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Royal Dutch Shell has 3 divisions, that are expected to have made $350 billion in revenue for Full-Year 2019
(1) Upstream Operations: $52.6 billion (15%)
(2) Downstream Operations: $277 billion (83%)
(3) Integrated Gas: $20.7 billion (6%)
Key Takeaways for 2019-2020
Upstream and Downstream revenue will come in lower due to weaker commodity prices.Integrated Gas is undergoing restructuring, which coupled with lower prices will affect revenues to a large extent.Royal Dutch Shell expects revenue to come in higher and growth is expected to continue in 2020 unless a weak global macro environment affects the company negatively.
What is the company's business model?
What need does it serve?
Royal Dutch Shell. produces a range of Upstream and downstream products. The company is involved in exploring and developing oil & natural gas sources. It also then refines, and markets oil and natural gas products.
What are the alternatives to Royal Dutch Shell?
Competitors: Chevron, Exxon Mobil, BP.
What is the basis of competition?
Exxon primarily competes on its ability to efficiently provide its products. It depends on quality of assets, and end-to-end operational efficiency, which then drives cash flow.
Has 3 Operating Segments:
Upstream: The Upstream segment is largely responsible for drilling, exploring, and recovering crude and natural gas. Upstream operations are based out of Europe; the company also has operations in Africa, Asia, Middle-East, North America and Australasia.
Integrated Gas: The company also has an integrated gas division, which manages liquefying natural gas, converting gas to liquids and low-carbon opportunities.
Downstream: The downstream segment largely consists of refining, marketing, and logistics based services. Its operations are based mainly out of mainland Europe, but Exxon also has operations in Asia, North America and Africa.
Royal Dutch Shell's revenue has grown from $269 billion to $350 billion in 2019. Revenue is expected to grow at -3.3% in 2019, this down from 3.5% in 2018, where higher oil prices were responsible for the higher revenue growth. We expect growth to recover to 3% by 2020.
Total Revenue Change
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(A) Upstream revenue is expected to come in at $52 billion in 2019, Royal-Dutch Shell's crude and natural gas output have been slowing, as the company looks to improve profitability, we expect revenue from the Upstream division to grow by 11% in 2020, with lower oil and gas prices, and lower output.
Upstream Revenue Change
(B) Downstream revenue grew from$206 billion to $277 in 2018. Downstream revenue is expected to come in at $277 billion in 2019. With demand slowing down we expect downstream revenue to grow by only 1.2%, in 2020. The fall in downstream revenue is largely as a result of tepid demand. A glut in refined products, led to slower growth in 2019.
Downstream Revenue Change
(C) Integrated gas revenue declined to $20.7 billion from $30.4 billion in 2019. Integrated-Gas revenues will decline further by 47% in 2019, down to $21 billion. The decline can be attributed to divestment's and lower production. We expect the divisions revenue to grow by 6% in 2020.
Integrated Gas Sales
Integrated Gas Sales Change
Factors Driving Changes In Integrated Gas Revenues:
Average volumes and average realized price of LNGLNG prices are expected to remain largely steadyLNG production is expected to fall significantly, with lower prices, and divestment affecting production.
LNG Production Volume
LNG Avg. Price Per Ton
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