Royal Dutch Shell sees huge loss as pandemic hits oil demand
04/02/2021 | news | business | 672
The oil giant reported a net loss of £16bn for 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic caused demand to slump.
On the right hand side of this story I just couldn't believe how well Nigella Lawson was looking for 61.

At least she's looking good
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I think she uses a lot of petrolium products.
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very nice is'nt she for 61
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Fossil fuel consumption and car production is increasing in Africa and other simikarly less affluent regions as it declines with switch to renewables in more affluent Brexit-UK ?

Not necessarily a Brexit-Bonus with jobs and investment outside Brexit-UK isn't it?

LOL ROFL LOL
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Considering all the topics available, why open a HYS on this?
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Once former Prince Harry gets his honorary titles back he will be first classing it from and too California boosting demand. Removed
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How and why?
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No mention of the billions spent buying back shares in a futile attempt to prop up the share price.
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Can't understand the Scottish voter. The SNP represent the vast majority of MP's in Scotland with their primary aim being independence. Give them the vote on the aforesaid independence and over half want reject it. Answers on a postcard. Removed
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If the pandemic has reduced demand why’s the price at the pump gone up so much the last six months? Even supermarkets are charging around £1.20+ per litre unleaded.
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It's not them, it's the people driving cars and heating their homes. Blame them
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Not a good time to base your country's future independence plans on oil revenues.
I am sure Scotland will thrive without oil little gammon, it will certainly thrive without the millstone of a tory led Johnson government attached to it who spaff 20 million to a guy to by them gloves Removed
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Royal Dutch Shell sees huge loss as pandemic hits oil demand...no surprise but there will always be a demand for oil. Shell are a hugely diversified business and will weather the pandemic. I am sure one trick Indy2 pony Nicola Sturgeon won't be happy as she has bet the farm on oil revenues.
Thats right Gammon, and you in England lived well of the proceeds, whats amatter? Scared to be on your own in a big world!

I thought thats what you gammons argued for!
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Look who's crawling out of the woodwork when we talk about oil & Scotland! It seems wee Nicola has many a Brexiteer on here running scared, now that they've nothing to trumpet about re: the benefits (so, so few) of Brexit.
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Oil isn't going away anyway soon, it's both a fuel source and a primary source of starting material for a huge swathe of the chemical industry. Take down the victory bunting eco nuts.
What a tool. Still denying climate change to be edgy? Removed
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"You can't kill a planet"

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No, just the inhabitants. I assume that includes you?
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England 20.4% first dose 9,041,835 people

wales 19.4% first dose 490,570 people

N Ireland 18.2 % first dose 263,735 people

Scotland 15.7% first dose 694.347 people

data from Office National Statistics 04/02/21
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https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-uk-vaccination-tracker-find-out-how-many-have-had-the-jab-12179220

Scotland 45,000 people England 678,000 people vaccinated
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