Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Royal Dutch Shell B LSE:RDSB London Ordinary Share GB00B03MM408 'B' ORD EUR0.07
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -21.00p -0.81% 2,568.50p 2,565.50p 2,566.50p 2,588.50p 2,553.50p 2,574.00p 6,076,602 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 189,165.5 4,539.8 47.0 61.2 96,202.83

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/1/2018
17:49
Shell A 2,523.5 -0.75% Shell B 2,568.5 -0.81%
waldron
17/1/2018
16:55
Shell A 2,521.5 -0.83% Shell B 2,566 -0.91% The premium seems to have widened would it be currency and or volume impacts DownWARD trend still to be confirmed by end of week as to whether it has fallen into lower BOX
waldron
17/1/2018
09:38
Shell’s New Project Will Create Hundreds of Jobs By Cristina Diaconu 17th January 2018 31 No comment The oil giant Shell confirmed that its new North Sea project will be creating jobs for 300 to 400 people in the UK and will unlock 80 million barrels of oil. The majority of those jobs will be in the north-east of Scotland and will be in areas such as project delivery and subsea activity, according to Shell. The project marks the construction of Shell’s first new manned installation in the northern North Sea in almost 30 years and the company’s intention to reshape its portfolio. Steve Phimister, Shell Vice President for upstream, UK and Ireland, thinks that the redevelopment will give them and their 50/50 project partner ExxonMobil access to 80 million barrels of oil. “This significant investment by Shell and ExxonMobil is further evidence of rising confidence in the future of the region and it will offer a significant boost to communities across the north-east of Scotland, along with boosting the wider Scottish economy,” said Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse. The investment decision on the Penguins field redevelopment represents “a vote of confidence from two major global operators in realising the significant remaining potential of an existing asset,” said Andy Samuel, Oil and Gas Authority Chief Executive. The Penguins cluster was developed in 2002 and it produces via a subsea tieback to the Brent Charlie platform. This platform however, is getting old and it is expected to retire in a few years, so Shell will need another way of producing from Penguins. The US firm Fluor will be the construction contractors for the floating production, storage, and offloading (FPSO) vessel, while Sevan Marine will be providing the technology and the technical support during the design phase of the circular FPSO. An exact date for the project start-up is not known yet, but the FPSO should be delivered in the early 2020s.
the grumpy old men
16/1/2018
21:17
Shell provides gas to 90 industrial customers in Ogun, Rivers, Abia states Jan 16, 2018 0 51 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG), has provided natural gas to about 90 industrial customers in Ogun, Rivers and Abia states, thus boosting socio-economic development in Nigeria, Vanguard reports. The company disclosed in its report that the product is used mainly for power generation, processing and other activities. It said: “Shell Nigeria Gas Limited (SNG) supplies natural gas to about 90 industrial customers in Ogun, Rivers and Abia states. The gas is used for power generation and processing by industries for the manufacture of domestic products ranging from household consumables, to household utensils and hardware.” Among its customers are four compressed natural gas (CNG) companies that make the gas available to other companies outside the SNG pipeline network. “The SPDC JV is the major supplier of gas to Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Company Limited (NLNG) (Shell share, 25.6%),” it added. It went on to say; “The SPDC JV Afam VI power plant, which has a 650 megawatt generating capability, supplied approximately 12% of the nation’s grid-connected electricity in 2016 and since its commissioning in 2008, has delivered 24.16 million Megawatt-hour (MWh) of electricity into the Nigerian grid.”
the grumpy old men
16/1/2018
18:43
Natural gas has role in UK energy mix 40% of UK primary energy was derived from natural gas in 2016, a 50% increase from 1990, writes Ken Cronin Letters Tue 16 Jan 2018 17.15 GMT Last modified on Tue 16 Jan 2018 17.17 GMT Shares 2 Drilling and pumping equipment at Presse Hall Farm, Singleton, Blackpool, Lancashire Your editorial (Fracking’s day may have passed, 10 January) was keen to downplay the role of onshore gas in the UK’s future energy mix, and was deeply concerning. Natural gas has a role to play for many decades, and this is backed up by the National Grid, the government and other forecasters. 40% of UK primary energy was derived from natural gas in 2016, a 50% increase from 1990. In the UK, a projected annual gas demand of 68bcm in 2030, which is 90% of 2015 economy-wide consumption, is in keeping with the Committee on Climate Change’s fifth carbon budget. Natural gas is the largest energy source for UK homes and businesses, providing us with heat, power and vital feedstocks needed for our industries. The site at Balcombe is not a site that will use hydraulic fracturing as there is not a need to – that was made clear by the company. You also refer to Ineos wanting to access gas in sensitive areas – this is despite the company confirming they have no plans to access site of special scientific interest (SSSI) areas for the purposes of the survey being carried out in the East Midlands, and this being confirmed by the governing authority, the local council. Gas-based solutions such as hydrogen and carbon capture and storage have a role in the longer-term decarbonisation of heat and heavy goods transport. However, all of this needs a source of gas. Almost 50% of our gas comes from outside the UK, a significant turnaround from 17 years ago when we were a gas exporter. This is set to rise to nearly 80% in the next 17 years and has massive implications for our energy bills, public purse and climate, given the higher emissions associated with imported gas. It makes no sense environmentally or economically, given the need for gas, to transfer it across oceans and continents when we have it beneath our feet. Ken Cronin Chief executive, UK Onshore Oil and Gas • Join the debate – email guardian.letters@theguardian.com • Read more Guardian letters – click here to visit gu.com/letters
the grumpy old men
16/1/2018
16:56
Shell A 2,542.5 -0.95% Shell B 2,589.5 -0.75% STILL SNUG IN THE 2575 to 2675 BOX 1st feb soon
waldron
15/1/2018
23:49
Has any oil / gas company in history been as forward looking as SHELL? That's why we never ..... :)
fjgooner
15/1/2018
21:36
Rate Text Size: A A A Bloomberg/London Royal Dutch Shell is taking small steps toward a future dominated by electric cars, renewable energy and carbon constraints, demonstrating its intent not to remain solely an oil and gas company. The energy giant agreed last month to purchase First Utility Ltd, the UK’s seventh-largest power provider. Its offshore-wind partnership with Eneco may expand further, amid reports that Shell is considering buying the Dutch utility outright. Big Oil entering the heavily regulated European power market isn’t a natural fit today. Yet it makes sense for a future in which consumers want charging points alongside gasoline pumps at fuelling stations, and iPhone apps and smart home devices generate vast amounts of energy-use data that itself becomes a valuable commodity. “We’re on the cusp of a potentially rather fundamental reorganization of the way that consumers purchase and get access to electricity,” said Rick Wheatley, an executive vice president at Xynteo Ltd, which advises oil companies including Shell on long-term sustainable planning. The oil industry is realising “that things may begin to move much faster” in renewables and the electrification of transport, he said. Shell’s steps toward selling electricity have so far have been modest in comparison to its vast fossil fuels business. The company pumped 1.85mn barrels of oil and 10.47bn cubic feet of natural gas every day in the third quarter, more than enough to supply the whole of the UK. In contrast, First Utility has no generation of its own, instead buying power wholesale from a Shell unit, and supplies just 3% of the country’s residential energy market. In October, Shell announced it was buying NewMotion, Europe’s largest electric-vehicle charging provider. In late November it reached an agreement with IONITY - a Munich-based venture between BMW Group, Daimler AG, Ford Motor Co and Volkswagen AG - to start charging stations in 10 European nations. Eneco, which pointedly shuns fossil fuels on the home page of its website, has a portfolio of sustainable energy projects across northwestern Europe. A Shell spokeswoman declined to comment on whether it was considering bidding for the Rotterdam- based utility or the company’s broader plans in the power sector. Large oil companies are keen to make small investments now as a way to minimise the difficulty of gaining entry to new markets later on, said Richard Chatterton, an oil analyst at Bloomberg New Energy Finance. “They don’t want to have any potential new opportunity out of their reach,” Chatterton said. These investments “are all about making sure they’re positioned well to take a hold of future opportunities when they become clear.” BNEF estimates global power demand will surge 58% by 2040, compared with 2016 levels, with $10.2tn of investment needed in the sector. The research group forecasts that during the same period the growth of electric vehicles will displace about 8mn barrels of oil a day – equivalent to the production of Iran and Iraq today. Chief executive Ben van Beurden, in a post on Shell’s website earlier this month, said he thinks constantly about preparing for a world where fossil fuels are less dominant. He intends to use the New Energies unit, with a budget of as much as $2bn a year, to ensure Shell remains “a company of the future.”
waldron
15/1/2018
19:14
Relentless Brent price over 70 right now.Price being held back by a single 40m GBP sale Friday & 16m today, with oil rising unlikely to carry on for too long
the white house
15/1/2018
13:55
Ministers praise Shell after North Sea manned installation announcement by Press Association January 15, 2018, 1:43 pm Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Syndicate Post image Sign up to our Daily newsletter Ministers have welcomed the news that energy giant Shell is to develop its first new manned installation in the northern part of the North Sea for almost 30 years. The Scottish Government and industry body Oil and Gas UK welcomed the company’s confirmation it is to construct a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel which will begin drilling in the Penguins oil and gas field. The oil field – 150 miles north-east of the Shetland Islands – was discovered in 1974 before being developed in 2002 and is a joint venture between Shell and ExxonMobil. The Penguins field currently processes oil and gas using four existing drill centres and its redevelopment will see an additional eight wells drilled. Describing the plan as an ”attractive opportunity”, Shell said it is expected to have a peak production of about 45,000 barrels of oil per day. Discovered in 1974, the field was first developed in 2002 and is a 50% joint venture between Shell and ExxonMobil. The news comes amid a resurgence in oil prices which has seen Brent touch 70 US dollars (£50) a barrel – although Shell stated the project would have a break-even point of less than 40 US dollars (£28) per barrel. Andy Brown, of Shell, said: ” Penguins demonstrates the importance of Shell’s North Sea assets to the company’s upstream portfolio. “It is another example of how we are unlocking development opportunities, with lower costs, in support of Shell’s transformation into a world-class investment case.” Energy minister Paul Wheelhouse said the news was a “huge ly positive announcement ” for both the Penguins field and the “future of North Sea oil”. He stated: ” This significant investment by Shell and ExxonMobil is further evidence of rising confidence in the future of the region and it will offer a significant boost to communities across the north-east of Scotland, along with boosting the wider Scottish economy. “We have always maintained there are significant opportunities remaining in the North Sea, even in the context of a low carbon transition, and that a strong and vibrant domestic offshore oil and gas industry will play an essential role in the future energy system we set out in our recently published energy strategy. “Our work to date to support the sector is seeing us invest £90 million in the Oil and Gas Technology Centre, and through further funding for research, innovation and skills development for the sector means that Scotland is now very well-placed to capitalise on this investment domestically and in export markets, with opportunities for workers and businesses throughout Scotland’s oil and gas supply chain.” D eirdre Michie, chief executive of Oil & Gas UK, said: “This is great news and an exciting start to the new year. “A global leader like Shell making a commitment on this scale demonstrates the investment potential the UK Continental Shelf still holds. “It also shows the importance of the efficiency improvements our industry has delivered which have helped make redevelopment projects like this commercially attractive.”
la forge
15/1/2018
13:51
Http://www.cityam.com/278793/shell-makes-north-sea-comeback-plan-redevelop-its-penguins LOL I SHELL B BACK Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgPePk3kGZk
la forge
15/1/2018
12:31
IF IN DOUBT HAVE A PENGUIN Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAU2dvO61fE
waldron
15/1/2018
12:27
Http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-business-42688721
la forge
15/1/2018
10:11
i guess the probability is or shell B entery into the 2775 to 2875 BOX sooner than expected Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-2ckLpAzcU
waldron
15/1/2018
09:47
Deutsche Bank raises TP from 2700 to 2800 today rating BUY
sogoesit
14/1/2018
22:33
The unions getting into world politics again,why is it they cannot let other low paid workers in third world countries make a living,yes its dangerous but we are talking about a country where life expectancy is very low compared to the west. Unions like the one who called a strike in Scotland in their last refinery over nothing where the average pay was over £43.000 a year. I would say to the rmt to keep your nose out of politics of another countrys economics and look after your people at home,some hope!!
2hoggy
13/1/2018
20:45
Oil hitting near time high.
abbotslynn
13/1/2018
14:32
12th Jan'18:-"Exxon and the big apple's big lawsuit" Summary New York City has filed a lawsuit against Exxon Mobil and other major petroleum and gas producers to offset the costs of its climate resiliency projects, which are partially-unfunded. This latest lawsuit has much in common with New York State's investigation into and California municipalities' lawsuits against Exxon Mobil. The market has largely ignored these developments given the low probability that any of them will negatively impact Exxon Mobil's finances. A new front is being opened against the company by environmental groups, however, and investors should expect more lawsuits like these to be filed in the future by cash-strapped coastal municipalities. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio made headlines this week with the announcement that the city is suing petroleum and gas majors BP (BP), Chevron (CVX), ConocoPhillips (COP), Exxon Mobil (XOM), and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A)(RDS.B) for damages resulting from climate change. Specifically, Mr. de Blasio stated that the purpose of the lawsuit is to recoup New York City's expenditures on infrastructure resiliency projects, especially those that have been made in the wake of 2012's Superstorm Sandy. While a specific dollar figure being sought has not been published, the lawsuit suggests that the city is targeting a large sum, stating that $20 billion in resiliency and adaptation investments were launched in response to the storm and the cost of those projects that are still needed "runs to many billions of dollars."  hTTps://seekingalpha.com/article/4137170-exxon-mobil-big-apples-big-lawsuit?ifp=0
fangorn2
13/1/2018
14:12
A generous dividend with room to grow Summary Shares in Shell have rallied strongly in the past six months, taking them to levels not seen since 2013. Management has plans to increase free cash flow by a significant amount, even with oil prices staying in the mid-$60 a barrel range. I believe Shell's shares still offer long-term dividend investors good value with strong future growth prospects. hTTps://seekingalpha.com/article/4137277-shell-generous-dividend-room-grow?ifp=0
fangorn2
13/1/2018
10:52
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.
waldron
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