|Bid||2,471.00 x N/A|
|Ask||2,471.50 x N/A|
|Day's range||2,460.00 - 2,521.00|
|52-week range||2,460.00 - 2,559.50|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.37|
|PE ratio (TTM)||874.38|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.44 (5.87%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Transaction in Own Shares 23 May 2019 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Royal Dutch Shell plc (the ‘Company’) announces that on 23 May 2019 it purchased the following number of "A" Shares for cancellation. ...
ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC BOARD COMMITTEE CHANGES Royal Dutch Shell plc (the "Company") announces the following changes to the membership of its Board Committees: Further to the resolution passed ...
Shipowners, who are facing one of the biggest changes in the oil industry in decades, are seeing more fuels that will be compliant with new rules on sulphur emissions from ships, but some say the way forward is far from clear. With the exception of some zones around northwest Europe and North America known as Emission Control Areas where maximum sulphur content is restricted to 0.1% sulphur, the current global cap is 3.5%. Oil majors, including BP and Royal Dutch Shell, have announced they are producing very low sulphur fuels that meet the 0.5% requirements but the specifications of those products are not yet clear nor are the ports where they will be available.
Royal Dutch Shell has started producing oil and gas at its Appomattox deep water platform in the Gulf of Mexico, one of the largest projects launched in the basin in recent years. The Anglo-Dutch company said the floating production system will produce around 175,000 barrels of oil and gas equivalent per day (boed). Appomattox, which is located in U.S. waters, was completed ahead of its expected startup in the third quarter of 2019 and at around 40% below its initial planned cost in 2015, Shell said.
The FTSE 100 was up 0.3%, while the FTSE 250 rose 0.5%, with builder Galliford Try leading gains after announcing job cuts. After weeks of waiting for significant updates on Brexit, investors welcomed a "new deal" for Britain's departure from the European Union set out by Prime Minister Theresa May, which offered the prospect of a possible second referendum on the agreement.
Here Are Wall Street Analysts' Top Integrated Energy Picks(Continued from Prior Part)Analyst ratings for ShellRoyal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) has the third-highest percentage of “buy” ratings among the six integrated energy stocks (ExxonMobil,
Activists disrupted BP's annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday shouting "this is a crime scene" in the latest climate protest against the oil and gas group, while rival Royal Dutch Shell got some rare praise from investors on its emissions policies. Both oil giants have been working with shareholders in recent years to try to define a path towards meeting the goals of the 2015 Paris climate agreement to limit global warming. Two women protesters inside BP's annual general meeting (AGM) in Aberdeen, Scotland, were carried out by security staff, while others turned on an alarm during BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley's speech as activists complained the UK-based group was not doing enough to battle global warming.
Total said on Tuesday it had curbed output at its German refinery at Leuna due to continuing problems with contaminated Russian crude oil supply, while Germany's oil industry's lobby said national supply security was not at risk. Russia's oil export flows have been disrupted since April when high levels of organic chloride were found in crude pumped via the Druzhba pipeline to the Baltic port of Ust-Luga and elsewhere in Europe via Poland.
Royal Dutch Shell revealed on Tuesday that in 2018 only its gas subsidiary NAM paid corporate tax in the Netherlands, where it is headquartered, following Dutch parliamentary demands that it attend a hearing on tax avoidance. Shell's NAM subsidiary paid 500 million euros (439 million pounds) in corporate tax, the Anglo-Dutch company said in a statement. Shell said it pays relatively little of its overall tax in the country where it is registered, because it incurs costs elsewhere in the world that can be deducted from taxes.
Hopes for a speedy resumption of oil exports from Russia to Poland and Germany along the Druzhba pipeline route are fading after plans to remove dirty oil from the pipeline had a major setback last week, three trading sources said. Russia halted oil flows along the pipeline to Eastern Europe and Germany in April because of contaminated crude, leaving refiners in Europe scrambling to find supplies. Under the restart plan, Total was due to take the lion's share of the dirty oil into its Leuna refinery in Germany to dilute and process it there, sources said.
Royal Dutch Shell said that only its gas subsidiary NAM paid corporate tax in the Netherlands, where it is headquartered, in 2018. The revelation was prompted by Dutch parliamentary demands that the company attend a hearing on tax avoidance by multinational companies. "Recently there has been much speculation as to whether Shell does or doesn't pay corporate tax in the Netherlands," the company said on Tuesday.
ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC RESULT OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Royal Dutch Shell plc announces the poll results on the resolutions at its Annual General Meeting held on Tuesday May 21, 2019 at the Circustheater, ...
A group of environmental activists tried to disrupt Royal Dutch Shell's annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday, calling for this year's gathering to be the company's last. Around 20 activists from Dutch environmental action group Code Rood (Code Red) dressed in red jumpsuits held up banners with the slogan "shut down fossil power" and jeered at passing shareholders as they stood outside the energy giant's meeting in the seaside town of Scheveningen near The Hague. Shell CEO Ben van Beurden told the meeting that the company wanted to do the right thing, but the energy industry could not work alone.
Environmental activists on Tuesday demonstrated outside the Royal Dutch Shell's annual general shareholder meeting, calling for the end of the use of fossil fuel. Around 15 activists dressed in red jumpsuits ...
The indexes, however, fared better than their European peers whose chipmakers were hit as sentiment were grim in the wake of the crackdown on Huawei. Concerns about the possible escalation of the U.S.-China trade conflict hung in the air after Google suspended some business with Huawei. "Seeing as the U.S. have taken a tough stance against Huawei, traders are not hopeful that the US-China trade dispute will be resolved quickly," CMC Markets analyst David Madden.
Oil companies BP Plc and Royal Dutch Shell Plc are giving $1 million each to the Americans for Carbon Dividends advocacy campaign, underwriting its efforts to persuade Congress to enact a carbon tax-and-dividend plan. Meanwhile, dozens of corporations, including Capital One Financial Corp., software company Salesforce.com Inc., and health care giant Kaiser Permanente, will be pleading with Congress for a carbon tax.