RDSA.L - Royal Dutch Shell plc

LSE - LSE Delayed Price. Currency in GBp
2,716.00
-14.00 (-0.51%)
At close: 4:37PM BST
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Previous Close2,730.00
Open2,725.50
Bid2,635.00 x 216300
Ask2,740.00 x 249300
Day's Range2,706.00 - 2,725.50
52 Week Range2,017.00 - 2,725.50
Volume6,816,713
Avg. Volume5,819,271
Market Cap244.68B
Beta1.34
PE Ratio (TTM)1,741.03
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.36 (5.36%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-02-15
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters11 minutes ago

    Don't neglect to pay the middleman: How Shell and Eni ended up on trial

    Seven years ago, two middlemen launched civil lawsuits to seek payment for helping arrange a $1.3 billion oil deal in Nigeria. Now, nine current and former executives or contractors from Italy's Eni and British-Dutch giant Royal Dutch Shell, including ENI Chief Executive Claudio Descalzi, have been accused by Italian prosecutors of paying bribes to secure the licence to explore a large offshore oilfield in 2011. All deny wrongdoing, as do Shell and Eni.

  • Don't neglect to pay the middleman: How Shell and Eni ended up on trial
    Reuters6 hours ago

    Don't neglect to pay the middleman: How Shell and Eni ended up on trial

    Seven years ago, two middlemen launched civil lawsuits to seek payment for helping arrange a $1.3 billion oil deal in Nigeria. Now, nine current and former executives or contractors from Italy's Eni(ENI.MI) and British-Dutch giant Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L), including ENI Chief Executive Claudio Descalzi, have been accused by Italian prosecutors of paying bribes to secure the license to explore a large offshore oilfield in 2011. All deny wrongdoing, as do Shell and Eni.

  • Chevron Seeks Collaboration to Spur Australian LNG Boom
    Zacks2 days ago

    Chevron Seeks Collaboration to Spur Australian LNG Boom

    Chevron (CVX) is considering to team up with Woodside Petroleum and Shell to develop Australia's offshore oil and gas resources.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    UK's top Qatari LNG importer seeks to broaden supply as cargoes slump

    Britain's busiest liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal, South Hook, is seeking to broaden its sources of supply as robust Asian demand diverts cargoes from Qatar - the world's biggest exporter and the terminal's majority shareholder. Volumes to the terminal, in which Qatar Petroleum owns a controlling stake, have halved so far this year from a year ago to 1.2 million cubic metres (mcm) and amount to just 15 percent of 2016 volumes for the same period. South Hook, in Wales, has been seeking to broaden the specification of its gas since January, a proposal that was approved late on Thursday by the Joint Office of Gas Transporters (JOGT), which administers the rules for transporting gas in Britain.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    UK's top Qatari LNG importer seeks to broaden supply as cargoes slump

    Britain's busiest liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal, South Hook, is seeking to broaden its sources of supply as robust Asian demand diverts cargoes from Qatar - the world's biggest exporter and the terminal's majority shareholder. Volumes to the terminal, in which Qatar Petroleum owns a controlling stake, have halved so far this year from a year ago to 1.2 million cubic metres (mcm) and amount to just 15 percent of 2016 volumes for the same period. South Hook, in Wales, has been seeking to broaden the specification of its gas since January, a proposal that was approved late on Thursday by the Joint Office of Gas Transporters (JOGT), which administers the rules for transporting gas in Britain.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Oil & gas industry needs to do more on climate change - investors

    Sixty global investors on Friday called on the oil and gas industry to do more to tackle climate change, ratcheting up pressure on company boards ahead of several high profile annual shareholder meetings. Companies needed to be more transparent about how they plan to change their operations as part of the global shift to a low-carbon economy, necessary to meet the terms of the 2015 Paris climate agreement to keep global warming below 2 degrees. "As long-term investors, representing more than $10.4 trillion in assets, the case for action on climate change is clear," the investors said in an open letter published in the Financial Times newspaper.

  • Financial Times3 days ago

    [$$] Oil and gas groups urged to step up climate change efforts

    and 58 other big investors have demanded oil and gas companies intensify their efforts on climate change, in the clearest sign yet that asset managers and pension funds are increasingly concerned about the financial impact of global warming. , the investors, which oversee almost $10.5tn in assets, call for the oil and gas industry to be “more transparent and take responsibility for all of its emissions”. The letter comes ahead of a controversial vote at Royal Dutch Shell’s annual meeting next Tuesday.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Russia-Germany gas pipeline raises intelligence concerns - U.S. official

    The planned Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from Russia to Germany raises U.S. intelligence and military concerns since it would allow Moscow to place new listening and monitoring technology in the Baltic Sea, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday. Sandra Oudkirk, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Diplomacy, said in Berlin she would meet German officials to voice Washington's concerns about the subsea project.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 days ago

    [$$] Oil Companies Look to Profit at the Pump

    Major oil companies are doubling down on gas stations, refineries and processing plants, betting on a once-unloved part of the energy business to shore up profits and expand their customer bases. Exxon Mobil Corp. is investing heavily to expand its petrochemical operations, which make products like plastics and the basic ingredients for all sorts of household goods. In November, Royal Dutch Shell PLC started work on a massive petrochemical complex in Pennsylvania—its first big new plant in the U.S. since the 1960s.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Russia-Germany gas pipeline raises intelligence concerns - U.S. official

    The planned Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline from Russia to Germany raises U.S. intelligence and military concerns since it would allow Moscow to place new listening and monitoring technology in the Baltic Sea, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday. Sandra Oudkirk, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Energy Diplomacy, said in Berlin that she would meet German officials to voice Washington's concerns about the subsea project. A consortium of western companies and Russia's Gazprom (GAZP.MM) said this week it was starting preparatory work on the project off Germany's Baltic coast.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Malaysia's Kimanis crude supplies to rise in July - traders

    SINGAPORE, May 16 (Reuters) - * Malaysia will export 12 cargoes of the Kimanis grade of crude oil in July, up two cargoes from the previous month, trade sources said on Wednesday * Malaysia's Petronas ...

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Malaysia's Kimanis crude supplies to rise in July - traders

    * Malaysia will export 12 cargoes of the Kimanis grade of crude oil in July, up two cargoes from the previous month, trade sources said on Wednesday * Malaysia's Petronas will be allocated four cargoes, ...

  • Oil & Gas Stock Roundup: Occidental, Cheniere & Petrobras' Earnings Impress
    Zacks4 days ago

    Oil & Gas Stock Roundup: Occidental, Cheniere & Petrobras' Earnings Impress

    The past few days witnessed strong earnings reports from some of the most watched energy companies including Occidental Petroleum (OXY), Cheniere Energy (LNG) and Petrobras (PBR).

  • TOTAL (TOT) Signs Agreement to Expand Operation in Oman
    Zacks5 days ago

    TOTAL (TOT) Signs Agreement to Expand Operation in Oman

    TOTAL (TOT) continues to expand in Middle East through a new agreement signed with the government of Oman.

  • For Big Oil, reserve size matters less than ever
    Reuters5 days ago

    For Big Oil, reserve size matters less than ever

    A decade ago, the news that the world's top oil and gas companies had less than 12 years of production left in their reserves might have caused a panicked sell-off in their shares. This is leading to a profound shift in company strategies. "The quality of reserves and the commercial viability of reserves has eclipsed the quantity of reserves by far in recent years," said Adi Karev, Global Leader for Oil and Gas at EY.

  • For Big Oil, reserve size matters less than ever
    Reuters5 days ago

    For Big Oil, reserve size matters less than ever

    A decade ago, the news that the world's top oil and gas companies had less than 12 years of production left in their reserves might have caused a panicked sell-off in their shares. This is leading to a profound shift in company strategies. "The quality of reserves and the commercial viability of reserves has eclipsed the quantity of reserves by far in recent years," said Adi Karev, Global Leader for Oil and Gas at EY.

  • 3 Top Energy Stocks to Buy in May
    Motley Fool5 days ago

    3 Top Energy Stocks to Buy in May

    One of big oil's biggest, a niche U.S. supplier, and a leader in global renewables make the cut this month.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    LNG Canada committed to starting construction on project in 2018 -CEO

    The chief executive of the LNG Canada project on British Columbia northern coast said on Tuesday that the company was committed to starting construction on the C$40 billion liquefied natural gas export ...

  • Reuters6 days ago

    European shares buoyed by oil stocks

    By Danilo Masoni and Helen Reid MILAN (Reuters) - European shares inched up on Tuesday after a choppy session as higher Brent crude prices lifted oil stocks to their highest level since September 2014, ...

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Exclusive - As Venezuelans suffer, Maduro buys foreign oil to subsidise Cuba

    Venezuela's state-run oil firm PDVSA has bought nearly $440 million worth of foreign crude and shipped it directly to Cuba on friendly credit terms - and often at a loss, according to internal company documents reviewed by Reuters. Venezuela made the discounted deliveries, which have not been previously reported, despite its dire need for foreign currency to bolster its collapsing economy and to import food and medicine amid widespread shortages. The open-market oil purchases to subsidise one of Venezuela's few remaining allies underscores its increasing global isolation and the disintegration of its energy sector under socialist President Nicolas Maduro.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - May 15

    The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - To alleviate trade tensions, President Donald Trump ...

  • Forbes7 days ago

    The Market Bulls Are Buying The Dip

    What I see is a massive recovery in the stock market of weak economy countries like the U.K. and France, and a strong but stilted one in the strong ones: the U.S. and Germany. This all seems to be pivoting around the Fed’s reverse QE. The market bulls seem to have gotten over their jitters and think it’s business as usual.

  • Reuters7 days ago

    Shell, Eni trial on Nigeria corruption re-adjourned to June

    The trial of top executives from oil majors Eni (ENI.MI) and Shell (RDSa.L) over alleged corruption in Nigeria kicked off on Monday with a brief procedural hearing and a decision to re-adjourn next month. At the next hearing, set for June 20, the Milan court said it would assess requests from third parties, including a series of international non-profit organisations, to join the case. At Monday's hearing Domenico Cartoni Schittar, a lawyer representing the Nigerian government, said he was stepping down from his role.

  • Shell, Eni trial on Nigeria corruption re-adjourned to June
    Reuters7 days ago

    Shell, Eni trial on Nigeria corruption re-adjourned to June

    The trial of top executives from oil majors Eni (ENI.MI) and Shell (RDSa.L) over alleged corruption in Nigeria kicked off on Monday with a brief procedural hearing and a decision to re-adjourn next month. At the next hearing, set for June 20, the Milan court said it would assess requests from third parties, including a series of international non-profit organizations, to join the case. At Monday's hearing Domenico Cartoni Schittar, a lawyer representing the Nigerian government, said he was stepping down from his role.

  • Where Royal Dutch Shell plc (AMS:RDSA) Stands In Terms Of Earnings Growth Against Its Industry
    Simply Wall St.7 days ago

    Where Royal Dutch Shell plc (AMS:RDSA) Stands In Terms Of Earnings Growth Against Its Industry

    When Royal Dutch Shell plc’s (ENXTAM:RDSA) announced its latest earnings (31 March 2018), I wanted to understand how these figures stacked up against its past performance. The two benchmarks IRead More...