Royal Dutch Shell plc

+$0.42 (+1.6%)
Closing price September 24, 2020
Credit analysts at Moody's Investors Service see a bumpy road ahead for the oil and gas industry. Every sector, from exploration and production, midstream, refining and oilfield services faces...
Oil and gas supermajors Exxon Mobil and Chevron report second-quarter results Friday morning. Low prices for both oil and natural gas is expected to hit results hard.
Oil and gas giant Shell reported second-quarter results Thursday that included a $22.3 billion noncash, pr-tax impairment charge on the value of its assets.
With the stock market way overbought, and many investors looking for value ideas, beaten-down energy giants may be an outstanding idea now. Investors that can see past the current environment could...
Netherlands-based Royal Dutch Shell revised its second-quarter outlook and now expects to take noncash, pretax impairment charges in the quarter totaling $20 billion to $27 billion.
The energy sector will remain volatile, but scale buying shares now and being patient could bring some very solid gains for investors over the rest of 2020.
U.S. oil majors Exxon Mobil and Chevron report first-quarter results Friday morning that will be far below initial expectations. Both, however, will pay their regular dividend for both the first and...
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The energy sector dropped more than 4.5% Monday to continue its slide since the beginning of the year.
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BP on Wednesday announced plans to become a net zero emitter of carbon dioxide by 2050. Details won't be announced until September.
Norway's state-controlled oil giant, Equinor, announced Thursday that it plans to cut its carbon intensity by 50% over the next 30 years. Success depends on lowering the company's dependence on oil...
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