Dutch oil giant Shell's results may not match up to past records, but the company can celebrate that it is on the way back after two tough years.
The downturn, which began in 2015 and continued into 2016, where revenue sat at USD 272 billion and 242 billion respectively, now looks set to have turned around. In any case, Shell has now seen its revenue grow to USD 311 billion.
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