Shell made $9.13bn (£7.3bn) in the first three months of 2022, nearly triple its $3.2bn profit in the same period last year.
A video showing people fleeing in panic after family brings shell to Israeli airport has been viewed over 100,000 times.
Several oil and gas executives testified before Congress Wednesday, claiming that their companies have little control over the "market" that determines gas prices.
Large companies are continuing to blacklist Russia while others are remaining operational in the country.
The oil company said it would work with aid partners and humanitarian agencies to determine where the funds can be best distributed.
"We deplore Russia's military action that violates the territorial integrity of Ukraine and endangers its people," ExxonMobil said in a statement Tuesday.
Shell's exit from the country means that the company has pulled out of the controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline.
The video has been viewed more than 15 million times since being posted to TikTok.
The announcement comes after a hearing examining their alleged efforts to spread disinformation about the impact of fossil fuels on the climate.
When Congressman Ro Khanna asked the four Big Oil CEOs if they would leave the API if it continued lobbying against electric vehicles, they declined to answer.
When pressed by Congressman Ro Khanna over whether they would decrease oil production, the CEOs of Chevron and Exxon avoided answering the question.
The world's largest oil companies will answer questions before Congress on their alleged efforts to obscure the role of fossil fuels in global warming.
A Dutch court ruled that Shell needed to cut its carbon emissions nearly in half by 2030. One climate activist says the ruling will "change the world" and set a precedent for similar court cases moving forward.
The Anglo-Dutch energy giant said its Q1 net income had fallen by 46 percent as the industry grapples with a fall in oil demand driven by the coronavirus pandemic.
When reached for comment, Shell spokesman Curtis Smith pushed back on some of the assertions in the report.
She was taken to the hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Two adult women, two girls and a young boy are among the dead after the militia attack.
Villagers in the Niger Delta wanted to sue the petroleum company in London, not Nigeria.
"The Arctic is a unique treasure," Clinton tweeted. "Given what we know, it's not worth the risk of drilling."
The final permit came after the company repaired a ship essential to its exploration in the region this season.
The ship was headed to the Arctic for an oil-drilling mission before being forced to turn around.
Norwegian boss, who started in February, set to "move along" when takeover deal closes around early 2016.