All publications by tag «BP»
2019, October, 30, 09:20:00BP PROFIT $2.3 BLN
BP delivered strong operating cash flow and underlying earnings in a quarter that saw lower oil and gas prices and significant hurricane impacts. Our focus remains firmly on maintaining financial discipline and delivering safe and reliable operations throughout BP. We’re also continuing to advance our strategy, making strong progress with our divestment plans and building exciting new opportunities in fast-growing downstream markets in Asia.
2019, October, 4, 09:40:00BP: BOB DUDLEY STEP DOWN AS CEO
The Board of BP announced that, after a 40-year career with BP and over nine years as group chief executive, Bob Dudley, 64, has decided to step down as group chief executive and from the BP Board following delivery of the company’s 2019 full year results on 4 February 2020 and will retire on 31 March 2020.
2019, September, 25, 14:35:00KOGAS, BP LNG AGREEMENT
The volumes under the deal announced Tuesday, which calls for Kogas to buy 1.58 million mt/year of LNG from BP for 15 years starting from 2025, will be sourced from BP's commitments at Freeport LNG in Texas or Venture Global's Cacasieu Pass terminal in Louisiana,
2019, August, 28, 12:10:00BP SELLS ALASKA FOR $5.6 BLN
BP announced that it has agreed to sell its entire business in Alaska to Hilcorp Alaska, based in Anchorage, Alaska. Under the terms of the agreement, Hilcorp will purchase all of BP's interests in the state for a total consideration of $5.6 billion.
2019, August, 7, 11:50:00BP, RELIANCE IN INDIA
BP and Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) announced that they have agreed to form a new joint venture that will include a retail service station network and aviation fuels business across India. Building on Reliance's existing Indian fuel retailing network and an aviation fuel business, the partners expect the venture to expand rapidly to help meet the country's fast-growing demand for energy and mobility.
2019, July, 30, 11:05:00BP PROFIT $2.8 BLN
Strong financial results – Underlying replacement cost profit for the second quarter of 2019 was $2.8 billion, similar to a year earlier. The quarter’s result largely reflected continued good operating performance, offset by oil prices lower than in the second quarter of 2018. – Non-operating items in the second quarter of $0.9 billion, post-tax, related mainly to impairment charges. – Operating cash flow, excluding Gulf of Mexico oil spill payments, was $8.2 billion for the second quarter, including a $1.5-billion working capital release (after adjusting for net inventory holding gains), and $14.2 billion for the first half, including a $0.5-billion working capital release. – Gulf of Mexico oil spill payments of $1.4 billion on a post-tax basis in the second quarter were primarily the scheduled annual payments. – A dividend of 10.25 cents a share was announced for the quarter.
2019, June, 4, 15:05:00BP SELLS EGYPT
BP has agreed to sell its interests in Gulf of Suez oil concessions in Egypt to Dragon Oil, the Dubai-based oil and gas company. Under the terms of the agreement, Dragon Oil will purchase producing and exploration concessions, including BP’s interest in the Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company (GUPCO).
2019, May, 2, 16:10:00BP'S RC PROFIT $2 BLN
For the first quarter, underlying replacement cost (RC) profit* was $2,358 million, compared with $2,586 million in 2018. Underlying RC profit is after adjusting RC profit* for a net charge for non-operating items* of $252 million and net adverse fair value accounting effects* of $11 million (both on a post-tax basis). RC profit was $2,095 million for the first quarter, compared with $2,389 million in 2018.
2019, April, 22, 08:20:00AZERBAIJAN OIL PLATFORM $6 BLN
BP and partners have sanctioned the Azeri Central East (ACE) project, the next stage of development of the giant Azeri-Chirag-Deepwater Gunashli (ACG) oilfield complex in the Azerbaijan sector of the Caspian Sea.
2019, February, 18, 11:35:00BP: NUCLEAR POWER UP TO 3400 TWH
BP - The 2019 edition of BP’s Energy Outlook, published today, explores the key uncertainties that could impact the shape of global energy markets out to 2040. The greatest uncertainties over this period involve the need for more energy to support continued global economic growth and rising prosperity, together with the need for a more rapid transition to a lower-carbon future.