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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
  -27.10 -7.86% 317.65 318.85 319.05 328.10 310.55 319.00 108,175,915 16:35:02
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Oil & Gas Producers 134,215.4 -18,203.6 -73.4 - 64,651

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/11/2021
21:29
It's already been said that it has mild symptoms compared to the original strain.
investorwil
28/11/2021
21:22
More scaremongering, you will have us all believe that the end of the World is nigh!
corby3
28/11/2021
20:44
Oil demand could now fall further imo: -------------- Omicron & What could now happen ------------- The action taken by Israel to close its country to foreigners should tell us something about how serious this Omicron threat is Israel was way out in front as a country in protecting its people by vaccinations It also is a country that is highly advanced in medicine/technology and what buywell would say as being 'ahead of the covid curve ' -------------------- In South Africa Omicron cases have recently quadrupled in the last two weeks with at 2 days ago — South Africa having achieved 27% vaccination rate " Dozens of top scientists in South Africa are closely tracking a new coronavirus variant, which harbours a large number of mutations, with cases reportedly almost quadrupling over a two week period." The Delta strain only doubled every two weeks This is why buywell agrees with those scientists that say Omicron is twice as transmissible as original Delta strain which was flown in over a period of two weeks from India remember --- when boris delayed banning flights too long and the WHO dillied and dallied in declaring Delta a VOC. The maths: Delta hit circa 50,000 cases a day roughly 16 weeks after initial case numbers were being quoted as circa 200 cases a day Omicron has the capability due to its vaccine escape properties to hit 50,000 cases in 8 weeks once the critical initial 200 cases a day number has been hit That is why it is so important to impose bans like Israel has done so as to buy time for the new vaccines to be made and distributed ========================================================================== NOTHING SHORT OF A TOTAL FLIGHT BAN WILL STOP MILLIONS OF CASES IN THE UK ========================================================================== If we go the same way as with Delta --- and current vaccines offer less than 50% efficacy against Omicron 16 weeks after 200 cases have been hit ---- without total lockdowns ---- the majority of the entire population will have Omicron 50K cases will become 200k cases after week 10 200K cases will become 800k cases after week 12 800k cases will become 3.2M cases after week 14 3.2M cases will become 12.8M cases after week 16 By week 17 going into week 18 after that critical 200 cases has been hit the majority of the UK could be infected unless severe mitigation measures are taken now However this is not he worst thing that might happen unfortunately imo --- buywell is looking into another possibility that could spring via Omicron It has rung bells due to the way these mutations have evolved by the swapping of various bits of the DNA of different types/strains For now Masks do not cut it and you don't even need to wear them in pubs or restaurants boris please speak to the Israelis and do so today We need to buy 6 months minimum to get prepared to fight Omicron with the right vaccines
buywell3
28/11/2021
19:41
WolfofHounslow, #6621 member since Nov 23 2021. More like Wolfie Smith of Tooting...
cassini
28/11/2021
18:26
We're going to see WTI in the high $50s before ever seeing it in the $90s.And that's a very healthy thing.You can thank me later.#OOTTSub 200
wolfofhounslow
27/11/2021
09:25
Mistake 289
plastow
27/11/2021
08:36
Charlie9038 25 Nov '21 - 18:43 - 6615 of 6618 0 0 0 Great report on Stockopedia about BP Https://www.stockopedia.com/articles/bp-are-analysts-backing-shares-in-bp-252164%7d/
waldron
27/11/2021
07:55
The board has announced the payment of a dividend following the 3Q 2021 results. The timetable is shown below: 3Q 2021 dividend information Dividend 3Q 2021 Rate US dollar cash dividend per ordinary share (in US dollars) US$0.0546 US dollar cash dividend per ADS (in US dollars) US$0.3276 Sterling cash dividend per ordinary share TBA Dividend event - 3Q 2021 Date 3Q 21 results and US dollar cash dividend announcement date 02-Nov-21 Ex-dividend date for ADS holders only 10-Nov-21 Ex-dividend date for ordinary shareholders only 11-Nov-21 Record date for 3Q 21 interim dividend 12-Nov-21 Scrip available No Election date: latest date for receipt of DRIP Dividend Mandate Forms/Elections for Ordinary shares 29-Nov-21, 5pm GMT Election date: latest date for receipt of GID Dividend Reinvestment Dividend Mandate Forms/Elections for ADSs Contact plan administrators - www.adr.com/bp Sterling cash dividend per ordinary share announcement date 7-Dec-21 Dividend payment date and first date of dealings in the new shares 17-Dec-21
adrian j boris
27/11/2021
07:50
S and P GLOBAL Platts Natural Gas | Oil | Metals 25 Nov 2021 | 15:33 UTC BP's Platina oil field comes online as Angola battles to fight output slump Highlights Platina will produce 30,000–40,000 b/d, connected to Greater Plutonio FPSO Third new oil field to come online in past seven months after Cuica, Zinia Phase 2 Angolan production tumbled to 17-year low of 1.07 million b/d in July Author Eklavya Gupte Editor Daniel Lalor BP has kick-started oil production from Angola's Platina deepwater field, providing some relief to the OPEC member, which is in the throes of an output slump. Not registered? Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The Angolan ministry of mineral resources, oil and gas and BP held a ceremony Nov. 24 marking the start of production at this field, the ministry said Nov. 25. The Platina field, expected to produce 30,000-40,000 b/d, is connected as a subsea tie-back to the Greater Plutonio FPSO in Block 18, from which the Plutonio grade is exported. That is welcome news for Angola, which has been facing an uphill battle to reverse its crude oil output decline. This is the third new oil field, to come online in Angola in the past seven months, after Eni's 10,000 b/d Cuica and TotalEnergies' 40,000 b/d Zinia Phase 2 projects. The ministry had previously said these recent startups could help stabilize its oil production at 1.30 million b/d over the next three years. Angola, which used to be Africa's second largest oil producer until early 2021, has its seen output tumble to a 17-year lows. Crude output has recently averaged around 1.10 million b/d, as it has suffered from technical and operational problems at some fields, aggravated by a lack of upstream investment and incentives. Upstream rebound The Platina field, which contains reserves of around 44 million barrels of oil, began production 44 days earlier than scheduled. The project, which comprises of four wells, will help increase the country's recoverable reserves, according to BP Angolan vice president Adriano Bastos. "It remains a mark of pride for BP in Angola. After nine years, [we] have first oil from a new project, and this opens up other opportunities. We have other projects online, like the new production center where we will have the first oil around 2026," Bastos said. "We hope that with this project, others will emerge and that we can have oil production [rebound] to the good of our country's economy," Angola's minister of mineral resources, oil and gas, Diamantino Azevedo said. Drilling by BP at Angola's Platina oil field in Block 18 only resumed in November, after COVID-19 delayed the development. Platina is the second project in Block 18 after the Greater Plutonio field began production in 2007. BP is the operator of block 18 with a 46% interest, while Sonangol Sinopec International (SSI) holds the remaining 54%. BP is also the operator of Block 31 offshore Angola and has non-operated stakes in blocks 15, 17, 20, and 29. It also has non-operated interests in the New Gas Consortium and Angola LNG. The coronavirus pandemic put the brakes on some of the country's exploration and drilling programs, as many oil companies have halted upstream work and reduced capital spending. But activity has picked slightly in the past year. BP, Eni, ExxonMobil and TotalEnergies have all recently resumed exploration and drilling work in the West African country The government is hoping to stabilize oil production at 1.3 million b/d over the next three years. The country, which typically produces heavy but sweet crude, has traditionally been among the top suppliers to China. But key fields like Cabinda, Dalia, Girassol, Hungo, Kissanje, Pazflor and Plutonio have all declined and matured at the same time.
adrian j boris
27/11/2021
07:44
waldron 26 Nov '21 - 19:17 - 19332 of 19333 0 1 0 Bp 317.65p -7.86% Royal Dutch Shell A 1,556.2p-5.66% Royal Dutch Shell B 1,556.4p-5.64% TotalEnergies 40.5 euros -5.93% Eni 11.53 euros-6.23% TULLOW OIL PLC (TLW) 43.47p -7.79% what a grey day
adrian j boris
27/11/2021
07:30
why is bp getting hit twice as hard of its peers? exxon down like 2% and is paying a full dividend costing it $12B a year.
hellscream
27/11/2021
00:50
I wonder if the 189 gap will be filled
plastow
26/11/2021
17:39
Brilliant ill be back
plastow
26/11/2021
15:55
Oil down 10% not sure what people are expecting.. back to 280 I'd say
losses
26/11/2021
08:48
African variant red listed, lock down,i've dodged a bullet, out of BP wednesday phew.
hasin
26/11/2021
08:48
don't forget they can still do what they are doing (buybacks every quarter and 4% increase on the dividend) if oil stays above $60. big over reaction imho! bought another 4250@ 3.16 20 mins ago. not sure if i will keep them as i have a fair number already. if i can get 3.30 today i'll be out but otherwise i may just hold
partenope
26/11/2021
08:41
Covid new variant. Its BS! https://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/other/virus-worries-knock-ftse-to-1-month-lows-british-airways-owner-sinks-15/ar-AAR9Nt2?ocid=msedgntp
charlie9038
26/11/2021
08:40
Grim day. Almost like they're making this variant stuff up to crash the markets for the Great Reset.
spawny100
26/11/2021
08:37
Very. What's going on it's everything.
veryniceperson
26/11/2021
07:36
Sometimes hellscream you are a silly Billy!
veryniceperson
26/11/2021
05:35
thats one way to get oil and inflation down, use covid as a weapon. just shows how BS this fake bug is. all you lot taking vaccines are dimwits. sheep bah bah bah
hellscream
25/11/2021
18:43
Great report on Stockopedia about BP
charlie9038
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