At first glance, Shell's Q1 interim report does not appear to be one the company's best periods.
Shell, which calculates its profits from CCS (current cost of supplies) earnings, landed at Q1 profit of USD 5.3 billion against USD 5.7 billion in the same period last year – a 7 percent decline, which was also reflected in the company's key figures.
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