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BP plc
Public limited company
Treddit as LSEBP
FWBBPE
NYSEBP
Industrie Ile an gas
Predecessor Anglo-Persian Oil Company
Burmah Castrol
Standard Oil of Ohio
ARCO
Amoco
Foondit 1909 (as Anglo-Persian Oil Company)
1935 (as Anglo-Iranian Oil Company)
1954 (as British Petroleum)
1998 (as BP Amoco plc)
2001 (as BP plc)
Heidquarters Lunnon, Ingland,
Unitit Kinrick
Aurie served
Warldwide
Key fowk
Products
Production ootpit
3.6 Mbbl/d (570×10^3 m3/d) o BOE (2019)
Services Service stations
Revenue Increase US$ 303.73 billion (2018)
Increase US$ 19.38 billion (2018)
Increase US$ 9.58 billion (2018)
Tot assets Increase US$ 282.18 billion (2018)
Tot equity Increase US$ 101.55 billion (2018)
Nummer o employees
~74,000 (2019)
Subsidiaries
Wabsteid bp.com
Footnotes / references
[1]

BP plc,[2][3][4] sometimes referred tae bi its umwhile name Breetish Petroleum, is a Breetish multinaitional ile an gas company heidquartert in Lunnon, Ingland, Unitit Kinrick. It is the fift-lairgest energy company bi mercat capitalization,[5] the fift-lairgest company in the warld measured bi 2012 revenues, an the saxt-lairgest ile an gas company measured bi 2012 production.[6][7] It is ane o the sax ile an gas "supermajors".[8] BP is vertically integrated an operates in aw auries o the ile an gas industry, includin exploration an production, refinin, distribution an mercatin, petrochemicals, pouer generation an tradin. It an aa haes renewable energy activities in biofuels an wind pouer.

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  1. "Fourth quarter and full year 2018" (PDF). BP plc. Retrieved 2 March 2019. 
  2. BP (2012), p. 2
  3. "bp p.l.c." Companies House. Retrieved 24 April 2013. 
  4. "Across Atlantic, Much Ado About Oil Company's Name". The New York Times. 12 June 2010. Archived frae the oreeginal on 17 June 2010. Retrieved 17 June 2010. 
  5. "PFC Energy 50". PFC Energy. 2013. Retrieved 6 June 2013. 
  6. "Top 10 Oil & Gas Companies: Number 6 - BP". Oil and Gas iQ. 2013. Retrieved 6 June 2013. 
  7. "The World's 25 Biggest Oil Companies". Forbes. 2013. Retrieved 12 June 2013. 
  8. "Oil majors' output growth hinges on strategy shift". Reuters. 1 August 2008. Retrieved 15 March 2012. 

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