RDSB.L - Royal Dutch Shell plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
2,332.50
-6.50 (-0.28%)
As of 9:06AM BST. Market open.
Stock chart is not supported by your current browser
Previous close2,339.00
Open2,330.50
Bid2,332.00 x 0
Ask2,333.00 x 0
Day's range2,319.00 - 2,335.00
52-week range2,227.00 - 2,725.50
Volume708,500
Avg. volume5,649,134
Market cap187.096B
Beta (3Y monthly)1.16
PE ratio (TTM)9.40
EPS (TTM)248.20
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.52 (6.50%)
Ex-dividend date2019-08-15
1y target est36.11
  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 1-Shell loads first LSFO cargo from Singapore refinery ahead of IMO

    Royal Dutch Shell has loaded the first cargo of low-sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) from its Pulau Bukom refining site in Singapore, it said on Thursday. Demand for stable low-sulphur marine fuel supplies is rising as the shipping sector prepares for the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) lowering of the cap on sulphur in marine fuels to 0.5% from 3.5% beginning in January 2020.

  • Shell loads first LSFO cargo from Singapore refinery ahead of IMO
    Reuters

    Shell loads first LSFO cargo from Singapore refinery ahead of IMO

    Royal Dutch Shell has loaded the first cargo of low-sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) from its Pulau Bukom refining site in Singapore, it said on Thursday. Demand for stable low-sulphur marine fuel supplies is rising as the shipping sector prepares for the International Maritime Organization's (IMO) lowering of the cap on sulphur in marine fuels to 0.5% from 3.5% beginning in January 2020.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    Britain launches first major auction for offshore wind leases in a decade

    Britain has launched its first major auction of offshore wind farm leases in a decade, offering sites with the combined potential to power more than six million homes. Britain is already the world's largest offshore wind market, and plans to generate a third of its electricity from the technology by 2030 as a part of efforts to reach its 2050 net zero carbon emissions target. The Crown Estate’s so-called fourth leasing round is expected to attract bids from established offshore wind developers as well as European oil majors, under pressure from shareholders to show how they plan to align their businesses with global efforts to cut emissions.

  • PR Newswire

    ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC - Transaction in Own Shares

    Transaction in Own Shares September 18, 2019 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Royal Dutch Shell plc (the ‘Company’) announces that on September 18, 2019 it purchased the following number of "A" ...

  • WeWork London Building Deals Falter Amid IPO Market Fallout
    Bloomberg

    WeWork London Building Deals Falter Amid IPO Market Fallout

    (Bloomberg) -- Deals for two major London buildings leased mostly to WeWork are on the ropes.Saudi Arabia-based Sidra Capital has pulled out of a 90 million-pound ($112 million) deal as the flexible-office giant’s planned initial public offering got an increasingly rocky reception from investors, according to people familiar with the matter, who asked not to be identified discussing private negotiations.Separately, talks have stalled on the sale of WeWork Waterloo, which the company describes as the largest co-working facility in the world, according to other people with knowledge of the negotiations. Singapore-based Bright Ruby Resources Pte Ltd. had agreed last month to buy it and an adjoining property leased to Royal Dutch Shell Plc for about 850 million pounds. It’s not clear what impact WeWork’s roller-coaster IPO has had on Bright Ruby’s appetite for the deal, the people said.We Co., which owns WeWork, pushed back its IPO this week to buy time to overcome concerns about its governance, slashed valuation and business prospects. The decision sent the company’s bonds plunging and added a sour note to a medley of high-profile, but frequently disappointing, IPOs this year. Shortly after the announcement, WeWork made a small round of job cuts in a New York City unit.Read more: WeWork’s Breakneck Growth Hits Resistance as Banks Get Cold FeetThe delay also comes at a critical time for major backer SoftBank Group Corp., which is trying to raise money for a successor to its Vision Fund. SoftBank’s biggest investors, including Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, are reconsidering how much to commit to the new vehicle as the Japanese conglomerate’s bet on WeWork sours.WeWork has lease obligations of $47 billion and continues to burn cash to fund its rapid expansion, putting pressure on the company to raise new capital. But the company’s model of signing long leases, then renting out short-term space to members, as well as its complex relationship with co-founder Adam Neumann, have polarized investors assessing the planned offering.Skate RampWeWork Waterloo, originally known as Two Southbank Place, is fully leased to WeWork and boasts a skate ramp, retro arcade games and a library in its cavernous lobby. Negotiations on a sale, which were first reported by React News in August, are ongoing and there’s no certainty about their outcome, one of the people said.Representatives of Almacantar SA, the developer selling the buildings in London’s Waterloo district, and WeWork declined to comment. A representative for Bright Ruby wasn’t immediately able to comment.Sidra Capital was in talks to buy 70 Wilson Street near London’s financial district from a venture led by Columbia Threadneedle Investments, the people said.Representatives of Sidra Capital, Columbia Threadneedle and WeWork declined to comment.(Adds background in fourth paragraph.)\--With assistance from Lucca de Paoli and Alfred Cang.To contact the reporter on this story: Jack Sidders in London at jsidders@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Shelley Robinson at ssmith118@bloomberg.net, Patrick HenryFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Investors turn heat on Big Oil ahead of U.N. climate summit

    Investors managing $15 trillion in assets turned up the heat on oil and gas sector on Wednesday ahead of a United Nations summit in New York aimed at accelerating efforts to fight climate change. Energy companies are on the front line of the global transition to a low-carbon economy, with investors potentially on the hook for hefty losses if the companies do not overhaul their business models in time.

  • Should You Care About Royal Dutch Shell plc’s (AMS:RDSA) Investment Potential?
    Simply Wall St.

    Should You Care About Royal Dutch Shell plc’s (AMS:RDSA) Investment Potential?

    Today we are going to look at Royal Dutch Shell plc (AMS:RDSA) to see whether it might be an attractive investment...

  • BP Stock: Should You Buy It Now?
    Market Realist

    BP Stock: Should You Buy It Now?

    BP (BP) stock rose 3.9% on Monday due to higher oil prices. The drone attack on Saudi Arabia’s oilfield increased WTI crude oil by about 13%.

  • Oil Declines as Saudi Output Restoration Calms Market Fears
    Bloomberg

    Oil Declines as Saudi Output Restoration Calms Market Fears

    (Bloomberg) -- Want the lowdown on European markets? In your inbox before the open, every day. Sign up here.Oil sank from a 3 1/2-month high amid signs Saudi Arabia is restoring production after a debilitating weekend attack on key installations.Futures closed 6.5% lower in London after the Saudi state oil company said it revived 41% of capacity at a key crude-processing complex just days after a devastating aerial attack that wrecked vital equipment and rocked global energy markets. The global benchmark sank to an intraday low of $63.55 a barrel.The announcement followed conflicting media reports about the pace and probable duration of Saudi Aramco’s efforts to repair the damaged Abqaiq facility. Despite the kingdom’s reassurances at a media briefing in Jeddah, crude remained almost 7% higher than the pre-attack price, a signal of the risk premium factored in by traders.The Saudis pledged to lift output capacity to 11 million barrels a day by the end of this month and grow to 12 million in November, Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said at the briefing. Customers will be getting their supplies, and the company will tap reserves if needed to fulfill commitments, he said.Oil futures swung wildly in London and New York for the past two days after the attack on the Abqaiq complex and an important oil field crippled Saudi production and prompted U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to allege Iran was behind the incident.Adding to the bearish sentiment, the industry-funded American Petroleum Institute reported a 592,000-barrel increase in stocks for the week ended September 13, in contrast with analyst expectations for a 2.25 million-barrel decline. If government data Wednesday confirms the stock increase, it would break a four-week streak of inventory declines. The API also reported an 846,000-barrel drop in stocks at Cushing, Oklahoma, and a combined 3.6 million barrel build in gasoline and distillate inventories.Brent for November delivery fell $4.87 to $64.15 a barrel on the ICE Futures Europe exchange at 5:11 p.m. in New York.West Texas Intermediate for October delivery fell $4.09 to $58.81 on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The U.S. benchmark’s discount to Brent for the same month was $5.47 a barrel.Meanwhile, U.S. President Donald Trump said he saw no reason to allow refiners to dip into the nation’s emergency reserves.“I don’t think we need to. Oil has not gone up very much,” Trump told reporters Tuesday aboard Air Force One. “There’s a lot of oil in the world.“Saudi Aramco is firing up idle offshore oil fields -- part of its cushion of spare capacity -- to replace some lost production, a person familiar with the matter said. Some customers are being asked to accept different grades of crude. The kingdom’s domestic inventories are sufficient to cover about 26 days of exports, according to consultant Rystad Energy A/S.\--With assistance from Joe Carroll.To contact the reporters on this story: David Marino in New York at dmarino4@bloomberg.net;Sheela Tobben in New York at vtobben@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: David Marino at dmarino4@bloomberg.net, Mike Jeffers, Catherine TraywickFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Oil Plunges on Report Saudis May Soon Resume 70% of Lost Output
    Bloomberg

    Oil Plunges on Report Saudis May Soon Resume 70% of Lost Output

    (Bloomberg) -- Oil plunged nearly 7% in London after Reuters reported Saudi Arabia is close to restoring 70% of the oil production it lost after this weekend’s attack on a key crude facility in the kingdom.Brent crude dropped to as low as $64.48 a barrel on the report, which cited an unidentified Saudi source saying the OPEC member would return to full production in the next two to three weeks. Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman is scheduled to hold a press briefing on Tuesday evening in Jeddah.Estimates of when, and how much, of the 5.7 million barrels a day of shut output would be back online have fluctuated since the attack. Significant volumes could come back within days, people familiar with the matter said over the weekend, adding that it could still take weeks to restore full capacity. Brent futures rose 19% in a matter of seconds at the open on Monday and ended the day up 15%, their biggest single-day advance.The worst ever sudden disruption to global oil supplies continues to reverberate as geopolitical risk premiums soar on concern over instability in the Middle East and a potential retaliation against Iran, which the U.S. has blamed for the strikes.Brent for November settlement fell $4.09 to $64.92 a barrel at 10:12 a.m. in London. Ten unmanned drones damaged one of the Saudis’ flagship fields and a key processing complex Saturday, triggering one of the wildest bouts of trading seen in oil markets.WTI for October slid $3.48 to $59.42 a barrel, after declining as much as 5.6% The U.S. benchmark’s discount to Brent for the same month narrowed to $5.54.Saudi Aramco is firing up idle offshore oil fields -- part of its cushion of spare capacity -- to replace some of the lost production, a person familiar said earlier. Customers are also being supplied using stockpiles, though some are being asked to accept different grades of crude. The kingdom has enough domestic inventories to cover about 26 days of exports, according to consultant Rystad Energy A/S.The disruption surpasses the loss of Kuwaiti and Iraqi petroleum output in August 1990, when Saddam Hussein invaded his neighbor. It also exceeds the loss of Iranian oil production in 1979 during the Islamic Revolution, according to the International Energy Agency.To contact the reporters on this story: David Marino in New York at dmarino4@bloomberg.net;Sheela Tobben in New York at vtobben@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: David Marino at dmarino4@bloomberg.net, Pratish NarayananFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 3-Trade wars, Brexit are 'profit warning', Dutch king says

    Trade wars and the threat of Brexit were acting as a "profit warning" for the Dutch economy, and the government intended to increase investments to protect its future, Dutch King Willem-Alexander told parliament on Tuesday, in an address prepared by the government. The address came as Prime Minister Mark Rutte's government released details of its 2020 budget, which featured spending increases on healthcare and housing. The government also confirmed it plans to create a national investment fund next year to take advantage of its ability to borrow at negative rates.

  • What will the Saudi attack mean for the Shell and BP share price?
    Fool.co.uk

    What will the Saudi attack mean for the Shell and BP share price?

    As oil prices spike following Saturday’s attack, will BP plc (LON: BP) and others see long term benefits?

  • Reuters - UK Focus

    JPMorgan boosts Big Oil rating, downplays pace of energy transition

    JPMorgan has upgraded its outlook for Europe's top oil and gas companies, forecasting sharp growth in shareholder returns while striking a downbeat note on the pace of a transition to low-carbon energy. JPMorgan's bullish tone comes amid calls from some investors and activists for reduced investment in oil and gas companies due to a gradual shift towards cleaner, renewable energy. The brokerage Redburn downgraded the sector earlier this month, citing increased risks from a global transition to renewables.

  • Higher Oil Prices Boost XOM, CVX, Shell, BP
    Market Realist

    Higher Oil Prices Boost XOM, CVX, Shell, BP

    Rising oil prices boosted energy stocks on September 16, as the drone attack on Saudi Aramco’s oil field propelled oil prices by about 10%.

By using Yahoo, you agree that we and our partners can use cookies for purposes such as customising content and advertising. See our Privacy Policy to learn more