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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  74.40 5.73% 1,373.40 1,370.20 1,371.00 1,377.80 1,320.40 1,320.60 10,152,566 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 260,049.0 19,217.3 148.5 9.3 56,326

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28/2/2020
07:47
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florenceorbis
28/2/2020
07:13
DIVI DATES Https://www.shell.com/investors/dividend-information/interim-dividend-timetable.html Closing of currency election date (see Note below) February 28, 2020 Pounds sterling and euro equivalents announcement date March 9, 2020
waldron
28/2/2020
00:18
Who would bet on OIL not now falling to $40 and less in the next 6 months? $35 by this Sept is IMO not unlikely buywell3 25 Sep '19 - 10:53 - 3026 of 3379 Edit buywell has just posted that he thinks Royal Dutch Shell could hit 1500p within 12 months to 24 months based upon its chart IF he is right and it is just his opinion BP. could also hit 300p at the same time based upon its chart OIL would have to drop sub $40 for this to happen of course , perhaps to even $35 A Global Slowdown would I guess be the cause of such a macro to occur all imo dyor
buywell3
27/2/2020
18:43
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 51.63 -2.23% Gasoline NYMEX 1.52 -2.90% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.73 -5.77% WTI 47.21 USD -2.46% FTSE 100 6,796.4 -3.49% Dow Jones 26,703.22 -0.94% CAC 40 5,495.6 -3.32% SBF 120 4,363.05 -3.25% Euro STOXX 50 3,455.92 -3.38% DAX 12,367.46 -3.19% Ftse Mib 22,818.17 -2.58% Eni 11.758 -2.54% Total 39.68 -3.33% Engie 16.005 +2.33% Bp 414.15 -3.33% Vodafone 141.06 -3.58% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,731.6 -2.80% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,732.4 -3.00%
waldron
27/2/2020
14:09
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waldron
27/2/2020
08:46
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/27-02-2020
florenceorbis
26/2/2020
17:23
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 53.60 -1.22% Gasoline NYMEX 1.60 -2.79% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.87 +0.81% WTI 49.602 USD -1.13% FTSE 100 7,042.47 +0.35% Dow Jones 27,334.29 +0.93% CAC 40 5,684.55 +0.09% SBF 120 4,509.64 +0.11% Euro STOXX 50 3,577.68 +0.14% DAX 12,774.88 -0.12% Ftse Mib 23,408.39 +1.38% Eni 12.064 +0.73% Total 41.045 -0.23% Engie 15.64 +0.61% Bp 428.8 +0.02% Vodafone 146.3 -0.50% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,781.6 +0.04% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,786 +0.33%
waldron
26/2/2020
08:49
WISHFUL THINKING PERHAPS FOR THE LONG LONG TERM TARGET Should be fun to chalk it up BOX BY BOX 1475 to 1575p 1575 to 1675p 1675 to 1775p$$$$$$$$$$WE ARE HERE TODAY$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ 1775 to 1875p 1875 to 1975p 1975 to 2075p 2075 to 2175p 2175 to 2275p 2275 to 2375p 2375 to 2475p 2475 to 2575p 2575 to 2675p 2675 to 2775p 2775 to 2875p 2875 to 2975p 2975 to 3075p 3075 to 3175p 3175 to 3275p 3275 to 3375p 3375 to 3475p xmas 2020 INITIAL TARGET A SLOW snail like CRAWL TO FJGOOONERS DREAM TARGET PRICE OF 3400p which may well be changed if convincingly surpassed before CHRISTMAS 2020 31st december 2018 WE HAD HOPED TO END THE YEAR IN THE 2675 to 2775p BOX but alas we have to accept putting up with 2340p in the 2275 to 2375p BOX DECEMBER 2019 ENDS IN THE 2175 to 2275p BOX at 2,239.5 Https://www.marketscreener.com/ROYAL-DUTCH-SHELL-PLC-4005314/charts/ So january 2020 ends at 2000p putting us in the 1975 to 2075p BOX Feb 2020 ends at 1786p perhaps in the 1775 to 1875p BOX
waldron
26/2/2020
07:30
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/26-02-2020
florenceorbis
25/2/2020
17:27
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 55.57 -1.30% Gasoline NYMEX 1.67 -2.56% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.86 +0.65% WTI 50.66 USD -1.51% FTSE 100 7,017.88 -1.94% Dow Jones 27,663.08 -1.06% CAC 40 5,679.68 -1.94% SBF 120 4,504.56 -1.89% Euro STOXX 50 3,572.51 -2.04% DAX 12,790.49 -1.88% Ftse Mib 23,138.99 -1.23% Eni 11.976 -1.58% Total 41.14 -2.43% Engie 15.545 -3.42% Bp 428.7 -2.18% Vodafone 147.04 -2.42% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,780.8 -2.25% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,780.2 -2.29%
waldron
25/2/2020
13:43
Investors Retreat From Oil Firms in Sign of Rising Skepticism share with twitter share with LinkedIn share with facebook share via e-mail 0 02/24/2020 | 03:49pm GMT By Sarah McFarlane Major oil companies are working hard to articulate a vision for their future, but the energy sector's poor performance shows that many investors aren't buying it. Companies including Royal Dutch Shell PLC, BP PLC and Total SA have launched plans to turn themselves into lower-carbon businesses. But with low oil prices pressuring the industry's economics and many investors saying it is too early to know whether the intended transformations will generate significant returns, there is growing skepticism on Wall Street over the sector's future. "Just saying that you're going to start a transition doesn't mean you're going to be successful at it," said Fabiana Fedeli, global head of fundamental equities at Netherlands-based Robeco Institutional Asset Management B.V. Major oil companies have limited room to maneuver after last year's lower oil and gas prices hit earnings -- and there is no relief in sight with oil prices down 16% since the start of the year after the coronavirus curbed demand. Energy companies are also under pressure from an expectation that U.S. shale's ability to quickly adjust supply will cap prices over the longer term. The uncertainty has made investors skeptical about whether companies can boost profits and transform through new investments while paying out hefty dividends. Energy has been the worst-performing sector of the S&P 500 for the past decade. "Valuations are telling us that investors are losing confidence in the oil and gas sector," said Nick Stansbury, head of commodity research at the U.K.'s largest asset manager Legal & General Investment Management. In December, the initial public offering of Saudi Arabian Oil Co., known as Aramco, mostly attracted domestic and regional investors. Many institutional investors outside the country passed on the world's largest listing, finding it too expensive, people involved in the IPO said. In another blow to the sector, some investors say some companies' transformation plans don't go far enough. On Shell's latest earnings call last month, Chief Executive Ben Van Beurden made almost as many references to the energy transition and the company's small low-carbon businesses as he did to oil and gas. But Sarasin & Partners LLP, a U.K. asset manager, sold around 20% of its stake in Shell last summer, expressing displeasure with the company's plan to increase fossil-fuel output over the next decade, in an open letter to Shell's chairman. "We were extremely disappointed that, despite your public commitment to act on climate change, [Shell] aims to deliver rising fossil fuel production to at least 2030. We do not view this as aligned with the Paris agreement," the letter said. The company has invested $2.3 billion in what is known as new energies, including wind and solar power, since 2016. Over the same period, it spent about $35 billion on its traditional business of exploring for, and producing, oil and gas. Shell's share price has fallen by about 25% in the past year. Another sign that oil stocks are falling out of favor: The dividend yields of companies including Shell, BP, Exxon Mobil Corp. and Norway's Equinor ASA have been rising. The higher yields are partly the result of falling stock prices. Some companies, including BP and Equinor, have raised their dividends in recent weeks. While shareholders benefit from high dividends, the companies' ability to maintain or raise dividends is at risk if oil and gas prices remain low and keep earnings under pressure. Most energy companies pride themselves on preserving their dividends. Exxon has increased its dividend annually for the past 37 years. Shell hasn't cut its dividend since World War II. "Lowering the dividend is not a good lever to pull if you want to be a world-class investment case so [we're] not going to do that," said Shell's Mr. Van Beurden. Last year, the weighting of oil-and-gas companies in factor-based indexes -- which enable investors to add exposure to particular attributes of a stock, such as growth and value -- fell in every category, including yield, value and profitability, according to data from global index provider FTSE Russell. Shrinking company valuations also meant the proportion of energy stocks in the S&P 500 fell to 4% in January, its lowest in at least three decades, having peaked at over 14% in 2009. Investors have also stopped rewarding the energy sector for amassing reserves of crude, in a sign that climate concerns are altering the way markets value oil companies. A study published by the National Bureau of Economic Research found that investors view undeveloped crude reserves as a reason to discount a company because of the risk that climate policies will curb future oil demand and leave some resources permanently underground and worthless. "I definitely think there will be some resources left in the ground from a carbon-footprint perspective," said Eldar Sætre, CEO of Norway's energy giant Equinor, speaking to The Wall Street Journal at a recent event in London. Write to Sarah McFarlane at sarah.mcfarlane@wsj.com
sarkasm
25/2/2020
07:21
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florenceorbis
24/2/2020
17:22
Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 54.99 -5.09% Gasoline NYMEX 1.69 -4.19% Natural Gas NYMEX 1.84 -3.81% WTI 50.755 USD -2.49% FTSE 100 7,156.83 -3.34% Dow Jones 28,081.12 -3.14% CAC 40 5,791.87 -3.94% SBF 120 4,591.43 -3.74% Euro STOXX 50 3,647.98 -3.92% DAX 13,035.24 -4.01% Ftse Mib 23,445 -5.36% Eni 12.168 -4.67% Total 42.165 -4.81% Engie 16.095 -3.01% Bp 438.25 -3.37% Vodafone 150.68 -2.71% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,821.8 -3.50% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,822 -3.41%
waldron
24/2/2020
11:05
Currently nudging 8%
andyj
24/2/2020
09:08
Https://seekingalpha.com/article/4326552-royal-dutch-shell-2-red-flags-reliable-7_4-dividend-yield?utm_medium=email&utm_source=seeking_alpha&mail_subject=rds-a-royal-dutch-shell-2-red-flags-but-a-reliable-7-4-dividend-yield&utm_campaign=rta-stock-article&utm_content=link-2 Final thoughts In contrast to most of its peers, Shell has failed to grow its production in the last two years. The oil major has also failed to replenish its oil and gas reserves in the last six years and hence it now has the shortest lifetime of reserves in its peer group. On the bright side, thanks to the indiscriminate sell-off of the entire energy sector, which has resulted from the coronavirus, Shell is currently offering a nearly 4-year-high dividend yield of 7.4%. As the oil major enjoys ample free cash flows, the dividend can be considered safe for the foreseeable future. Therefore, those who purchase the stock at its current price are likely to be highly rewarded, particularly if the oil giant improves its upstream performance in the upcoming years.
florenceorbis
24/2/2020
07:45
Https://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/broker-views/index/date/24-02-2020
florenceorbis
23/2/2020
19:34
Government’s amendment to oil agreements, price review prompt industry to rise again: Shell Shell Egypt’s total natural gas production level is 350m cubic feet per day, says Moataz Darwish Mohamed Adel 2 hours ago Comments Off on Government’s amendment to oil agreements, price review prompt industry to rise again: Shell As international oil companies change their business plans to keep pace with recent mega gas discoveries in Egypt, and the government formed a fuel automatic pricing committee to set fuel prices according to global prices, besides amending existing exploration agreements, Daily News Egypt interviewed Deputy Country Chair for Shell Egypt Moataz Darwish. Royal Dutch Shell is one of the companies that have developed their investment plans and switched its focus to gas exploration in deep-water areas. Plunging gas prices are forcing Egypt to change its gas-selling strategy, how does Shell see this move? The recent amendment and update of oil agreements by the Ministry of Petroleum led the sector to revitalise strongly, and prompt foreign partners to achieve many oil and gas discoveries, as the Egyptian market became more attractive. Foreign companies’ increasing interest to invest in the Egyptian oil sector was a result of amending oil agreements in terms of required investment volume and project development costs. The Egyptian government’s periodic review of gas prices also contributed to encouraging foreign partners to implement development programmes and increase production rates. What is Shell Egypt’s total natural gas production level? Shell’s current gas production level is estimated at about 350m cubic feet per day. The Burullus deep-water field in the Mediterranean is the company’s largest gas field. An exploratory well is currently being drilled in the Burullus concession region, and we seek to drill a second well after completing the first. What is the production level from Badr El Din fields? The production of Badr El Din fields, which are located in the Egyptian Western Desert, reached around 120,000 barrel of oil equivalent per day. When would Shell start exploration in the concessions it was awarded recently? Shell Egypt intends to start the seismic survey and drilling exploration wells in the concessions that it recently won in the next fiscal year. Last year, Shell Egypt was awarded exploration rights to five concession areas in two auctions, of which three are for searching for oil: West Fayoum, Southeast Horus, and South Abu Sinan, and the other two are for natural gas: North Sidi Gaber and North El Fanar offshore areas. How is your operation contract of Idku liquefaction plant going amid low global gas prices? We have a company that specialises in contracting and exporting gas to global markets. It has a large portfolio of gas supply contracts because Shell is the largest company in the world in terms of LNG exports. Idku Liquefaction Plant, currently operated by Shell, was launched in 2005 in partnership between the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (12%), the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (12%), British Gas (35.5%) -which was acquired by Shell- Malaysia’s Petronas (35.5%), and ENGIE (5%). How do you see the recent amendments to the law regulating the gas market in Egypt that allow foreign partners to sell gas directly to the private sector? This mechanism is followed in many countries around the world and we are waiting impatiently for its implementation because it is the best solution to liberalising the market. [The law regulating the Egyptian gas market includes an article that allows a foreign partner to obtain a license to sell its share of local gas fields to the private sector at prices set by the Gas Regulatory Authority, as part of the government’s plan to liberalise the energy market locally.] When will you start developing your recently acquired concession in the Red Sea? Shell Egypt has been awarded two concessions in the Red Sea bid round, which was launched in March 2019. The first concession is located in Block 4 which was awarded to Shell in partnership with Mubadala (30%), while the second concession is located in Block 3 with Shell being the sole licence holder. We are awaiting the Egyptian parliament’s approval, and then we can start the seismic survey and drilling the first exploratory well to know the size of reserves. What are the updates of the Aphrodite gas field off the southern coast of Cyprus, of which Shell has a share? No plan has been put in place to develop the Aphrodite discovery in the deep waters of the Mediterranean so far, as there is no way to link production at present. US Noble Energy is the main operator of the field, while Shell is one the partners. What does Shell see the future of the Egyptian oil market in light of the decline in gas prices globally? Shell has a strategy based on global market studies until 2050, which expects an increase in market demand rates, which requires more discoveries. The existing gas discoveries will not cover global demand in light of urban and economic expansion worldwide
maywillow
23/2/2020
18:30
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maywillow
23/2/2020
10:04
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misca2
23/2/2020
10:04
Don?t open the petershares post, another fake link from the idiot
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