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BP Plc operates as an integrated oil and gas company worldwide. It operates through three segments: Upstream, Downstream and Rosneft. Read More The Upstream segment engages in the oil and natural gas exploration, field development, and production; midstream transportation, and storage and processing; and marketing and trade of natural gas, including liquefied natural gas, and power and natural gas liquids. It also owns and manages crude oil and natural gas pipelines; processing facilities and export terminals; and LNG processing facilities and transportation, as well as NGL extraction business. The Downstream segment refines, manufactures, markets, transports, supplies, and trades in crude oil, petroleum, and petrochemicals products and related services to wholesale and retail customers. It offers lubricants and related products under the Castrol, BP, and Aral brands to the automotive, industrial, marine, and energy markets; and petrochemicals products, such as purified terephthalic acid, paraxylene, acetic acid, olefins and derivatives, and specialty petrochemicals products. The Rosneft segment engages in the exploration and production of hydrocarbons in the United States, Canada, Vietnam, Venezuela, Brazil, Algeria, the United Arab Emirates, Turkmenistan, and Norway; and offers jet fuel, bunkering, bitumen, and lubricants. It also produces bioethanol, sugar, and biobutanol; exports power to the local grid; transports hydrocarbon products through shipping and chartering services. BP was founded by William Knox D'Arcy on April 14, 1908 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.
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Libya Oil Boss Sees Output Gain With Hope of BP Pumping Soon
(Bloomberg) -- Libya boosted crude production by a third after restarting its biggest field, and its top oil official sees further gains when companies like BP Plc invest and start pumping oil in the politically divided OPEC nation.
The Motley FoolMar 16
Better Buy: ExxonMobil vs. BP
BP (NYSE:BP) shortened its name from British Petroleum, which was what this integrated oil giant was known as when the Deepwater Horizon disaster unfolded in 2010. It was a devastating blow to BP and, frankly, the entire oil industry.
Yahoo FinanceMar 14
BP (BP) Gains As Market Dips: What You Should Know
BP (BP) closed at $43.93 in the latest trading session, marking a +0.23% move from the prior day. The stock outpaced the S&P 500's daily loss of 0.09%. Elsewhere, the Dow gained 0.03%, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq lost 0.16%. Coming into today, shares of the oil and gas company had gained 2.79% in the past month. In that same time, the Oils-Energy sector gained 2.32%, while the S&P 500 gained 2.35%. Investors will be hoping for strength from BP as it approaches its next earnings release. The company is exp...
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