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
  +36.00p +1.43% 2,550.50p 2,550.00p 2,551.00p 2,554.50p 2,507.00p 2,516.00p 2,563,517 14:57:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 225,948.9 13,423.1 117.0 21.1 95,528.64

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/9/2018
08:17
Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/shell-a-RDSA/share-news/Shell-to-Lay-Out-Targets-to-Manage-Methane-Emissio/78266078
sarkasm
14/9/2018
07:53
14 Sep Royal Dutch Shell Goldman Sachs Buy 2,516.00 2,980.00 3,130.00
garycook
13/9/2018
22:45
A little extra dividend would be nice. hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upD6cB9Rzvk
xxxxxy
12/9/2018
19:26
Http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/170266/shell-set-to-shine-after-lean-years.aspx Shell Set to Shine After Lean Years Integrated oil companies such as Shell and Total are set to reap the benefits from capital discipline in recent years, Morningstar analysts say Allen Good 11 September, 2018 | 2:22PM Integrated oil companies such as Shell (RDSB) and Total (FP) present the greatest opportunity among their sector peers, according to Morningstar analysts. These firms are set to reverse years of little or no free cash flow despite significantly lower oil and gas prices as high levels of investment give way to growth and capital restraint. Four-star rated Shell has a fair value estimate of £32.50, according to Morningstar analysts, above a current price of £24.20 per share. We expect increased free cash flow from both upstream and downstream operations within the oil sector. In upstream, higher-margin production is to be added at capital costs that are in some cases nearly 40% lower than a few years ago, offsetting much of the impact of lower oil prices. Meanwhile, falls in service costs, standardisation, and simplification combine to reduce the capital intensity of key project areas such as deep-water, shelf, and onshore, creating the opportunity to do more with less. In downstream, continued strong market conditions combined with earnings growth lead to strong free cash flow generation. This results in financially stronger and healthier companies that can increase dividends and repurchase shares. Importantly, this improvement can occur at our medium-term oil price of $60 per barrel, well below current levels, and in many cases, the market is underpricing the improvement. Shell's Capital Discipline With the restoration of its cash dividend, Shell has demonstrated that it has taken the necessary steps to remain competitive in a world of $60/barrel oil. Like the rest of the integrated group, Shell has reduced its cost base, which had become bloated, in part by reducing headcount and improving its supply chain. Furthermore, the addition of BG’s low-cost production reduces Shell’s per-barrel operating cost, which ranked among the highest in its peer group. Shell already reduced operating cost by 20% from 2014 levels and says that potential further reductions are possible in later years. At the same time, Shell plans to avoid the mistakes of the past, when rising commodity prices resulted in ever-increasing capital budgets, by keeping yearly capital spending between $25 billion and $30 billion until 2020, a 40% reduction from the nearly $50 billion it spent in 2014. The sharp decrease should improve capital efficiency, but should not completely sacrifice growth. While the reduction in spending is in part a function of cancelled marginal projects that are no longer economical, it also results from cost deflation, improved performance, and design standardisation, which have meaningfully improved potential returns and reduced total project spend. As a result of its collective efforts, including divestiture of capital-intensive low-return upstream and downstream assets, Shell should boost margins and improve returns by 2020, leaving it in a better competitive position. However, while we think it might fall just short of its goal of 10% return on capital, we expect it can realise its $25 billion in free cash flow target with oil of $65.
fjgooner
12/9/2018
09:35
agree with fjgooner
xxxxxy
12/9/2018
08:30
My limit order was dealt first thing this morning as it struck me that I had a little spare cash that was doing nothing so best put it to use. September is usually (for me) a good month for dividends. Very difficult market to pick winners compared with prvious years
erogenous jones
11/9/2018
21:47
Bloody typical. We have a lovely low stock price for Shell - and with just 3 trading days before dividend funds hit our accounts for re-investment - analysts suddenly get more enthusiastic and bloody oil prices surge. Just can't win some quarters, eh? :)
fjgooner
11/9/2018
16:14
Trump's sanctions on Iran could push oil prices above $100 per barrel hTtps://www.cnbc.com/2018/09/11/trump-iran-sanctions-driving-oil-prices-to-100facts-global-energy.html
xxxxxy
11/9/2018
07:49
11 Sep Royal Dutch Shell Barclays Capital Overweight 2,477.50 3,300.00
garycook
11/9/2018
06:52
Shell are slipping against BP, despite buying back around 50% more than BP are doing.
steve73
10/9/2018
15:54
Sogosit Share buybacks waste of money but makes directors look good with eps.
montyhedge
09/9/2018
16:01
Artificial Photosynthesis: A New Renewable Energy Source? hTtps://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Artificial-Photosynthesis-A-New-Renewable-Energy-Source.html hTtps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artificial_photosynthesis
xxxxxy
09/9/2018
08:25
Shell Oil Held Secret Meetings With Environmentalists On Enacting A Carbon Tax 11:02 AM 09/07/2018 Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator Executives with Shell Oil Company have been secretly meeting with environmental groups for more than two years to establish support for a nationwide tax on carbon emissions. Since the beginning of 2016, Shell, an international oil and gas giant based in the Netherlands, has met with officials from the Niskanen Center, the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), World Resources Institute and the Nature Conservancy regarding the implementation of a U.S. carbon tax and to discuss a host of other climate change issues, according to a report from E&E News. The talks began during the 2016 presidential election, with the understanding that a Hillary Clinton administration would likely mean more regulation of the fossil fuel industry. However, the communication continued after President Donald Trump’s upset victory. What began as face-to-face meetings in Shell’s Washington, D.C., offices and at restaurants in the first two years shifted to communication over phone calls and emails. (RELATED: Foreign-Based Oil Companies Praise GOP Lawmaker’s Carbon Tax Bill) Communication with Shell continues on a weekly basis, but participation among the different environmental groups varies. “We value our partnerships with the private sector, including companies like Shell, and believe that these partnerships are important for achieving durable policy solutions,” Jason Albritton, a senior adviser for the Nature Conservancy, stated to E&E News. Also confirming the meetings was Environmental Defense Fund spokeswoman Victoria Mills, who said EDF regularly meets with companies to build support for climate change legislation in Congress. The concept of a carbon tax — a charge levied upon companies according to the amount of CO2 they emit into the atmosphere — has been pushed by environmentalists as an alternative to strict government regulations. Shell has long been supportive of the idea. While passage of carbon pricing legislation is highly unlikely in the GOP-controlled Congress, some Republicans have embraced it. Republican Rep. Carlos Curbelo, who represents a competitive Miami district, introduced a bill in July that calls for a tax on CO2 emissions. However, Curbelo has admitted himself that the legislation would likely go nowhere, and he has since been subjected to attack ads for introducing it. Follow Jason on Twitter. Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is available without charge to any eligible news publisher that can provide a large audience. For licensing opportunities of our original content, please contact licensing@dailycallernewsfoundation.org.
sarkasm
09/9/2018
07:51
Https://www.cnbc.com/2018/09/08/a-major-supply-demand-imbalance-coming-for-oil-could-spike-prices.html
sarkasm
07/9/2018
17:49
Transaction in Own Shares September 7, 2018 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Royal Dutch Shell plc (the 'Company') announces that on September 7, 2018 it purchased the following number of "A" Shares for cancellation. Aggregated information on "A" shares purchased according to trading venues: Date of Number of Highest Lowest price Volume Venue purchase "A" shares price paid: paid: weighted purchased (GBp) (GBp) average price paid per share (GBp) September 07, 965,670 2468.50 2411.00 2441.28 LSE 2018 September 07, 169,457 2468.00 2411.50 2441.53 Cboe Europe 2018 Equities (BXE) September 07, 156,394 2468.50 2411.00 2441.37 Cboe Europe 2018 Equities (CXE) These share purchases form part of the Company's existing share buy-back programme, details of which were announced on July 26, 2018. In respect of this programme, Citigroup Global Markets Limited will make trading decisions in relation to the Company's securities independently of the Company for the period July 26, 2018 up to and including October 25, 2018.
waldron
07/9/2018
17:46
Https://www.cnbc.com/2018/09/07/oil-markets-us-crude-inventories-diesel-gasoline-in-focus.html
waldron
07/9/2018
17:43
Total 51.99 -0.08% Engie 12.255 -0.20% Orange 13.625 +0.93% FTSE 100 7,277.7 -0.56% Dow Jones 25,949.86 -0.18% CAC 40 5,252.22 +0.16% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 76.19 -0.50% Gasoline NYMEX 1.95 -0.52% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.77 -0.25% BP 536.9 -0.79% Shell A 2,443.5 -0.77% Shell B 2,479 -0.86%
waldron
07/9/2018
12:13
lot of other things putting downward pressure on shares in general so be thankful that poo and buybacks are supporting the sp
florenceorbis
07/9/2018
12:06
It is a pretty diabolical share price performance considering the buy backs an POO constantly around mid $70's
oilretire
07/9/2018
11:08
These buy backs seem to be doing wonders for the share price,maybe if they stop buying it might go back up..lol
2hoggy
06/9/2018
17:50
September 6, 2018 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Royal Dutch Shell plc (the 'Company') announces that on September 6, 2018 it purchased the following number of "A" Shares for cancellation. Aggregated information on "A" shares purchased according to trading venues: Date of Number of Highest Lowest price Volume Venue purchase "A" shares price paid: paid: weighted purchased (GBp) (GBp) average price paid per share (GBp) September 06, 857,100 2521.00 2459.00 2492.89 LSE 2018 September 06, 144,350 2521.00 2459.50 2492.93 Cboe Europe 2018 Equities (BXE) September 06, 140,100 2521.00 2460.00 2493.08 Cboe Europe 2018 Equities (CXE) These share purchases form part of the Company's existing share buy-back programme, details of which were announced on July 26, 2018. In respect of this programme, Citigroup Global Markets Limited will make trading decisions in relation to the Company's securities independently of the Company for the period July 26, 2018 up to and including October 25, 2018.
waldron
06/9/2018
17:47
PREMIUM DOWN TO 38p and sitting in the 2475 to 2575p BOX
waldron
06/9/2018
17:28
Total 52.03 -0.95% Engie 12.28 -0.53% Orange 13.5 -1.03% FTSE 100 7,318.96 -0.87% Dow Jones 25,961.16 -0.05% CAC 40 5,243.84 -0.31% SBF 120 4,215.72 -0.27% EuroStoxx 50 3,295.95 -0.61% DAX Index 11,955.25 -0.71% Brent Crude Oil NYMEX 75.96 -1.53% Gasoline NYMEX 1.93 -1.39% Natural Gas NYMEX 2.78 -0.64% BP 541.2 -0.93% Shell A 2,462.5 -1.78% Shell B 2,500.5 -1.77%
waldron
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