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Royal Dutch Shell plc: Transaction in Own Shares

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LONDON, Oct. 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Dutch Shell plc (the 'Company') (RDS-A) (RDS-B) announces that on October 16, 2019 it purchased the following number of "A" Shares for cancellation. Aggregated information on "A" shares purchased according to trading venues:. The Company announced the fifth tranche of its share buyback programme on August 1, 2019. Any such share purchases will be effected within certain pre-set parameters, and in accordance with the Company's general authority to repurchase shares, Chapter 12 of the Listing Rules and Article 5 of the Market Abuse Regulation 596/2014/EU dealing with buy-back programmes and the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052.

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Shell worried ‘demonization’ of O&G will scare investors away » Kallanish Energy News

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Royal Dutch Shell is concerned about the effects the “demonization” of oil and gas by climate change activists could have on its investors, but it will continue investing in hydrocarbons, Reuters reported Tuesday. “Despite what a lot of activists say, it is entirely legitimate to invest in oil and gas because the world demands it,” said Shell CEO Ben van Beurden. The Anglo-Dutch supermajor has become more selective in its investments and is targeting new projects that are profitable at oil prices of $20-$30 a barrel and are low-carbon. “One of the bigger risks is not so much that we will become dinosaurs because we are still investing in oil and gas when there is no need for it anymore.

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Shell remits N720bn to NDDC in 16 years – GM

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SPDC’s General Manager, External Relations, Igo Weli, disclosed this on Tuesday at the final of 2019 SPDC-JV Environment Awareness Quiz Competition for Land Hub Community Secondary Schools in and around Port Harcourt. “SPDC, Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCo) and her partners have put in two billion U.S. dollars to NDDC, which is quite huge. Weli said that besides the remittance to NDDC the company had made huge contributions on both human and infrastructure development in its host Niger Delta communities. “People call us to say ‘my road is not good.’ But maybe their road is in the money SPDC and its Joint Venture partners paid to government or to NDDC,” he said.

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Why Royal Dutch Shell Stock Could Stand Out From Big Oil

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But Royal Dutch Shell Shell could benefit thanks to strong prices for liquefied natural gas, says a Cowen analyst.

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Royal Dutch Shell plc: Transaction in Own Shares

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LONDON, Oct. 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Dutch Shell plc (the 'Company') (RDS-A) (RDS-B) announces that on October 15, 2019 it purchased the following number of "A" Shares for cancellation. Aggregated information on "A" shares purchased according to trading venues:. The Company announced the fifth tranche of its share buyback programme on August 1, 2019. Any such share purchases will be effected within certain pre-set parameters, and in accordance with the Company's general authority to repurchase shares, Chapter 12 of the Listing Rules and Article 5 of the Market Abuse Regulation 596/2014/EU dealing with buy-back programmes and the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052.

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Exclusive: No choice but to invest in oil, Shell CEO says

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LONDON (Reuters) - Royal Dutch Shell <RDSa.L> still sees abundant opportunity to make money from oil and gas in coming decades even as investors and governments increase pressure on energy companies over climate change, its chief executive said. But in an interview with Reuters, Ben van Beurden expressed concern that some shareholders could abandon the world's second-largest listed energy company due partly to what he called the "demonisation" of oil and gas and "unjustified" worries that its business model was unsustainable. Shell, which supplies around 3% of the world's energy, set out in 2017 a plan to halve the intensity of its greenhouse emissions by the middle of the century, based in large part on building one of the world's biggest power businesses. "Despite what a lot of activists say, it is entirely legitimate to invest in oil and gas because the world demands it," van Beurden said. Oil and gas remain the backbone of profits for Shell, the largest listed company on London's main FTSE index <.FTSE>. While oil and gas account for the entirety of Shell's free cashflow today, it foresees a gradual diversification over the next two decades.

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Greenpeace activists climb Shell North Sea platform saying 'clean up you mess'

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Greenpeace activists climb Shell North Sea platform saying 'clean up you mess'. LONDON (Reuters) - Greenpeace activists boarded two Royal Dutch Shell oil platforms in the British North Sea on Monday in protest against plans to leave parts of the giant structures in place after production shuts down. Shell plans to remove all the platforms and is currently seeking approval from the British government to leave in place their bases - huge concrete and steel legs that each weigh dozens of tonnes. "The UK government cannot claim to be a global oceans champion while allowing Shell to dump thousands of tonnes of oil waste in the North Sea," Doug Parr, Greenpeace UK's chief scientist, said in a statement.

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ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC - Transaction in Own Shares

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Royal Dutch Shell plc (the ‘Company’) announces that on October 14, 2019 it purchased the following number of "A" Shares for cancellation. Aggregated information on “A” shares purchased according to trading venues:. In respect of this programme, Citigroup Global Markets Limited will make trading decisions in relation to the Company’s securities independently of the Company for a period from August 1, 2019 up to and including October 28, 2019. Any such share purchases will be effected within certain pre-set parameters, and in accordance with the Company's general authority to repurchase shares, Chapter 12 of the Listing Rules and Article 5 of the Market Abuse Regulation 596/2014/EU dealing with buy-back programmes and the Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052.

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REFILE-Greenpeace activists climb Shell North Sea platform saying "clean up your mess"

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LONDON, Oct 14 (Reuters) - Greenpeace activists boarded two Royal Dutch Shell oil platforms in the British North Sea on Monday in protest against plans to leave parts of the giant structures in place after production shuts down. Shell is in the process of dismantling the 40-year-old Brent field east of the Shetland islands, in what is known as decommissioning, as its oil and gas reserves dwindle after producing more than 500,000 barrels a day at their peak in the 1980s. Shell plans to remove all the platforms and is currently seeking approval from the British government to leave in place their bases - huge concrete and steel legs that each weigh dozens of tonnes. "The UK government cannot claim to be a global oceans champion while allowing Shell to dump thousands of tonnes of oil waste in the North Sea," Doug Parr, Greenpeace UK's chief scientist, said in a statement.

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Greenpeace activists board North Sea oil platform in Shell protest

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The climbers scaled the platforms, which are no longer operational and lie north-east of the Shetland Islands, and hung banners saying, "Shell, clean up your mess!" and "Stop Ocean Pollution", the environmental group added. He said: "Shell's plans are a scandal and go against international agreements to protect the environment. "With escalating climate emergency, biodiversity loss and species extinction, we need healthy oceans more than ever. "Abandoning thousands of tonnes of oil in ageing concrete will sooner or later pollute the sea. Shell must be stopped." Greenpeace International said that although a ban on dumping installations and platforms in the North East Atlantic Ocean was agreed in 1998 Shell has requested an exemption from the UK Government. "The company's reckless business threatens some of the world's most important ecosystems with extinction and has to be stopped. For us to have a future, toxic oil companies like Shell must have no future." But a Shell spokesman said the company had spent 10 years conducting in-depth research into decommissioning the Brent platforms and its recommendations were the result of more than 300 scientific and technical studies.

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