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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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01/6/2021
21:31
Potty Portside, why are you shorting the US dollar, you bellend?
klotzak
01/6/2021
17:57
Not convinced this is the late market correction, but the profits are rolling in.
klotzak
01/6/2021
17:30
Let's just hope now oil has double topped it gets above resistance and moves above 7113
plastow
01/6/2021
17:05
Electric cars are more are more a danger to global warming than petrol fact ,It's all a con ,And those that believe the scam are thick read about the problems with elec cars and the death of the battery's And the co2 to even make these large battery's
portside1
01/6/2021
16:52
From PowerEngineering ... "BP has reached an agreement to purchase 9GW of US-based solar development projects from independent American solar developer 7X Energy. The assets, to be developed through bp’s 50-50 solar joint venture Lightsource bp, will grow the company’s clean energy pipeline from 14GW to 23GW. Therefore, this project will push bp towards achieving its goal of 20GW renewable capacity by 2025. Dev Sanyal, bp executive vice president of gas and low carbon energy, said: “With this purchase, we are continuing to put our strategy in action as we grow our renewables business in a deliberate and disciplined way. It brings us 9GW of high-quality solar projects in markets where we can create integrated renewable energy offers through our trading and customer franchises.” The projects are spread across 12 US states, with the largest portfolios in Texas and the Midwest. Assets with a combined generating capacity of 2.2GW are expected to reach the final investment decision by 2025, with the remaining progressing by 2030. Once developed, these projects will have the capacity to generate enough clean energy to power around 1.7 million US homes. Dave Lawler, bp America chairman and president, said: “bp’s new high-quality solar portfolio will provide low carbon energy, create US jobs and deliver the competitive returns our shareholders expect. bp will pay 7X Energy $220 million for the projects and 1GW of “safe harbour” equipment and expects the acquisition to complete in 30 days. The projects are expected to meet bp’s disciplined low carbon investment criteria, generating returns of at least 8-10%." Mostly acquiring the rights and plans for projects, and maybe the land, rather than developments in progress, there is a serious investment required and it will take years to bring the first 2GW on stream let alone 9GW. Hopefully coupled with long duration storage. However this is a major decision by BP, a pretty busy ten year programme investing in offshore wind in the Irish Sea and off the NE coast of the USA, and now solar across the USA to go with Lightsource projects in places like Portugal, Greece and Australia. And a few solar farms in the UK ... the sun shines here too, we were generating nearly 9GW solar at lunchtime today, twice as much as from wind. I do not understand what "safe harbour" equipment means, anyone?
marktime1231
01/6/2021
15:27
It's a funny old beast . It will probably go down when oil falls below 70 even though it will be making massive profits even at 60!
meb123
01/6/2021
14:51
The share price still doesn't make sense to me. It's massively lagging the market, l have FTSE100 stocks up over 100%.
smurfy2001
01/6/2021
11:34
Non fossil aviation fuel under development, BP has a sustainable aviation fuel project. hTTps://www.bp.com/en/global/air-bp/news-and-views/views/what-is-sustainable-aviation-fuel-saf-and-why-is-it-important.html BBC write on 'Why electric cars will take over quicker than you think.' hTTps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-57253947 "By 2025 20% of all new cars sold globally will be electric, according to the latest forecast by the investment bank UBS. That will leap to 40% by 2030, and by 2040 virtually every new car sold globally will be electric, says UBS." BP need to be ready with more charging points than liquid fuel pumps at it's service stations.
spacecake
01/6/2021
11:29
BP Acquires US Solar Projects From 7X Energy for $220 Million
plastow
01/6/2021
10:00
Anyone else noticed the hazy skies now they are full of planes again? They have been deep clear blue on sunny days when planes weren't flying. It's obvious looking at some of the trails how they spread out to form a haze.
spawny100
01/6/2021
09:58
Morning Porto, filled me lawn mower up, should be able to keep the grass tidy now :-) Looking at the aircraft movements throughout the world I can see oil is going to be needed for a long time...and here's Loony doing his best to get rid of our production! I can see this green thing is essential but we must keep producing the black stuff. Hope everyone is enjoying this mornings global warming...
optomistic
01/6/2021
08:05
These are being manipulated
portside1
01/6/2021
07:52
Yes oil over70
portside1
01/6/2021
07:08
The only way is up, way under valued imo I have been adding at 300 area, for the retirement fund
ny boy
01/6/2021
05:45
bp's cashflow must be insane with oil at $70, buybacks need to be in the billions with the shareprice at £3.
hellscream
31/5/2021
19:55
Good article here on O&G and climate change and the inevitable oil spike that will result. Https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2021/05/31/vilifying-western-oil-companies-bad-way-fight-climate-change/
spawny100
31/5/2021
19:47
It's getting closer ever year to the power cut days That is why they want smart meters in every home When the last coal stations close and nuc goes down We have to cut the power to homes
portside1
31/5/2021
12:23
Rather than buybacks or dividend increases investing in the climate change transition plan would make more sense, get the transition over with as fast as possible, that would move the share price in the right direction and de-risk the energy mix.
spacecake
31/5/2021
11:46
Debts are often governed by payback rules as in, you can only pay off an agreed amount per year
ashleyjv
31/5/2021
11:37
This is why the ceo likes buybacks it gives him a bigger bonus To him it's better than the divs
portside1
31/5/2021
11:36
We the holders to not benefit from the small buybacks only the directors benefit , reducing debt does benefit holders
portside1
31/5/2021
11:28
Plastow yes very good for holders profits up they should now reduce debt not buy backs that only benefit the bod
portside1
31/5/2021
09:03
Crude at 6950 this must be a positive in BP share price and profits let's see if we can break 70 per barrel and push higher..??
plastow
30/5/2021
08:16
smurfy200130 May '21 - 05:20 - 95489 of 95489 0 0 0 Have BP cancelled the shares they bought back? Also yield is 4.8% dividend isn’t the issue right now but something else is! Where do you think that divi info might be, annual report perhaps ? Do you think institutional investors might be thinking that the BP board are a bit slow with their actions on climate change and that the recent climate change activity at other big oil companies means BP is dragging it's feet. If the BP share price continues to fall during a share buyback, what does that tell you ?
spacecake
30/5/2021
05:20
Have BP cancelled the shares they bought back? Also yield is 4.8% dividend isn’t the issue right now but something else is!
smurfy2001
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