|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||42.08 - 42.35|
|52 Week Range||36.28 - 47.83|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.09|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.46 (5.88%)|
|1y Target Est||48.95|
Shell Strengthened Last Year: Where’s It Headed?(Continued from Prior Part)Shell’s cash flowLast year, Royal Dutch Shell’s (RDS.A) cash flow from operations rose 48% to $53.0 billion. The company’s cash outflow from investing and financing
Shell Strengthened Last Year: Where’s It Headed?(Continued from Prior Part)Shell’s debt compared with peers’ Royal Dutch Shell’s (RDS.A) net debt-to-adjusted EBITDA ratio was 1.0x in the fourth quarter, below the worldwide industry average
Integrated Energy Stocks on the Rise in Q1 as Oil Prices Surge(Continued from Prior Part)Integrated energy stocks’ valuation Previously, we reviewed the changes in integrated energy stocks’ short interest. In this part, we’ll compare forward
As part of the scenario, renewable energy production is projected to grow at a rate of 7.1% a year, with its share in primary energy increasing to 15% by 2040, compared with just 4% today. Natural gas would grow by 1.7% a year, surpassing coal as the world’s second largest source of global energy and rivaling oil for the top spot by the end of the outlook period.
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Renewable energy will be the fastest-growing source of energy in the world through 2040, penetrating the energy system “more quickly than any fuel in history” to become the largest source of power by 2040
Shell Strengthened Last Year: Where’s It Headed?Shell’s growing upstream portfolioRoyal Dutch Shell’s (RDS.A) upstream portfolio comprises deepwater, integrated gas, conventional oil and gas, and shale assets. In these categories, Shell’s
BP forecasts that the world's energy demand will grow by a third through 2040. Most of that new energy — as much as 85 percent — will come from burning natural gas and drawing on renewable power. In a not-too-distant future, renewable energy becomes the world's biggest source of power generation.
Global demand for renewable power will soar at an unprecedented pace over the coming decades, BP said in a benchmark report on Thursday, while China's energy growth is seen sharply decelerating as its economic expansion slows. China's energy demand rose by 5.9 percent over the past 20 years, but is set to grow by only 1 percent by 2040 as its economy shifts from energy-intensive industries to services and as Beijing introduces stricter rules on air pollution. BP revised down its forecast of China's energy demand by 7 percent from last year's report, "reflecting the pace at which China is adjusting to a more sustainable pattern of economic growth".
Integrated Energy Stocks on the Rise in Q1 as Oil Prices Surge(Continued from Prior Part)Institutional ownership in integrated energy stocksNow we’ll review the changes in institutional ownership in Chevron (CVX), ExxonMobil (XOM), BP (BP), and
Integrated Energy Stocks on the Rise in Q1 as Oil Prices Surge(Continued from Prior Part)Dividend payments in the first quarter Chevron (CVX), ExxonMobil (XOM), Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A), and BP (BP) have paid dividends consistently in the past few
Global oil demand will prove resilient over the next two decades even if ambitious targets set in the Paris climate change accord are met and the adoption of renewable energy is “off the charts”, according to BP’s annual energy outlook. In a “rapid transition” to a lower-carbon world, demand for crude would only drop 20 per cent by 2040 even with the most efficient use of energy by industry and buildings, increased electrification of transport and radical policies to clean up the power sector. The question of how quickly the use of fossil fuels will be eclipsed by renewable energy has become a pressing issue for the oil industry, investors and major petro-states such as Saudi Arabia.
often touts the ongoing roll-off of the multibillion-dollar bills that it's been facing in recent years related to its massive 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, but a look at the numbers shows that BP is still one of the most highly levered companies in Big Oil.
Integrated Energy Stocks on the Rise in Q1 as Oil Prices Surge(Continued from Prior Part)Implied volatilities in integrated energy stocks Implied volatilities in integrated energy stocks have declined in the first quarter. The fall in implied
Integrated Energy Stocks on the Rise in Q1 as Oil Prices Surge(Continued from Prior Part)Integrated energy stocks rise in the first quarter In the first quarter so far, integrated energy stocks ExxonMobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX), Royal Dutch Shell
Integrated Energy Stocks on the Rise in Q1 as Oil Prices SurgePerformance of integrated energy stocks In the first quarter to date, BP (BP) stock has risen by 9.4%, the most among peers Chevron (CVX), ExxonMobil (XOM), and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A).
Royal Dutch Shell and Total boast solid balance sheets, high free-cash-flow generation, top-quartile production growth and attractive valuations.
The move comes about a month after London-listed oil and gas major BP discovered further oil prospects in the Gulf of Mexico, including additional oil in the Atlantis field. BHP said it had also approved $256 million in funding for additional drilling and study at its 60 percent-held Trion field in Mexico.
Saudi Aramco plans to explore for oil and gas globally, adding to challenges for the likes of Chevron, Exxon Mobil, BP and Royal Dutch Shell.
An anti-fracking activist wants Colorado voters to okay a severalfold increase in the state’s main tax on oil and gas production, raising an estimated $703.9 million in annual state revenue. Lafayeytte resident Andrew O’Connor aims to qualify the initiative for the November ballot statewide. It’s his third attempt in recent years to get a vote on hiking Colorado’s severance tax rate on oil and gas well income, and to earmark much of the money to fund full-day kindergarten statewide and pay for treating health impacts of nearby oil and gas operations.
Europe's second-highest court will rule on Thursday whether a Belgian tax break which benefited some 35 large companies is illegal state aid, a judgment which could provide clues to other tax cases involving Apple, Starbucks and Fiat Chrysler. As part of its crackdown on tax avoidance, the European Commission three years ago ordered Belgium to recover some 700 million euros ($790 million) from the group, saying the companies' "excess profit" tax plan gave them an unfair advantage vis-a-vis smaller firms. The scheme allowed the companies to claim deductions for economies of scale, reducing their corporate tax base by 50-90 percent.
A flurry of intensifying risks could trigger an energy market "crunch" over the coming months, according to the chief executive of BP.