|Bid||465.00 x 0|
|Ask||480.00 x 0|
|Day's range||467.00 - 475.55|
|52-week range||359.20 - 570.57|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.59|
|PE ratio (TTM)||4.35|
|Earnings date||01 Aug 2023|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.21 (4.43%)|
|Ex-dividend date||11 May 2023|
|1y target est||6.14|
A major dam at a hydro-electric power plant on the Dnipro river in the southern Kherson region of Ukraine has been blown up. Ukraine's military has accused Russian forces for the attack on the Nova Kakhovka.
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BP is planning to repurchase $1.75 billion in shares before declaring the results for the June-end quarter.
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BP is about to complete drilling the exploration well, which is in licenses 873 and 442 in the Yggdrasil area.
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A subsidiary of BP plc will pay a record-setting $40 million penalty to settle civil U.S. charges that its Indiana-based oil refinery violated federal laws aimed at curbing emissions of cancer-causing benzene in wastewater and other harmful pollutants, the U.S. Justice Department said on Wednesday. The DOJ will require the oil major to make significant investments to curb benzene pollution at its 134 year old Whiting, Indiana refinery, which has a history of violating federal regulations limiting benzene in refinery wastewater streams.
BP is considering buying stakes in biofuel feedstock producers and investing directly in farming ventures to secure supplies as the global race for the low-carbon fuel gathers pace, a senior executive told Reuters. Fuels made from vegetable oil, waste cooking oil and grease are expected to play a central role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions for the truck and aviation sectors where alternatives such as batteries and hydrogen remain elusive. The tripling is in line with forecasts from analysts at Barclays that predict global biofuel demand of 30 million tonnes by the end of the decade, compared with some 10 million tonnes now, and today's crude oil demand of around 102 million bpd.
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BP is ramping up oil exploration and drilling activity in frontier prospects as the energy giant tries to stem a decline in its oil and gas output after years of focusing on a shift to renewables to cut carbon emissions. The move comes as companies try to balance pressure to slash climate-warming pollution against a desire to capitalise on soaring profits from oil and gas sales, even as governments work to tame energy prices following Russia's invasion of Ukraine. BP said that on Monday it started drilling a wildcat, or exploratory, well far off the east coast of Canada which could open a new oil province in one of the world's most remote locations.
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An increase in oil-equivalent production volumes aids BP's earnings in Q1.
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Lower oil prices have played out in tandem with the regional banking turmoil.
BP is exploring a sale of two of the companies owned by its early-stage ventures arm in a move which could raise tens of millions of pounds. Sky News has learnt that the FTSE 100 company's Launchpad division has begun contacting prospective buyers of Lytt and Onyx Insight in recent weeks. Lytt transforms large amounts of data from sensors into actionable insights, which enables it to detect blockages in oil wells more efficiently.
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