Tempering some of oil’s losses Thursday was news that rebel attacks in Nigeria this week shut 40,000 barrels per day of output by Royal Dutch Shell adding to a string of bombings that has disrupted the OPEC nation’s production.
Posts from ‘July, 2008’
“We hope that we can sign something before not too long, but I admit that I have said that three weeks ago, and in the meantime we haven’t signed anything,” Chief Executive Jeroen van der Veer told reporters on a conference call on Thursday.
Royal Dutch Shell found BP too much of a tough act to follow on Thursday, after failing to match its rival with a solid, but uninspiring set of quarterly results.
Jeroen van der Veer, Shell chief executive, reiterated comments made earlier this year that the oil major would make significant investments to grow the group, and to ensure that energy markets remained well supplied.
BRIEF-Shell CEO less sure speculation causing volatile oil Thu Jul 31, 2008 5:26am EDT July 31 (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell Plc Shell CEO says less sure that speculation is to blame for oil price volatility after study (Reporting by Alex Lawler) MORE ENERGY BP CEO meets TNK-BP shareholder Fridman-sources Neste Oil diesel line down […]
Shell: record 2Q net profit of $11.6 billion The Associated Press Published: July 31, 2008 AMSTERDAM, Netherlands: Royal Dutch Shell PLC has booked a record net profit of US$11.6 billion in the second quarter, up 33 percent from the same period a year ago, thanks to high oil prices and the weak dollar. The year ago figure […]
July 31 (Bloomberg) — Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Europe’s biggest oil company, said second-quarter profit climbed 33 percent, boosted by record crude prices and higher natural gas.
Shell Q2 profits up 5 pct on high oil prices: net income to $7.9 billion on the back of high oil prices
Shell Q2 profits up 5 pct on high oil prices Thu Jul 31, 2008 7:15am BST LONDON, July 31 (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDSa.L: Quote,Profile, Research) reported a 5 percent rise in second-quarter current cost of supply (CCS) net income to $7.9 billion on the back of high oil prices. The world’s second-largest non-government […]
“The market is panicking and foreign investors are pulling out of equities,” said Michael Ganske, a Russia expert at Commerzbank. “People fear that the rule of law is breaking down…
The board of BP’s Russian oil joint venture, TNK-BP, will review the operation’s capital spending plans, one of the key points of dispute in the bitter power struggle between the UK company and its billionaire partners.
The Times July 31, 2008 In the know: Hikma Pharmaceuticals, CSR, Royal Dutch Shell Bet of the day Royal Dutch Shell reports second-quarter earnings this morning. This week BP, its great rival, reported better than expected profits buoyed by record oil prices. How will Shells numbers compare? Odds of 2-1 are being offered by www.BetsForTraders.com […]
Shell Oil Co’s 165,000 barrel per day San Francisco Bay-area refinery in Martinez, California, shut an alkylation unit on Monday for unplanned work, sources familiar with refinery operations said on Wednesday.
Shell employees in Africa protest against being sold by Shell By John Donovan 29 July 2008 Shell has confirmed the sale of its downstream businesses in Ethiopia, Sudan and Djibouti to Oil Libya. Completion of the transfer is expected before the end of 2008. Until then, Shell continues to manage the business. Details were confirmed […]
BP PLC will use “all legal means” at its disposal to fight its partners in TNK-BP Ltd., the U.K.-based company’s chief executive said Tuesday, ratcheting up the tension in a dispute for control of the Anglo-Russian joint venture.
Royal Dutch Shell PLC said it won’t be able to meet a significant chunk of its Nigerian oil-export obligations with customers for the next two months after militant attacks on its facilities early Monday.
Colin Smith, analyst at Dresdner Kleinwort, said BP had a superior short-term growth outlook than Shell.