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Shell Officially Drops ‘Royal Dutch’ From Name After Relocation

Bloomberg

Shell Officially Drops ‘Royal Dutch’ From Name After Relocation

By Laura Hurst: 21 January 2022, 17:28 GMT

Shell Plc has dropped “Royal Dutch” from its name, part of a major overhaul of its legal and tax structure announced in December.

The energy giant officially changed its name on Friday, according to a statement, following earlier approvals from its shareholders and board of directors.

Shell’s overhaul involves integrating its dual-share structure into a single line of shares and relocating its headquarters to London. The changes will only involve about a dozen executives – including Chief Executive Officer Ben van Beurden and Chief Financial Officer Jessica Uhl — moving to the U.K. capital. read more

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Royal Dutch no more — Shell officially changes name

CNBC

Royal Dutch no more — Shell officially changes name

PUBLISHED FRI, JAN 21 20223:00 PM EST KEY POINTS
  • The London and Amsterdam stock exchanges will reflect the name change on Jan. 25 while the New York Stock Exchange will follow on Jan. 31.
  • The change will not affect share ownership.
  • The shares will follow a single line of ordinary shares on Jan. 29.

Shell officially changed its name on Friday, ditching “Royal Dutch”, which has been part of its identity since 1907, following plans to scrap its dual share structure and move its head office from the Netherlands to Britain.

“Shell announced the Board’s decision to change its name to Shell plc on December 20, 2021. This change has now taken effect,” Shell said in a filing.

The London and Amsterdam stock exchanges will reflect the name change on Jan. 25 while the New York Stock Exchange will follow on Jan. 31. read more

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Royal Dutch Shell plc changes its name to Shell plc

Royal Dutch Shell plc changes its name to Shell plc

LONDON, January 21, 2022

Shell plc (Shell) today confirmed its name has changed from Royal Dutch Shell plc to Shell plc.

Shell announced the Board’s decision to change its name to Shell plc on December 20, 2021. This change has now taken effect.

Euronext Amsterdam, the London Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange have been informed of this name change and it is anticipated that Euronext Amsterdam and the London Stock Exchange will reflect the change of name on Tuesday January 25, 2022, while the New York Stock Exchange will follow on Monday January 31, 2022. read more

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Go faster, be bolder”: setting the pace at Shell

Go faster, be bolder”: setting the pace at Shell

CEO Ben van Beurden talks about the year just gone, the year to come and why Shell must speed up its transformation.

By Joanna Wrighton and Rob van’t Wel on Jan 20, 2022

It was another extraordinary year for Shell. What were the highlights of 2021 for you?

The launch of our Powering Progress strategy was a huge moment. It’s the most complete and clearest articulation of our strategy in Shell’s recent history. It includes ambitious goals for shareholders, for action on carbon emissions, for people and for the environment. Powering Progress also sets the most ambitious targets in our industry to reduce emissions. read more

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Shell CEO Ben Van Beurden: Carbon emissions court ruling was ‘body blow’

London Evening Standard

Shell CEO Ben Van Beurden: Carbon emissions court ruling was ‘body blow’

By Simon Freeman: 20 Jan 2022
ROYAL DUTCH SHELL’s CEO Ben van Beurden today described a court ruling from The Hague ordering faster, deeper cuts to the company’s carbon emissions as a “body blow”.

In comments likely to provoke controversy among green activists, he said: “I was listening at home as the judge gave her verdict. It felt like a body blow.

“I found it deeply troubling that Shell as a single business should be held accountable for how the world produces and uses energy.” read more

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Energy crisis drives Shell’s gas profits ‘significantly higher’

The Telegraph

Energy crisis drives Shell’s gas profits ‘significantly higher’

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Shell Pursues $7 Billion Buyback ‘At Pace’ Despite LNG Troubles

Reuters

Shell Pursues $7 Billion Buyback ‘At Pace’ Despite LNG Troubles

“Shell will later this month move its head office from The Hague to London, scrap its dual share structure and change its name to Shell Plc as part of a plan to simplify its structure and shift its tax residence from the Netherlands.”: “Shell said that its production and liquefaction volumes were impacted in the fourth quarter by unplanned maintenance, mainly in Australia, where its giant Prelude floating LNG vessel was hit by a power outage.” read more

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Break up big oil, says former BP boss Lord Browne

THE TIMES

Break up big oil, says former BP boss Lord Browne

Emily Gosden, Energy Editor:

Oil majors should break themselves up into separate fossil fuel and low-carbon businesses to accelerate investment in the energy transition, the former boss of BP has said.

The comments by Lord Browne of Madingley will fuel debate over the strategies of Britain’s oil giants with Shell already facing calls from Third Point, the US activist investor, to break itself up.

Both Shell and BP have thus far argued that they are better off remaining as single companies so they can use the proceeds of their oil businesses to fund green investments. read more

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Anti-fossil sentiment in the Netherlands

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Anti-fossil sentiment in the Netherlands

Earlier this year, oil and gas multinational Shell announced to move its headquarters from The Hague to London…

Bert van Dijk 28 Dec 18:17

The Dutch offshore sector is very concerned about the business climate in the Netherlands. 

The increasing anti-fossil sentiment is a thorn in the side of the sector. 

Anti-fossil sentiment

Earlier this year, oil and gas multinational Shell announced to move its headquarters from The Hague to London . The move may have been prompted by the desire to simplify the share structure, but many see that anti-fossil sentiment also plays an important role in that move. read more

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Shell’s arch critic John Donovan has secured the website domain name for Shell Plc

Shell’s arch critic John Donovan has secured the website domain name for Shell PLC

The shellplc.website will become operational in January to coincide with the implementation of the new name for Royal Dutch Shell Plc: Shell PLC. 

Shell has dropped the Dutch Royal Family link and ditched the Dutch part of the former Anglo-Dutch multinational company, which will now be solely a British company with its HQ solely in London, paying UK taxes. 

The Royal Dutch Shell Group self-evidently was not well disposed to the taxes imposed by the Dutch left-wing government or its support for climate change policies and parties suing Shell.  read more

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Shell sets out expected timetable of Simplification

GlobeNewswire

Shell sets out expected timetable of Simplification

THE HAGUE, December 20, 2021 – The Board of Royal Dutch Shell plc (Shell) has today decided to proceed with its proposal to simplify the company’s share structure and align its tax residence with its country of incorporation in the UK.

As a result, the Board has also decided to change the company’s name to Shell plc which will be implemented in January 2022, with a further announcement to be made at the time. read more

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Was Shell’s response to Cambo reasonable?

Was Shell’s response to Cambo reasonable?

SOME THOUGHTS FROM A LONG-TERM CONTRIBUTOR TO THIS WEBSITE, A RETIRED SENIOR SHELL OFFICIAL, BILL CAMPBELL

Given that US and China dominate the world’s CO2 emissions you have to ask the question was the Shell response to Cambo reasonable?

UK with its total CO2 emissions just under 3% of the World with the oil and gas sector in the UK contributing circa 25% of UK emissions, but with transport and electricity generation accounting for just over 52%, it makes you wonder since the UK may have to import more oil in the near to medium future (increasing transport emissions) in so doing.  read more

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Shell shareholders vote to delist from Netherlands

yahoo!finance

Shell shareholders vote to delist from Netherlands

: Fri, December 10, 2021, 3:20 PM Shareholders in oil giant Shell (RDSB.L) have overwhelmingly voted to switch its headquarters from the Netherlands to the UK, ending the company’s dual share structure, and drop “Royal Dutch” from the name.

The move, planned for early 2022, “will enable a simplification of the company’s share structure and an increase in the speed and flexibility of capital and portfolio actions”, said Shell’s chair Sir Andrew Mackenzie said.

He said the board believes “the simplification will strengthen Shell’s competitiveness and accelerate both shareholder distributions and delivery of its strategy to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050”. read more

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Can we still be friends? Shell sends Dutch PM parting note

Can we still be friends? Shell sends Dutch PM parting note

Fargo, ND, USA / The Mighty 790 KFGO | KFGO Thomson Reuters: Dec 10, 2021 | 11:23 AM By Toby Sterling

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – On the day that shareholders of Royal Dutch Shell PLC voted to move the company’s headquarters to London from The Hague, the company sent a letter to the Dutch prime minister to soften the blow.

Signed by Shell CEO Ben van Beurden, the letter said Shell’s departure had been “a difficult message for us to announce,” given the company had more than a century of history.

But the letter to Prime Minister Mark Rutte outlined the many projects and activities Shell will continue in the Netherlands, including retaining 8,500 employees, and the division-level management of Shell’s upstream (production), renewable energy and projects & technology divisions. read more

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Shell shareholders vote on move to London

Shell shareholders vote on move to London

Fri, December 10, 2021, 2:03 AM: AFP

Shareholders in oil giant Shell will vote Friday on plans to switch its headquarters from the Netherlands to Britain after a century and drop Royal Dutch from the name.

Europe’s biggest energy firm says the move would simplify its tax and share arrangements, and accelerate its transition to net-zero emissions.

But its chairman also admitted the plan was driven by the Dutch government’s scrapping of plans to withdraw a tax on dividends.

The Dutch government said it was “unpleasantly surprised” by the plan, while Britain has hailed it as a vote of confidence in the British economy post-Brexit. read more

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Op-Ed: Will Shell’s oil future outlast its ocean namesakes?

Los Angeles Times

Op-Ed: Will Shell’s oil future outlast its ocean namesakes?

CYNTHIA BARNETT

When Royal Dutch Shell’s new chairman, Andrew Mackenzie, asks shareholders on Friday for their vote to move the global oil giant’s headquarters from the Netherlands to Britain and drop the “Royal Dutch,” he will also be asking to return the company home.

In a history better suited to fairy tales than the financial pages, Shell rose from a small seashell shop in the East End of London. In the 1830s, a Jewish curio seller named Marcus Samuel began importing tropical seashells from the Far East. His shop sold “small Shells for Ladies’ work,” along with large, shining specimens such as conchs and nautiluses for still-life drawing. read more

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