Oil and gas giant Shell announced record annual profits of £32.2bn as many households are struggling to pay their household bills.
Shell has announced annual profits of $39.9bn (£32.2bn), doubling from a year earlier.
They also posted record fourth-quarter earnings of $9.8bn (£7.9bn).
The profits came due to bumper gas prices as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine led countries to trying to wean themselves off Russian fuel.
Shell chief executive Wael Sawan said: “Our results in Q4 and across the full year demonstrate the strength of Shell’s differentiated portfolio, as well as our capacity to deliver vital energy to our customers in a volatile world.
“We believe that Shell is well positioned to be the trusted partner through the energy transition.”
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