Shell triples profits

The oil company is in line with industry trends after defying analyst expectations with strong figures in the year's second quarter. 

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Shell surged forward in the second quarter, reveals its latest Q2 report.

The British/Dutch oil major delivered an underlying profit of USD 3.6 billion which is more than triple the USD 1 billion delivered in the same period last year off the back of production which corresponded to last year with 3.5 million barrels daily.

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