in first-quarter profit. The results were boosted by rising oil prices during the first months of 2021, as countries around the world soften coronavirus quarantines. The largest European oil companies, BP PLC, Royal Dutch Shell PLC and Total SE, all reported profits earlier in the week after enduring huge losses last year. "That recovery, which we had anticipated happening at some point in time, is happening sooner than we anticipated," Exxon Chief Executive Darren Woods said in an interview Friday. "As economies are reopening and rebounding quicker, in some places, than expected, we are seeing a demand response." Oil companies endured one of their worst years on record in 2020, as Covid-19 lockdowns choked off demand for oil and gas as road and air traffic fell precipitously. Exxon reported its first annual loss in modern history in 2020 of about $22 billion. But cautious optimism has been mounting that global economic activity could return to pre-pandemic levels later this year as vaccines become more widely available around the world. Chevron Chief Financial Officer Pierre Breber said that demand for gasoline and diesel was nearly back to pre-pandemic levels, and that jet fuel is the last remaining overhang, with strong signs that domestic air travel in the U.S. is picking up. "As we look forward, the next couple of quarters look very good," Mr. Breber said in an interview. "We feel good about our ability to generate cash." Chevron's net income was down about 62% from the same quarter last year, but was a substantial increase from a $665 million loss in the previous quarter. Exxon's $2.7 billion profit compared with a $610 million loss a year ago. BP's profit more than tripled from the previous quarter to nearly $4.7 billion, and Shell reported a profit of almost $5.7 billion. Share prices for the world's largest energy companies have moved in tandem with oil prices that have rebounded markedly in recent months. U.S. oil prices are up nearly 80% over the past six months, while the shares of Exxon, Chevron, BP and Shell are collectively up about 65%. On Thursday, U.S. oil prices neared a six-week high of about $65 a barrel but fell around 2.5% in early trading Friday as traders eyed a build in crude and gasoline stockpiles. The share prices of Exxon, Chevron, BP and Shell were collectively down nearly 2% in early trading Friday. The optimism about oil and gas demand rebounding is being tempered by concerns about rapidly rising Covid-19 case numbers in India and South America, said Bjornar Tonhaugen, an analyst at Rystad Energy. Reduced economic activity in India alone may sap as much as 900,000 barrels of oil a day from global demand, according to Rystad. "For the moment optimism is helping prices, but every trader's eyes are on India," Mr. Tonhaugen said. "The oil bulls are out again but it's doubtful that they are having a confident and calm sleep." In response to growing profits, Chevron, BP and Shell boosted their payouts to investors. On Wednesday, Chevron increased its quarterly dividend by 4%, while Shell also raised its dividend 4%, the second increase since slashing it last year. BP said it would buy back $500 million of shares. Total and Exxon held their dividends flat. The weeklong freeze in Texas that left millions without power in February affected profits for many of the companies, which both produce oil in the state and own plants there to convert the hydrocarbons into fuels and plastics. Chevron's refining and chemical units reported $5 million in profits, down from $1.1 billion a year ago, which Chevron CEO Mike Wirth attributed to the February storm and continuing impact of the pandemic. In total, the storm cut about $300 million from its profit, Chevron said. Exxon said the extreme weather reduced earnings by nearly $600 million. Meanwhile, analysts attributed the strong performance of BP's trading unit to its ability to capitalize on substantial price fluctuations during the storm. Despite the improving conditions, Chevron has pledged to keep capital expenditures austere. Mr. Wirth said capital spending decreased 43% from last year during the quarter, citing its corporate restructuring last year that saw as much as 15% of its workforce laid off. Exxon also has pledged fiscal restraint, saying its plan to cut annual capital spending by about 30% remains unchanged. Some investors are deeply skeptical of the industry notwithstanding climbing commodity prices, according to Paul Sankey, an independent oil and gas analyst. Most of the companies' share prices are still trading below their pre-pandemic levels as investors evaluate the firms' plans to navigate tightening global regulations on carbon emissions. Earlier this month, President Biden pledged to cut U.S. emissions by about 50% from 2005 levels by 2030, targeting greenhouse gases from power plants, buildings and the transportation sector. Mr. Woods said Friday that Exxon is engaging with officials on climate policy and has urged the government to set a price on carbon, which it says would spur investment in carbon-reducing technologies. Mr. Sankey said the industry delivered poor results for years from their core oil business before the pandemic, leaving some to doubt they can reap profits from renewable energy or technologies to reduce carbon emissions, which some of the companies have promised to do. "Their track record is not good enough for them to get into a new theme, because they did so poorly on the old one," Mr. Sankey said. Write to Christopher M. Matthews at christopher.matthews@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires
waldron
29/4/2021
07:13
Dividend timetable for the first quarter 2021 interim dividend Announcement date April 29 , 2021 Ex- Dividend Date for ADS.A and ADS.B May 13, 2021 Ex- Dividend Date for RDS A and RDS B May 13, 2021 Record date May 14, 2021 Closing of currency election date (see May 28, 2021 Note below) Pound sterling and euro equivalents announcement June 7, 2021 date Payment date June 21, 2021
the grumpy old men
28/4/2021
22:42
Shell Q1 2021 Earnings Preview Apr. 28, 2021 1:52 PM ETRoyal Dutch Shell plc (RDS.A)By: Akanksha Bakshi, SA News Editor1 Comment Shell (NYSE:RDS.A) is scheduled to announce Q1 earnings results on Thursday, April 29th, before market open. The consensus EPS Estimate is $0.91 (+145.9% Y/Y) and the consensus Revenue Estimate is $62.18B (+3.6% Y/Y). Analysts expect Cash flow from operations of $7.51B. Over the last 2 years, RDS.A has beaten EPS estimates 63% of the time and has beaten revenue estimates 63% of the time. Over the last 3 months, EPS estimates have seen 5 upward revisions and 0 downward. Revenue estimates have seen 8 upward revisions and 4 downward.
waldron
27/4/2021
19:59
Https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/shell-rds.a-gears-up-for-q1-earnings%3A-whats-in-store-2021-04-26
the grumpy old men
27/4/2021
13:31
Https://oilprice.com/Energy/Crude-Oil/The-5-Most-Influential-Oil-Companies-In-The-World.html
the grumpy old men
27/4/2021
12:22
Solaria Energia y Medio Ambiente SA will supply renewable power from its 626-megawatt photovoltaic plant in Spain to Royal Dutch Shell PLC and Axpo Holding AG, according to a company source. Earlier this week, the Spanish energy company said construction of the Trillo plant, which is located in Guadalajara, is scheduled to start in May and the project will be operational by the end of the year. The plant's investment is estimated at a total 219 million euros ($264.7 million). Solaria had previously said that it has signed 10-year purchase power agreements with both Shell and Axpo Iberia, a subsidiary of the Swiss company. This story was translated in whole or in part from a ​Spanish-language version initially published by EFE Dow Jones, a partner of Dow Jones & Co. Write to Rodrigo de Miguel at rodrigo.demiguelroncal@dowjones.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 27, 2021 06:37 ET (10:37 GMT)
the grumpy old men
27/4/2021
10:03
Date: Thursday, 29 April 2021 Q1 2021 dividend announcement date
the grumpy old men
27/4/2021
10:00
APRIL/29/2021 Q1 2021 Earnings Release
the grumpy old men
27/4/2021
08:09
Https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/in-depth-research-reports/issue-brief/what-will-the-impact-be-if-nord-stream-2-is-completed/
the grumpy old men
25/4/2021
13:14
Oil price boost should see BP Q1 profits gush The 25 per cent-plus rise in oil prices seen since the start of 2021 should help BP’s profits surge when it reports first-quarter results this week. By Perry Gourley and August Graham Sunday, 25th April 2021, 7:00 am Analysts expect the company's replacement cost profit, its preferred measure, to reach £1.2 billion compared to £569 million in the same period last year. Since the start of the year the price of a barrel of Brent crude oil has risen strongly and has trebled since a low point a year ago. Steve Clayton, manager of the HL Select Funds, said: "With oil prices having built on their 2020 recovery throughout the first three months of the year, BP should have had a reasonable trading environment to report when it posts first-quarter numbers." The price of Brent averaged around $61 (£44) a barrel in the first quarter, compared to $44 a quarter earlier, and $50 in the first three months of 2020. However, shares in BP and rival Shell, which also reports next week, have not bounced back as strongly as many expected. BP's shares have only gained 16 per cent since their worst days in March 2020 and are still more than 40 per cent down from their pre-pandemic levels. Shell, which in January announced it was cutting 300 Aberdeen jobs, meanwhile is up just 27 per cent from March 2020 and also around 40 per cent down since January 2020. AJ Bell investment director Russ Mould said investors are “clearly sceptical” over the two majors’ shift to a lower carbon business model. The companies' share prices will also not have been helped by cutting dividends, the first time since the Gulf of Mexico oil spill for BP, and the first time since the Second World War for Shell. "Some contrarians may see this as an opportunity, given how sentiment toward the sector is so washed out, how badly the stocks have performed, the possibility of an economic upturn, and the likelihood that oil will be with us as a primary source of energy for some time to come, whether we like it or not," Mr Mould said. He added that analysts will also focus on BP's production figures when the results come out on Tuesday. www.scotsman.com/subscriptions
waldron
22/4/2021
10:58
Https://shipmanagementinternational.com/hydrogen-will-be-the-dominant-fuel-but-lng-is-the-bridge-says-shell-boss/ Hydrogen will be the dominant fuel but LNG is the bridge, says Shell boss April 22, 2021
sarkasm
21/4/2021
08:56
Global oil major Royal Dutch Shell PLC is partnering with Sembcorp Marine Ltd. in Singapore to study the use of hydrogen fuel cells for ships, the first step in potentially promoting wider use of the clean fuel in the local shipping industry. Shell said Wednesday that the companies will carry out a feasibility study, with the goal of installing a fuel cell on a ship next year for a 12-month trial. Shell will provide hydrogen fuel for the trial, with a unit of Sembcorp Marine designing a fuel cell and retrofitting the test vessel. Shell said the test could pave the way for environmentally cleaner shipping. Fuel cells may be the zero-emissions technology with the biggest potential to help the shipping sector achieve net-zero emissions in the coming decades, it said. "This trial is an important step in demonstrating the applicability of hydrogen and fuel cells on ships," said Nick Potter, general manager of Shell Shipping & Maritime in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. "We see fuel cells and hydrogen as a promising pathway for decarbonizing shipping." The International Maritime Organization has set a goal of at least halving greenhouse-gas emissions across the shipping industry by 2050. Shell targets cutting its own emissions to net-zero by then. Write to Justina Lee at justina.lee@wsj.com (END) Dow Jones Newswires April 21, 2021 02:54 ET (06:54 GMT)
the grumpy old men
19/4/2021
12:00
In a research note published by Jon Rigby, UBS advises its customers to buy the stock. The target price continues to be set at GBX 1860.
gibbs1
18/4/2021
16:46
Historic Oil Glut Amassed During the Pandemic Has Almost Gone Grant Smith and Julian Lee, Bloomberg News AddThis Sharing Buttons Share to Facebook Share to TwitterShare to LinkedInShare to EmailShare to Plus d'options... Oil storage tanks in Cushing, Oklahoma. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg Oil storage tanks in Cushing, Oklahoma. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg , Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg (Bloomberg) -- The unprecedented oil inventory glut that amassed during the coronavirus pandemic is almost gone, underpinning a price recovery that’s rescuing producers but vexing consumers. Barely a fifth of the surplus that flooded into the storage tanks of developed economies when oil demand crashed last year remained as of February, according to the International Energy Agency. Since then, the lingering remnants have been whittled away as supplies hoarded at sea plunge and a key depot in South Africa is depleted. The re-balancing comes as OPEC and its allies keep vast swathes of production off-line and a tentative economic recovery rekindles global fuel demand. It’s propping international crude prices near $67 a barrel, a boon for producers yet an increasing concern for motorists and governments wary of inflation. “Commercial oil inventories across the OECD are already back down to their five-year average,” said Ed Morse, head of commodities research at Citigroup Inc. “What’s left of the surplus is almost entirely concentrated in China, which has been building a permanent petroleum reserve.” The process isn’t quite complete. A considerable overhang appears to remain off the coast of China’s Shandong province, though this may have accumulated to feed new refineries, according to consultants IHS Markit Ltd. Working off the remainder of the global excess may take some more time, as OPEC+ is reviving some halted supplies and new virus outbreaks in India and Brazil threaten demand. Still, the end of the glut at least appears to be in sight. Oil inventories in developed economies stood just 57 million barrels above their 2015-2019 average as of February, down from a peak of 249 million in July, the IEA estimates. It’s a stark turnaround from a year ago, when lockdowns crushed world fuel demand by 20% and trading giant Gunvor Group Ltd. fretted that storage space for oil would soon run out. Stockpile Slump In the U.S., the inventory pile-up has effectively cleared already. Total stockpiles of crude and products subsided in late February to 1.28 billion barrels -- a level seen before coronavirus erupted -- and continue to hover there, according to the Energy Information Administration. Last week, stockpiles in the East Coast fell to their lowest in at least 30 years. “We’re starting to see refinery runs pick up in the U.S., which will be good for potential crude stock draws,” said Mercedes McKay, a senior analyst at consultants FGE. There have also been declines inside the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve, the warren of salt caverns used to store oil for emergency use. Traders and oil companies were allowed to temporarily park oversupply there by former President Trump, and in recent months have quietly removed about 21 million barrels from the location, according to people familiar with the matter. The oil surplus that gathered on the world’s seas is also diminishing. Ships were turned into makeshift floating depots when onshore facilities grew scarce last year, but the volumes have plunged, according to IHS Markit Ltd. They’ve tumbled about by 27% in the past two weeks to 50.7 million barrels, the lowest in a year, IHS analysts Yen Ling Song and Fotios Katsoulas estimate. A particularly vivid symbol is the draining of crude storage tanks at the logistically-critical Saldanha Bay hub on the west coast of South Africa. It’s a popular location for traders, allowing them the flexibility to quickly send cargoes to different geographical markets. Inventories at the terminal are set to fall to 24.5 million barrels, the lowest in a year, according to ship tracking data monitored by Bloomberg. For the 23-nation OPEC+ coalition led by Saudi Arabia and Russia, the decline is a vindication of the bold strategy they adopted a year ago. The alliance slashed output by 10 million barrels a day last April -- roughly 10% of global supplies -- and is now in the process of carefully restoring some of the halted barrels. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries has consistently said its key objective is to normalize swollen inventories, though it’s unclear whether the cartel will open the taps once that’s achieved. In the past, the lure of high prices has prompted the group to keep production tight even after reaching its stockpile target. Mixed Blessing To consuming nations the great de-stocking is less of a blessing. Drivers in California are already reckoning with paying almost $4 for a gallon of gasoline, data from the AAA auto club shows. India, a major importer, has complained about the financial pain of resurgent prices. For better or worse, the re-balancing should continue. As demand picks up further, global inventories will decline at a rate of 2.2 million barrels a day in the second half, propelling Brent crude to $74 a barrel or even higher, Citigroup predicts. “Gasoline sales are ripping in the U.S.,” said Morse. “Demand across all products will hit record levels in the third quarter, pushed up by demand for transport fuels and petrochemical feed-stocks.”
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