Tag Archives: Shell

Data is the new oil IV – before this oil war

Yes, we live in “interesting times”.  The oil majors are still the largest industries in the world (measured by revenue) and that’s why we started with ExxonMobil and will add Royal Dutch Shell now. When I choose this subject, I … Continue reading

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David and Goliath: Royal Dutch Shell taking over BG-group

To be honest, I was a little bit disappointed when I saw the 3D-graph I generated for Royal Dutch Shell and BG-group. As discussed in the previous post, this acquisition was completed and the 2016 Annual Report presented the consolidated … Continue reading

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Mergers and Acquisitions: Royal Dutch Shell and BG-group

A couple of weeks without a post to this blog: I think I have to explain something. Apart for a storm hitting Almere and causing some damage, I also had to spend my time on something else. Some of you … Continue reading

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Using the demo-generator: shares with advice (+ or -) and BP

For the next posts and graphs, to be presented during the upcoming weeks, we will go with some positive and negative advices to be found on the Internet. I prepared a couple and will present the most relevant financial values … Continue reading

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