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27 Jul 2017 By Andy Critchlow

The Anglo-Dutch oil and gas giant beat forecasts in the second quarter. Earnings more than tripled to $3.6 bln from a year ago helped by its downstream refining business and recovering prices. With its debt falling also the big worry on the horizon is its stagnant production.

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