RDSA.L - Royal Dutch Shell plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
2,256.00
-5.50 (-0.24%)
At close: 4:45PM GMT
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Previous close2,261.50
Open2,269.00
Bid2,230.00 x 216300
Ask2,280.00 x 249300
Day's range2,249.50 - 2,273.50
52-week range1,982.50 - 2,579.50
Volume4,195,675
Avg. volume5,312,057
Market cap202.823B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Shell Shows Interest in BHP Assets

    Royal Dutch Shell Plc said it’s potentially interested in BHP Billiton Ltd.’s oil assets on sale in the Permian basin in the U.S. as it seeks to boost its role in shale.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 hours ago

    BP sees self-driving electric vehicles crimping oil demand by 2040

    The emergence of self-driving electric cars and travel sharing are set to dent oil consumption by 2040, oil and gas giant BP said, forecasting a peak in demand for the first time. In its benchmark annual Energy Outlook, BP forecast a 100-fold growth in electric vehicles by 2040, with its chief economist Spencer Dale painting a world in which we travel much more but instead of using private cars, we increasingly share trips in autonomous vehicles.

  • Reuters13 hours ago

    In the deepwater versus shale oil contest, Shell backs both

    Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) will expand deepwater output and turn a profit from its shale production in coming years as both together will help the oil major cope with a world of low crude prices, the head of its oil and gas production said on Tuesday. Shell's deepwater production in Brazil, Nigeria, the Gulf of Mexico is much bigger and more profitable, but the firm sees the nimble, fast-returns U.S. onshore shale as an engine for growth. "We can see strong (shale) production growth, strong cash surpluses that gives us a balance in our portfolio where you can ramp investment up and down, you can moderate that, very unlike deepwater which is quite chunky," Andy Brown told Reuters in an interview on the sidelines of the IP Week conference.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Global dividends hit record of $1.25 trillion in 2017, more to come

    Global dividends rose 7.7 percent to an all-time high of $1.25 trillion (£891 billion) last year boosted by a buoyant world economy and rising corporate confidence, Janus Henderson (JHG.N) said on Monday, predicting another record year ahead. For 2018 Janus Henderson expects dividends to keep the same 7.7 percent growth rate to reach around $1.35 trillion, as corporate and economic growth remains strong even in more volatile financial markets. "Companies are seeing rising profits and healthy cash flows, and that's enabling them to fund generous dividends.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    No new tremor-tackling steps needed at Dutch gas field, operator says

    The operator of the Groningen gas field in the Netherlands sees no need for further measures aimed at reducing the risk of tremors, it said on Monday, following a series of small quakes. Earlier this month, the Dutch government ordered production at the field to be cut by 44 percent as quickly as possible, and the immediate shutdown of five production points. In its report, NAM said the latest tremors did not merit additional measures, as the closing of the production points in the Loppersum cluster and the overall output reduction were expected to dampen earthquake risks within six months.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Shell names Jacek Dziembaj head of oil products trading -memo

    * Royal Dutch Shell has appointed Jacek Dziembaj as head of oil products trading and supply, according to an internal announcement seen by Reuters. * Dziembaj will be based in London and assume his new ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Gas producer NAM sees no need for further measures at Groningen field

    Dutch gas company NAM on Monday said it sees no need for further measures at the Groningen field after a recent series of relatively small earthquakes in the region. After a 3.4 earthquake in January the Dutch government already said it would cut Groningen production by 44 percent as quickly as possible, while ordering the immediate shutdown of five production points in the earthquake-prone field.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 days ago

    Global dividends hit record of $1.25 trln in 2017, more to come

    Global dividends rose 7.7 percent to an all-time high of $1.25 trillion last year boosted by a buoyant world economy and rising corporate confidence, Janus Henderson said on Monday, predicting another ...

  • Motley Fool3 days ago

    Big Oil Earnings: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    A slew of Big Oil companies reported earnings in the past few weeks, and results were scattered across the board.

  • Shell says small fire extinguished at Pernis oil refinery
    Reuters4 days ago

    Shell says small fire extinguished at Pernis oil refinery

    LONDON (Reuters) - - Shell (RDSa.L) said a "small fire" which occurred during maintenance on a furnace at its 404,000 barrels-per-day Pernis oil refinery in the Netherlands had been extinguished ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 days ago

    Shell says small fire extinguished at Pernis oil refinery

    * Shell said a "small fire" which occurred during maintenance on a furnace at its 404,000 barrels-per-day Pernis oil refinery in the Netherlands had been extinguished * The furnace was not in ...

  • Big Oil CEOs Urge Norway to Throw a Lifeline to Carbon Capture
    Bloomberg5 days ago

    Big Oil CEOs Urge Norway to Throw a Lifeline to Carbon Capture

    Three of the world’s biggest oil companies called on Norway to help maintain funding for carbon capture and storage technology that is stagnating amid concerns about whether it can ever be cost-effective....

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    Nigerian court sets Malabu oilfield corruption case hearing for June 18

    A Nigerian court has set a hearing over a disputed 2011 oilfield deal for June 18, the country's financial crimes watchdog said on Thursday, part of a string of international corruption probes into the purchase. The case relates to a purchase of the offshore OPL 245 oilfield in Nigeria by oil majors Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: 0LN9.L - news) and Eni (LSE: 0N9S.L - news) in 2011. At the core of the case is a $1.3 billion payment from Shell (LSE: RDSB.L - news) and Eni to secure the block from Malabu Oil and Gas, allegedly controlled by former Nigerian oil minister Dan Etete.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 days ago

    India's oil imports hit record high in January - trade

    India imported a record 4.93 million barrels of oil per day (bpd) in January to feed its expanded refining capacity and meet rising demand, ship tracking data obtained from sources and data compiled by Thomson Reuters (Dusseldorf: TOC.DU - news) Oil Research & Forecasts showed. The world's third-biggest oil importer shipped in 13.6 percent more oil in January than a year earlier and about 12.5 percent more than the previous month, the data showed. Imports in January were high as state-run refiners, which operate two-third of India's nearly 5 million bpd capacity, usually boost runs in the March quarter to meet government-set targets.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    RELX to lose the Dutch half of its Anglo-Dutch identity

    RELX (REL.L) (RELN.AS), the Anglo-Dutch group created by the merger of Reed Business Information and Elsevier 25 years ago, said it would scrap its dual structure in favour of a single London-based parent company to simplify its operations. The move came as the group, which owns LexisNexis legal research, reported a 6 percent rise in underlying adjusted operating profit of 2.28 billion pounds for 2017. Chief Executive Erik Engstrom said a single parent company was a natural step following the renaming of the group from Reed Elsevier and creating a single entity three years ago.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 days ago

    RELX to lose the Dutch half of its Anglo-Dutch identity

    RELX (Amsterdam: RL8.AS - news) , the Anglo-Dutch group created by the merger of Reed Business Information and Elsevier (Amsterdam: REN.AS - news) 25 years ago, said it would scrap its dual structure in favour of a single London-based parent company to simplify its operations. Chief Executive Erik Engstrom said a single parent company was a natural step following the renaming of the group from Reed Elsevier and creating a single entity three years ago.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Hail shale, but deepwater oil fights back

    Penguins, Royal Dutch Shell's (RDSa.L) latest oil and gas development in a remote corner of the British North Sea, epitomises the new doctrine for deepwater projects -- keep it cheap and simple. Shunned during the oil price crash of 2014-2016, deepwater projects are being embraced again, a challenge to the surge in onshore U.S. shale output. Penguins, the first new major deepwater project this year, will rejuvenate the 44-year-old field by drilling 8 new wells 165 metres (541 feet) underwater and connecting them to a new production vessel.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Malaysia to export fewer Kimanis cargoes in April - sources

    (Adds loading dates of cargoes) SINGAPORE, Feb 15 (Reuters) - * Malaysia will export 10 Kimanis crude cargoes in April, down two cargoes from the previous month, several trade sources said on Thursday, ...

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Malaysia to export fewer Kimanis cargoes in April - sources

    SINGAPORE, Feb 15 (Reuters) - * Malaysia will export 10 Kimanis crude cargoes in April, down two cargoes from the previous month, several trade sources said on Thursday, based on the monthly loading programme ...

  • Big Oil Firms Finish 2017 on a High Note: What's Ahead?
    Zacks6 days ago

    Big Oil Firms Finish 2017 on a High Note: What's Ahead?

    Riding on improving commodity prices, stronger production outlook and healthier cash flows, the Big Oil firms look poised to continue the momentum in the coming years.

  • Hail shale, but deepwater oil fights back
    Reuters6 days ago

    Hail shale, but deepwater oil fights back

    Penguins, Royal Dutch Shell's (RDSa.L) latest oil and gas development in a remote corner of the British North Sea, epitomises the new doctrine for deepwater projects -- keep it cheap and simple. Shunned during the oil price crash of 2014-2016, deepwater projects are being embraced again, a challenge to the surge in onshore U.S. shale output. Penguins, the first new major deepwater project this year, will rejuvenate the 44-year-old field by drilling 8 new wells 165 metres (541 feet) underwater and connecting them to a new production vessel.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    Dutch gas regulator orders new review of Groningen production

    Dutch gas sector regulator SodM on Wednesday ordered a new review of production at the Groningen field in the north of the Netherlands after a string of small earthquakes this month. After a 3.4 earthquake in January the Dutch government said it would cut Groningen production to 12 billion cubic metres (bcm) a year as quickly as possible, from a current level of 21.6 bcm.

  • Appeal court rules Nigerians cannot pursue Shell spill claim in England
    Reuters7 days ago

    Appeal court rules Nigerians cannot pursue Shell spill claim in England

    LONDON/YENAGOA, Nigeria (Reuters) - The Court of Appeal in London ruled on Wednesday that two Nigerian communities cannot pursue Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) in English courts over oil spills in Nigeria's Delta region. The split decision upheld a High Court ruling last year that was a setback to attempts to hold British multinationals liable at home for their subsidiaries' actions abroad. The court rejected the appeal from law firm Leigh Day on behalf of Nigeria's Bille and Ogale communities, and upheld a ruling that English courts do not have jurisdiction over claims against Shell's Nigerian subsidiary Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC).

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 days ago

    Appeal court rules Nigerians cannot pursue Shell spill claim in England

    LONDON/YENAGOA, Nigeria, Feb 14 (Reuters) - The Court of Appeal in London ruled on Wednesday that two Nigerian communities cannot pursue Royal Dutch Shell (LSE: 0LN9.L - news) in English courts over oil spills in Nigeria's Delta region. The split decision upheld a High Court ruling last year that was a setback to attempts to hold British multinationals liable at home for their subsidiaries' actions abroad. The court rejected the appeal from law firm Leigh Day on behalf of Nigeria's Bille and Ogale communities, and upheld a ruling that English courts do not have jurisdiction over claims against Shell (LSE: RDSB.L - news) 's Nigerian subsidiary Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC).

  • Shell's Pivot to Renewables Sharpens With California Deal
    Bloomberg7 days ago

    Shell's Pivot to Renewables Sharpens With California Deal

    Royal Dutch Shell Plc, the world’s second-biggest oil company, is expanding its bet on renewable energy.

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