Oil Price Slump Unbalances Majors' Budgets – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal
Oil Price Slump Unbalances Majors’ Budgets
Wall Street Journal
The fourth quarter tends to be weaker due to tax payments. Meanwhile, each $10 drop in the oil price knocks about $3 billion off Shell’s annual operating cash flows. That suggests another $2 billion hit at least in the final quarter of the year, if oil
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