GO
Loading...

Enter multiple symbols separated by commas

Stocks Royal Dutch Shell PLC

More

  • SolarCity CEO fires back against Chanos' short Friday, 21 Aug 2015 | 6:49 PM ET
    Jim Chanos

    SolarCity CEO Lyndon Rive fired back against claims and bets made by Jim Chanos, one of the world's largest short sellers.

  • Chanos on China: 'It's worse than you think' Friday, 21 Aug 2015 | 12:07 PM ET
    Jim Chanos

    The slowdown in the world's second-largest economy is "worse than you think," short seller Jim Chanos said.

  • Chinese trading rivalry ruffles Asian oil markets Thursday, 20 Aug 2015 | 5:00 PM ET

    *Chinaoil, Unipec face off in Asia crude trade. BEIJING/ SINGAPORE, Aug 21- An intensifying rivalry between China's two top oil traders Chinaoil and Unipec is whipsawing Asia's oil market, pitting the state-owned firms against each other in a battle for control of the region's crude benchmark. Aggressive trading- with heavy buying by Chinaoil met by selling from...

  • European shares hit by global slowdown fears Thursday, 20 Aug 2015 | 4:49 AM ET

    *Earnings expectations for Europe "too high". LONDON, Aug 20- European stock markets extended their losing streak on Thursday, with benchmark indexes in Frankfurt and London hitting seven-month lows as fears of a global slowdown took hold. "The current earnings expectations for Europe given the global growth outlook are probably too high and it may require...

  • Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Tuesday staked out her opposition to Arctic oil exploration, putting her at odds with the Obama administration one day after it approved drilling off Alaska. "The Arctic is a unique treasure," Clinton said in a Twitter post. On Monday, the Obama administration gave Royal Dutch Shell PLC final approval to...

  • Yuan, Chinese stock rout weighs on Europe markets Tuesday, 18 Aug 2015 | 11:43 AM ET

    European bourses closed largely lower on Tuesday as investors tried to shrug off negative sentiment after Chinese stocks tanked again.

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 17- The Obama administration on Monday granted Royal Dutch Shell the final permit to drill for oil and gas in the Arctic for the first time since 2012, a move environmentalists vowed to fight. The Interior Department gave Shell the final permit to drill into the oil zone in the Chukchi Sea off northern Alaska after the Fennica, an icebreaker the...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 17- The Obama administration on Monday granted Royal Dutch Shell the final permit to drill for oil and gas in the Arctic, after the company repaired a ship essential to its exploration in the region this season. The Interior Department gave Shell the final permit to drill into the oil zone in the Chukchi Sea off northern Alaska after the Fennica, an...

  • *Kuwait's Shuaiba refinery shuts down after fire. LONDON, Aug 17- Oil fell towards six-year lows on Monday on data showing the economy of Japan, the world's third-biggest oil consumer, contracted in the second quarter. Brent futures briefly reversed losses on news that Kuwait's 200,000- barrel-per-day Shuaiba refinery had been shut down following a fire.

  • *Japan economy shrinks in Q2. LONDON, Aug 17- Oil fell towards six-year lows on Monday, on data showing the economy of Japan, the world's third biggest oil consumer, contracted in the second quarter. U.S. crude, or West Texas Intermediate, for September was trading 36 cents lower at $42.14 a barrel at 1038 GMT, close to its lowest level in more than six years.

  • *Citi lowers oil price outlook. LONDON, Aug 17- Oil prices fell towards six-year lows on Monday after data showed Japan's economy contracted and producers in the United States added drilling rigs for a fourth straight week despite a recent rout in prices. Japan's economy, the world's third biggest oil consumer, shrank in the second quarter from a year earlier,...

  • The added Coast Guard presence in the Chukchi Sea off Northern Alaska includes the Waesche, a 418 foot-long national security ship, which otherwise would be operating in the Caribbean Sea and Gulf of Mexico, fighting drug traffickers. "That for me is the opportunity cost," Admiral Paul Zukunft, commandant of the Coast Guard, told Reuters in his office at the...

  • MOSCOW, Aug 10- Royal Dutch Shell's plans to build a strategic alliance with Russia's Gazprom could be in jeopardy after the United States added one of Gazprom's biggest gas fields to its list of Russian sanctions on Friday. U.S. officials have repeatedly said that sanctions on Russia's energy sector- part of broader penalties imposed since 2014 over Moscow's...

  • A customer pumps gasoline into his car at an Arco gas station in Mill Valley, California.

    In October, bank lenders perform a biannual review of loans and revolving credit they make available to exploration and production companies.

  • MOSCOW, Aug 10- Russia's largest gas producer Gazprom beat expectations with a 71 percent jump in first-quarter net profit after weakness in the rouble more than compensated for a drop in sales volumes to Europe. Though Western sanctions in response to Russia's actions in the Ukraine resulted in a 16 percent drop in Gazprom's European sales volumes, export...

  • Shell eyes new Brazilian assets ahead of BG deal Friday, 7 Aug 2015 | 7:38 AM ET

    *Oil majors to focus on Brazil's oil, LNG after BG deal. LONDON, Aug 7- Royal Dutch Shell is considering investing billions in Brazil, set to become a focal point after the planned acquisition of BG Group, even as it prepares to sell huge chunks of its business to pay for the $70 bln deal. According to several sources familiar with the company, it has earmarked up to $5...

  • This key find made Qatar an energy giant Thursday, 6 Aug 2015 | 6:50 PM ET
    Natural gas cools into liquid form in one of the “trains” which can stretch up to three-fifths of a mile, at Ras Laffan, Qatar.

    After investing tens of billions of dollars into liquefied natural gas, Qatar is at the forefront.

  • When a petition won't do: Pies and protests Thursday, 6 Aug 2015 | 3:18 AM ET
    A protester jumps on the table in front of the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi during a news conference in Frankfurt, April 15, 2015.

    CNBC takes a look at the more memorable and messy protests that have taken place in recent years.

  • LONDON, Aug 5- After slashing spending by $180 billion to deal with one of the worst industry downturns in decades, oil companies are still bleeding cash and slipping further into debt to maintain dividends to shareholders. The International Energy Agency said in February it saw it recovering to $73 in 2020 as the supply glut slowly eases. Analysts at investment...

  • HOUSTON, Aug 5- As oil prices entered a second steep slide a few weeks ago, bullish traders and analysts had hoped for a repeat of the sharp but short dip that occurred early in the year- a speculative slide below $50 a barrel followed by a quick recovery. Some are now reconsidering that view, as long-term oil prices take the lead in the market's latest dive, swaying...