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FT: Cash boost primes Shell for more spending

The Anglo-Dutch energy major has, like its peers, spent the last few years cutting costs as it recovered from the 2014 oil price crash. It has also sought to cut debt after its $53bn deal for BG Group in 2016. Shell, in strategy update on Tuesday, said it planned to invest $30bn per year between 2021-25, up from a prior range of $25—30bn.


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