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Atlantic drift

2 May 2019 By George Hay

The Anglo-Dutch group had a more profitable quarter than Exxon and is better placed for a greener future. But its valuation lags that of its U.S. peer, which finds more new reserves. Investors seem to care more about how much oil is pumped now than when crude demand will peak.

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