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Shell smashes record again with $11.5 bln profit

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Shell reported adjusted earnings of $11.5 billion, making it back-to-back record quarters for the oil giant. Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden said high oil and gas prices aren't the sole reason for the company's record profits. He did however acknowledge that Shell's profits are substantial and that it has a responsibility to help the UK's energy security push.
4 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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