bp and Ørsted to build green hydrogen project at German oil refinery

A 50MW electrolyser will be powered by an offshore ‎wind farm in the North Sea and the hydrogen produced will be used in the refinery

bp pulls the plug on 65-year-old Australian oil refinery

The refinery will be converted to a fuel import terminal while the oil giant is also exploring options for a clean energy hub

BP starts gas production from Qattameya field in Egypt

It is expected to produce up to 50m cubic feet of gas per day

Energy majors partner to speed up offshore CO2 transport and storage infrastructure

The partnership will see the development of an offshore network to ‎transport captured CO2 emissions to offshore storage beneath the ‎UK North Sea

BP kicks off production at giant Oman gas field

The block, comprising of both Khazzan and Ghazeer, has the capacity to deliver around 35% of Oman’s total gas demand

BP buys US offshore wind assets from Equinor for $1.1bn

The oil giant will acquire a 50% stake in two projects, which are expected to produce enough energy to power more than one million homes

National Grid appoints Paula Rosput Reynolds as first female Chair

Currently Non-executive Director at General Electric in the US and Senior Independent Director of BP, she will succeed Sir Peter Gershon

BP ‘plans to sell London headquarters as working patterns change’

The building is BP’s global headquarters – more than 500 people were based there until the pandemic caused staff to start working from home

bp commits to offsetting CO2 emissions from all fuels sold in Portugal

The initiative is estimated to help offset more than two million tonnes of carbon every year, the equivalent of taking 400,000 cars of the road

BP agrees to sell petrochemicals business to INEOS in $5bn deal

The sale is the energy giant’s next strategic step in ‘reinventing BP’ and helping it become a lower carbon company