1. Shell warns of up to $22bn hit on assets from oil and gas slump  Financial Times
  2. Shell braces for $22bn hit from oil price crash  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. Shell warns of up to £17.9bn hit to assets after oil price slump  Barrhead News
  4. Shell to write-off $15-22bn as a result of COVID-19, oil price crash  Yahoo Finance UK
  5. Shell to take up to $22 billion writedown after climate review  Reuters UK
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The oil major expects fuel sales to slump 40pc in the second quarter due to global travel restrictions The oil major expects fuel sales to slump 40pc in the second quarter due to global travel restrictions

Shell braces for $22bn hit from oil price crash

The oil giant said it was downgrading its long-term oil price forecasts and writing-off up to $22bn on the value of its assets as a result.The oil giant said it was downgrading its long-term oil price forecasts and writing-off up to $22bn on the value of its assets as a result.

Shell to write-off $15-22bn as a result of COVID-19, oil price crash

Royal Dutch Shell said on Tuesday it would write off assets worth up to $22 billion after the coronavirus crisis knocked oil and gas demand and weakened the energy price outlook.Royal Dutch Shell said on Tuesday it would write off assets worth up to $22 billion after the coronavirus crisis knocked oil and gas demand and weakened the energy price outlook.

Shell to write down as much as $22 billion after coronavirus hit - Reuters

Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) on Tuesday said it will write $22 billion off the value of its assets after sharply lowering its oil and gas price outlook in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) on Tuesday said it will write $22 billion off the value of its assets after sharply lowering its oil and gas price outlook in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Shell to write down as much as $22 billion in wake of coronavirus | Article [AMP] | Reuters

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Dutch British oil and gas major Royal Dutch Shell has presented in its latest update today a very bearish view on the oil and gas market.Dutch British oil and gas major Royal Dutch Shell has presented in its latest update today a very bearish view on the oil and gas market.

Royal Dutch Shell is writing down the value of its assets by up to $22 billion because of lower energy prices following the demand-sapping coronavirus pandemic.Royal Dutch Shell is writing down the value of its assets by up to $22 billion because of lower energy prices following the demand-sapping coronavirus pandemic.

Shell Takes $22 Billion Write-Down, Expecting Lower Oil and Gas Prices - WSJ

Royal Dutch Shell on Tuesday said it will write down the value of its assets by up to US$22 billion after lowering its long-term outlook on oil ...Royal Dutch Shell on Tuesday said it will write down the value of its assets by up to US$22 billion after lowering its long-term outlook on oil ...

Shell to take up to US$22 billion writedown after climate review - CNA

Anglo-Dutch energy giant Royal Dutch Shell will take a vast second-quarter charge of up to $22 billion due to coronavirus and collapsing oil prices, it announced Tuesday.Anglo-Dutch energy giant Royal Dutch Shell will take a vast second-quarter charge of up to $22 billion due to coronavirus and collapsing oil prices, it announced Tuesday.

Shell says it will take up to $22 billion hit from coronavirus | Fin24

LONDON (BLOOMBERG) - Royal Dutch Shell will write down between US$15 billion and US$22 billion (S$30.7 billion) in the second quarter, as the company gave investors a wider glimpse of just how severely the coronavirus crisis has hit Big Oil.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Companies & Markets News -LONDON (BLOOMBERG) - Royal Dutch Shell will write down between US$15 billion and US$22 billion (S$30.7 billion) in the second quarter, as the company gave investors a wider

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