Shell Plc

Shell Plc SHEL

Dividend Summary

The next Shell Plc dividend is expected to go ex in 1 month and to be paid in 2 months.
The previous Shell Plc dividend was 21.57p and it went ex 2 months ago and it was paid 17 days ago.
There are typically 4 dividends per year (excluding specials), and the dividend cover is approximately 2.0.

Latest Dividends
Summary Previous dividend Next dividend
Status Paid Forecast
Type Quarterly Quarterly
Per share 21.57p (25c) Sign Up Required
Declaration date 28 Oct 2021 (Thu) 27 Oct 2022 (Thu)
Ex-div date 11 Aug 2022 (Thu) 10 Nov 2022 (Thu)
Pay date 20 Sep 2022 (Tue) 19 Dec 2022 (Mon)

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97%
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Dividend Yield Today
3.6%
The dividend yield is calculated by dividing the annual dividend payment by the prevailing share price
The table below shows the full dividend history for Shell Plc
Status Type Decl. date Ex-div date Pay date Decl. Currency Forecast amount Decl. amount Accuracy
Forecast Quarterly 28 Jan 2027 11 Feb 2027 22 Mar 2027 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 22 Oct 2026 05 Nov 2026 14 Dec 2026 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 23 Jul 2026 06 Aug 2026 14 Sep 2026 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 30 Apr 2026 14 May 2026 22 Jun 2026 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 29 Jan 2026 12 Feb 2026 23 Mar 2026 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 23 Oct 2025 06 Nov 2025 15 Dec 2025 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 24 Jul 2025 07 Aug 2025 15 Sep 2025 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 01 May 2025 15 May 2025 23 Jun 2025 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 30 Jan 2025 13 Feb 2025 24 Mar 2025 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 24 Oct 2024 07 Nov 2024 16 Dec 2024 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 25 Jul 2024 08 Aug 2024 16 Sep 2024 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 02 May 2024 16 May 2024 24 Jun 2024 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 01 Feb 2024 15 Feb 2024 25 Mar 2024 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 26 Oct 2023 09 Nov 2023 18 Dec 2023 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 27 Jul 2023 10 Aug 2023 18 Sep 2023 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 04 May 2023 18 May 2023 26 Jun 2023 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 02 Feb 2023 16 Feb 2023 27 Mar 2023 USD Sign up
Forecast Quarterly 27 Oct 2022 10 Nov 2022 19 Dec 2022 USD Sign up
Paid Quarterly 28 Oct 2021 11 Aug 2022 20 Sep 2022 USD 25c 25c 😄
Paid Quarterly 28 Oct 2021 19 May 2022 27 Jun 2022 USD 25c 25c 😄
Paid Quarterly 28 Oct 2021 17 Feb 2022 28 Mar 2022 USD 24c 24c 😄
Paid Quarterly 19 Feb 2021 11 Nov 2021 20 Dec 2021 USD 24c
Paid Quarterly 19 Feb 2021 12 Aug 2021 20 Sep 2021 USD 24c
Paid Quarterly 19 Feb 2021 13 May 2021 21 Jun 2021 USD 17.35c
Year Amount Change
2006 0.0p
2007 0.0p
0%
2008 0.0p
0%
2009 0.0p
0%
2010 0.0p
0%
2011 0.0p
0%
2012 0.0p
0%
2013 0.0p
0%
2014 0.0p
0%
2015 0.0p
0%
2016 0.0p
0%
2017 0.0p
0%
2018 0.0p
0%
2019 0.0p
0%
2020 0.0p
0%
2021 67.308823p
100%
2022 Sign Up Required
2023 Sign Up Required
2024 Sign Up Required
2025 Sign Up Required
2026 Sign Up Required

Shell Plc Optimized Dividend Chart

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Dividend Yield Today
3.6%
Optimized Yield
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52 Week High
5.7% on 02 February 2022
52 Week Low
3.4% on 23 May 2022
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About Shell Plc

Royal Dutch and Shell Transport completed their formal unification under a single new parent company Royal Dutch Shell in July 2005. Shell is best known for the exploration and production of oil and natural gas alongside its retail petrol stations across the UK. Shell’s other operations include producing petrochemicals that are used for plastics, coatings and detergents.

Sector
Oil & Gas Producers
Country
United Kingdom
Share Price
£23.79 (closing price on 05 Oct 2022)
Shares in Issue
7,156 million
Market Cap
£170.2bn
Dividend Cover
How many times is the dividend covered by company income. A cover of 1 means all income is paid out in dividends
2.0
CADI
The Consecutive Annual Dividend Increases - the number of years this company has been increasing its dividends
1
Market Indices
none
Other listings
Royal Dutch Shell 'B' (NL), Shell Plc - ADR (Representing - Ordinary Shares), Shell Plc - ADR, Royal Dutch Shell 'A' (NL), Shell Plc - Class B Shares, Royal Dutch Shell Plc - Class A Shares, Shell Plc - ADR (Representing Ordinary Shares - Class A)
Investor Relations URL
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Home Page URL
https://www.shell.com/
Dividend History URL
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Financial Calendar URL
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* Royal Dutch Shell's third quarter 2013 earnings, on a current cost of supplies (CCS) basis (see Note 1), were $4.2 billion compared with $6.2 billion in the same quarter a year ago. * Third quarter 2013 CCS earnings excluding identified items (see page 5) were $4.5 billion compared with $6.6 billion in the third quarter of 2012. * Compared with the third quarter 2012, CCS earnings excluding identified items were impacted by significantly weaker industry refining conditions, increased Upstream operating expenses and exploration expenses, as well as production volume impacts from maintenance and asset replacement activities. Earnings also reflected the impact of the challenging operating environment in Nigeria and lower dividends from an LNG venture. This was partly offset by higher contributions from Chemicals and increased underlying Upstream production volumes, led by Integrated Gas. * Basic CCS earnings per share excluding identified items decreased by 32% versus the third quarter 2012. * Cash flow from operating activities for the third quarter 2013 was $10.4 billion, compared with $9.5 billion in the same quarter last year. Excluding working capital movements, cash flow from operating activities for the third quarter 2013 was $9.9 billion, compared with $11.7 billion in the third quarter 2012. * Capital investment for the third quarter 2013 was $9.7 billion. Net capital investment (see Note 1) for the quarter was $9.4 billion. * Total dividends distributed in the quarter were $2.8 billion, of which $1.2 billion were settled under the Scrip Dividend Programme. During the third quarter some 45.5 million shares were bought back for cancellation for a consideration of $1.5 billion. * Gearing at the end of the third quarter 2013 was 11.2%. * A third quarter 2013 dividend has been announced of $0.45 per ordinary share and $0.90 per American Depositary Share ("ADS"), an increase of 5% compared with the third quarter 2012.
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Royal Dutch Shell's second quarter 2013 earnings, on a current cost of supplies (CCS) basis (see Note 1), were $2.4 billion compared with $6.0 billion in the same quarter a year ago. Second quarter 2013 earnings included an identified net charge of $2.2 billion after tax, mainly reflecting impairments (see page 6). * Second quarter 2013 CCS earnings excluding identified items (see page 6), were $4.6 billion and included a combined negative impact of $0.7 billion after tax related to the impact of the weakening Australian dollar on a deferred tax liability and the impact of the deteriorating operating environment in Nigeria. Compared to the second quarter 2012, CCS earnings excluding identified items were also impacted by higher operating expenses and depreciation as well as increased exploration well write-offs. Second quarter 2012 CCS earnings excluding identified items were $5.7 billion. * Basic CCS earnings per share excluding identified items decreased by 21% versus the same quarter a year ago. * Cash flow from operating activities for the second quarter 2013 was $12.4 billion, compared with $13.3 billion in the same quarter last year. Excluding working capital movements, cash flow from operating activities for the second quarter 2013 was $8.4 billion, compared with $9.5 billion in the second quarter 2012. * Capital investment for the second quarter 2013 was $11.3 billion. Net capital investment (see Note 1) for the quarter was $10.9 billion. * Total dividends distributed in the quarter were $2.8 billion, of which some $0.8 billion were settled under the Scrip Dividend Programme. During the second quarter some 56.2 million shares were bought back for cancellation for a consideration of $1.9 billion. * Gearing at the end of the second quarter 2013 was 10.3% (see Note 2). * A second quarter 2013 dividend has been announced of $0.45 per ordinary share and $0.90 per American Depositary Share ("ADS"), an increase of 5% compared with the second quarter 2012.
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Royal Dutch Shell's first quarter 2013 earnings, on a current cost of supplies (CCS) basis (see Note 1), were $8.0 billion compared with $7.7 billion for the first quarter 2012. * First quarter 2013 CCS earnings excluding identified items (see page 6) were $7.5 billion compared with $7.3 billion for the first quarter 2012, an increase of 3%. * Basic CCS earnings per share excluding identified items for the first quarter 2013 increased by 2% versus the same quarter a year ago. * Cash flow from operating activities for the first quarter 2013 was $11.6 billion. Excluding working capital movements, cash flow from operating activities for the first quarter 2013 was $11.5 billion. * Capital investment for the first quarter 2013 was $8.8 billion. Net capital investment (see Note 1) for the quarter was $8.2 billion. * Total dividends distributed in the quarter were some $2.7 billion, of which $0.8 billion were settled under the Scrip Dividend Programme. During the first quarter some 16.1 million shares were bought back for cancellation for a consideration of some $0.5 billion. * Gearing at the end of the first quarter 2013 was 9.1%. * A first quarter 2013 dividend has been announced of $0.45 per ordinary share and $0.90 per American Depositary Share ("ADS"), an increase of 5% compared with the first quarter 2012. * Comparative information in this Report has been restated following the adoption of revised IAS 19 Employee Benefits on January 1, 2013, with retrospective effect (see Note 2). Comparative information was not restated for other accounting policy changes (see Note 1) for which the impacts are not significant, including the adoption of IFRS 11 Joint Arrangements on January 1, 2013, which results in certain previously equity-accounted entities now in effect being proportionately consolidated.