Shell Raises Dividend as third-quarter Profit Beats Expectations

Royal Dutch Shell Plc tried to lift itself out of the deepest share-slump in a quarter-century, promising more cash for shareholders even as its business is buffeted by climate change and the coronavirus pandemic

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Libya oil production at 680,000 barrels per day

Libyan oil production has reached 680,000 barrels per day (bpd), a Libyan oil source told Reuters on Thursday, more than a third higher than earlier this month, as the OPEC member seeks to revive its oil industry.

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Iraqi Crumbling Economy Is Becoming a Threat to OPEC

From his third-floor office in eastern Baghdad, Iraqi Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul Jabbar can see the rowdy protesters below as they march toward Tahrir Square, the symbolic heart of Iraq’s latest uprising.

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About half of the US Gulf of Mexico oil and gas volumes offline ahead of Zeta

Roughly half of all the oil and gas production from the US Gulf of Mexico was shut in Oct. 27 ahead of Tropical Storm Zeta, which is expected to again strengthen into a hurricane before making a projected landfall in southeastern Louisiana.

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Royal Dutch Shell: More Than Just Oil And Gas

There is always a lively debate in the comment section of articles about Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.B) (RDS.A). People are usually divided into two camps. One represents those that think RDS should stick to producing and selling as much oil and gas as they possibly can, and certainly not waste shareholders’ funds on

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Potential Impacts On Oil Industry Of A Biden Administration

Prospects for a near-term surge in U.S. oil production are unlikely regardless of whether President Donald Trump wins a second term or former Vice President Joe Biden captures the White House in the November 3 election.

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Mideast Gas Spend to Rise Despite Price Woes, Apicorp Says

Investment in natural gas projects across the Middle East and North Africa will rise, even as the coronavirus pandemic damps demand for the fuel, according to Arab Petroleum Investments Corp.

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Why Gazprom’s $7.6 Billion Polish Fine Is Just the Start

Poland’s antitrust watchdog slapped a $7.6 billion fine on Gazprom PJSC over the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, opening a new front in the bitter political battle over the natural gas project. Wednesday’s surprise move raises a whole set of legal questions about the plan, which is teetering on the brink.

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