BP PLC (BP)

3.60
+0.20(+5.89%)
  • Volume:
    2,320,867
  • Bid/Ask:
    3.59/3.60
  • Day's Range:
    3.40 - 3.62
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Germany
  • ISIN:GB0007980591
  • WKN:850517

BP Overview

Prev. Close
3.4
Day's Range
3.4-3.62
Revenue
112.59B
Open
3.4
52 wk Range
2.11-3.94
EPS
-
Volume
2,320,867
Market Cap
72.67B
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Vol. (3m)
1,111,881
P/E Ratio
-
Beta
-
1-Year Change
7.94%
Shares Outstanding
20,239,765,576
Next Earnings Date
-
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BP Plc Company Profile

BP Plc Company Profile

Sector
Energy
Employees
63600

BP p.l.c. engages in the energy business worldwide. It operates through Gas & Low Carbon Energy, Oil Production & Operations, Customers & Products, and Rosneft segments. It produces and trades in natural gas; offers biofuels; operates onshore and offshore wind power, and solar power generating facilities; and provides de-carbonization solutions and services, such as hydrogen, and carbon capture, usage and storage. The company is also involved in the convenience and mobility business, which manages the sale of fuels to wholesale and retail customers, convenience products, aviation fuels, and Castrol lubricants; and refining, supply, and trading of oil products, as well as operation of electric vehicle charging facilities. In addition, it produces and refines oil and gas; and invests in upstream, downstream, and alternative energy companies, as well as in advanced mobility, bio and low carbon products, carbon management, digital transformation, and power and storage areas. BP p.l.c. was founded in 1908 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

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  • 330 going
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    • Nice! Up it goes :)
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      • More discussion on Reddit at /r/BP_PLC/
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        • Adding to my position at these prices worth it for the regular dividend every 3 months
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          • oil over 76 this goes up 0.5% 🙄🤷
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            • until earnings this Titanic will be under 250. I'm buying it at 220
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            • noo i dont think will go under 300.there is no reason !
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            • covid chickens ? I always forget that it is the behaviour of the market that i have to predict, not just the real value of the share...
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          • people are short selling this ? 🙄
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            • This is way under valued here
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              • with oil over 60$ this should be possiblr to recover at least to 400
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                • And we have a dividend pay-out next week.
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                • yes thia stock is undervalued in my opinion and alot of expert see oil going to over a 80$ then bp need go at least to 500
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              • come on BP 2.9 billion profit you can do better than 0.6% increase ...
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                • lol... -0.3% after +3%....disguting
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              • earning must be good with oil over 60 $ ?
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                • TESLA ruined this beautiful stock. Buy the dip!
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                  • 309 soon these weeks bullish sentiments again stimulus package realising it
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                    • 376 above soon these weeks bullish sentiments again stimulus package infrastructure development
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                      • buy and hold for next 5 years
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                        • The second one is the growth story behind the Company. Since jet fuel is the most profitable segment of refinery business, and there are 3 strong reasons for Tupras to grow its jet fuel business compared to before pandemia. One is the increasing tendency in Turkey to use flight for transportation. That means aviation industry is growing for Turkish citizens. Second is the huge airport investment in İstanbul, one of the largest around globe, which will be the flight hube. That means increasing aviation business. The last one is the growing tourism in Turkey also means growing aviation business.
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                          • bp makes wind parks in the uk builds electric fuel station has shops and bought solar companies also starts making h2 fuel station
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                          • the moving in green ernergy really quick
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                        • Being cheaper compared to historical prices is one reason to invest in a Company however I'm also looking forward a growing story supporting the share increase. For instance I have invested in Tupras, it is the main refinery company in Turkey. It is the similar business with Exxonmobil. I invested in Tupras for two reasons. First one is that it is the 30% discounted to lowest price of last 10 years and one third of highest value before pandemia.
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                          • oil at over 65 now zhis stock has so much potential now
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                            • need go to 400 soon with if oil stays over 60
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                              • Hi mates! Fortunatelly I sold the shares yesterday so it was a nice decision, what do you think will be next for BP price?
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                                • Well done. Let's hope you can time getting back in well, as this is going to double over the next few years.
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                                • 450 when oil stays over 60
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                                • I hope you bought back in a few days ago.
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                              • Next step is the January high of 309.64
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                                • or 270 got a feeling cash is the king again
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                              • finally our time has come oil over 60 this need catch up
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                                • What is the future look for BP?
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                                  • No one can see the future but it is a no brainier for nice profit.
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                                  • oil is on the level precorona level allready peobably will go even higher after lockdown is over and inflation so bp must at least go to there level befor corona 400+
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                                • Emissions from Shell’s operations were 30% higher than BP’s over the last ten years. BP has more proved reserves compared with Shell and has also been consistent in maintaining it’s reserves volume over the last ten years. Shell in both efficiency and refining availability. BP has more cost-efficient upstream operations, with its ten-year average upstream unit production cost ($9.46bn per barrel of oil equivalent) being roughly 18% less than that of Shell ($11.64 per barrel of oil equivalent). BP’s refining availability is also higher at 94.87%, compared to Shell’s 91.66%. BP is more environment friendly than Shell BP has improved its focus on emissions and safety following the Deepwater Horizon explosion. The direct greenhouse gas emissions measured in millions tonnes of CO2-equivalent have consistently declined over the last ten years for the company, averaging at 55.67. Shell’s emissions were 30% higher on average, at 72.6, during the same period.
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                                  • This is a great company with superb management well positioned for energy transition and will emerge stronger after Covid. Best big oil by far..! Heavily investing in renewables and electricity.. Very strong balance sheet!
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                                    • SH Seo Oil will still be a big part of earnings for the forseeable future. Don't expect much profit if any from renewables until the latter half of this decade. But, they have two big oil projects coming online next year that should boost earnings, and 2.5 bill of savings, which should significantly boost EPS.
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                                    • Shell is by far the best oil major. Lower cost per barrel, market leader in LNG and marketing, strong trading unit and massive free cash flow even with a low barrel price. Additionally, they invest heavy in renewables and signed big projects with Microsoft and Amazon. What's positive for BP, it offers a higher dividend yield
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                                    • Planspiel GM ABSOLUTELY NOT TRUE Emissions from Shell’s operations were 30% higher than BP’s over the last ten years. BP has more proved reserves compared with Shell and has also been consistent in maintaining it’s reserves volume over the last ten years. Shell in both efficiency and refining availability. BP has more cost-efficient upstream operations, with its ten-year average upstream unit production cost ($9.46bn per barrel of oil equivalent) being roughly 18% less than that of Shell ($11.64 per barrel of oil equivalent). BP’s refining availability is also higher at 94.87%, compared to Shell’s 91.66%. BP is more environment friendly than Shell BP has improved its focus on emissions and safety following the Deepwater Horizon explosion. The direct greenhouse gas emissions measured in millions tonnes of CO2-equivalent have consistently declined over the last ten years for the company, averaging at 55.67. Shell’s emissions were 30% higher on average, at 72.6, during the same period.
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                                  • oil going up wo this must go up sooner or later
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