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Royal Dutch Shell plc (RDSA.L)

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    Trigger
    Why on the top of the page writes this ; 1y Target Est 54.71 , any body believe this ?
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    jay
    I hope the bashers realize there is much more to Shell then oil..

    Being at the top of the worlds LNG production list will be an additional tool to their future success.

    LNG consumption is expected to increase yearly through 2040, doubling by then.

    China and India implementing strong LNG initiatives.

    The world is on a constant push towards “cleaner” energy sources.

    Coal is being replaced by LNG in virtually EVERY applicable situation.

    Just another tool for success.

    Shell is on the winning side. If you don’t believe me now, just sit back and watch.

    Long

    💪🏻🏈
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    scott
    Navy pilot said UFO doesn’t need a charging station.
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    Pardo17
    Shell all in position on energy transition will be the end of Shell and turn them into a low end electric company. Abandoning Oil and Gas is a big mistake and still will have value for many years to come. Solar, wind, hydrogen will never make any real money. Throwing away shareholder value every day and with every mention of zero emissions.
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    ajay
    Goldman and J P Morgan think oil stocks still have room to go 20 percent by Q3 . Stick to it till July summer driving months !
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    Charlie gonna Charlie
    "Oil inventories in developed economies stood just 57 million barrels above their 2015-2019 average as of February, down from a peak of 249 million in July, the IEA estimates.

    It’s a stark turnaround from a year ago, when lockdowns crushed world fuel demand by 20% and trading giant Gunvor Group Ltd. fretted that storage space for oil would soon run out."
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    Charlie gonna Charlie
    By the numbers, AI cars will be here waaaaay before EV cars. With a mad world at unrest, oil will not be held down for lengthy durations.
    Shell is preparing for the future.
    Loooong and strong and transitioning with my Shell...
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    Emily
    ı bought shell and bp one year ago. I was thinking that stock price will recover after covid but it seems the market news is correct: Gold and Oil stocks are price capped for the next 3 years. If there is NO possibility prices are not going to increase then why I am holding this SHELL?
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    Clown World
    This was in the 60s before demorats made everything crash over the flu, oil is bouncing back BUY BUY BUY. Clean energy is the future, electric cars are on the rise. Shell prepping for the future with that is good and you have to be blind to think its not
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    Emily
    SHELL STOCK AND OPTIONS ARE STOCK BROKER AND INVESTMENT BANK MANIPULATED STOCKS. BROKERS AND INVESTMENT BANKS PRICE CAPPED OILS STOCKS LIKE SHELL, BP, TOTAL, CHEVRON TO ENJOY COST FREE MONEY COMING. THEY PUSH THE PRICES DOWN WHILE YOU KEEP WONDERING WHY OIL STOCKS ARE NOT RECOVERING. WAKE UP DO YOU SEE THE GAME?
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    Duck
    Do you guys think oil will replace EV cars because EV cars are still expensive?
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    So
    It’s time to replace BvB before the damage to Shell is total.
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    So
    The last few times I've seen BvB speak one things glaring about him he looks worried because his vision is not making cash for Shell only the trading division is and mainly that's oil, not good !
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    Charlie gonna Charlie
    Shell today issued its Energy Transition Strategy publication, which will be put to shareholders for an advisory vote at the company’s Annual General Meeting on May 18, 2021. This is the first time that an energy company has asked shareholders to vote on its energy transition strategy.

    “As we transform our business, it is more important than ever for shareholders to understand and support our approach,” says Royal Dutch Shell Chief Executive Officer, Ben van Beurden, in his introduction to the publication. “We are asking our shareholders to vote for an energy transition strategy that is designed to bring our energy products, our services, and our investments in line with the goal of the Paris Agreement and the global drive to combat climate change.”

    This publication sets out the company’s target to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, in step with society’s progress towards the goal of the Paris Agreement on climate change. It also describes Shell’s short- and medium-term climate targets, customer-focused decarbonisation strategy, capital allocation and approach to climate-related policy and advocacy.

    The decision to seek an advisory vote was announced in February as part of Shell’s Powering Progress strategy, which aims to accelerate the transition of the company’s business to net-zero emissions, in step with society. It follows continuing engagement with shareholders, including with Climate Action 100+ which represents investors with assets of around $54 trillion.

    The vote is purely advisory and will not be binding. Shell’s Board and Executive Committee remain responsible and accountable for setting and approving Shell’s energy transition strategy.

    Shell will publish an update to its Energy Transition Strategy publication every three years until 2050. Every year, starting in 2022, it will also seek an advisory vote on its progress towards its plans and targets.
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    calvin114
    Shell panders to the green crowd, the stock keeps going down.
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    calvin114
    I don't understand why people are not pouring money into this ? Dividend cut, Stock's in the toilet....Can't you people see a winner in plane site ?
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    Trigger
    One of the Most Undervalued Stocks In 2021
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    Rich
    If the world doesnt start replacing reserves; $10/gal fuel and .50$ Kwh power will be common place! That will put the economy at a standstill!
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    jay c
    This was a losing investment. Down 30% and dividend cut. I’m down about 6 grand. Could have made it up with dividend. But of course, they cut it 50%. First time in 50 yrs. just my luck. Only hope is they will reinstate dividend if oil price stays up. This dog won’t see 60nfor a long time.
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    Walter
    Oil at 64 per barel and RDSA at 16.60 eur/ share? How much oil need to be that RDSA would be at 20 eur? I think BvB need to resign now.