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Q4 2019 BP PLC Earnings Release

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Rosneft says tax breaks for Vostok Oil would spur company development

BP Q3 Underlying RC Profit Falls To $2.3 Bln From $3.8 Bln

BP Ventures Invests $5 Million In Finite Resources


About BP plc

BP p.l.c. is an integrated oil and gas company. The Company owns an interest in OJSC Oil Company Rosneft (Rosneft), an oil and gas company. The Company's segments include Upstream, Downstream, Rosneft, and Other businesses and corporate. The Upstream segment is engaged in oil and natural gas exploration, field development and production, as well as midstream transportation, storage and processing. The Downstream segment has global manufacturing and marketing operations. The Rosneft segment has a resource base of hydrocarbons onshore and offshore. The Other businesses and corporate segment comprises the biofuels and wind businesses, shipping and treasury functions, and corporate activities around the world. The Company provides its customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, lubricants to keep engines moving and the petrochemicals products used to make everyday items as diverse as paints, clothes and packaging.


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1 St. James's Square


Executive Leadership

Helge Lund

Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board

Robert W. Dudley

Group Chief Executive, Executive Director

Lamar McKay

Deputy Group Chief Executive

Brian Gilvary

Group Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director

Susan Dio

Chairman and president - BP America

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BP Brazil head says future oil auctions unlikely to lure foreign players -paper

Foreign oil companies that have not joined Brazil's last two auctions of offshore "pre-salt" fields are also unlikely to bid next year, BP Plc's Brazil president told newspaper Valor Economico in an interview published on Wednesday.

BP invests in city transportation app Whim

BP <BP.L> is investing 10 million euros in Finnish transportation app Whim as the oil and gas company seeks to expand its role in a future low-carbon world.

BP eyes Brazil gas buildout, may swap LNG imports for domestic output

BP Plc <BP.L> wants to be part of an effort to build up natural gas infrastructure in Brazil, an executive said on Tuesday, and believes a power plant it is building in Rio de Janeiro could eventually be supplied by gas from offshore oilfields here.

FTSE down most in 10 days as UK heads for election, BP slides

London stocks slipped on Tuesday as the prospect of a December general election put investors in Britain in a cautious mood, while heavyweight BP slid on lower profits.

Breakingviews - BP’s new CEO can give investors a golden hello

Bernard Looney’s new job is already hard. BP’s incoming chief executive, who takes over next year, faces a dilemma over how to balance fossil fuels with a lower-carbon world. Third-quarter results on the surface complicate things further, but there’s a silver lining.

BP profits fall 40% as oil prices slide

BP's <BP.L> profits fell sharply in the third quarter, hurt by lower oil prices, but strong refining operations helped the company beat expectations even after taking a one-off $2.6 billion (£2.03 billion) charge linked to asset sales.

Oil prices finely balanced at $60/barrel, BP CFO says

Brent oil prices are finely balanced at around $60 a barrel but are more likely to move lower than higher in the near term due to U.S.-China trade tensions, BP Chief Financial Officer said.

BP, Hunting lead UK shares lower

London's stock markets eased on Tuesday as the prospect of a Brexit 'flextension' and parliament rejecting Prime Minister Boris Johnson's demand for an election before Christmas kept investors guessing and wary of taking more risk.

BP profits slump on weaker oil prices, but beat forecasts

BP's third-quarter profit dropped sharply, but still beat expectations, hurt by weaker oil prices, lower production and one-off charges linked to large divestments.

BP still aiming to close Brazil deal with Bunge in 2019

BP Plc is still looking to close its deal with Bunge Ltd to merge sugar and ethanol assets in Brazil in 2019, so the companies can go on to plan their operations together for the new cane season that starts in early 2020.

BP to test technology to recycle plastic bottles again and again

BP plans to build a $25 million (£19 million) pilot plant to test new technology the energy company says will allow plastic bottles and food packaging to be recycled again and again.

Departing BP boss Dudley plans to remain on Rosneft board

BP <BP.L> Chief Executive Bob Dudley on Thursday said he intends to remain on the board of Russian oil giant Rosneft <ROSN.MM> despite his plans to step down at BP next year.

Dragon Oil to invest $1 billion in Egypt's Gulf of Suez after buying BP stake

Dubai-based Dragon Oil Ltd said on Monday it had completed the purchase of BP's <BP.L> oil concessions in Egypt's Gulf of Suez and will invest $1 billion (£771 million) over five years to boost and extend their production.

A crude performance: Semi-naked climate activists protest BP art sponsorship

Visitors to a London portrait gallery were treated to an impromptu performance on Sunday when three semi-naked climate activists were doused with mock crude oil in a protest against arts sponsorship by British oil company BP.

BP raises Asian profile with Chinese acetic acid plant plan

BP <BP.L> is increasing its Asian presence with an initial agreement, or memorandum of understanding, with China's Zhejiang Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (ZPCC) to build a 1 million tonne a year acetic acid plant, BP said on Friday.

BP to shut West Chirag platform in Azerbaijan for maintenance

BP said on Friday it would shut down its West Chirag platform in Azerbaijan for 15 days starting on Oct. 15 for planned maintenance.

BP warns of third-quarter charges as it spurs $10 billion divestment target

BP will take charges of $2 to $3 billion (2.40 billion pounds) in the third quarter, the British energy firm said on Friday, as it looks to reach divestments worth $10 billion by the end of 2019, a year ahead of schedule.

BP expects $2-$3 bln charge as it near divestment target

BP expects to hit its $10 billion disposal programme by the end of 2019, almost one year ahead of schedule, which will however result in a $2-$3 billion charge in the third quarter.

BP, Shell among bidders in $800 million Brazilian oil auction

BP PLC, Chevron Corp and Royal Dutch Shell PLC are among firms that will compete for exploration and production rights off the Brazilian coast on Thursday, in the first of three oil bidding rounds scheduled for coming weeks.

BRIEF-BP Invests In Energy Management Platform Grid Edge


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