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Shell Plc SHEL London Ordinary Share
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-17.00 -0.72% 2,358.50 16:35:07
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2,365.00 2,323.00 2,381.50 2,358.50 2,375.50
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Shell SHEL Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
28/07/20221USX2531/12/202131/12/202211/08/202212/08/202219/09/20220
05/05/20221USX2531/12/202131/12/202219/05/202220/05/202227/06/20220
03/02/2022FinalUSX2431/12/202031/12/202117/02/202218/02/202228/03/202289.35
28/10/20211USX2431/12/202031/12/202111/11/202112/11/202120/12/20210
29/07/20211USX2431/12/202031/12/202112/08/202113/08/202120/09/20210
29/04/20211USX17.3531/12/202031/12/202113/05/202114/05/202121/06/20210
04/02/2021FinalUSX16.6531/12/201931/12/202018/02/202119/02/202129/03/202165.3
29/10/20201USX16.6531/12/201931/12/202012/11/202013/11/202016/12/20200
30/07/20201USX1631/12/201931/12/202013/08/202014/08/202021/09/20200
30/04/20201USX1631/12/201931/12/202014/05/202015/05/202022/06/20200
30/01/2020FinalUSX4731/12/201831/12/201913/02/202014/02/202023/03/2020188
31/10/20191USX4731/12/201831/12/201914/11/201915/11/201918/12/20190
01/08/20191USX4731/12/201831/12/201915/08/201916/08/201923/09/20190
02/05/20191USX4731/12/201831/12/201916/05/201917/05/201924/06/20190
04/02/2019FinalUSX4731/12/201731/12/201814/02/201915/02/201925/03/2019188
01/11/20181USX4731/12/201731/12/201815/11/201816/11/201819/12/20180
26/07/20181USX4731/12/201731/12/201809/08/201810/08/201817/09/20180
26/04/20181USX4731/12/201731/12/201810/05/201811/05/201818/06/20180
01/02/2018FinalUSX4731/12/201631/12/201715/02/201816/02/201826/03/2018188
02/11/20171USX4731/12/201631/12/201716/11/201717/11/201720/12/20170
27/07/20171USX4731/12/201631/12/201710/08/201711/08/201718/09/20170
04/05/20171USX4731/12/201631/12/201718/05/201719/05/201726/06/20170
02/02/2017FinalUSX4731/12/201531/12/201616/02/201717/02/201727/03/2017188
01/11/20161USX4731/12/201531/12/201601/11/201611/11/201616/12/20160
28/07/20161USX4731/12/201531/12/201611/08/201612/08/201619/09/20160
04/05/20161USX4731/12/201531/12/201619/05/201620/05/201627/06/20160
04/02/2016FinalUSX4731/12/201431/12/201518/02/201619/02/201629/03/2016188
29/10/20151USX4731/12/201431/12/201512/11/201513/11/201518/12/20150
30/07/20151USX4731/12/201431/12/201513/08/201514/08/201521/09/20150
30/04/20151USX4731/12/201431/12/201514/05/201515/05/201522/06/20150
29/01/2015FinalUSX4731/12/201331/12/201412/02/201513/02/201520/03/2015188
30/10/20141USX4731/12/201331/12/201413/11/201414/11/201422/12/20140
31/07/20141USX4731/12/201331/12/201413/08/201415/08/201425/09/20140
30/04/20141USX4731/12/201331/12/201414/05/201416/05/201426/06/20140
30/01/2014FinalUSX4531/12/201231/12/201312/02/201414/02/201427/03/2014180
31/10/20131USX4531/12/201231/12/201313/11/201315/11/201323/12/20130
01/08/20131USX4531/12/201231/12/201314/08/201316/08/201326/09/20130
02/05/20131USX4531/12/201231/12/201315/05/201317/05/201327/06/20130
31/01/2013FinalUSX4331/12/201131/12/201213/02/201315/02/201328/03/2013172
01/11/20121USX4331/12/201131/12/201214/11/201216/11/201220/12/20120
26/07/20121USX4331/12/201131/12/201208/08/201210/08/201220/09/20120
26/04/20121USX4331/12/201131/12/201209/05/201211/05/201221/06/20120
02/02/2012FinalUSX4231/12/201031/12/201115/02/201217/02/201222/03/2012168
27/10/20111USX4231/12/201031/12/201102/11/201104/11/201116/12/20110
28/07/20111USX4231/12/201031/12/201103/08/201105/08/201119/09/20110
28/04/20111USX4231/12/201031/12/201111/05/201113/05/201127/06/20110
03/02/2011FinalUSX4231/12/200931/12/201009/02/201111/02/201125/03/2011168
28/10/20101USX4231/12/200931/12/201003/11/201005/11/201017/12/20100
29/07/20101USX4231/12/200931/12/201004/08/201006/08/201008/09/20100
28/04/20101USX4231/12/200931/12/201005/05/201007/05/201009/06/20100
04/02/2010FinalUSX4231/12/200831/12/200904/02/201006/02/201011/03/2010168
29/10/20091USX4231/12/200831/12/200904/11/200906/11/200909/12/20090
30/07/20091USX4231/12/200831/12/200905/08/200907/08/200909/09/20090
29/04/20091USX4231/12/200831/12/200906/05/200908/05/200910/06/20090
29/01/2009FinalUSX4031/12/200731/12/200804/02/200906/02/200911/03/2009160
30/10/20081USX4031/12/200731/12/200805/11/200807/11/200810/12/20080
31/07/20081USX4031/12/200731/12/200806/08/200808/08/200810/09/20080
28/04/20081USX4031/12/200731/12/200814/05/200816/05/200811/06/20080
31/01/2008FinalUSX3631/12/200631/12/200706/02/200808/02/200812/03/2008144
25/10/20071USX3631/12/200631/12/200731/10/200702/11/200712/12/20070
26/07/20071USX3631/12/200631/12/200701/08/200703/08/200712/09/20070
03/05/20071USX3631/12/200631/12/200709/05/200711/05/200713/06/20070
01/02/2007FinalUSX32.531/12/200531/12/200607/02/200709/02/200714/03/2007128.5
26/10/20061USX3231/12/200531/12/200601/11/200603/11/200613/12/20060
27/07/20061USX3231/12/200531/12/200602/08/200604/08/200613/09/20060
04/05/20061USX3231/12/200531/12/200610/05/200612/05/200614/06/20060
02/02/2006FinalUSX27.831/12/200431/12/200508/02/200610/02/200615/03/2006111.07
27/10/20051USX27.7831/12/200431/12/200502/11/200504/11/200515/12/20050
28/07/20051USX27.6931/12/200431/12/200503/08/200505/08/200515/09/20050
28/04/20051USX27.831/12/200431/12/200511/05/200513/05/200515/06/20050
03/02/2005FinalUSX10.731/12/200331/12/200409/02/200511/02/200515/03/200516.95
29/07/2004InterimUSX6.2530/12/200330/06/200411/08/200413/08/200415/09/20040
05/02/2004FinalUSX9.6531/12/200231/12/200331/03/200402/04/200406/05/200415.75
24/07/2003InterimUSX6.130/12/200230/06/200313/08/200315/08/200317/09/20030
06/02/2003FinalUSX9.331/12/200131/12/200202/04/200304/04/200306/05/200315.25
01/08/2002InterimUSX5.9530/12/200130/06/200214/08/200216/08/200218/09/20020
07/02/2002FinalUSX8.9531/12/200031/12/200117/04/200219/04/200222/05/200214.8
02/08/2001InterimUSX5.8530/12/200030/06/200115/08/200117/08/200119/09/20010
08/02/2001FinalUSX8.931/12/199931/12/200018/04/200120/04/200123/05/200114.6
03/08/2000InterimUSX5.730/12/199930/06/200014/08/200018/08/200020/09/20000
10/02/2000FinalUSX8.531/12/199831/12/199910/04/200014/04/200016/05/200014
05/08/1999InterimUSX5.530/12/199830/06/199927/09/199901/10/199901/11/19990
11/02/1999FinalUSX8.231/12/199731/12/199819/04/199923/04/199914/05/199913.5
10/09/1998InterimUSX5.330/12/199730/06/199828/09/199802/10/199802/11/19980
12/02/1998FinalUSX831/12/199631/12/199720/04/199824/04/199815/05/199813.1

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Posted at 05/12/2022 13:23 by waldron
SHELL PLC THIRD QUARTER 2022 EURO AND GBP EQUIVALENT DIVID PAYMENTS

December 5, 2022

The Board of Shell plc ("Shell") today announced the pounds sterling and euro equivalent dividend payments in respect of the third quarter 2022 interim dividend, which was announced on October 27, 2022 at US$0.25 per ordinary share.

Shareholders have been able to elect to receive their dividends in US dollars, euros or pounds sterling. Holders of ordinary shares who have validly submitted US dollars, euros or pounds sterling currency elections by November 25, 2022 will be entitled to a dividend of US$0.25, EUR0.2398 or 20.61p per ordinary share, respectively.

Absent any valid election to the contrary, persons holding their ordinary shares through Euroclear Nederland will receive their dividends in euros at the euro rate per ordinary share shown above. Absent any valid election to the contrary, shareholders (both holding in certificated and uncertificated form (CREST members)) and persons holding their shares through the Shell Corporate Nominee will receive their dividends in pounds sterling, at the pound sterling rate per ordinary share shown above.

Euro and pounds sterling dividends payable in cash have been converted from US dollars based on an average of market exchange rates over the three dealing days from November 30 to December 2, 2022. This dividend will be payable on December 19, 2022 to those members whose names were on the Register of Members on November 11, 2022.

Taxation - cash dividend

With Shell's tax residence moved to the UK, dividends paid to shareholders on their ordinary shares will not attract Dutch dividend withholding tax. This means that holders of the former A shares receive their dividends in full as Dutch dividend withholding tax is no longer withheld on these dividends. Holders of the former B shares receive their dividends directly from Shell as these dividends will no longer be paid through the Dividend Access Mechanism.

If you are uncertain as to the tax treatment of any dividends you should consult your tax advisor.

Note

A different currency election date may apply to shareholders holding shares in a securities account with a bank or financial institution ultimately holding through Euroclear Nederland. This may also apply to other shareholders who do not hold their shares either directly on the Register of Members or in the corporate sponsored nominee arrangement. Shareholders can contact their broker, financial intermediary, bank or financial institution for the election deadline that applies.

Posted at 05/12/2022 08:50 by spud
Shell Plc Third Quarter 2022 Euro and Gbp Equivalent Dividend PaymentsSource: GlobeNewswire Inc.SHELL PLC THIRD QUARTER 2022 EURO AND GBP EQUIVALENT DIVIDEND PAYMENTS December 5, 2022 The Board of Shell plc ("Shell") today announced the pounds sterling and euro equivalent dividend payments in respect of the third quarter 2022 interim dividend, which was announced on October 27, 2022 at US$0.25 per ordinary share. Shareholders have been able to elect to receive their dividends in US dollars, euros or pounds sterling. Holders of ordinary shares who have validly submitted US dollars, euros or pounds sterling currency elections by November 25, 2022 will be entitled to a dividend of US$0.25, €0.2398 or 20.61p per ordinary share, respectively.spud
Posted at 27/10/2022 08:36 by the grumpy old men
Oil giant Shell reveals plans to hike dividend as it reports third-quarter profit


Published Thu, Oct 27 2022
2:25 AM EDT
Updated An Hour Ago

Silvia Amaro
@Silvia_Amaro

Sam Meredith
@smeredith19

CNBC


Key Points

The oil giant also announced Thursday a new share buyback program.

It also revealed plans to increase its dividend per share by around 15% for the fourth quarter 2022.

The group’s results come soon after it was announced CEO Ben van Beurden will step down at the end of the year after nearly a decade at the helm.


British oil major Shell reported a third-quarter profit Thursday, but lower refining and trading revenues brought an end to its run of record quarterly earnings.

Shell posted adjusted earnings of $9.45 billion for the three months through to the end of September, meeting analyst expectations of $9.5 billion according to Refinitiv. The company posted adjusted earnings of $4.1 billion over the same period a year earlier and notched a whopping $11.5 billion for the second quarter of 2022.

The oil giant said it planned to increase its dividend per share by around 15% for the fourth quarter 2022, to be paid out in March 2023. It also announced a new share buyback program, which is set to result in an additional $4 billion of distributions and expected to be completed by its next earnings release.

Shares of Shell are up over 41% year-to-date.

The London-headquartered oil major reported consecutive quarters of record profits through the first six months of the year, benefitting from surging commodity prices following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Shell warned in an update earlier this month, however, that lower refining and chemicals margins and weaker gas trading were likely to negatively impact third-quarter earnings.

On Thursday, the company said a recovery in global product supply had contributed to lower refining margins in the third quarter, and gas trading earnings had also fallen.

“The trading and optimisation contributions were mainly impacted by a combination of seasonality and supply constraints, coupled with substantial differences between paper and physical realisations in a volatile and dislocated market,” Shell said in a its earnings release.


Change in leadership

The group’s results come soon after it was announced CEO Ben van Beurden will step down at the end of the year after nearly a decade at the helm.

Wael Sawan, currently Shell’s director of integrated gas, renewables and energy solutions, will become its next chief executive on Jan. 1.

A dual Lebanese-Canadian national, Sawan has held roles in downstream retail and various commercial projects during his 25-year career at Shell.

“I’m looking forward to channelling the pioneering spirit and passion of our incredible people to rise to the immense challenges, and grasp the opportunities presented by the energy transition,” Sawan said in a statement on Sept. 15, adding that it was an honor to follow van Beurden’s leadership.

“We will be disciplined and value focused, as we work with our customers and partners to deliver the reliable, affordable and cleaner energy the world needs.”

Posted at 24/10/2022 15:08 by grupo
Jamie Ashcroft

15:42 Mon 24 Oct 2022

Shell and BP tipped to pour more excess cash into share buy-backs

Shell reports on Thursday, whilst BP's third-quarter results are due 1 November.


Shell PLC (LSE:SHEL, NYSE:SHEL) will later this week spend up more of its excess cash to buy back more of its own equity, that’s according to analysts at Jefferies.

In order for Shell to meet its shareholder returns target, to pay out over 30% of cash flow from operations, it will need to increase its share buy-back programme by US$1-2bn, at the same time the US investment bank’s analysts reckon dividends could increase.

The dividend per share could go up more than 20% in the fourth quarter, according to Jefferies, though the bank thinks that could be brought forward to the third.

Without a bump in dividends Shell’s third-quarter results could turn out to be a disappointment, it added, worse than the “already weak trading update”.

“Earnings estimate (US$8.2bn) is 8% below consensus and we believe the gas trading issues in Q3 could extend to 4Q if the JKM-TTF differential widens again,” Jefferies said.

Shell will report on Thursday.

Elsewhere, Jefferies looked to BP PLC (LSE:BP.) - which reports next week, on November 1 - which it says it expected to increase its buy-back by US$400-700mln due to its surplus cash generation.

BP could, however, opt to maintain repurchases at its previously envisaged level following its acquisition of Archaea (announced last week).


Proactive

Posted at 05/10/2022 15:46 by charggg
Correct. Its a sad state of affairs. That's why I've started moving a portion of my holding to DEC, which is providing close to 10% dividend yield and is using another 10% equivalent to buyback its shares. Combining Shell and DEC raises the dividend yield substantially. 10% dividend yield in UK market is pretty rare - and DEC has US operations so benefits from lower pound. All imo dyor. But Shell has been a real disappointment with not reinstating dividend to pre covid levels while going in media asking to be taxed more. What sort of disdain and indifference does Shell's management have for its shareholders for the management to do this?
Posted at 01/10/2022 12:35 by charggg
Bp at least braved the dividend rise through. Shell needs to focus on saying the story that we are aiming to revert dividends back to pre pandemic levels. If Shell says its increasing dividend - media will run with profiteering headlines. If Shell reminds everyone that its a reverting to old levels after it had cut the dividend - then it might not be too bad of a PR. Anyway let's hope media focusses on Truss and Kwartng mess in the next month, and Shell can use the distraction to raise divi with less media attention. Shell can also do a tender buyback especially with GBP exchange rate in the dump to accelerate the buyback process, and get to dividend increasing stage after the buyback reduces the share count?
Posted at 28/9/2022 12:34 by the grumpy old men
Shell buys Nigerian solar provider in first African power deal

Sep. 28, 2022 7:27 AM ETShell plc (SHEL)By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor


Justin Paget

Shell (NYSE:SHEL) made its first power sector acquisition in Africa on Wednesday with the purchase of Nigerian renewable energy provider Daystar Power for an undisclosed sum, Financial Times reports, as Shell expands its global renewables portfolio.

Daystar provides off-grid power to commercial and industrial clients in Nigeria, Ghana, Togo and Senegal, offering solar and hybrid power solutions with battery storage.

The cash inflow from Shell (SHEL) will help Daystar increase its installed solar capacity to 400 MW by 2025 from 32 MW currently and expand services beyond West Africa to the eastern and southern parts of the continent.

The deal for Daystar is "a fundamental step for Shell in growing our presence in emerging power markets," said Thomas Brostrom, Shell's (SHEL) executive VP for renewable generation.

"Contrary to popular opinion, it looks like a good time to sell Shell, despite its attractive valuation," Manika Premsingh writes in a bearish analysis posted recently on Seeking Alpha.

Posted at 24/7/2022 18:41 by charggg
Times article says that the analysts see a dividend reset to at least 33c from the current 25c per Q.

What a shame - still below the 47c dividend per quarter level, pre covid in Q1 2020 when the chicken Little management of Shell panicked and gutted the dividend from 47c. And oil price was at $65/bbl and gas price at 35p per therm in Jan 2020. How does this management still justify not reverting to pre-pandemic dividend levels?

Hope to hear more calls by shareholders on clearing the management who gutted the untouchable Shell dividend. Time to pay the shareholders for the pain of past two years by increasing the dividend level to above the 47c per quarter. Unfortunately it will be a disappointment as long as a green virtue signalling woke management runs Shell. Let's hope it changes soon.

"Biraj Borkhataria, head of European energy research at RBC Capital Markets, said Shell could raise its dividend by 30 per cent, to 33 cents per share.

Giacomo Romeo, of Jefferies, said he thought Shell may announce a $4 billion quarterly buyback. Oswald Clint, a senior analyst at Bernstein, suggested that Shell’s board “may now see recession risks as too great and prefer to bolster the balance sheet”.

hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/centrica-and-shell-profits-bring-sector-back-under-scrutiny-gjczrh622

Posted at 13/6/2022 09:00 by the grumpy old men
June 13, 2022

The Board of Shell plc ("Shell") today announced the pounds sterling and euro equivalent dividend payments in respect of the first quarter 2022 interim dividend, which was announced on May 5, 2022 at US$0.25 per ordinary share.

Shareholders have been able to elect to receive their dividends in US dollars, euros or pounds sterling.


Holders of ordinary shares who have validly submitted US dollars, euros or pounds sterling currency elections by June 7, 2022 will be entitled to a dividend of US$0.25, EUR0.2346 or 20.01p per ordinary share, respectively.

Absent any valid election to the contrary, persons holding their ordinary shares through Euroclear Nederland will receive their dividends in euros at the euro rate per ordinary share shown above.

Absent any valid election to the contrary, shareholders (both holding in certificated and uncertificated form (CREST members)) and persons holding their shares through the Shell Corporate Nominee will receive their dividends in pounds sterling, at the pound sterling rate per ordinary share shown above.

Euro and pounds sterling dividends payable in cash have been converted from US dollars based on an average of market exchange rates over the three dealing days from June 8 to June 10, 2022.

This dividend will be payable on June 27, 2022 to those members whose names were on the Register of Members on May 20, 2022.

Taxation - cash dividend

With Shell's tax residence moved to the UK, dividends paid to shareholders on their ordinary shares will not attract Dutch dividend withholding tax. This means that holders of the former A shares receive their dividends in full as Dutch dividend withholding tax is no longer withheld on these dividends. Holders of the former B shares receive their dividends directly from Shell as these dividends will no longer be paid through the Dividend Access Mechanism.

If you are uncertain as to the tax treatment of any dividends you should consult your tax advisor.

Note

A different currency election date may apply to shareholders holding shares in a securities account with a bank or financial institution ultimately holding through Euroclear Nederland. This may also apply to other shareholders who do not hold their shares either directly on the Register of Members or in the corporate sponsored nominee arrangement. Shareholders can contact their broker, financial intermediary, bank or financial institution for the election deadline that applies.

Posted at 09/5/2022 14:41 by waldron
Where next for Shell shares after Q1 results?

Shell shares fell by 59% at the start of 2020 to 933p by October 2020. And despite recovering to 2,253p today, the FTSE 100 oil major remains just shy of its pre-pandemic value.



Charles Archer | Financial Writer, London | Publication date: Monday 09 May 2022 16:07

Despite sky-high oil and gas prices, and repeated share buybacks, Shell (LON: SHEL) shares still remain tantalizingly close to complete pandemic recovery.
Shell share price: Q1 results

Shell recorded a $9.13 billion profit, describing its performance as ‘strong results in volatile times.’ However, this does not quite do the FTSE 100 oil major justice: this was its highest-ever quarterly profit, up 45% from the $6.3 billion it made in Q4 2021, and nearly triple the $3.2 billion profit it made in the same quarter last year.

Shell also increased its dividend by 4% to $0.25 per share, bought back $5.4 billion of shares, and plans to buy back a further $4.5 billion in the current quarter. In H2, it expects shareholder distributions to be ‘in excess of CFFO.’

And boasting a cash flow of $14.82 billion, it also reduced its net debt from $52.6 billion to $48.5 billion in just three months.

CEO Ben van Beurden enthused that ‘strong earnings and cash flow, coupled with maintaining a healthy balance sheet and continuing the disciplined delivery of our strategy, are crucial for Shell to play a leading role in the energy transition.’

However, he warned that the Ukraine war has ‘caused significant disruption to global energy markets and has shown that secure, reliable and affordable energy simply cannot be taken for granted.’

The company took a $3.9 billion hit as it continues to exit interests in Russia, including from the country’s first offshore LNG project at Sakhalin-2, as well as its stake in Nord Stream 2.

However, this sum is far smaller than the $24.4 billion absorbed by competitor BP as it offloads its 19.75% stake in Rosneft.
Where next for Shell shares?

There are four factors to consider, assuming oil and gas prices remain elevated.

First is the growing global abandonment of Russian fossil fuels. Van Beurden has warned that a complete ban on Russian gas would be a ‘major disaster’ that would leave a ‘supply hole’ in Europe. But with the UK and US committed to cutting off Russian energy, political pressure on the G7 and EU to push through a complete ban is intensifying.

Second is Shell’s commitment to invest between £20 billion and £25 billion into the UK over the next decade. 75% of this money will be spent on green tech such as EV charging points, with the rest assigned to oil and gas development, including in the North Sea. For perspective, it only made $344 million from renewables in Q1.

Shell is also ‘very close to making a few major investment decisions on hydrogen in Northwest Europe,’ including plans for a 200MW green hydrogen electrolyser in Rotterdam.

And having already switched on a smaller unit in China, Van Beurden believes Shell is the ‘ones who are making most (hydrogen) progress on the ground… our lead position we currently have may well triple or quadruple in the next few months or quarters to come.’ This isn’t just a soundbite; Shell recently spent $1.5 billion acquiring India-based green hydrogen company Sprng Energy.

Third is input from activist investor Dan Loeb’s Third Point, which has again increased its $750 million stake. The fund thinks that trying to ‘do it all,’ is leaving Shell trading ‘at a large discount to its intrinsic value.’ It continues to apply pressure in an attempt to break the company up into its constituents.

Finally, despite government hesitation, Shell could soon be hit by windfall taxes. Rivals BP, Total Energies, and Norway’s Equinor have all also reported sharp rises in underlying profits while consumers are drowning in energy bills.

Both BP’s and Shell’s CEOs have confirmed that windfall taxes would be unlikely to change current investment plans. However, Van Beurden warns that they would still have to make ‘economic sense.’ And further, he’s cautioned that ‘these types of investment levels, they do require a stable and predictable financial outlook, it does require stability of policy.’

With average energy bills already up 54% to £1,971 per year, Cornwall Insight is predicting a further 35% rise in October. Scottish Power CEO Keith Anderson has already called for a £1,000 energy bill cut for 10 million homes, arguing that ‘around 40% of UK households could be in fuel poverty this winter.’

If Shell’s profits remain elevated, the government’s current position may become untenable.

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