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Last €41.37 EUR
Change Today +1.56 / 3.92%
Volume 25.0
As of 3:06 AM 02/8/16 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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Carel van Bylandtlaan 30

The Hague, 2596 HR


Phone: 31 70 377 9111


Royal Dutch Shell plc operates as an independent oil and gas company. The company’s segments include Upstream and Downstream. Upstream This segment explores for and extracts crude oil and natural gas, often in joint arrangements with international and national oil and gas companies. This includes the extraction of bitumen from mined oil sands, which it converts into synthetic crude oil. The company liquefies natural gas by cooling it and transports the liquefied natural gas (LNG) to customers worldwide. The company also converts natural gas to liquids (GTL) to provide high-quality fuels and other products, and it markets and trades crude oil and natural gas (including LNG) in support of its Upstream businesses. Upstream International The company’s Upstream Americas business manages its Upstream activities in North and South America. It explores for and recovers crude oil, natural gas and natural gas liquids (NGLs), transports oil and gas and operates the upstream and midstream infrastructure necessary to deliver oil and gas to market. Upstream International also manages the company’s Upstream LNG and GTL businesses. It manages its operations primarily by line of business, with this structure overlaying country organizations. Upstream Americas Upstream Americas manages the Upstream businesses in North and South America. Upstream Americas also extracts bitumen from oil sands that is converted into synthetic crude oil. It manages the LNG business in the Americas, including assets in Peru and Trinidad and Tobago acquired in 2014. It also markets and trades natural gas in the Americas. Additionally, it manages the United States-based wind business. Europe Denmark: The company has a non-operating interest in a producing concession in Denmark, which would expire in 2042. Ireland: The company is the operator of the Corrib gas project, which is at an advanced stage of construction. Italy: The company has two non-operating interests in Italy: the Val d’Agri producing concession and the Tempa Rossa concession. Norway: The company is a partner in approximately 30 production licenses on the Norwegian continental shelf. The company is the operator in 14 of these, of which 2 are producing: the Ormen Lange gas field and the Draugen oil field. The other producing fields are Troll, Gjøa, Kvitebjørn and Valemon. U.K.: The company operates a significant number of its interests on the UK Continental Shelf on behalf of a 50:50 joint arrangement with ExxonMobil. The company has various non-operated interests in the Atlantic Margin area, principally in the West of Shetlands area. The company also has interests ranging from 20% to 49% in the Beryl area fields. Rest of Europe: The company also has interests in Albania, Austria, Germany, Greece, Greenland, Hungary, Slovakia, Spain, and Ukraine. Asia (including the Middle East and Russia) Brunei: The company and the Brunei government are 50:50 shareholders in Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sendirian Berhad (BSP). BSP has long-term oil and gas concession rights onshore and offshore Brunei, and sells most of its gas production to Brunei LNG Sendirian Berhad. The company is the operator for the Block A concession, which is under exploration and development, and also operator for exploration Block Q. The company has a 35% non-operating interest in the Block B concession, where gas and condensate are produced from the Maharaja Lela Field. In addition, the company has non-operating interests in deep-water exploration Block CA-2 and in exploration Block N, both under production-sharing contracts (PSCs). China: The company operates the onshore Changbei tight-gas field under a PSC with China National Petroleum Corporation. The company also had an interest in three offshore oil and gas blocks in the Yinggehai basin, each under a PSC. Indonesia: The company has a 35% participating interest in the offshore Masela block where INPEX Masela is the operator. The Masela block contains the Abadi gas field. The operator has selected a floating LNG (FLNG) concept for the field’s development phase. Iraq: The company has a 45% interest in the Majnoon oil field t


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