Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
British Petroleum 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
  +4.30p +0.96% 450.25p 449.80p 449.85p 454.05p 447.35p 448.55p 24,647,503 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 148,202.6 -1,858.5 0.5 961.6 87,677.89

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/7/2017
23:42
PB Absolutely. Sometimes people just don't understand taxation. They have to get it somewhere. Amazing.
veryniceperson
20/7/2017
21:46
Electricity tax?
prambigear
20/7/2017
21:38
£27b per yr in fuel duty. Thats a lot of money for the UK govt to find if electric becomes popular. Its one of the largest revenue sources.
pineapple1
20/7/2017
21:32
Top 10 | Largest UK companies by revenue BP - $186,606m Legal and General Group - $105,235m Prudential - $96,965m HSBC Holdings - $75,329m Aviva - $74,628m Tesco - $74,393m Lloyds Banking Group - $65,208m Vodafone Group - $58,611m Unilever - $58,292m SSE - $37,813m Source: Fortune, July 2017
smurfy2001
20/7/2017
19:42
A pop to 470 would be a nice result on my open trade ;)
smurfy2001
20/7/2017
17:05
Good afternoon Bracke, pleased you have called in to see the forgotten shareholders of BP. I did see about the BP 'sale' but also I saw that BP had denied they were going to sell the North Sea assets. Will have to see which is the latest 'release'. In the meantime you could pop in occasionally and work you elite guru magic in here, pleased it has worked OK for you in the rental company :-)
optomistic
20/7/2017
12:41
Embrace the changing world Mercer95 BP has been in the 440-450 range for a month now.
strutt12
20/7/2017
11:30
All about the numbers strutt12, until the technology improves regarding battery life/ charging times petrol will be king in cities but I respect your opinion. BP is bouncing, I'm still holding.
mercer95
20/7/2017
11:09
Mercer95, few more than 3!! Changes are being made to the Source London EV charging network with 400 new charge points installed by the end of the year, and a new pricing structure due to launch next week https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/583918/onstreet-rapid-chargepoints-local-authority.pdf Token gesture...I think not. hxxps://www.sourcelondon.net/ Hammersmith and Fulham Councils hxxp://www.airqualitynews.com/2017/07/13/street-light-ev-charge-points-installed-hammersmith/
strutt12
20/7/2017
09:03
Brent Crude nearing 50 bucks.... disappointing share price!
pdriccio
20/7/2017
08:22
Strutt12 I think it's only a trail, 3 street lamps in Chelsea converted, another token gesture
mercer95
19/7/2017
16:32
Cheers smurffy.
veryniceperson
19/7/2017
15:50
Of interest:- 01 Aug 2017 Second quarter results and dividend announcement 09 Aug 2017 Ex-dividend
smurfy2001
19/7/2017
09:44
Mercer95 18 Jul '17 - 07:18 - 89238 of 89254 0 1 Can't see it working in London in any great numbers, no room for the infrastructure required to make e cars viable, you can barely find a parking space, where are all the extra charging points going if the numbers increase. They have already started to add charging points on street lamps.
strutt12
18/7/2017
18:38
Inflation drops to 2.6pc on back of lower petrol prices http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/07/18/surprise-fall-inflation-eases-squeeze-families/
smurfy2001
18/7/2017
18:38
Ecuador risks Opec split by increasing oil output https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jul/18/ecuador-opec-oil-output-production-cuts-price
smurfy2001
18/7/2017
12:07
The west (incl. Japan) has a typical car ownership ratio of around 60-80% per population. They typically "retire" their cars at around 10-12 years old (when the cost of keeping it on the road exceeds its depreciated value, which is usually around 5-10% of new at that stage). There is unlikely to much increase in ownership, simply replacement of retiring vehicles. It would seem reasonable that BEV's will penetrate reasonably quickly. Developing countries (C&S America, East Europe, West Asia) the ratio is more like 30-40%, and cars are on average older before they get retired. Ownership is increasing rapidly. It would take relative longer to replace the older cars with BEVs. Poorer areas such as Africa & East Asia car ownership is currently around 10-20% (although rapidly increasing). In these regions many of the 30-40 year old vehicles are still in regular use (as the cost of maintenance is much lower, and the environmental/safety standards are not as strict), although obviously the growth in ownership is increasing rapidly, although slower in absolute terms than above. In 2016 there were around 2 Million BEVs registered worldwide (0.2% of all registered cars & light vehicles). Around 0.7 MM new BEVs were sold (0.8% of total, c.900 <<). New BEV sales are increasing at around 30% per year(2015-16). All cars are increasing at around 3.5% per year (2010-16). If these trends continue, then by 2030 BEVs will make up around 10% of new sales, or 5% of all registered vehicles (total c. 1.4 Bn). By 2040 75% of new cars will be BEVs; or around 35-40% of all vehicles (total c. 2 Bn). These are my estimates from various published figures 2000-2016, incl. population growth rates estimates, regional ownership growth rates, ICE and BEV sales. Obviously it's dangerous to extrapolate historical trends too far into the future but it does give an idea of how quickly BEV could replace ICE cars.
steve73
18/7/2017
11:07
adamoo; financial calendar published on BP website
parvo
18/7/2017
11:01
Does anyone know when the results are out
adamoo
18/7/2017
10:41
It's ok looking at 'wealthy' nations, but that's not going to happen any time soon in Central and SE Asia, South America, Africa and other densely populated and underprivileged nations of the world, where oil will be king for generations.
parvo
18/7/2017
10:01
If you look at Norway +25% of cars sold there are electric. They can still charge for free. The electric revolution has already started. But l don't think the UK has the infrastructure or energy surplus to compete with Norway.
smurfy2001
18/7/2017
09:31
....no internal combustion cars to be SOLD. Slightly different from your post about no internal combustion driven cars.
alphorn
18/7/2017
09:25
Politicians will follow the lead from France hTTps://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jul/06/france-ban-petrol-diesel-cars-2040-emmanuel-macron-volvo We are talking only 23 years and NO internal combustion driven cars in Frogland Other politicians including the UK are gearing up (queens speech) Time for OIL BOD's to wake up and smell the coffee They need to diversify whilst they can before OIL becomes an obsolete fuel source As demand falls for OIL from the motor industry and transport industry ( diesel lorries ) the present over supply situation due to USA shale oil production will be exacerbated forcing OIL price lower. The big producers have been advised this is coming ..... proof I hear you ask Why do you think SA is now wanting to sell/float 5% of its OIL on to the market ? They are seeking a value of $2 Trillion for the whole 5% = $100 Billion More than the GDP of half the countries in the EU (not added together) They want their lolly now before things get worse So they can buy profitable businesses in the UK .... cheap due to a low pound They know that lower OIL prices are coming and OPEC cuts don't work any more due to Mr Trump
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