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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
  0.10 0.04% 284.10 283.90 284.05 288.05 282.05 286.00 24,363,020 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 134,215.4 -18,203.6 -73.4 - 57,823

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21/5/2021
15:36
consumption adds up to 45.8 TWh•The corresponding annual carbon emissions range from 22.0 to 22.9 MtCO2•This level sits between the levels produced by the nations of Jordan and Sri Lanka
plastow
21/5/2021
14:48
'Global warming' has been suspect to me ever since Michael Mann grafted the (rising) modern instrumental temperature record onto his tree ring temperature proxy chart, just at the point when his tree ring temperature data showed a precipitous decline in temperature. He called this concatenation of data from two different sources the 'hockey stick'. His full series of tree ring data showed the hockey stick the other way up. No one who does that can be trusted to present any data in an honest way IMO. He's not the only so-called scientist out there who has developed 'religion' regarding anthropogenic global warming.
cassini
21/5/2021
14:41
Was coldest April in UK since 1922 and May looking like might break some records too.
spawny100
21/5/2021
11:43
Yea. Guess it time to start panicking as the ice has been decreasing since the last ice age. 😱
investorwil
21/5/2021
11:28
40 years is a very short timescale for any meaningful trend in geophysical processes. Try going back a little further. Https://notrickszone.com/2017/11/30/2-more-new-papers-affirm-there-is-more-arctic-ice-coverage-today-than-during-the-1400s/
spawny100
21/5/2021
11:23
"I am not so sure we can be certain about global warming if you consider the increase in the Arctic Ice sheet" Here is some actual data from the national snow and ice data center hTTp://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/files/2021/05/Figure3.png As you can see in the chart, snow and ice cover in the Actic has been decreasing for the last 40 years, the trend is very clear.
spacecake
21/5/2021
11:04
I am not so sure we can be certain about global warming if you consider the increase in the Arctic Ice sheet recently and the very cold spring with extensive High Pressure from Hudson Bay to Iceland and affecting the whole of NW Europe. Indeed can we not dismiss too quickly that the primary trend may still be cooling and not to forget solar cycles might be having temporary intermittent counter effects.destruction of rain forests fossil fuel pollution and concreting over vast areas for blocks of flats etc in large cities in China all contribute and we have to be ever vigilant! Meanwhile there will be continuing demand for the oil produce of companies like Bp but future growth likely to be more diversified but consumers will still have to pay for power and will not be any cheaper.
4spiel
21/5/2021
10:36
Dean you are correct It all started out as cooling and the danger of returning to an Ice Age, but that didn't fit so it became Global Warming, that didnt fit either so it became Climate Change, otherwise known as weather! and Spacie from your post it seems that the weather was warmer 50 years ago, certainly feels that way for me anyway, the big problem is "where are we to get all this Electricity from" and what sort of battery are planes going to have to use, even if every country in the world stops producing Internal combustion engines 2030 there will still be a lot of them about in 2040,
cliveb
21/5/2021
09:34
plastow, so true and when the car battery packs start to fail, which they will then we will all be looking for an old ICE motor to get about in. Unless of course hydrogen becomes the new power source of the moment, which could be very likely... will be a lot old battery packs to dispose of then by which time Greta will have grown up a bit and decide that we would have been better leaving things as they were!
optomistic
21/5/2021
07:21
hTTps://www.ft.com/content/f9a03568-1cb1-4218-a519-5fcbe528d03a Looks like the next 10 years will be an interesting ride.
spacecake
20/5/2021
21:37
As far as I can see this is still a good buying opportunity plus divi the world will still need gas and oil for years
plastow
20/5/2021
20:06
DeanForester20 May '21 - 16:36 - 95411 of 95413 0 2 0 Spacecake 19 May '21 - 15:06 - 95409 of 95410 Climate change has been discussed since the 1980's, Back then the main concern was global cooling. Back then I remember queuing in the street with a bucket for water during the 1976 Great British drought, but I guess that was just weather related :-)
spacecake
20/5/2021
19:48
Do you mean trade 25221 - UT trade 9,893,815 @310.30? - that was the uncrossing auction trade.
skinny
20/5/2021
19:04
Massive upside. Ongoing buying opportunity imho.
pander45
20/5/2021
16:41
Someone just bought nearly 10million shares, guessing it was BP
ashleyjv
20/5/2021
16:36
Spacecake 19 May '21 - 15:06 - 95409 of 95410 Climate change has been discussed since the 1980's, Back then the main concern was global cooling.
deanforester
20/5/2021
16:01
Looking to me that circa $200M remaining. The RNS stated 'around' $500M to 30/6. I expect a guidance RNS w/c 14/6 on qtr2 based on 2020 news flow ...my previous working of $720M being withheld from qtr1 ....$1.7B less $500M x 60%. The question is will BP up the buyback in this expected RNS. Otherwise we wait until early 3rd qtr.
gwatson56
19/5/2021
18:14
Unloved shares always perform better when the divi is higher (provided the business is producing the returns, which BP is). Short-term the theory holds that buybacks return capital to shareholders more efficiently ... I’m just not sure that it’s doing that in this market.🤷R05;♂️
cocopah
19/5/2021
15:15
Interesting your list of video's includes Bill Gates, his latest book 'How to avoid a climate crisis' is a good read, no mention of the GHG emissions from the information sector though, bitcoin mining or the water use in the microelectronics industry. The problem is human activity, it's not just oil, mining, steel production or farting bulls, it's humans.
spacecake
19/5/2021
15:06
Climate change has been discussed since the 1980's, atmospheric pollution has been well understood since before the clean air act 1968. If the successive UK governments had pulled their head out of the sand even 30 years ago there "huge challenge" would not exist. Anyway, Bloomberg is obsessed with crypto today, the planetary climate will have to wait.
spacecake
19/5/2021
14:07
No to Tory Socialism: UK faces ‘huge challenge’ readying itself for 2030 petrol car ban The Government faces a “huge challenge” phasing out new petrol and diesel cars by 2030, MPs on the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) have said. https://eandt.theiet.org/content/articles/2021/05/uk-faces-huge-challenge-readying-itself-for-2030-petrol-car-ban/
johnwise
19/5/2021
14:06
Why? are you implying a connection between BP and Barclays?
planit2
19/5/2021
13:36
'Misunderstood' BP becomes top European oil pick at Barclays - well, they would say that wouldn't they :-)
spacecake
19/5/2021
12:41
'Misunderstood' BP becomes top European oil pick at Barclays May 18, 2021 3:58 PM ETBP p.l.c. (BP) By: Carl Surran, SA News Editor49 Comments BP (BP -0.8%) is Barclays' new top pick among European integrated oil and refinery companies, with cash flow generation able to support a 10% cash return to shareholders via dividends and buybacks at $60/bbl, the best in the sector. Calling BP the "most misunderstood investment case" of the large-cap oil companies, Barclays analyst Lydia Rainforth says the upstream business may be shrinking in volume terms, but "a combination of high-grading and cost savings more than offsets this, contrary to what we think is perceived by the market." While investors will reward a switch to low carbon, for now it is the underlying business that will drive share prices higher, Barclays believes. "The aggregate cash flow of the traditional units is enough to allow BP to ensure competitive cash returns to shareholders, continue to reduce debt and invest in its low-carbon business," Rainforth writes.
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