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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