36.10 +0.39 (1.09%)
Pre-market: 7:46AM EDT
|Bid||36.07 x 900|
|Ask||36.33 x 800|
|Day's range||34.46 - 35.78|
|52-week range||19.19 - 67.45|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.97|
|PE ratio (TTM)||9.16|
|Forward dividend & yield||3.76 (10.53%)|
|1y target est||53.25|
Basis for Preparation - Report on Payments to Government for the year 2019 This Report provides a consolidated overview of the payments to governments made by Royal Dutch.
Royal Dutch Shell said on Tuesday its Australian unit and joint venture partners had decided to delay a final investment decision (FID) on the Crux gas project in offshore Australia that was initially planned for 2020. The Crux project is one of several globally that have been delayed in recent months following the collapse in energy prices. LNG demand had been hitting record highs until recently thanks to appetite from China and India as they diversify away from dirtier coal power generation, but the crash in oil and gas prices has caused major LNG exporters to put off gigantic new facilities or expansions of existing projects.
Transaction in Own Shares 6 April 2020 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Royal Dutch Shell plc (the ‘Company’) announces that on 6 April 2020 it purchased the following number.
As prices crashed, the supermajors resorted to one of the last tools they have before starting to potentially consider the painful idea of cutting dividends, taking on more debt
Investing.com’s Commodities Week Ahead typically looks at the prospects for oil and gold prices in the upcoming trading week. In the first of this two-part series, we examine the Trump administration's attempts to save the U.S. oil industry amid the collapse in demand for crude from the coronavirus crisis and the production-and-price war between market titans Saudi Arabia and Russia. Read part 2 here.
Last year’s oil and gas merger mania seems to have stopped in its tracks as crashing oil prices and the coronavirus crisis weighs on the industry
Russia gas giant Gazprom has run into yet another hangup in its ambitious Baltic LNG project, leaving shareholders wondering if the project will ever be completed
The world's top oil and gas companies are rushing to raise tens of billion of dollars in debt to help them weather one of the worst downturns in the sector's history while faced with high fixed costs and looming dividend payments. Royal Dutch Shell , BP , France's Total , Norway's Equinor and Austria's OMV have all tapped bond markets this week, raising more than $10 billion according to Reuters calculations. Oil prices sank 65% in the first three months of the year to lows of $22 a barrel as strict movement restrictions imposed around the world to limit the spread of the coronavirus led to a collapse in demand for transportation fuels, while a fight for market share between top producers Saudi Arabia and Russia accelerated price falls.
The Samuel family, founder of the UK side of what became Royal Dutch Shell, was extremely literal. Shell Transport and Trading was so-called because it transported and traded shells. A pivot to oil happened after operations passed from curio shopkeeper Marcus Samuel to his sons, the unimaginatively named Marcus Samuel and Samuel Samuel.
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As the world fights a pandemic, top energy companies will have to reassess their payout strategies, either by slowing down share buybacks or reintroducing non-cash dividends.
Royal Dutch Shell has secured a new $12bn credit facility as it seeks to safeguard dividends amid “significant uncertainty” spurred by the coronavirus pandemic. Shares in Shell, which is one of the world’s biggest dividend payers, have plunged 40 per cent over the same period.
Royal Dutch Shell slowed refining output and will write down up to $800 million (649.46 million pounds) in the first quarter of 2020 after a dramatic drop in oil demand due to the coronavirus. In an update ahead of first-quarter results, Shell said it expects "significant uncertainty" over oil and gas prices and demand as a result of falling consumption. With the global lockdown of 3 billion people - roughly 40% of the world's population - demand for fuel has been in free fall, forcing Shell to lower its refining output by around 13%.
This is an update to the first quarter 2020 outlook provided in the fourth quarter results announcement on January 30, 2020. The impacts presented here may vary from the actual results and are subject to finalisation of the first quarter 2020 results.