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BP p.l.c. (BP)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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28.55-0.20 (-0.70%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
28.58 +0.03 (+0.11%)
After hours: 06:58PM EDT
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Previous Close28.75
Open28.54
Bid28.62 x 2900
Ask28.57 x 3200
Day's Range28.45 - 29.07
52 Week Range25.33 - 34.30
Volume7,768,572
Avg. Volume10,930,580
Market Cap97.88B
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.67
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.34 (4.36%)
Ex-Dividend DateAug 11, 2022
1y Target EstN/A
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-BP-chartered diesel tanker docks in Puerto Rican after U.S. waiver

    A ship carrying a cargo of diesel fuel initially barred from hurricane-hit Puerto Rico anchored at the island's Guayanilla port on Friday to unload under a Biden administration waiver, the Refinitiv Eikon vessel tracking service showed. The Marshall Islands-flagged tanker GH Parks, which loaded in Texas this month, was stopped from discharging four days ago by the Jones Act, a maritime law that requires goods moved between U.S. ports to be carried by U.S.-flagged ships. BP Plc, which chartered the vessel, said it submitted a waiver request with the U.S. customs service on Sept. 20 to allow for the diesel to be diverted from its original destination to Puerto Rico to assist with hurricane relief efforts.

  • Oilprice.com

    BP Restarts Offshore Oil And Gas Platforms After Hurricane Ian

    BP has restarted production at its offshore Na Kika and Thunder Horse oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico after redeploying previously evacuated staff

  • Reuters

    BP layoffs at Ohio refinery after fire indicate prolonged shutdown

    (Reuters) -BP Plc laid off most contractors at the approximately 160,000 barrel-per-day Toledo, Ohio, refinery it owns with Cenovus Energy Inc, according to sources familiar with the matter on Wednesday, indicating that the plant will experience a prolonged shutdown following last week's explosion and fire. The explosion killed two United Steelworkers members, identified as brothers Max and Ben Morrissey. The U.S. Chemical Safety Board is also investigating the incident, which it said additionally caused the release of sulfur dioxide and hydrogen sulfide and significant property damage.