Royal Dutch Shell commences share buybacks before the end of this year while reducing its first quarter dividend to 16 cents per share, a 66% cut.
The drive for sustainable energy funding gained momentum after the public health crisis and the fallout of climate change and natural disasters on the global economy. According to
The Anglo-Dutch company is set out to satisfy disgruntled investors by raising its dividend amid larger-than-expected Shell revenue.
As a global agreement to back climate-warming, carbon emissions draw closer and oil and gas companies are talking about coal as a crucial part of the solution, altogether with rene
For the first time six leading oil and gas companies have been banded together to ask –The UN to agree and help device, and plan to stop global warming at the end of the year. Ch
Reports by The Daily Mail newspaper regarding Royal Dutch Shell having considered a takeover bid during the Gulf of Mexico oil spill resulted in oil major BP’s (British Petroleu