RDSA.L - Royal Dutch Shell plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
2,582.00
+36.00 (+1.41%)
As of 1:51PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close2,546.00
Open2,564.00
Bid2,581.50 x N/A
Ask2,583.00 x N/A
Day's range2,556.00 - 2,585.50
52-week range2,209.50 - 2,708.00
Volume1,991,655
Avg. volume6,559,054
Market cap221.46B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.29
PE ratio (TTM)912.37
EPS (TTM)2.83
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.48 (5.81%)
Ex-dividend date2019-05-16
1y target estN/A
  • Reuters - UK Focus5 hours ago

    UPDATE 2-Exporter-heavy FTSE 100 soars as BoE growth forecast cut hurts pound

    London's FTSE 100 swiftly climbed to a session high as its international stocks got a lift from a hit to sterling after the Bank of England cut its economic growth forecast, adding on to earlier cheer that was brought on by the Fed's softer stance. The FTSE 100 index was up 0.7% with BP and Shell both up more than 1% after Middle East tensions drove crude prices higher, while the FTSE midcap index was up 1% at its highest in a month by 1154 GMT.

  • An Intrinsic Calculation For Royal Dutch Shell plc (AMS:RDSA) Suggests It's 41% Undervalued
    Simply Wall St.8 hours ago

    An Intrinsic Calculation For Royal Dutch Shell plc (AMS:RDSA) Suggests It's 41% Undervalued

    How far off is Royal Dutch Shell plc (AMS:RDSA) from its intrinsic value? Using the most recent financial data, we'll...

  • Reuters - UK Focus23 hours ago

    UPDATE 2-Workers to strike at drilling rigs in Norway if mediation fails

    Some 922 workers on Norwegian offshore oil drilling rigs and floating production platforms could potentially go on strike on June 28 unless a pay deal is agreed, Norway's largest oil workers union Industri Energi said on Wednesday. The strike would hit oil companies' exploration efforts this summer. Past conflicts have also impacted some of Norway's oil production, such as last year's shutdown of Shell's Knarr field during a similar 10-day strike.

  • Shell aims to beat power utilities at their own game
    Reutersyesterday

    Shell aims to beat power utilities at their own game

    Royal Dutch Shell wants to build a power business more profitable than the competitive sector's existing players, banking on its global scale and oil and gas income to maximise on the transition to cleaner energy. Demand for electricity is set to soar as Asian economies grow and electric vehicles replace petrol cars. Shell is under pressure to shed the Oil Majors' century-old business model and position itself for a future with lower use of fossil fuels.

  • Shell says staff in Iraq safe, operations are normal after rocket attack
    Reutersyesterday

    Shell says staff in Iraq safe, operations are normal after rocket attack

    Royal Dutch Shell said on Wednesday that all its staff in Iraq are accounted for and its operations in the country are normal, after a rocket struck the site of headquarters of several foreign oil firms near Iraq's southern city of Basra. "We remain vigilant and continue to monitor the security situation and liaise with local authorities," said a Shell spokesman in a statement to Reuters. The rocket hit the site of the residential and operations headquarters of several global major oil companies, including U.S. giant ExxonMobil, early on Wednesday, wounding three people, Iraq's military said.

  • Shell sees more opportunities for floating LNG after Prelude delays
    Reutersyesterday

    Shell sees more opportunities for floating LNG after Prelude delays

    Royal Dutch Shell sees more opportunities for floating liquefied natural gas projects, but not necessarily like its $17 billion (£13.5 billion) Prelude operation off Australia, which shipped its first cargo last week, over two years behind schedule. Shell Australia Chair Zoe Yujnovich said on Wednesday that it was too early to tell whether Prelude, one of two floating LNG (FLNG) projects in the world, would be replicated in future, as the company was still commissioning the project. Whether it be used as a decade-long initiative or whether it's used in alternate fashions is probably something still to be drawn to conclusion," Yujnovich said at the Credit Suisse Australia Energy Conference.

  • Reuters - UK Focusyesterday

    UPDATE 7-Staff evacuated as rocket strikes near foreign oil firms in Iraq

    A rocket hit a site in southern Iraq used by foreign oil companies on Wednesday, including U.S. energy giant ExxonMobil, wounding three people and threatening to further escalate U.S.-Iran tensions in the region. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack near Iraq's southern city of Basra, the fourth time in a week that rockets have struck near U.S. installations. Three previous attacks on or near military bases housing U.S. forces near Baghdad and Mosul caused no casualties or major damage.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Okea sees foreign oil majors leaving Norway's offshore in a decade

    Norwegian oil firm Okea predicts all oil majors, except Norway's Equinor, will leave the Norwegian continental shelf in 10 years, opening up opportunities for smaller, independent firms, its chief executive said on Tuesday. The British and Norwegian sections of the North Sea, where production started in the 1960s and 1970s, have seen an exodus of oil majors as some fields mature or dry up and as they focus on larger offshore developments elsewhere.

  • How Integrated Energy Stocks Have Fared in the Last Month
    Market Realist3 days ago

    How Integrated Energy Stocks Have Fared in the Last Month

    In the past month, integrated energy stocks have put up a weak performance. Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) has been the best performer among integrated energy stocks with a rise of about 0.3% in the past month, while other industry players have posted declines.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    UPDATE 1-Groningen gas production to drop 20% faster than planned - gov't

    Next year's output at the Groningen natural gas field in the north of the Netherlands looks set to drop 20% more than previously announced, the Dutch government said on Monday. Production at the field, operated by Royal Dutch Shell and Exxon Mobil, could be limited at 12.8 billion cubic metres (bcm) in the year starting October 2019, the government said, to limit seismic risks in the region. The government said in February that production would drop to 15.9 billion cubic metres (bcm), but was forced to cap production faster than planned after a 3.4 magnitude earthquake hit the Groningen region last month.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    UPDATE 1-German refineries PCK, Leuna get first clean oil via Druzhba pipeline

    German refineries PCK Schwedt and Leuna have started receiving clean Russian crude oil via the Druzhba pipeline, which was contaminated in April, oil industry group MWV said on Monday. PCK Schwedt was receiving some oil, although not yet the full amount it had before the disruption caused by the contamination, a MWV spokesman said, citing the operator. Oil flows to Leuna had also resumed, although there was no further detail on volumes going to the refinery in eastern Germany, the spokesman said.

  • Dutch court orders Shell to pay $2.8 million fine for 2014 plant blast
    Reuters3 days ago

    Dutch court orders Shell to pay $2.8 million fine for 2014 plant blast

    A Dutch court on Monday ordered Royal Dutch Shell to pay a 2.5 million euro ($2.8 million) fine for failing to prevent an explosion at its Moerdijk facility in 2014 and for breaching emissions limits at the plant. The district court in Den Bosch said Shell had not done enough to prevent an incident on June 3, 2014 which resulted in a series of explosions and a large fire at the Moerdijk chemical plant. The court also said Shell had not noticed a leak which resulted in the emission of ethylene oxide far above legal limits from the end of 2015 until early 2016.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Dutch court orders Shell to pay $2.8 mln fine for 2014 plant blast

    A Dutch court on Monday ordered Royal Dutch Shell to pay a 2.5 million euro ($2.8 million) fine for failing to prevent an explosion at its Moerdijk facility in 2014 and for breaching emissions limits at the plant. The district court in Den Bosch said Shell had not done enough to prevent an incident on June 3, 2014 which resulted in a series of explosions and a large fire at the Moerdijk chemical plant. The court also said Shell had not noticed a leak which resulted in the emission of ethylene oxide far above legal limits from the end of 2015 until early 2016.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 days ago

    Oil firm Okea's IPO raises less than half initially planned

    Norwegian oil firm Okea has raised 315 million crowns ($36 million) in an initial public offering, the company said on Monday, less than half of what it had initially planned due to a fall in the oil price. Europe's oil and gas sector has built up a crowded pipeline for stock market flotations but investors are cautious given a bumpy recovery following the 2014 downturn and uncertainty over long-term oil demand as the world transitions to cleaner energy.

  • PR Newswire6 days ago

    ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC - Transaction in Own Shares

    Transaction in Own Shares 14 June 2019 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Royal Dutch Shell plc (the ‘Company’) announces that on 14 June 2019 it purchased the following number of "A" Shares for ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    UPDATE 4-Pope backs carbon pricing to stem global warming and appeals to deniers

    Pope Francis said on Friday that carbon pricing is "essential" to stem global warming - his clearest statement yet in support of penalising polluters - and appealed to climate change deniers to listen to science. In an address to energy executives at the end of a two-day meeting, he also called for "open, transparent, science-based and standardised" reporting of climate risk and a "radical energy transition" away from carbon to save the planet. Carbon pricing, via taxes or emissions trading schemes, is used by many governments to make energy consumers pay for the costs of using the fossil fuels that contribute to global warming, and to spur investment in low-carbon technology.

  • Shell Energy to pay £390,000 for overcharging thousands of customers
    Sky News6 days ago

    Shell Energy to pay £390,000 for overcharging thousands of customers

    Shell Energy Retail has been forced to pay £390,000 compensation and refunds after overcharging customers. Energy watchdog Ofgem made the ruling after the supplier overcharged some 12,000 customers on its default tariffs when the energy price cap was introduced in January. Ofgem's price cap monitoring found that in the three months to March 2019, around 12,000 electricity and gas customer accounts were charged a total of £100,736.63 above the price cap.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    UPDATE 2-FTSE 100 dips as global growth concerns dominate; Kier hits record low

    London's FTSE 100 weakened on Friday as Asia-focused banks took a hit from underwhelming Chinese industrial growth data, while Kier shed more than a third of its value after it was reported to be planning to sell its housebuilding unit at a discount. The FTSE 100 slipped by 0.3%, with exporter stocks also weighing on the index. The FTSE 250 fell by the same amount, tugged lower by Kier's 35.5% plunge.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Chipmakers drag European shares lower after Broadcom shock

    Technology shares led European shares lower on Friday after U.S. chipmaker Broadcom warned of a broad slowdown in demand due to trade tensions and the U.S. ban on Chinese tech and mobile phone company Huawei Technologies. The forecast of a $2 billion hit to sales at one of the biggest U.S. players in the sector came as Chinese industrial output growth slowed to a more than 17-year of 5% in May and were among the clearest signs yet of the damage President Trump's trade war may do to global growth. European semiconductor companies Infineon, AMS and STMicroelectronics, Siltronic, Dialog Semiconductor all dropped between 2% and 3% after Broadcom Inc outlined the impact of a total halt in sales to Huawei.

  • Shell Energy Retail apologises after being pulled up for overcharging
    Reuters6 days ago

    Shell Energy Retail apologises after being pulled up for overcharging

    Ofgem said Shell Energy Retail Ltd, previously known as First Utility, will pay 200,000 pounds ($253,520) in addition to the refund to its consumer redress fund, bringing the total payment to 390,000 pounds. This is the first such action against a company for overcharging since the price cap on default energy bills came into force on Jan. 1. The price cap was aimed at saving households about a billion pounds a year following a government promise to tackle what it had called "rip-off" prices.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Having a gas: Australia dominates China's LNG supply

    Australia's fast-expanding liquefied natural gas industry has this year been supplying the lion's share of China's growing demand for imports of the commodity, with appetite surging as Beijing shifts away from dirtier fuels such as coal. Australia supplied over 53% of China's LNG imports during the first five months of 2019, shipping data in Refinitiv showed, up from around 40% in 2016 when a previous round of new Australian export projects started to ramp up. With Royal Dutch Shell's Prelude facility delivering its first LNG cargo this week from northwest Australia, that share is likely to increase further.

  • Shell to invest up to $2.4 billion in Mexican deepwater oil projects
    Reuters6 days ago

    Shell to invest up to $2.4 billion in Mexican deepwater oil projects

    Mexico's oil regulator on Thursday approved exploration plans for four deepwater areas operated by Royal Dutch Shell , after it gave the green light to five others earlier this week, committing the oil major to invest at least $791 million (£624 million). One of the blocks is in the Perdido Fold Basin, which straddles the U.S.-Mexico maritime border in the Gulf of Mexico, while the other three are further south in the Salina Basin. On Tuesday, the regulator, known as the National Hydrocarbons Commission, or CNH, approved Shell exploration plans for five other deepwater areas in the same two basins which included investment commitments of at least $397 million and as much as $1.316 billion.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    Shell to invest up to $2.4 bln in Mexican deepwater oil projects

    Mexico's oil regulator on Thursday approved exploration plans for four deepwater areas operated by Royal Dutch Shell , after it gave the green light to five others earlier this week, committing the oil major to invest at least $791 million. On Tuesday, the regulator, known as the National Hydrocarbons Commission, or CNH, approved Shell exploration plans for five other deepwater areas in the same two basins which included investment commitments of at least $397 million and as much as $1.316 billion. Taken together, Shell could invest up to $2.4 billion in the nine deepwater areas over the next four years and will drill at least 13 wells in the projects.

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