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Royal Dutch Shell sits on an oil and gas throne higher than that of Exxon Mobil.
The oil supermajor has worldwide proved reserves of 13.2 billion barrels of oil equivalent. Operating in over 70 countries, Royal Dutch Shell pumps out 3.7 million barrels of crude oil, liquefied natural gas (LNG), natural gas, synthetic crude oil, and bitumen.
Among the company's many and varied operations, it boasts the world's deepest oil and gas project in the Gulf of Mexico, the world's largest offshore floating LNG production plant off the Australian coast, and the world's largest retail fuel network at over 43,000 stations.
Both RDSA and RDSB shares are traded in three stock exchange centers – London, Amsterdam, and New York.
Reasons to remain bullish on RDS
We expect RDS to continue to improve its performance in line with an improved economic environment and the price of oil & gas maintaining or improving from their current levels
Shell's commitment to its $25bn buyback programme to 2020 remains intact and with cash return yields over the coming three years should continue to increase. This at these levels, we continue to see material value in the shares.
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