If you are interested in finding out when Shell Plc will announce its earnings report for the first quarter of 2018, you have come to the right place.
Zacks Investment Research has compiled a schedule of earnings dates based on historical reporting dates and BNRI.
The dates will take stock option expenses into account.
Shell plc’s first quarter results
Shell plc’s first quarter results show that the company’s refining operations continued to provide strong earnings.
While the company’s upstream division has struggled to produce consistent earnings, its downstream business was a big contributor to the company’s $3 billion in adjusted earnings.
While this amount was low compared to last year, it represented the company’s best performance since Q1 2010.
The company is also expecting robust earnings from trading in oil and refined products in the second quarter.
In addition to its stellar performance in oil and gas refining, Shell also noted that it is winding down its oil and gas trading with Russia.
The company said it will end long-term purchases of Russian crude oil by the end of this year.
First quarter interim dividend announcement
Shll.ws announced its first quarter interim dividend on 29 July 2022, which is equal to $0.465 per ADS.
An ADS is equal to one Ordinary Share.
In order to qualify for the dividend, shareholders must make a valid dividend reinvestment election prior to the published date.
The dividend will be paid in euros or pounds sterling to shareholders holding shares in certificated or uncertificated form.
Those who hold their shares through Euroclear Nederland will receive their dividends in euros.
However, shareholders who hold shares in uncertificated form will receive the dividends in pounds sterling.
Shell’s announcement contains forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties.
In particular, it includes statements about risks and opportunities that could cause the company’s results to differ materially.
In addition, the announcement includes forward-looking statements as defined under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
These statements include statements about Shell’s exposure to market risks, financial performance and other factors.