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BP p.l.c. is engaged in the global energy business with operations in Europe, North and South America, Australasia, Asia and Africa. The Company provides customers with fuel for transport, energy for heat and light, power for industry, and the petrochemicals products used to make everyday items such as paints, clothes and packaging. The Company's segments include Upstream, Downstream, Rosneft, and Other businesses and corporate. The Upstream segment is responsible for its activities in oil and natural gas exploration, field development and production. The Downstream segment has global marketing and manufacturing operations, and include the fuels, lubricants and petrochemicals business of the Company. Rosneft is the Company's Russian refining business that owns and operates approximately 13 refineries in Russia, and holds stakes in three refineries in Germany, one in India and one in Belarus.
Oil & Gas Operations
1 St. James's Square
Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board
Group Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President - Finance
Chief Executive - Downstream
Executive Vice President - People and Culture
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(This 16th October story corrects BP role to clarify it did not invest in plant)
BP Plc <BP.L> on Monday said it has redeployed offshore personnel to facilities in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico and is in the process of returning to normal operations and bringing production back online.
London stocks were subdued on Monday as a dip in oil prices hit energy stocks, while investors remained cautious with Prime Minister Boris Johnson expected to set out new measures to try to contain the growing coronavirus crisis.
BP Plc <BP.L> said on Monday that it is evacuating non-essential personnel from its four offshore platforms in the Gulf of Mexico as a precaution against Tropical Storm Delta.
(In September 24 story, corrects projected U.S. shale output to likely struggling to achieve 7 million bpd by 2022 instead of likely falling by 4 million bpd in 2022, paragraph 4)
Fossil fuel consumption is set to shrink for the first time in modern history as climate policies boost renewable energy while the coronavirus epidemic leaves a lasting effect on global energy demand, BP said in a forecast.
BP Plc <BP.L> said on Sunday it evacuated non-essential workers from its Nakika and Thunderhorse platforms in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico because of the threat from Tropical Storm Sally.
BP entered the offshore wind market on Thursday with a $1.1 billion deal to buy 50% stakes in two U.S. developments from Norway's Equinor, a significant step by the oil firm towards its energy transition goals.
Norway's Equinor expects to book a profit of around $1 billion from its sale of a 50% stake in two U.S. offshore wind power developments to BP, a company executive told Reuters on Thursday.
BP, Shell and Chevron Corp on Friday said they had begun evacuating offshore oil facilities, with two tropical cyclones heading toward the U.S Gulf of Mexico as the already active 2020 Atlantic hurricane season heats up further.
London's FTSE 100 dipped on Wednesday as lower oil prices dented trading in energy stocks, while investors digested a surprise rise in domestic inflation last month.
An employee of BP Plc's Australian refinery who was fired last year for mocking management online using a well-known meme of Adolf Hitler has been awarded more than A$200,000 ($143,100) in compensation.
BP <BP.L> will need to invest tens of billions of dollars over the next decade and may have to accept lower returns than it can get from oil if it is to meet its target of becoming one of the world's largest renewable power generators.
BP <BP.L> is preparing to sell a large chunk of its oil and gas assets even if crude prices bounce back from the COVID-19 crash because it wants to invest more in renewable energy, three sources familiar with BP's thinking said.
BP Midstream Partners LP pipeline volumes fell roughly 10% in the second financial quarter as efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic slashed fuel demand, company executives said on Thursday.
BP cut its dividend for the first time in a decade after a record $6.7 billion second-quarter loss, when the coronavirus crisis hammered fuel demand, and it sought to win over investors by speeding up its reinvention as a lower carbon company.
A surge in BP shares after it laid out plans to cut its oil and gas output and boost investments in renewable energy offset disappointing earnings reports including from spirits maker Diageo, although European stocks closed largely flat.
Bernard Looney is betting BP’s house on his green energy ambitions. Besides cutting the dividend to free up cash for renewable investment, the chief executive of what is still essentially a 61 billion pound oil and gas company plans to reduce hydrocarbon production by 40%...
Energy group BP will increase its low-carbon spending to $5 billion a year by 2030 and boost its renewable power generation to 50 gigawatts (GW) while shrinking oil and gas output by 40% compared with 2019, it said on Tuesday.
European shares edged lower on Tuesday as disappointing earnings reports from Diageo and Bayer took the shine off a jump in growth-linked cyclical stocks, while investors awaited signs of progress on more U.S. fiscal stimulus.
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