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Royal Dutch Shell sets out new growth agenda 2012.02.06

The Hague, the Netherlands - February 2, 2012 - Shell today updated shareholders on progress against its strategic plan to generate profitable growth. In today's volatile economic environment, the company's strategic aim remains to drive forward with its investment programme, to deliver sustainable growth and provide competitive returns to shareholders.

Retail site with Shell V-Power fuel, Singapore.
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The Hague, the Netherlands - February 2, 2012

Shell today updated shareholders on progress against its strategic plan to generate profitable growth.

In today’s volatile economic environment, the company’s strategic aim remains to drive forward with its investment programme, to deliver sustainable growth and provide competitive returns to shareholders.

Doha City, Qatar, 2009. International cooperation has made it possible for Qatar to develop its resources of natural gas.
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Key highlights:

• Global economy and energy markets likely to see continued high volatility. Shell remains focused on through-cycle investment for sustainable growth.

• Delivery of underlying strategic drivers for 2012 targets established, underpinned by 14 project start-ups 2009-11, and Shell’s continuous improvement programmes.

• Shell declared ~$10.5 billion of dividends in 2011 and expects to grow the dividend in 2012, reflecting an improving financial position.

• Net capital investment in 2012 of $30 billion – 80% in Upstream - as Shell invests for a new tranche of growth.

• Measured increase in spending and payout underpinned by a new outlook for cashflow from operations for the period 2012-15 some 30-50% higher than the 2008-11 total.

• Growth outlook driven by over 60 new projects and options, maturing ~20 billion boe of new resources potential, including major projects in liquefied natural gas (LNG), deep water, tight gas, liquids-rich shales and traditional plays.

Aerial view of E11 Offshore Platform, Malaysia.
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Economic development in non-OECD countries is driving sustained and long term demand growth for all forms of energy.

Regulatory and political uncertainties, combined with challenges in debt markets, are adding to price and cost volatility in this long term trend.

Shell Technology Centre Amsterdam, Atrium.
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Shell is investing for sustainable growth through what is likely to remain a highly volatile period in the economy and energy markets
.

The company’s activities provide affordable, safe and reliable energy supplies for our customers, world-wide.

A female customer refueling at a UK based Service station, Farnborough, 2011.
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Delivering on targets to 2012

Shell’s three-year strategic plan, first outlined in early 2010, was designed to build the foundations for profitable growth for shareholders, by improving near-term competitive performance, and delivering growth to 2012.

Ferrari pitstop - Malaysia Formula 1, 8th - 10th April 2011.
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The main strategic drivers of this plan have now been achieved:


• Performance focus. A substantial corporate reorganization, launched in 2009, simplified the company, reduced costs, and created a platform for faster delivery of our strategy. In addition, we are driving the Downstream portfolio to improve returns and growth potential.

• Cashflow from operations excluding working capital movements was $43 billion in 2011 – reaching the headline target we had set for 2012 - rebalancing the company to surplus cashflow.

• Continuous improvement and capital efficiency are embedded in Shell. Disposals of $17 billion from 2009-11, and $15 billion of acquisitions are repositioning the company for new growth.

• Growth delivery. Shell has started up 14 new projects in 2009-11 – including the world class Pearl gas-to-liquids project in Qatar.

• Shell’s oil and gas resources base on stream has increased by 33%, or 3 billion boe, to 12 billion boe between 2009 and 2011. Maintaining a strong project flow, the company is maturing a further 20 billion boe of new resources for future growth.

Pernis, The Netherlands. Shell Pernis Refinery at dusk.
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Our headline proved Reserves Replacement Ratio for the year on an SEC basis is expected to be around 100%.


Our Organic Reserves Replacement Ratio, which excludes the impact of oil price movements in the year, acquisitions and divestments, is expected to be around 120%.

Port Arthur Refinery, Texas, USA.
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Shell’s CEO Peter Voser
commented:

“Shell’s strategy is innovative and competitive. Our improving financial position creates an opportunity to increase both our dividends and investment levels. With ramp up now well in hand for near-term growth, I want to move our agenda forward today, with new targets for the company.”

Peter Voser, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Dutch Shell.
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“We are delivering our growth plans. Today’s update sets a new and sustainable growth agenda for the company. We declared over $10 billion of dividends in 2011 and we are expecting to return to dividend growth for 2012. This reflects our confidence that there is more to come from Shell. ”

Shell Eastern Petrochemicals Complex by night, Singapore.
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Setting out new priorities

Voser commented:

“We have worked hard to generate a strong pipeline of investment opportunities for Shell, and we put the emphasis firmly on a competitive financial performance. Shell’s investment programmes create cashflow growth, which in turn funds our dividends. All of this is supported by efficiency gains from our continuous improvement programmes, where the opportunity set runs to billions of dollars for Shell.”

Perdido, Deep water project, USA.
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• Net capital investment will be some $30 billion in 2012, with over ~80% Upstream, of which 60% will be in North America and Australia. We continue to mature further development opportunities, with Final Investment Decision on 17 new projects in 2010-11. In 2011, the company has built new positions including Iraq gas, Asia Pacific LNG, liquids-rich shales, and new exploration acreage in 10 countries. This portfolio growth supports our increased investment program and updated growth outlook.

• Our cashflow from operations for 2008-11 was $136 billion, excluding working capital movements. Cashflow from operations should be some 30-50% higher for 2012-15 (Outlook assumes $80-100 Brent, improved North America gas and Downstream environment from 2011, and excludes working capital movments).

• Capital efficiency is a key part of Shell’s strategy. Divestments are expected to be $2-3 billion in 2012, with $17 billion of asset sales completed in 2009-11.

• In Upstream, the company expects some 250,000 boe/d of asset sales and licence expiries over the 2012-17 timeframe. Assuming these impacts play out, oil & gas production should average some 4 million boe/d in 2017-18, an increase of some 25% from 2011 levels of 3.2 million boe/d.

Natural gas is cleaned and processed into a range of gas-to-liquids products at Pearl GTL, Qatar.
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Growth investment

The key investment themes that underpin this profitable growth include over 60 new projects and options, which should unlock oil & gas resources potential of over 20 billion boe.

• Exploration. We continue to balance exploration drilling in established basins, with selective expansion into frontier acreage, and new plays such as liquids-rich shales. Our exploration spending increased by some 30% to $3.6 billion in 2011, excluding acreage purchases, and should increase a further 35% in 2012 to some $5 billion.

• Traditional developments in Shell’s heartlands will see $6 billion of 2012 investment. This includes extending the life of Shell’s mature heartland positions such as the UK North Sea and South East Asia. Around $3 billion of investment in this category will be in countries with large undeveloped resources positions - Nigeria, Kazakhstan and Iraq.

• Integrated gas. Shell has ~8 mtpa of LNG capacity under construction – all in Australia – an increase of ~40% over today’s position, with at least $5 billion of capital investment planned for 2012. In addition, Shell has some 15 mtpa of new LNG capacity under study.

• Deep water oil and gas spending in 2012 of some $4 billion, with 250,000 boe/d under construction, in 7 projects spanning the Gulf of Mexico, Brazil and Malaysia.

• Tight gas and liquids-rich shales. Shell continues to build a world-wide portfolio in these new plays, with 50,000 square kilometers in total, including an increase of 12,000 square kilometers in 2011 in liquids-rich plays. We allocate capital to these plays on a short term basis with a high degree of flexibility, driven by economics and affordability. Some $4 billion of world-wide development investment is planned for 2012, focusing on production from the lowest cost gas positions, and growing our liquids production. Production from liquids-rich shales has the potential to reach some 250,000 boe/d in 2017.

• In heavy oil world-wide, we are planning for $2 billion of 2012 spending, covering EOR, mining and upgrading activities. In Canada, Shell is investing in a series of debottlenecking projects in oil sands mining, which will add ~50,000 b/d by 2020. We expect to take final investment decision on a 1.1 mtpa carbon capture and storage project – Quest – in 2012.

• We continue to focus on operational excellence and selective growth in Downstream, with $6 billion investment planned for 2012. Commissioning is underway at the 325,000 b/d Port Arthur refinery expansion project, creating one of the largest refineries in the United States, at some 600,000 b/d. Shell is also looking at new manufacturing capacity options in North America, in Qatar and in China, as well as selective growth in marketing activities, and continued momentum in Brazil biofuels.

NorthWest SeaEagle LNG tanker.
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Enquiries

Shell Media Relations
International, UK, European Press: +31 70 377 3600

Shell Investor Relations
Europe: + 31 70 377 3996
United States: +1 713 241 2069


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Source: Royal Dutch Shell


http://www.shell.com/home/content/media/  



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Shell Headquarters in The Hague, the Netherlands.
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