Shell announces again a record profit, with 11.5 billion dollars in the last quarter.

Shell reported record profit for the second consecutive quarter on Thursday as the energy giant continues to thrive on high oil and gas prices spurred by the war in Ukraine and other factors.

Shell, Europe’s biggest energy company, said its adjusted profit was $11.5 billion for the second quarter. The figure surpassed Shell’s previous record of $9.1 billion in the first quarter.

Shell said it would set aside $6 billion in the third quarter to buy back shares, a way to boost its share value, continuing a buyback program that stood at $8.5 billion in the first quarter. semester. The company said it would keep its dividend stable at 25 cents per share.

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