Oil giant gains
Rising oil prices helped Royal Dutch Shell’s profits leap in the last three months of 2017.
Investment reflects recovery
Royal Dutch Shell has announced its first major new project in the North Sea for six years in another sign of the region’s recovery.
Company bolsters cash position
Royal Dutch Shell today drew a line under the three-year oil price slump by making a key change to its dividend policy.
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Further cuts in sector
Oil giant Shell is shedding a further 90 jobs at its North Sea headquarters in Aberdeen..
Latest market figures
A number of blue chip firms report figures today…here’s a summary
Union calls for more commitment
Unite, the trade union, has described the £5 million government fund for decommissioning work in the North Sea as a “drop in the ocean”…
Environmentalists have expressed concern that Shell wants to leave behind the legs to to some of the platforms being decommissioned in the North Sea…
Merger takes toll
Shell reported a fall in profits for the last quarter because of costs related to its BG acquisition and continuing pressure on oil and gas prices…
Chrysaor becomes biggest indy in region
Shell is selling more than half its production assets in the North Sea to exploration and production company Chrysaor for up to $3.8bn (£2.5bn). .