Britain's Most Admired Companies 2011: No. 7 - Royal Dutch Shell

Oil giant Shell has been in the BMAC top 10 so many times that it has practically taken up residence.

by MT Staff
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

This year, it takes the overall award for Financial Soundness, which with Q3 profits of $7.2bn (more than double 2010’s equivalent figure) it might well. Under CEO Peter Voser, Shell has become exceptionally and predictably profitable. Next year’s nice little earner? Its lucrative new gas-to-liquid processing facility in Qatar is coming on stream.

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