|Bid||1,271.20 x 0|
|Ask||1,271.60 x 0|
|Day's range||1,258.00 - 1,275.60|
|52-week range||8.89 - 2,647.00|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.91|
|PE ratio (TTM)||10.40|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.52 (4.27%)|
|Ex-dividend date||14 May 2020|
|1y target est||36.11|
China's refiners have purchased a quarter of Russia's Urals oil exports planned for June in the Baltic despite record high premiums for the grade due to a lack of sour barrels as result of the OPEC+ output cuts, traders said and shipping data showed. Rising demand for Russian barrels will likely make oil firms more reluctant to extend the record oil cuts in tandem with OPEC+ for a prolonged period of time. Russia has to decide shortly as OPEC+ countries may meet this week.
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National Fuel Gas' (NFG) strong presence in the Appalachian region and decision to acquire Shell's assets make it an excellent stock to retain in your portfolio amid the present scenario.
ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC Notice of Results The Hague, May 28th 2020 - On Thursday July 30th 2020 at 07:00 BST (08:00 CEST and 02:00 EDT) Royal Dutch Shell plc will release its.
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Norway's Equinor ASA, Brazil's Dommo Energia SA and Anglo-French firm Perenco are among at least six oil producers that have registered coronavirus cases among employees or contractors at facilities off the coast of Brazil, according to industry and regulatory sources. Royal Dutch Shell PLC and Brazil's Enauta Participacoes SA have registered one case each. Hundreds of cases have been recorded at oilfields operated by state-run Petrobras.
Norway's Equinor ASA <EQNR.OL>, Brazil's Dommo Energia SA <DMMO3.SA> and Anglo-French firm Perenco are among at least six oil producers that have registered coronavirus cases among employees or contractors at facilities off the coast of Brazil, according to industry and regulatory sources. Royal Dutch Shell PLC <RDSa.L> and Brazil's Enauta Participacoes SA <ENAT3.SA> have registered one case each.
An English court threw out a $1.1 billion case Nigeria had brought against Royal Dutch Shell and Eni related to a dispute over the OPL 245 oilfield, a court document showed on Friday, while a related trial in Italy continues. The Nigerian government filed the case in 2018 at a commercial court in London alleging payments made by the companies to get the oilfield licence in 2011 were used for kickbacks and bribes. Justice Butcher said in his ruling seen by Reuters that the High Court "must decline jurisdiction over the action against" Shell and the other defendants.
Spain's Repsol <REP.MC> has pulled out of a planned joint venture to develop two Arctic oil blocks with Russia's Gazprom Neft <SIBN.MM> and Royal Dutch Shell <RDSa.L>, a spokesman at Repsol said on Friday. Gazprom Neft, the oil arm of Russian gas giant Gazprom <GAZP.MM>, Repsol and Shell signed a memorandum of understanding last June on establishing a joint venture to develop the Leskinsky and Pukhutsyayakhsky blocks on the Gydan Peninsula in northern Siberia.
Tanzania has seen some successful exploration results in recent years, but has failed to take advantage of it as a result of budding bureaucracy
Royal Dutch Shell <RDSa.L> has begun drilling the Saturn block in the Santos pre-salt basin, the company's Brazil chief said on Thursday, adding that Brazil faces hurdles to remain attractive in a low-price environment. Brazil's No. 2 oil producer after state-run Petroleo Brasileiro <PETR4.SA>, Shell is the operator of block with a 45% stake, along with Chevron <CVX.N>, also at 45%, and Ecopetrol, with 10%. Araujo stressed that the global oil industry scenario is challenging and that Brazil faces regulatory challenges to remain attractive, with a new level of prices ahead.
The coronavirus pandemic has indelibly impacted the global energy sector. Although the demand for oil has noticeably dropped and prices have plunged, the pace of shift to renewable energy from fossil fuel is still uncertain.
Royal Dutch Shell evacuated some 60 foreign staff from Iraq's Basra Gas Company as a security measure following a protest over delayed pay, company officials said on Thursday, adding production was unaffected. The staff were flown out of the country on Wednesday after workers protested at the headquarters of Basra Gas Company (BGC), a venture between state-owned South Gas Company, Shell and Mitsubishi, to demand payment of their delayed salaries, officials said. "Shell confirms that as result of a security breach at the accommodation camp of Basra Gas Company, we have temporarily relocated Shell secondees," Shell said in emailed comments.
The United States Oil Fund, the biggest oil exchange-traded fund in the world, said on Thursday that RBC Capital Markets had stopped it from buying any more oil futures, in a step that could force USO to scale back or adjust its operations. Meanwhile Royal Dutch Shell said it would no longer act as a dealer for WisdomTree — a move that pushed the fund manager to shut eight crude oil-based products as well as a carbon price tracker that have combined assets of about $550m. In March a drop in oil prices to the lowest level in almost two decades lured in a rush of amateur investors expecting to see a rebound, but a fresh plunge in prices the following month left many of them nursing losses.
Probably the most significant piece of recent news from either company is Shell's late-April announcement that it was cutting its dividend by two-thirds, down to just $0.32/ADR share. This surprise move, the company's first dividend cut since World War II, took Shell from being the highest yielder among the five oil majors to the lowest.
Dozens of demonstrators chanting "Shell must fall" gathered on Tuesday outside the oil giant's headquarters in the Netherlands, where a virtual annual shareholders' meeting was underway. Roughly 30 activists from environmental groups Greenpeace, Extinction Rebellion and Code Red sang and danced in protest at the Hague offices of Royal Dutch Shell. During the shareholders' meeting, some large investors were expected to press the company for more concrete action to reduce its environmental footprint and meet the Paris climate goals.
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Royal Dutch Shell's historic 66% dividend cut has paved the way for its British rival, BP (NYSE: BP), to secure the crown as the oil major with the highest dividend yield. BP management recently reaffirmed their decision to keep the quarterly dividend unchanged as of Q1 2020, meaning BP's dividend yield stands at a whopping 11.3% as of this writing.
Europe's top oil and gas companies have diverted a larger share of their cash to green energy projects since the coronavirus outbreak in a bet the global health crisis will leave a long-term dent in fossil fuel demand, according to a Reuters review of company statements and interviews with executives. The plans of companies like BP <BP.L>, Royal Dutch Shell <RDSa.L> and Total <TOTF.PA> are in step with the European Union's efforts to transition to a lower-carbon economy and away from a century-old reliance on oil, and reflect the region's widening rift with the United States where both the government and the top drillers are largely staying committed to oil and gas. Global oil majors have all cut capital spending sharply as worldwide stay-at-home orders triggered by the coronavirus outbreak slammed fuel demand and sent oil prices to record lows.