Shell profit has a high of US $4.7 billion in the second quarter

The Royal Dutch Shell recently reported that the company's profit, based on supply costs, similar to net profits related to the United States oil companies, progressed around US $4.7 billion in the second quarter and revenues advanced 34% Equivalent to US $96.8 billion.

Lately the company, which has inaugurated a program to reacquire shares of purchase of US $25 billion, reported that it intends to buy at most 834 million of shares and that its initiative will start with US $2 billion in repurchase.

According to Ben Van Beurden, chief executive of the company, the prospect is reliable for cash-free flow and progress to strengthen the start of the repurchase program. Cash flow receded US $9.5 billion in the second quarter and formerly US $11.3 billion.

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