BP operates globally with business activities and customers in more than 100 countries and approximately 97,000 employees. We have exploration and production interests in 26 countries. Just under 40% of our fixed assets are located in the US and around 25% in the UK and the rest of Europe.
- April 16, 2009 - BP Sustainability Review 2008 provides a concise account of BP's responsible operations, environmental performance and its role in society, and demonstrates how BP is continuing to focus on three priorities: safety, people and performance.
BP Sustainability Report 2007 provides a concise account of BP's responsible operations, environmental performance and its role in society and also demonstrates how BP is focusing on three priorities: safety, people and performance.
May 8, 2007 - BP publishes its Sustainability Report 2006, covering the company’s approach to the broad theme of corporate responsibility, responsible operations, environmental performance and its role in society.
This report is intended to pro...
Hurricane Katrina on communities in Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi, BP announced that the BP Foundation has donated $1 million to the Red Cross and will also match the contributions of BP employees to the ...
London, United Kingdom - BP has launched its Sustainability Report 2004 which covers the company's business approach, environmental record and role in society. This year's report is entitled 'Making the right choices' because it focuses on the choices made in 20...
DENVER, Colorado - Colorado residents can breathe easier today thanks to an announcement by BP that it has selected the Denver metropolitan area, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins and Boulder as the latest U.S. cities to receive lower sulphur gasoline as part of BP's global Cle...
The first petroleum company in the world to recognize climate change as a threat to the environment, BP today becomes the only oil company to join the Alliance to Save Energy, which includes 70 other leading companies in their industries that are committed to promote energy ...
Seven global energy companies announced today that they have joined forces to research and develop advanced carbon dioxide (CO2) separation and geologic storage technology aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions. BP Amoco, Chevron, Norsk Hydro, the Royal Dutch/Shell Group...