Royal Dutch Shell Plc (RDS.A)

37.26
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NYSE : Energy Minerals
Prev Close 37.33
Open 38.27
Day Low/High 37.08 / 38.85
52 Wk Low/High 21.25 / 66.48
Volume 8.94M
Avg Volume 8.00M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 2.05B
Market Cap 138.57B
EPS 4.00
P/E Ratio 18.58
Div & Yield 3.20 (8.20%)
The Energy Space

The Energy Space

A daily view on energy and agricultural commodities, including global economic and dollar news.

Oil-Stock Rally Is an Opportunity to Sell

Even if you missed the chance to cash out at the September highs.

Geopolitical Risk to the Oil Trade

Geopolitical Risk to the Oil Trade

The Saudis, the U.S. and other countries are ratcheting up economic and military pressure on Iran.

Oils Could Be in Contrarian Territory

Oils Could Be in Contrarian Territory

Here are three oil companies that my Dreman-based strategy considers good contrarian investments.

What to Do With Liquid Natural Gas

What to Do With Liquid Natural Gas

US companies looking to export surplus gas to faraway nations may be in for a big surprise.

Paying Off in Dividends

Paying Off in Dividends

High-dividend stocks continue to be a valuable component of any investment portfolio.

Connecting the Dots on Keystone

Connecting the Dots on Keystone

Here's what the proposed XL Pipeline project would and would not do.

Cramer: Shell is Making a Mistake

Cramer: Shell is Making a Mistake

Shell may build a plant that converts natural gas to diesel and that would be a mistake says Jim Cramer.

The Most Prescient of the Oil Majors

For me, the most interesting names are those unafraid to invest in natural gas production. Here's my top pick.

Taking Stock of the Integrateds

Taking Stock of the Integrateds

I haven't had much interest lately in behemoths like Exxon and Shell, but a key driver could change all that.

I'd Stay in Oil For Now

I'd Stay in Oil For Now

Demand is sinking, but prices just keep driving higher -- a trend that looks to persist for the time being.

Another Approach to Using Natural Gas

Another Approach to Using Natural Gas

The gas-to-liquids process could turn our abundant supply of nat gas into distillate fuels.

Everybody's Talking About Natural Gas

Everybody's Talking About Natural Gas

The upshot of last week's CERA energy conference: Nat gas is where it's at.

Find Your Trading Edge

Find Your Trading Edge

How do individual traders compete against firms with resources they can never dream of matching?

Where the Oil Discussion Goes Awry

Where the Oil Discussion Goes Awry

Some politicians are linking domestic oil consumption with the power grid, but there's no connection.

Crude Will Likely Follow Economy Down in 2012

Crude Will Likely Follow Economy Down in 2012

You can draw a line from Europe's recession to a hard year for U.S. oil stocks.

Take a Shine to Oil

Take a Shine to Oil

This is a good time to put some oil barrels in your portfolio.

How to Play the Eurozone QE Program

How to Play the Eurozone QE Program

Any paper currency is inherently dangerous right now -- look to commodity producers instead.

Not Much Future in LNG

The deck is stacked against liquefied natural gas players in the U.S.

Leave Those Refiners Alone

Leave Those Refiners Alone

Takeout rumors have triggered a Valero surge, but given the far-fetched nature of this idea, expect the move to be a one-act show.

Cutting Through the Campaign Rhetoric

Candidates devote a lot of noise to their 'energy policies,' but the sound bites often don't make a bit of sense.

Analyst Actions -- 9/23/2011

Here are today's top research calls.

A Game-Changer for Liquefied Natural Gas?

Shell is building a seagoing processing unit that could give it a serious edge.

How Power Systems Generate Price Disparities

In the Southwest, here's why high temperatures failed to raise power prices.