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Royal Dutch Shell B Share Price (RDSB)



Share Price Information for Royal Dutch Shell B (RDSB)


Share Price: 2,726.00Bid: 2,725.50Ask: 2,726.00Change: 1.00 (+0.04%)Riser - Rds 'B'
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 0.02%Open: 2,711.00High: 2,739.00Low: 2,711.00Yesterday’s Close: 2,725.00

Royal Dutch Shell Plc 'B' Ord Eur0.07

Royal Dutch Shell B is listed in the FTSE 100, FTSE All-Share, FTSE 350, FTSE 350 High Yield
Royal Dutch Shell B is part of the Metals sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
2726.00
Share Price SpacerBid
2725.50
Share Price SpacerAsk
2726.00
Share Price SpacerChange
0.04%1.00
Share Price SpacerVolume
1,463,147
Share Price SpacerOpen
2,711.00
Share Price SpacerHigh
2,739.00
Share Price SpacerLow
2,711.00
Share Price SpacerClose
2,725.00
Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 8,342.62m £227,419.90m 750

52 Week High 2,844.50 52 Week High Date 22-MAY-2018
52 Week Low 2,073.50 52 Week Low Date 25-JUL-2017

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
5,365 761,420 636,124 23.188 117.56 146.91 5.39


London South East Users info for Royal Dutch Shell B




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

23-Jul-18
14:19:43
2,726.00
183
Sell* 
2,726.00
2,726.50
4,989
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

23-Jul-18
14:19:43
2,726.00
164
Sell* 
2,726.00
2,726.50
4,471
Trade Type:
Automatic execution

23-Jul-18
14:19:41
2,725.50
87
Sell* 
2,726.00
2,726.50
2,371
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Directors Deals for Royal Dutch Shell B (RDSB)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
01-Mar-17Transfer From
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Dutch Shell 'B'
Simon Henry held the position of CFO at Royal Dutch Shell 'B' at the time of this trade.
 Simon Henry
092,523612846
01-Mar-17Transfer From
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Dutch Shell 'B'
Simon Henry held the position of CFO at Royal Dutch Shell 'B' at the time of this trade.
 Simon Henry
029,035612846
30-Jun-16Buy Dividends
Trade Notifier Information for Royal Dutch Shell 'B'
Simon Henry held the position of CFO at Royal Dutch Shell 'B' at the time of this trade.
 Simon Henry
1934.4GBX5,378491288
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MaxMargolliss
Posts: 204
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,725.00
TIMMO
Sat 23:23
Perhaps most people on this board are more interested in the prospects held out by LNG --- particularly if the company is in pole position in the supply of that product. Conversion costs for ship owners are quite heavy and they now have only five years to change from high quantity sulphur to another system of propulsion. The company, at one time, seemed very interested in the use of hydrogen, but may be sensitive regarding safety aspects of that as a fuel for shipping. Hydrogen systems can be totally emission free, read ITM Power reports on this. Any thoughts about the possibility of LNG Versus Hydrogen ? Yours, Max.
TIMMO
Posts: 190
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,756.00
sulphur reduction
9 Jul '18
Has nobody heard of Quadrise and its low-emission fuel?
Daytradenovice
Posts: 906
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,756.00
RE: Add- on comment for Angrybadger63
9 Jul '18
i can tell you it recently cost £14million pounds to fit a scrubber to a reasonably large cross channel ferry to clean up its emissions and allow it to continue to ply its trade across the channel. It is by no means a cheap alternative, but probably cheaper than converting existing engines to run on LNG.
misca
Posts: 85
Opinion:Hold
Price:2,756.00
Add- on comment for Angrybadger63
9 Jul '18
Yes, your comment is indeed better stated - the source is IMO but the point I was making is that although there appear to be 3 methods to reduce heavy sulphur, a major choice is LNG as selected by France's Shipping Line CMA- CGM and this is SHELLS forte.

I have no knowledge as to the comparative costs, although it is suggested that LNG is the most cost effective and further is greener than the others.

Misca
angrybadger63
Posts: 1
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,725.00
RE: Speculation and Judgement
9 Jul '18
Perhaps you're referring to the International Marine Organization's 2020 requirement to reduce sulphur in fuel, but that doesn't require ships to move to LNG - other low sulphur fuels are available, as well as exhaust scrubbers.

See Shell's own presentation on the subject: https://www.shell.com/business-customers/marine/fuel/marine-network/_jcr_content/par/textimage_1253347556.stream/1497626896370/1f511fb11dae6ae91ba293a525c0cedb92e68946e70d24adc747f0c91f98a969/shell-marine-imo-brochure.pdf

As they mention in that document, Shell are pretty well positioned for any of the options available to ship owners complying with these regulations.
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