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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Bp Plc BP. London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
10.85 2.89% 386.50 16:35:14
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
372.05 371.50 387.60 386.50 375.65
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Industry Sector
OIL & GAS PRODUCERS

Bp BP. Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
03/05/20221USX5.4631/12/202131/12/202212/05/202213/05/202224/06/20220
08/02/2022FinalUSX5.4631/12/202031/12/202117/02/202218/02/202225/03/202221.63
02/11/20211USX5.4631/12/202031/12/202111/11/202112/11/202117/12/20210
03/08/20211USX5.4631/12/202031/12/202112/08/202113/08/202124/09/20210
27/04/20211USX5.2531/12/202031/12/202106/05/202107/05/202118/06/20210
02/02/2021FinalUSX5.2531/12/201931/12/202018/02/202119/02/202126/03/202126.25
27/10/2020InterimUSX5.2531/12/201931/12/202005/11/202006/11/202018/12/20200
04/08/2020InterimUSX5.2531/12/201931/12/202013/08/202014/08/202025/09/20200
29/04/2020InterimUSX10.531/12/201931/12/202007/05/202011/05/202019/06/20200
04/02/2020FinalUSX10.531/12/201831/12/201913/02/202014/02/202027/03/202041.25
29/10/20191USX10.2531/12/201831/12/201907/11/201908/11/201920/12/20190
30/07/20191USX10.2531/12/201831/12/201908/08/201909/08/201920/09/20190
30/04/20191USX10.2531/12/201831/12/201909/05/201910/05/201921/06/20190
05/02/2019FinalUSX10.2531/12/201731/12/201814/02/201915/02/201929/03/201940.75
30/10/20181USX10.2531/12/201731/12/201808/11/201809/11/201821/12/20180
31/07/20181USX10.2531/12/201731/12/201809/08/201810/08/201821/09/20180
01/05/20181USX1031/12/201731/12/201810/05/201811/05/201822/06/20180
06/02/2018FinalUSX1031/12/201631/12/201715/02/201816/02/201829/03/201840
31/10/20171USX1031/12/201631/12/201709/11/201710/11/201721/12/20170
01/08/20171USX1031/12/201631/12/201710/08/201711/08/201722/09/20170
02/05/20171USX1031/12/201631/12/201711/06/201712/06/201723/06/20170
07/02/2017FinalUSX1031/12/201531/12/201616/02/201717/02/201731/03/201740
01/11/20161USX1031/12/201531/12/201610/11/201611/11/201616/12/20160
26/07/20161USX1031/12/201531/12/201604/08/201605/08/201616/09/20160
26/04/20161USX1031/12/201531/12/201605/05/201606/05/201617/06/20160
02/02/2016FinalUSX1031/12/201431/12/201511/02/201612/02/201624/03/201640
27/10/20151USX1031/12/201431/12/201505/11/201506/11/201518/12/20150
28/07/20151USX1031/12/201431/12/201506/08/201507/08/201518/09/20150
28/04/20151USX1031/12/201431/12/201507/05/201508/05/201519/06/20150
03/02/2015FinalUSX1031/12/201331/12/201412/02/201513/02/201527/03/201539.5
28/10/20141USX1031/12/201331/12/201406/11/201407/11/201419/12/20140
29/07/20141USX9.7531/12/201331/12/201406/08/201408/08/201419/09/20140
29/04/20141USX9.7531/12/201331/12/201407/05/201409/05/201420/06/20140
04/02/2014FinalUSX9.531/12/201231/12/201312/02/201414/02/201428/03/201436.5
29/10/20131USX931/12/201231/12/201306/11/201308/11/201320/12/20130
30/07/20131USX931/12/201231/12/201307/08/201309/08/201320/09/20130
30/04/20131USX931/12/201231/12/201308/05/201310/05/201321/06/20130
04/02/2013FinalUSX931/12/201131/12/201213/02/201315/02/201328/03/201334
30/10/20121USX931/12/201131/12/201207/11/201209/11/201221/12/20120
31/07/20121USX831/12/201131/12/201208/08/201210/08/201225/09/20120
01/05/20121USX831/12/201131/12/201209/05/201211/05/201227/06/20120
07/02/2012FinalUSX831/12/201031/12/201115/02/201217/02/201230/03/201229
25/10/20111USX731/12/201031/12/201102/11/201104/11/201119/12/20110
26/07/20111USX731/12/201031/12/201103/08/201105/08/201120/09/20110
27/04/20111USX731/12/201031/12/201111/05/201113/05/201128/06/20110
01/02/20111USX731/12/200931/12/201009/02/201111/02/201128/03/20117
02/02/2010FinalUSX1431/12/200831/12/200917/02/201019/02/201008/03/201056
27/10/20091USX1431/12/200831/12/200911/11/200913/11/200907/12/20090
28/07/20091USX1431/12/200831/12/200912/08/200914/08/200908/09/20090
28/04/20091USX1431/12/200831/12/200913/05/200915/05/200908/06/20090
03/02/2009FinalUSX1431/12/200731/12/200818/02/200920/02/200909/03/200955.05
30/10/20081USX1431/12/200731/12/200812/11/200814/11/200808/12/20080
28/07/20081USX13.5331/12/200731/12/200813/08/200815/08/200808/09/20080
29/04/20081USX13.5331/12/200731/12/200814/05/200816/05/200809/06/20080
07/02/2008FinalUSX23.5331/12/200631/12/200720/02/200822/02/200810/03/200845.5
06/02/2007FinalUSX5.2631/12/200531/12/200619/02/200721/02/200712/03/200721.07
24/10/20061USX5.2431/12/200531/12/200608/11/200610/11/200604/12/20060
25/07/20061USX5.3231/12/200531/12/200609/08/200611/08/200605/09/20060
25/04/20061USX5.2531/12/200531/12/200610/05/200612/05/200605/06/20060
07/02/2006FinalUSX5.2931/12/200431/12/200522/02/200624/02/200613/03/200619.92
25/10/20051USX5.0631/12/200431/12/200509/11/200511/11/200505/12/20050
26/07/20051USX5.1231/12/200431/12/200510/08/200512/08/200506/09/20050
26/04/20051USX4.4531/12/200431/12/200511/05/200513/05/200506/06/20050
08/02/2005FinalUSX4.5231/12/200331/12/200416/02/200518/02/200514/03/200516.1
26/10/20041USX3.9131/12/200331/12/200410/11/200412/11/200406/12/20040
27/07/20041USX3.8631/12/200331/12/200411/08/200413/08/200407/09/20040
27/04/20041USX3.8131/12/200331/12/200412/05/200414/05/200407/06/20040
10/02/2004FinalUSX3.6731/12/200231/12/200318/02/200420/02/200415/03/200415.52
28/10/20031USX3.8631/12/200231/12/200312/11/200314/11/200308/12/20030
29/07/20031USX4.0431/12/200231/12/200313/08/200315/08/200308/09/20030
29/04/20031USX3.9531/12/200231/12/200314/05/200316/05/200309/06/20030
11/02/2003FinalUSX3.8231/12/200131/12/200226/02/200328/02/200324/03/200315.64
29/10/20021USX3.931/12/200131/12/200213/11/200215/11/200209/12/20020
30/07/20021USX3.8831/12/200131/12/200214/08/200216/08/200209/09/20020
30/04/20021USX4.0531/12/200131/12/200215/05/200217/05/200210/06/20020
12/02/2002FinalUSX4.0631/12/200031/12/200120/02/200222/02/200218/03/200215.44
06/11/20011USX3.8131/12/200031/12/200114/11/200116/11/200110/12/20010
07/08/20011USX3.9131/12/200031/12/200115/08/200117/08/200110/09/20010
08/05/20011USX3.6731/12/200031/12/200116/05/200118/05/200111/06/20010

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
24/6/2022
17:17
marktime1231: Nice divi today. Thanks gw. So we should expect up to an extra $4B in Q2 on top of the super surplus in Q1. A $10B quarterly underlying profit. Cor blimey. Which makes the share price fall back from 440p to 380p even more puzzling, and strengthens the case to throw more cash in to the buyback as you say. And a 6c dividend?
23/6/2022
16:24
veryniceperson: This drop in share price with oil at 110 a barrel incredible. Dividend Day tomorrow buying more shares with divi.
19/6/2022
13:41
hazl: A positive on BP. from a S.Times article. Just a mention.
18/6/2022
08:04
biddy74: I really doubt they’ll do it but I’d like to see a special dividend next quarter. Calling it special means they can retain their expressed dividend policy. It also fits with the intention to return excess returns over $60 per barrel to shareholders. In the current climate investors have no interest in buybacks, they want cash in their pocket to counter inflation. That’s what will push the share price back up
09/6/2022
20:42
marktime1231: Pondering what BP might do if it happens to find a way to offload Rosneft for say $10B. A B-scheme capital return of 52c with a 10% ordinary share consolidation? Or a 24c special dividend and even more buybacks/debt reduction. By 2025 at current rate we are heading for just 15-17B shares in issue and sub $20B net debt anyway, so a capital return might be justified. Just dreaming but it is not out of the question. Someone in Asia with no qualms about buying Russian oil and gas and a post 2050 net zero target might fancy paying $10B for a 13% dividend stream, more at $120 oil price. Especially if we throw in last year's $1,300M as a sweetener. Why not.
09/6/2022
13:36
marktime1231: Profits are already extreme based on extraordinary prices. 3 x breakeven. 2 x the base case which Looney based his business strategy on. $60 per boe of pure surplus. But as we all know because we have seen it all before, this oil (& gas) super cycle cannot last. Demand will shrink and/or supply will rise. The peak may still get even higher but then it will decline. And as more renewables come on stream the long term decline in oil and gas needs to be prepared for. For now using the surplus cash to drastically cut debt, and to consolidate shares in order to steadily progress the dividend. What we do not need is a gratuitous cash hand out, nor do we want to re-inflate the dividend to something which would be unsustainable (again). To some extent the green lobby are right, diverting some of that cash in to bringing more renewables in to operation sooner would be the best for the planet. But we would be cutting our own throats, not just undermining the price of oil and gas but the returns from late-stage investment in renewables are not nearly so attractive. A balanced and long-term economics-led approach is necessary, while we still need oil and gas for at least 15 years. BP do not need to rush ahead. If governments want to change the economics then so be it. I expect BP will be announcing more major investment commitments to expand the far-horizon renewables pipeline, while keeping a lid on near-term capex. That said, I too would like to share more in the super surplus proceeds of the current bubble. Despite the tailwind of the exchange rate and an indexing dividend the yield has dropped below 4%. An inflationary increase to 6c per quarter would be very nice.
20/5/2022
11:11
gwatson56: Posted by Sekforde on LSE this Wednesday. "We have been told that the dividend will be increased by 4% so the forward yield is 4.2567%. But you have to include share buybacks when calculating yield. It is better than receiving a dividend because it does not have any immediate tax implications. And those share buybacks are running at almost 10% a year of the market cap. So the true forward yield to investors is about 14% at 430p as compared to 0.1% for cash. But whilst paying a yield of 14% the company is paying off the debt and investing for future increased returns." I also firmly believe that the share price will be much higher by year end. Just look at the refining margin of late (circa doubled between Q1 and Q2 this year). This equates to a very large amount of additional revenue.
05/5/2022
11:42
waldron: Note 9. Dividends Dividends payable BP today announced an interim dividend of 5.46 cents per ordinary share which is expected to be paid on 24 June 2022 to ordinary shareholders and American Depositary Share (ADS) holders on the register on 13 May 2022. The ex-dividend date will be 12 May 2022. The corresponding amount in sterling is due to be announced on 10 June 2022, calculated based on the average of the market exchange rates over three dealing days between 6 June 2022 and 8 June 2022. Holders of ADSs are expected to receive $0.3276 per ADS (less applicable fees). The board has decided not to offer a scrip dividend alternative in respect of the first quarter 2022 dividend. Ordinary shareholders and ADS holders (subject to certain exceptions) will be able to participate in a dividend reinvestment programme. Details of the first quarter dividend and timetable are available at bp.com/dividends and further details of the dividend reinvestment programmes are available at bp.com/drip. First Fourth First quarter quarter quarter 2022 2021 2021 ---------------------------------- ------- ------- ------- Dividends paid per ordinary share cents 5.460 5.460 5.250 pence 4.160 4.105 3.768 Dividends paid per ADS (cents) 32.76 32.76 31.50 ----------------------------------- ------- ------- -------
03/5/2022
19:47
topvest: I am no longer a direct shareholder in BP, but today's woke reporting on windfall taxes has been quite appalling in my view. The headline is just wrong and all the reporting today misleading and factually incorrect. BP lost cUS$20bn in the quarter, so this headline is total rubbish. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-61304001 Did they ask for money when the oil price was nearly zero?...no they did not. For once BP can make some money and pay down its debt pile, before the oil prices crashes again at some point. Ask BP shareholders if they feel they have had a windfall owning shares in BP. It's been a very difficult time for a decade or so. One does get the feeling that the BBC has decided what their mission is and then change the facts to support their argument. This is truly awful journalism. I actually feel sorry for BP. They can't do anything right.
13/4/2022
03:06
superiorshares: Spacecake. Why are you so keen on BP. To be in renewable. As far as I understand, you don't make money. Example . My friend has one of those Windmills on his farm . The money that generates comes from the taxpayer. You get a subsidy . I think it's set over a 20 year period . BP. Will be totally reliant on the Government of the day . The problem with the taxpayer funded route , they don't have any money left . ( please note the UK debt levels ).. The utility bills will grow to be enormous ! .. whilst the masses are struggling to pay that , the politicians will all be in their private Jets flying to Davos , cop26, 27 , 28 and on and on , G7, G11, G27 , poverty summits etc . I don't see a lucrative future for BP. From renewable ? Ps Has everybody realised why New build houses aren't fitted with Solar . Its so big business receive the Tax money from thousands of acres of solar panels anchored to the floor of agricultural land .. and I am the thick one 😀
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