Royal Dutch Shell
Rio Tinto, Ex-CFO, Former CEO Inflated Assets: SEC
Former Rio Tinto finance chief steps down from Royal Dutch Shell’s board as a result of the charges.
Shell to Sell Alberta Oil Sand Assets for $8.5B
The sale to Canadian Natural Resources allows Shell to focus on assets such as deepwater oil and gas that aren't as costly to exploit as oil sands.
Shell’s Cash Flow Boosts Hopes for Strong 2017
"2016 was the transition year, 2017 needs to be the delivery year," Shell CEO Ben van Beurden says.
Shell, BP Profits Beat Estimates in 3rd Quarter
The two companies' performance boosts hopes that the industry is adapting to an environment of low oil prices.
Shell’s Q1 Profit Falls 58% But Beats Estimates
The profitability of the company's refining and integrated businesses helped offset a $1.4 billion loss in the energy production unit.
Shell to Shed 2,800 Jobs After BG Takeover
The job cuts were announced amid increasing concern over whether the BG deal is still viable because of plunging oil prices.
M&A Activity on Pace to Catch Up With 2007
Nearly 20,000 deals worth $2.2 trillion have been announced so far this year, a pace that approaches pre-financial crisis levels.
Investors Pressuring Energy Firms to Go Green
Shareholders are pressuring management to "identify risks associated with climate change, rein in greenhouse gases, or assess methane emissions."
Oilfield Writedowns Predicted Amid Price Plunge
Citigroup says falling oil prices are exposing projects that were either poorly executed or bad ideas to begin with.
Prolonged Ukraine Crisis Could Deal Blow to U.S. Companies
Agriculture, energy infrastructure and fast food are most exposed to the threat of Russian military occupation and continued political unrest.