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

BP and Bunge bond over bioenergy in Brazil

The joint venture aims to become a highly efficient producer of sugarcane ethanol and generate renewable electricity

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BP and Japan’s ITOCHU among new firms joining Hydrogen Council

That brings the total number of companies to 60, collectively representing more than €2.6tn in revenues

Greenpeace activists climb back on board BP oil rig

After police removed two protestors who had spent 70 hours blocking the rig from leaving Cromarty Firth, two more have replaced them

Greenpeace protestors board North Sea oil rig in protest against BP

Two climate activists climbed aboard the 27,000-tonne platform as it was towed out into the North Sea

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Greenpeace activists shut down BP offices ahead of AGM

Climate campaigners have locked themselves in heavy containers placed to block all entrances to the energy giant’s headquarters