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Transaction in Own Shares June 02, 2023 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Shell plc (the 'Company') announces that on 02 June 2023 it purchased the following number of Shares for cancellation. Aggregated information on Shares purchased according to trading venue: Date of PurchaseNumber of Shares purchasedHighest price paidLowest price paidVolume weighted average price paid per shareVenueCurrency02/06/2023531,424£ 22.9300£ 22.6300£ 22.8194LSEGBP02/06/2023----Chi-X (CXE)GBP02/06/2023----BATS (BXE)GB
Total Voting Rights In conformity with the Disclosure Guidance and Transparency Rules, we hereby notify the market of the following: Shell plc's capital as at May 31, 2023, consists of 6,792,047,866 ordinary shares of €0.07 each. Shell plc holds no shares in Treasury. The figure 6,792,047,866 may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculation by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, Shell plc under the FCA's
Shell's (SHEL) subsidiary, Shell Namibia, extends its contract with offshore drilling contractor Northern Ocean, for its Namibia operations.
Shell International Finance B.V. and Shell plc 26 May 2023 Publication of Prospectus Supplement The following documents (the “Documents”) are available for viewing: Prospectus Supplement dated 23 May 2023 Shell plc unaudited consolidated interim financial report as at and for the three month period ended 31 March 2023 Shell International Finance B.V.’s Annual Report for the year ended 31 December 2022 The Documents must be read in conjunction with the Information Memorandum dated 26 September 20
Shell (SHEL) agrees to pay around $10 million penalty for numerous air permit violations at its petrochemical facility in Beaver County, PA.
Shell has agreed to pay for breaching emissions limits at a plant in Pennsylvania—but not to stop polluting altogether.
Shell has agreed to pay $10 million to resolve allegations that it polluted the air around its massive new petrochemical refinery in western Pennsylvania, the administration of Gov. Josh Shapiro announced Wednesday. Shell acknowledged that the plant, located along the Ohio River about 30 miles (48 kilometers) outside of Pittsburgh, violated air emissions limits, officials said. Shell said it has made repairs and planned to restart the plant on Wednesday.
Shell's (SHEL) AGM gets disrupted by climate activist group Follow This, in an effort to limit the production of fossil fuels. Shareholders, however, back the board.
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SHELL PLC RESULT OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Shell plc announces the poll results on the resolutions at its Annual General Meeting held on Tuesday May 23, 2023 at ExCel London, 1 Western Gateway, Royal Victoria Dock, London, E16 1XL. Resolutions 1-25 were carried and resolution 26 (Shareholder resolution) was not carried. In accordance with the Listing Rules, a copy of all resolutions other than resolutions concerning ordinary business at the Annual General Meeting, will be submitted to the Nation
Shell suffered a shareholder revolt against its energy transition strategy for the second year in a row as its annual meeting was disrupted by climate activists. Twenty per cent of shareholders voted against Shell’s transition strategy and its progress in the past 12 months — the same proportion as last year — after the annual meeting opened to a cascade of protests. Within 10 seconds of chair Andrew Mackenzie beginning his introductory remarks, he was interrupted by the first protester who was removed from the east London venue only for another activist to continue the protest.
Climate change protesters were dragged away as they tried to storm the stage at Shell’s shareholder meeting Tuesday, while activist investors added pressure with a resolution demanding the global oil and gas giant beef up its emissions strategy. Shell Chairman Andrew Mackenzie could not start the meeting for more than an hour as dozens of protesters stood up, chanting and singing “Shut down Shell" and “Go to hell, Shell.” The activists, including members of Greenpeace and Extinction Rebellion, say Shell and other fossil fuel firms are making record profits at the cost of the environment.
Shell is facing an investor rebellion over claims the energy giant is scaling back plans to meet its net zero targets.
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Shell is putting residents' health at risk by persistently violating air quality standards at its massive new petrochemical refinery in western Pennsylvania, an environmental group alleged in a lawsuit Thursday. A federal lawsuit filed by the Clean Air Council alleges that operator Shell Chemical Appalachia LLC — a subsidiary of British oil and gas giant Shell plc — is violating state and federal limits on smog, as well as emissions limits in its state-approved operating plan. Clean Air Council members who live near the plant are “concerned about the impact of the plant’s illegal pollution on their health and the health of their families,” the suit said, noting that smog can worsen respiratory conditions such as bronchitis and asthma.
The bumper first-quarter profits published by Shell last week will upset environmental campaigners and many householders alike, especially those who are finding it hard to pay their bills or keep their car topped up.
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The oil and gas industry in Europe is at a crossroads.
Shell and BP continued to make bumper profits in the first quarter of the year. As well as producing fuels, Shell and BP are the biggest energy traders in the world. In 2022, Shell and BP’s trading and optimization activities contributed 20% and 14% of group earnings, respectively, according to Bernstein estimates.
Shell shareholders should vote against a climate activist resolution seeking faster emissions cuts, proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) said on Saturday, while acknowledging the merits of the proposal. Shell investors will vote at an annual general meeting on May 23 on a resolution filed by the Follow This activist shareholder group which asks the energy giant to align with the 2015 Paris climate deal.
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Higher taxes under a Labour government would risk throttling investment in green energy infrastructure, the boss of Shell has warned.
Global energy giant Shell said Thursday that it earned nearly $10 billion in the first quarter, becoming the latest fossil fuel company to post strong financial results despite sliding oil and natural gas prices. London-based Shell Plc reported adjusted earnings of $9.6 billion in the first three months of 2023, up 5.7% from a year ago. The company said it faced headwinds from higher taxes and lower prices for selling oil and natural gas, as energy prices have eased after spiking following Russia's invasion of Ukraine last year.
Investors are considering the impact of the latest interest rates hikes from the US and Europe.
First-quarter earnings at Shell were $9.7 billion, slightly lower than the fourth quarter, but substantially higher than analysts' estimates of $8 billion.