As profits double will Royal Dutch Shell start paying taxes for Scottish oil again?

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John Robertson
As profits double will Royal Dutch Shell start paying taxes for Scottish oil again?

As Brent crude hit $71 per barrel, after a whole year of prices well above production costs, Shell have reported a 47% increase in profits to $3.9 billion. Readers will remember that Shell paid no tax in the UK in 2016 but, rather, were subsidised by the Westminster Government. In the same year, they paid tax in every almost every other country they operated in. They paid Norway more than $4 billion dollars when Brent prices were as low as…

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John Robertson
As profits double will Royal Dutch Shell start paying taxes for Scottish oil again?