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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bp Plc LSE:BP. London Ordinary Share GB0007980591 $0.25
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 2.55% 401.60 401.55 401.65 402.05 395.10 396.00 3,153,792 08:10:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 116,643.7 11,260.0 27.8 13.1 79,300

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/6/2022
06:47
Brent crude $116
charlie9038
27/6/2022
17:54
Sorry, but I can’t think of a better way to screw up the economy than screwing up the energy companies that support it!
f56
27/6/2022
17:23
f56, please stop.
smurfy2001
27/6/2022
17:20
Particularly at a time when all the oil workers have just left their companies!
f56
27/6/2022
17:18
Have a good think about the cost of oil infrastructure replacement under an inflationary environment. I think you will find it becomes a little bit unviable!
f56
27/6/2022
17:15
Really? What about the upkeep of oil infrastructure. Ever taken the cost of that into account? Or don’t yo think that it matters?
f56
27/6/2022
16:58
It makes them feel good. We see it a childish. A sad man in a bedroom, curtains drawn trying to be the big I am while doing the businesses in-between.
veryniceperson
27/6/2022
16:45
Always remember, oil debts have to be repaid!
f56
27/6/2022
16:41
Really? Have a good look at the books. There is so much debt in oil companies that you can forget about any recovery in the economy.
f56
27/6/2022
16:29
f56 filtered
nk104
27/6/2022
16:14
2008 two $ to the £ now a lot less,
wolansm
27/6/2022
16:11
In what percentage terms does the government take in tax per Ltr? Pretty high I would think. It's a win, win for them.
veryniceperson
27/6/2022
16:03
How many oil companies are about to go bust?
f56
27/6/2022
16:01
Are oil companies sinking in their own debt as well as the governments debt?
f56
27/6/2022
16:00
Are oil companies sinking in their own debt as well as government debt?
f56
27/6/2022
15:58
How much debt are oil companies in?
f56
27/6/2022
15:45
Lol Wolansm. Have a look at the GBP/USD rate. That’s the biggest difference.
trikytree
27/6/2022
15:28
I recall oil prices reaching more than $140 a barrel in previous years around 2007 or 2008 fuel has around £1 a litre so why the high cost now... it beggars belief how the uk government is allowing motorist to be robbed, mind you 40 p or so is just the vat..... All the more for our billionaires to have in there pocket
wolansm
27/6/2022
14:32
Fuel retailers accused of profiteering as UK petrol prices hit record Petrol reached new high of 191.05p a litre on Sunday, further fuelling cost of living crisis https://www.theguardian.com/money/2022/jun/27/fuel-retailers-uk-petrol-prices-record-high
smurfy2001
27/6/2022
11:21
Shortage of oil even after Russian supplies to India and China. Winter is nearer. DYOR as always.
action
25/6/2022
17:37
gwatson I too had noticed the refiner margin, the profits this qtr should be much better than last qtr (adding $4bn onto the $6bn last qtr would make $10bn - a PE of 2.3 for the Qtr!). BP are accruing the profits from Rosneft in the background too. UK is trying to help out the continent as much as possible as they have limited terminals for LNG so we are offloading as much as we can for them. I also like you was hoping they would extend the current buyback program so we will have to watch for this, BP did it in Q1 so there is precedent. Every buy back they do is at a 40% discount to where the share price should be so it's instantly beneficial, not just returning cash to shareholders.
planit2
25/6/2022
14:38
I had to read it a few times Mick before I really understood - so he’s suggesting a real opportunity to make a good profit, kind of a perfect storm?
adg
25/6/2022
13:40
Good read adg along with all the comments, I found this conversation on Twitter interesting as well. hTTps://mobile.twitter.com/PauloMacro/status/1540465502652350467 I am not sure I have ever seen a divergence in commodity markets to this degree, where the physical is undergoing extreme and growing tightness while related financial instruments are undergoing wholesale unrelated liquidation related to tightening financial conditions.
mickinvest
25/6/2022
11:02
Worth reading to the end - makes perfect sense and ultimately patience will be rewarded…. https://seekingalpha.com/article/4520009-energy-stocks-take-a-brutal-hit-where-to-next?mailingid=28171342&messageid=must_reads&serial=28171342.2875045&source=email_must_reads&utm_campaign=Must+Read+June+24%2C+2022&utm_content=seeking_alpha&utm_medium=email&utm_source=seeking_alpha&utm_term=must_reads
adg
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