National Galleries of Scotland ends links with BP over climate concerns

The decision means the BP Portrait Award 2019 exhibition opening on 7th December at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery will be the last staging of the annual event

BP invests $5m in carbon offset company

The investment will enable Finite Carbon to launch voluntary carbon offset programmes for businesses for sustainable forest management

BP to test technology to recycle plastic bottles repeatedly

The energy giant says it may offer the potential to divert billions of coloured PET bottles and food trays from landfill and incineration

EU approves UK oil major BP’s joint venture with China’s CNAF

The company will be active in the supply of aviation fuel in China

BP chief Bob Dudley to step down next year

He helped steer the oil giant back following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon which brought the company close to collapse

BP hit with £400k fine after oil spill in Shetland

Around 3.8 tonnes of ‘extremely flammable, unstabilised crude oil’ spilled on to the ground at Sullom Voe Terminal in December 2012

BP to use drones and thermal imaging to monitor methane emisisons

Gas cloud imaging technology has already been tested and installed in existing facilities such as the giant natural gas Khazzan field in Oman

BP to exit Alaska with $5.6bn sale to Hilcorp Energy

The transaction is part of BP’s plan to divest $10bn of assets over 2019 and 2020

BP and Reliance to form retail and aviation fuels partnership in India

The joint venture will be held 51% by RIL and 49% by BP and is subject to regulatory approvals

BP teams up with Chinese firm for EV charging infrastructure

They have already opened a pilot site in Guangzhou, with 10 fast charging units