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Shell and BP: Time to Jump Ship to the Land of Oil Lovers?

Posted by John Donovan: 19 April 2024

Well, well, well, look who’s feeling the heat across the pond! It seems like Europe’s giving our dear oil giants, Shell and BP, a real headache with all that pesky climate policy and regulatory drama.

But fear not, fellow capitalists! The good ol’ U.S. of A. is rolling out the red carpet, ready to embrace these struggling energy giants with open arms. That’s right, Houston’s calling, and it’s saying, “Come on over, we’ve got plenty of love for oil and gas.”

You see, while Europe’s been busy wagging its finger at Shell and BP, Uncle Sam’s been giving them a big ol’ bear hug. Just look at the numbers! ExxonMobil and Chevron are living their best lives, basking in the glory of soaring share prices and juicy trading multiples. Meanwhile, poor old Shell and BP are left in the dust, struggling to keep up with the American dream.

And let’s not forget the talent pool! Houston and Denver are teeming with eager young minds ready to dive headfirst into the oil and gas industry. Sorry, London and Paris, but your workforce just can’t compete with the Texas twang and Rocky Mountain grit.

Sure, there might be a few naysayers back in Europe, but who needs ’em? We’ve got governors lining up to grease the wheels and make this relocation smooth as silk. After all, when there’s a potential 100% boost in stock prices on the table, it’s time to pack your bags and head for the promised land.

So, Shell and BP, what are you waiting for? Don’t let those stuffy European bureaucrats cramp your style any longer. Come on down to the land of opportunity, where oil is king and the sky’s the limit.

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