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Royal Dutch Shell A 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
  -3.00p -0.12% 2,517.00p 2,517.00p 2,518.00p 2,524.00p 2,499.00p 2,515.50p 5,564,617 16:29:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 189,165.5 4,539.8 47.0 60.1 115,709.91

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Royal Dutch Shell Joining the Renewable Energy Bandwagon Shell is the latest oil major to buy into renewable energy. Travis Hoium (TMFFlushDraw) Jan 20, 2018 at 6:46AM The oil majors have had a love-hate relationship with renewable energy over the past decade. Some (BP (NYSE:BP)) once saw it as a key to their future, only to divest from the business, and others (Total (NYSE:TOT)) have been slowly wading into renewables without taking any big risks. But it's become clear that renewable energy isn't going anywhere, and it might be the biggest threat facing the oil business long-term. Not only is renewable energy eating away at traditional fossil fuel consumption at utilities, it's becoming a fuel for transportation as millions of electric vehicles hit the road around the world. Royal Dutch Shell plc (NYSE:RDS-A)(NYSE:RDS-B) is the latest to realize it needs a foot in the renewable energy business, buying a 44% stake in renewable energy developer Silicon Ranch for up to $217 million in cash. And Shell may still be getting started building out its renewables strategy. Solar farm with a setting sun in the background. Image source: Getty Images. Shell joins the renewables business Silicon Ranch is a solar developer that has about 880 MW of projects under contract in the U.S. with a 1 GW pipeline of projects. It's not the biggest developer in the country, but it has a growing footprint and can leverage Shell's capital to grow. In 2021, Shell can increase the ownership stake beyond 44%. Shell also acquired MP2 Energy last year, an owner of natural gas and distributed solar assets like demand-response and solar. While these two deals don't make Shell a leader in renewable energy just yet, it could show a shifting attitude to renewable energy, a transition other companies have already gone through. And if Shell pushes both companies to grow it could build a sizable renewables business. Old energy companies are making plays for new energy assets Shell isn't the first oil company to make a move into renewables. The oil major making the most news in renewable energy is Total, the majority owner of solar manufacturer SunPower (NASDAQ:SPWR). Total has also acquired a stake in developer EREN Renewable Energy and acquired energy efficiency company GreenFlex, among others. Total has also begun to buy renewable energy projects on its own, essentially building an energy generating business under the Total banner. Utility AES (NYSE:AES) spent $853 million last year to buy sPower, developer of utility-scale solar systems. The company is in the midst of a strategy to sell off coal and other legacy fossil fuel assets and double down on renewable energy and energy storage. After divesting a solar manufacturing business a few years ago, BP has even gotten back in the renewable energy game with a $200 million investment in renewable developer Lightsource. You may notice a trend: oil and utility companies are beginning to invest in renewable energy developers rather than manufacturers. This is partly because asset ownership in the energy industry is a more stable business for them to invest in, but it also allows them to leverage their own development expertise and access to capital in renewables, rather than develop a new technology understanding in renewable manufacturing. Powered By The holdout in renewable energy One oil company's name is notably absent from the renewable energy business: ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM). The company has intentionally stayed out of wind and solar, and has focused investment in alternative energy in fuels and carbon sequestration, although with very little commercial success. With major competitors Total, Shell, and BP investing billions in renewable energy to transition their business, ExxonMobil may eventually see that's where the future is. Shell is finally coming around and maybe just in time to build a sustainable renewable energy business to replace the aging oil business.
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Shell A 2,517 -0.12% Shell B 2,560 -0.37% PREMIUM REDUCED TO 43p AND we have a slight slip back into the 2450 to 2550p albeit perhaps temporary
French Engie Fearless in Face of Nord Stream-2 Sanctions The French power company Engie will continue to support the project of construction of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline despite anti-Russian sanctions, Gérard Mestrallet, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Engie Group, announced at the Gaidar Forum which ran from January 16 - 18 at the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA). “We, as partners in the Northern Stream-2 project, support and will support it under any condition,” he said, noting that despite the law adopted in August 2017 by the US Congress on new sanctions against Russian companies and projects, including Nord Stream-2, Gazprom had concluded an agreement with partners on the project far before the US sanctions law came into force. “I believe there is no cause for concern,” Mestrallet said. Engie, the first partners in the construction of the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline, have started talking about a possible termination of project financing in order to avoid the US sanctions against Russia. “If sanctions are applied, Engie can stop financing the project in order to avoid sanctions,” Deputy Director General of Engie, Pierre Scharer, told Bloomberg. For now, the French company continues to comply with its obligations under the project financing agreement for Nord Stream-2 whereby it is to provide 10% of the total investment in the project. However, the US sanctions, if they are specifically applied against Nord Stream-2, may still affect future cash transfers. Scharer noted that the participants of the Nord Stream-2 project, in cooperation with the European Commission, have found lawyers to protect themselves from the probable US sanctions. The top manager of Engie says it's good that the sanctions law adopted in the United States has no retroactive effect. That is, it will not affect the first Nord Stream. The US bill on economic sanctions against Russia, Iran and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) was approved by the US Senate in August 2017 and signed by American President Donald Trump. The text of the document directly refers to Nord Stream-2 and requires the US government “to continue to counter the construction of pipeline Nord Stream 2.” It is alleged that the gas main will have "a harmful effect on the energy security of the European Union, the development of the gas market in Central and Eastern Europe, and energy reforms in Ukraine." It is also said that, "the US government should prioritize the export of US energy resources" to the EU, "to create jobs" in its own economy. As levers of influence, the law provides for sanctions against persons who intend to invest more than $5 million per year or $1 million at a time in the construction of Russian export pipelines. Penalties can be imposed on those who provide such projects with any services or technologies, or even provide information support. The right to decide on imposing sanctions was granted to the US President. The Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline should double the current Nord Stream (from 55 to 110 billion cubic meters per year), next to which it will be laid from the Baltic coast of Russia to Germany. Construction of the Nord Stream-2 is planned to begin late 2018, and operation to open at the end of 2019. Gazprom's partners in the project are the German Uniper (whose activities include power generation, energy trading, energy storage, wholesale energy sales, and technology services), BASF / Wintershall, the Austrian OMV, Engie and the Anglo-Dutch Shell. Gazprom and its five partners signed agreements on a new model for financing the project in April 2017. The Russian concern remained the sole shareholder of the project company Nord Stream 2 AG, and Europeans must pay half the total project cost, estimated at EUR 9.5 billion, making the contribution of each foreign partner of Gazprom about EUR 950 million. Dimitri Dolaberidze
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Shell and BP to Buy Libyan Oil as Country Recovers By Salma El Wardany and Laura Hurst 17 janvier 2018 à 19:04 UTC+1 Term contract for Shell is its first in Libya since 2013 BP is also said to agree to deal with Libyan oil for this year Royal Dutch Shell Plc and BP Plc agreed annual deals to buy Libyan crude, underscoring how the North African country’s recovering production and improving security are enticing some of the world’s largest oil companies.
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Shell Takes a Last Exit From Mideast Oil -- WSJ 16/01/2018 8:02am Dow Jones News Shell A (LSE:RDSA) Intraday Stock Chart Today : Tuesday 16 January 2018 Click Here for more Shell A Charts. Energy company leaves last Iraqi site but keeps a presence in natural-gas industry By Sarah Kent and Benoit Faucon This article is being republished as part of our daily reproduction of articles that also appeared in the U.S. print edition of The Wall Street Journal (January 16, 2018). LONDON -- Royal Dutch Shell PLC is giving up on its last oil fields in Iraq, leaving the world's second-biggest oil company with a dwindling footprint in the Middle East -- a region it helped build into a petroleum powerhouse. Shell said Monday it is selling for an undisclosed amount a stake in the West Qurna 1 oil field in Iraq to Japan's Itochu Corp., the latest step in a gradual retreat from the region. The company is also expected to give up its holding in Iraq's Majnoon oil field later this year, though it will retain its natural-gas interests in the country. Shell's departure from Iraqi oil assets marks one of the final chapters in a slow pullback from the Middle East's vast fields of petroleum. Shell pumped as much as 450,000 barrels of oil in 2003 in the Middle East, and over the past 15 years had operations that produced thousands of barrels of oil daily across six countries in the region. Once it officially leaves Iraq later this year, Shell will have oil assets in Oman that produce about 220,000 barrels a day. Shell is keeping its considerable natural-gas interests in Middle Eastern countries, including Qatar, Oman, Egypt and Iraq, a strategy it has followed after its $50 billion deal to buy gas giant BG Group PLC in 2016. The deal also brought Shell big business in Brazil's offshore oil fields, where it has centered its oil-production strategy. "We have definitely not turned our back on the region, far from it," said Shell Chief Executive Ben van Beurden in November, referring to the Middle East. But he added that projects such as Majnoon "are increasingly less strategic in our portfolio." The move reflects the waning attraction of the Middle East's once-prized oil reserves, as companies find that the free flow of crude in the region often comes at a political or financial cost. U.S. oil giants Exxon Mobil Corp. and Chevron Corp. have ratcheted up their focus on shale interests on their home turf in recent years, though both retain interests in Iraq. In addition to the escalating security risks following the Arab Spring, oil contracts offered by Middle Eastern governments often don't have profitable terms, analysts say. Iraq has some of the toughest terms in the business. Foreign companies are paid fixed fees per barrel of oil pumped, terms that many in the industry say is low. "The terms are too tight for Shell," said Robin Mills, a former Shell executive involved in the Middle East who is now chief executive of Dubai-based Qamar Energy. For the British-Dutch oil giant, "it isn't worth the trouble." Shell declined to comment further on its footprint in the Middle East beyond confirming its exit from the West Qurna oil field. The company said it is still working to gain necessary approvals for the sale from the Iraqi government. Iraqi oil officials didn't respond to requests for comment. In the past year, Shell has had to contend with delays in Iraq including tardy government payments for pipelines and water-treatment facilities, according to Iraqi officials and contractors. Much of the Middle East's oil business is off limits to foreign companies, but a handful of countries including Iraq still offer the promise of barrels at relatively low prices. But the crash in oil prices over the last three years has helped lower the costs of production elsewhere in the world, including the U.S., where Shell has earmarked its shale interests as a catalyst for growth. Shell also has taken a number of steps in recent years that have reduced its presence in the region, passed on opportunities and been forced out by Western sanctions. Shell walked away from a bid to renew its rights to a massive oil concession in the United Arab Emirates -- a privilege that BP PLC and Total SA paid about $2 billion to keep but both Shell and Exxon didn't. The company stopped producing in both Syria and Iran after 2010 because of sanctions related to the Syrian civil war and Tehran's nuclear program, respectively. Shell has shown interest in returning to Iran, but it hasn't followed Total in signing a deal to invest in the country. The sanctions risk remains high, and Shell has struggled to find suitable, mainstream banks to enable its Iranian investments, people familiar with the matter say. Write to Sarah Kent at and Benoit Faucon at (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 16, 2018 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)
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Royal Dutch Shell PLC (RDSB.LN) said Monday that it has approved construction of a floating production, storage and offloading vessel at the Penguins oil-and-gas field in the U.K. North Sea. The FPSO, the company's first in the northern North Sea in almost 30 years, is expected to have a peak production of around 45,000 barrels of oil equivalent a day, Shell said. "Penguins demonstrates the importance of Shell's North Sea assets to the company's upstream portfolio," Upstream Director Andy Brown said. Steve Phimister, Vice President for Upstream in the U.K. and Ireland said: "Having reshaped our portfolio over the last twelve months, we now plan to grow our North Sea production through our core production assets." Discovered in 1974, the Penguin field was first developed in 2002 and is a 50:50 joint venture between Shell, who is also the operator, and Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM). Write to Ian Walker at; @IanWalk40289749 (END) Dow Jones Newswires January 15, 2018 06:32 ET (11:32 GMT)
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Market Chatter: Shell, Total Consider Bid for Dutch Utility Eneco Group January 12, 2018, 03:40:00 PM EDT By MT Newswires, MT Newswires Shutterstock photo Royal Dutch Shell ( RDS.A ) ( RDS.B ), an oil giant, is making preparations to bid for green energy firm Eneco whose owners are made up of 53 local councils, the Telegraaf reported on Friday, citing unidentified sources. Shell's French competitor Total ( TOT ) also contacted advisors this month about a possible offer, the Telegraaf reported. Other potential buyers include investment company HAL, pension fund PGGM, Japan's Mitsubishi, Austrian energy group Vebund, private equity group CVC and French energy titan Engie, according to the report.
‘Shell is considering bidding for Dutch green energy group Eneco’ Business January 12, 2018 Photo: Anglo-Dutch oil and gas group Shell is making preparations to bid for green energy firm Eneco whose owners, made up of 53 local councils, are divided about its future, the Telegraaf said on Friday. At the same time, a dispute between the local authority shareholders and the company’s board is threatening to slow down the sale process, the paper said. Shell has hired an unnamed US-based merchant bank to help it in a possible bid for Eneco, sources within the banking industry told the paper. But Shell itself reacted with a short and powerful ‘no comment’, the Telegraaf said. Shell is not the only fossil fuel giant considering a bid for the Dutch green energy group. According to the paper, Shell’s French rival Total also contacted advisors this month about a possible bid. A sale could raise about €3bn which would come in handy for the 53 local councils which currently own Eneco and 75% of them back a sale. Nevertheless, 29 of the city councils involved – representing some 85% of the shares – have recently written to the aldermen in charge of the sale, saying they had lost confidence in Eneco’s supervisory board and demanding an extraordinary shareholders’ meeting. Fossil fuels Despite Shell’s poor ‘fossil fuel’ image, the company offers many advantages to Eneco board members and shareholders, the Telegraaf said. For example, the company could easily finance a takeover without having to borrow money and is unlikely to dismiss staff or close its headquarters unit. Other potential buyers include investment company HAL, pension fund PGGM, Japan’s Mitsubishi, Austrian energy group Vebund, private equity group CVC and French energy giant Engie. Read more at ‘Shell is considering bidding for Dutch green energy group Eneco’ Http://
to-the-point: Shell developing 20-MW Dutch solar park The solar scheme at Shell Moerdijk. Source: Shell Nederland January 10 (Renewables Now) - Oil and gas giant Royal Dutch Shell Plc (AMS:RDSA) is preparing to build a 20-MWp solar power plant at its chemicals production complex in Moerdijk, the Netherlands, the group announced today. Shell expects to start construction work on the plant this year. The project involves installing more than 50,000 solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on an unused piece of land at the complex. The modules will have the combined capacity to generate enough power to supply about 7,000 households. The scheme was developed by the group’s New Energies division. Shell created the particular segment in 2016 to invest in renewable and low-carbon energy projects, including wind power.
Air Products to Acquire Shell's Coal Gasification Technology Business and Patent Portfolio for Liquids Gasification January 09, 2018, 08:47:01 AM EDT By MT Newswires, MT Newswires Shutterstock photo Air Products ( APD ), a provider of industrial gases, said pre-market Tuesday it has agreed to acquire Royal Dutch Shell's (RDS.A, RDS-A, RDS/A, RDS.B, RDS-B, RDS/B) Coal Gasification Technology business as well as Shell's patent portfolio for Liquids (Residue) Gasification. Financial terms weren't disclosed. The acquisition is expected to close in the coming months. Air Products has now extended its onsite supply model to use coal gasification to generate synthesis gas (syngas) for major projects. Acquiring Shell's coal gasification process capabilities will further support previously announced projects by Air Products, such as Lu'An in Changzhi, Shanxi Province, China, and future projects. Shell has been at the forefront of gasification innovation over the past 50 years. Gasification technologies offer a way to take varied lower-value feedstocks and convert them in a lower-emission manner into syngas. The views and opinions expressed herein are the views and opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Nasdaq, Inc
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Alexander Bueso WebFG News 08 Jan, 2018 15:35 Morgan Stanley ups targets for BP and Shell, despite 'peak oil demand' concerns BP, oil, gas Total 48.04 16:35:22 08/01/18 0.44% 0.21 BP 527.40 16:35:20 08/01/18 -0.42% -2.20 Royal Dutch Shell 'A' 2,525.50 16:35:22 08/01/18 -0.18% -4.50 Royal Dutch Shell 'B' 2,560.00 16:35:06 08/01/18 -0.12% -3.00 Eni 14.52 15:56 08/01/18 0.62% 0.09 Statoil 182.90 15:25:03 08/01/18 0.33% 0.60 FTSE 100 7,696.51 16:35:30 08/01/18 -0.36% -27.71 CAC 40 5,487.42 17:05:01 08/01/18 0.30% 16.67 FTSE MIB Index 22,845.69 18:29 08/01/18 0.37% 83.40 DJ EURO STOXX 50 3,616.45 16:50:00 08/01/18 0.24% 8.82 FTSEurofirst 300 1,565.73 17:20:33 08/01/18 0.23% 3.60 Oil & Gas Producers 9,171.60 16:20 08/01/18 -0.23% -20.90 FTSE 350 4,285.63 16:35:30 08/01/18 -0.36% -15.46 FTSE All-Share 4,231.99 16:40:15 08/01/18 -0.34% -14.38 Energy Producers 0.00 16:17 25/09/06 0.00% 0.00 Analysts at Morgan Stanley revised their price targets for a broad swathe of the European oil majors higher, despite 'peak oil demand' concerns in the marketplace, naming BP and Shell as their 'top picks' in the process. Following three years of painful 'self-help' and restructuring, the oil majors were likely to see the full benefit of those measures flow-through in 2018, they said. Hence, they revised their targets for the pair from 595p and 2,930p to 645p and 3,040p, respectively. "Coinciding with an improvement in oil market fundamentals and a rally in prices, the impact on FCF could be dramatic," the broker said. Their output was set to continue growing at roughly a 3.5% pace each year out to 2020, as new projects continued to ramp-up, while downstream earnings - which had doubled since 2014 - were seen rising further. In parallel, cuts to capital expenditures and operating expenditures of approximately 40% and 20%, respectively, since 2014, were also likely to stick, they said. Neither was there much cost inflation on the horizon and debt reduction would continue to be a priority. "With the oil price collapse still fresh in the mind of managements,and the looming threat of 'peak oil demand', we expect the focus on cost and capital discipline to stay intense, aiding the FCF recovery." "'Peak demand' concerns may weigh but probably won't prevent outperformance: 'Peak oil demand'has also become a bigger part of the debate however,ant it is therefore a genuine question whether the market will still value the sector in the same way as in the past. Inside we argue that this is still likely. History is still a guide to the future when it comes to Big Oil valuations." In the same research note, Morgan Stanley also upped its targets for Eni (from €13.4 to €14.6), Statoil (from Nkr 159 to Nkr 173) and Total (from €55.0 to €56.0).
United States to host Largest Global Gas Conference, WGC 2018 By Oil and Gas Republic on Jan 5, 2018@ogrepublic Share Tweet Share Share 0 comments The 27th World Gas Conference (WGC 2018) The 27th World Gas Conference (WGC 2018) takes place in Washington DC from June 25-29, 2018 and is the first time in WGC’s 86 year history that it will be held in a country that is both the world’s largest gas consumer and gas producer. This is an exciting time for the US, which according to the IEA at the COP23 summit in November is “set to become the undisputed leader of oil and gas production worldwide”. In addition, the last Potential Gas Committee assessment released earlier this year reported a record future supply of natural gas in the US – the highest resource evaluation in the Committee’s 52 year history. WGC is truly a global event for the industry, with US Energy Secretary Rick Perry recently telling the American Gas Magazine; “The World Gas Conference, now in its 27th edition, is a wonderful opportunity for the United States to share our technological advancements and strategies for natural gas on a global platform. The conference allows us to collaborate with foreign leaders and experts in the industry to ensure energy security and reliability throughout the world.” Held under the patronage of the International Gas Union (IGU) and hosted by the American Gas Association (AGA), WGC 2018 receives exceptional industry support and is expected to draw more than 12,000 representatives from the entire natural gas value chain – the most definitive global gas industry gathering of influential leaders, policy-makers, buyers, sellers and experts to date. Under the theme “Fueling the Future” the event aims to solidify the pivotal role of natural gas as a critical source of energy that is clean, abundant, economical and sustainable. Over 45 global energy industry leaders are already confirmed as keynote speakers and these CEOs of international energy companies, global gas experts, distinguished energy officials, policy makers and government representatives from across the globe will present their views on the most timely and topical, technical, commercial and strategic issues and opportunities facing the natural gas industry. Delegates can look forward to Keynote Sessions including ‘The Biggest Challenges and Opportunities facing the Global Gas Industry’, ‘The Role of LNG in Shaping the Natural Gas Landscape’, ‘What next for the Asia Pacific Gas Market?’, The Future of Europe’s Energy Market’, ‘Access to Sustainable Energy in Developing Economies’, ‘The Role for Gas in an Integrated Americas’ and ‘Innovation to Drive the Energy Industry Forward’. There are over 100 conference sessions in total, with speakers representing the entire gas value chain. CEOs speaking on these panel sessions are from companies including Chevron, ExxonMobil, Qatargas, Gazprom, BP, Total, ConocoPhillips and Sonatrach, as well as Government Ministers from the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, India and the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources of the Republic of Indonesia to name a few. The conference program is shaping up to be the most comprehensive and diverse WGC program to date, with a strong emphasis on attracting participants from both in and outside of the traditional gas industry. For example, the financial community is represented by confirmed speakers from the InterAmerican Development Bank, Lazard International, the World Bank Group, International Finance Corporation, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and Standard Bank of Africa, with others due to be announced shortly. For gas industry customer groups, such as those involved in fertilizers and chemicals, it will be an opportunity to hear from high level confirmed speakers from CF Industries, Potash Corporation, LyondellBasel and ExxonMobil Chemical. The WGC 2018 exhibition is also a huge draw for anyone involved in the gas industry, featuring 350 exhibitors from over 40 countries. Exhibiting companies cover the entire spectrum – Upstream, Midstream and Downstream – ranging from producers, through EPCs and contractors to specialist products and services. WGC 2018 has introduced the Sustainable Energy Pavilion where exhibitors include the Environmental Defense Fund and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy. Other specialist pavilions include the Natural Gas for Transportation Pavilion, the Showcase America Pavilion and the Technical and Innovation Center which will provide live demonstrations of the latest technology. For more information and to register as a delegate:
broker ratings Royal Dutch Shell Plc 18.7% Potential Upside Indicated by Barclays Capital Posted by: Amilia Stone 4th January 2018 Royal Dutch Shell Plc using EPIC/TICKER code (LON:RDSA) had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘OVERWEIGHT217; this morning by analysts at Barclays Capital. Royal Dutch Shell Plc are listed in the Oil & Gas sector within UK Main Market. Barclays Capital have set a target price of 3000 GBX on its stock. This would imply the analyst believes there is now a potential upside of 18.7% from today’s opening price of 2526.5 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has increased 157.5 points and increased 209.5 points respectively. The 1 year high share price is 2532 GBX while the year low stock price is currently 1982.5 GBX. Royal Dutch Shell Plc has a 50 day moving average of 2,411.70 GBX and the 200 Day Moving Average price is recorded at 2,211.64. There are currently 8,093,466,056 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 5,098,123. Market capitalisation for LON:RDSA is £204,724,223,887 GBP.
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Upcoming events Date Event February 1, 2018 Fourth quarter 2017 results and fourth quarter 2017 interim dividend announcement April 26, 2018 First quarter 2018 results and first quarter 2018 interim dividend announcement July 26, 2018 Second quarter 2018 results and second quarter 2018 interim dividend announcement November 1, 2018 Third quarter 2018 results and third quarter 2018 interim dividend announcement
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4th quarter 2017 Event Date Announcement date February 1, 2018 Ex-dividend date (See Note 1) February 15, 2018 Record date February 16, 2018 Scrip reference share price announcement date February 22, 2018 Closing of scrip election and currency election (See Note 2) March 2, 2018 Pounds sterling and euro equivalents announcement date March 9, 2018 Payment date March 26, 2018 Notes Note 1: The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), with effect from September 5, 2017, reduced the standard settlement cycle in accordance with the SEC amendments to Exchange Act Rule 15c6-1(a). Under these rules, regular settlement will occur on a T+2 basis for trades occurring on or after the SEC's implementation date of September 5, 2017. As a result RDS A ADSs and RDS B ADSs traded on the NYSE markets will now settle in line with RDS A shares and RDS B shares traded on European markets, who moved to a T+2 settlement basis for trades in 2014, resulting in the same ex-dividend date for RDS A shares, RDS B shares, RDS A ADSs and RDS B ADSs. Record dates will not change. The timings of these are detailed above. Note 2: Both a different scrip and 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. A different scrip election date may apply to registered and non-registered ADS holders. Registered ADS holders can contact The Bank of New York Mellon for the election deadline that applies. Non-registered ADS holders can contact their broker, financial intermediary, bank or financial institution for the election deadline that applies.
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Shell closes $150m sale of LPG marketing business in Hong Kong and Macau Published 04 January 2018 Petrochemical major Royal Dutch Shell has closed the sale of the first phase of its LPG marketing business in Hong Kong and Macau to DCC LPG on 31 December 2017. Shell continues to operate the LPG plant in Hong Kong, which is part of the second phase of the transaction and is subject to conditions including regulatory approvals. The sale of Shell’s entire LPG business in Hong Kong and Macau was announced on 5 April 2017 for an agreed total transaction value of approximately US$ 150 million. As part of the sale, Shell branded LPG products will continue to be available in Hong Kong and Macau via a long-term brand license agreement with DCC LPG. The sale does not impact any of Shell’s other businesses and Shell remains committed to helping meet growing energy demand in Hong Kong and Macau.
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