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Northern highlights: reasons to be cheerful in the North Sea

BP’s North Sea business is now on a path to sustainability and growth following two years of uncertainty amid falling oil prices

Conversations

  • 10 May 2017
    Future potential: how Mauritania and Senegal are set to become new players in natural gas supply

    It’s not every day that a brand new global supply of energy is unlocked. But that is what BP, in partnership with Kosmos Energy, is striving to achieve with a project to bring newly discovered natural gas resources off the coast of Mauritania and Senegal onto the world market. As this new partnership begins, BP Magazine asks regional president Emma Delaney what is involved in setting up operations in a new country.

  • 2 May 2017
    Prices, projects and production: BP CFO Brian Gilvary discusses 1Q results

    The highest Upstream production for half a decade and a conveyor-belt of major projects set for delivery – BP’s CFO Brian Gilvary looks back at a good start to the year and why BP is a sound investment for shareholders.

  • 27 April 2017
    Moving closer: BP’s Upstream and Downstream chiefs talk collaboration

    The debate has raged for years about integrated oil companies – and whether having both an Upstream and a Downstream really works. BP Magazine sits down with the company’s segment leaders Bernard Looney and Tufan Erginbilgic to discuss why having both parts matters, how sharing the science behind operations can unlock solutions, and what advantages learning from the inside can give you in a highly competitive industry

Locations

  • 22 March 2017
    Northern highlights: reasons to be cheerful for the North Sea oil and gas business

    Like other regions, BP’s North Sea business was affected by the fall in oil price over the past two years. But, as costs come down and new projects and exploration increase, the business is now on a path to sustainability and growth at lower prices. BP Magazine looks at the reasons for optimism up North.

  • 20 February 2017
    Juniper’s journey: from construction to installation - a new platform for Trinidad and Tobago

    With a platform weighing nearly 10,000 tons in the Caribbean Sea, BP’s Juniper is no small feat. The $2 billion subsea project in Trinidad and Tobago will bring up to 590 million cubic feet of natural gas per day to the country’s Petrochemicals and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plants, contributing to the energy security of the Caribbean island. Follow Juniper’s journey from construction to completion in pictures.

  • 3 February 2017
    Major plans: The BP projects set to come onstream in 2017

    From the waters of the North Sea to the deserts of Oman, BP's energy projects span across the world in some of the most remote locations. Now, as 2017 begins, it promises to be a big year for BP with seven major projects coming onstream expected to provide over 500,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boed) of new capacity by year-end. BP Magazine takes a look at the numbers behind these massive projects

Innovations

  • 10 May 2017
    Future potential: how Mauritania and Senegal are set to become new players in natural gas supply

    It’s not every day that a brand new global supply of energy is unlocked. But that is what BP, in partnership with Kosmos Energy, is striving to achieve with a project to bring newly discovered natural gas resources off the coast of Mauritania and Senegal onto the world market. As this new partnership begins, BP Magazine asks regional president Emma Delaney what is involved in setting up operations in a new country.

  • 2 May 2017
    Prices, projects and production: BP CFO Brian Gilvary discusses 1Q results

    The highest Upstream production for half a decade and a conveyor-belt of major projects set for delivery – BP’s CFO Brian Gilvary looks back at a good start to the year and why BP is a sound investment for shareholders.

  • 27 April 2017
    Moving closer: BP’s Upstream and Downstream chiefs talk collaboration

    The debate has raged for years about integrated oil companies – and whether having both an Upstream and a Downstream really works. BP Magazine sits down with the company’s segment leaders Bernard Looney and Tufan Erginbilgic to discuss why having both parts matters, how sharing the science behind operations can unlock solutions, and what advantages learning from the inside can give you in a highly competitive industry

Observations

  • 6 April 2017
    A year in numbers - 2016 in BP

    Flights in the sky, voyages across the sea, wheels on the ground – there are many parts of the world that BP reaches. As the organization's Annual Report for 2016 is launched, BP Magazine takes a look back at 2016, and explores the numbers behind a year – from the thousands of people who call BP their workplace to the geographical spread of operations

  • 6 April 2017
    Challenging carbon: six ways BP is taking action on climate change

    At the Paris climate conference (COP21), almost 200 countries adopted a global climate deal, looking to limit global warming to well below 2°C. How does an energy company like BP support this ambition while helping to meet the world’s growing demand for energy? Explore six ways in which BP is contributing to the solution – from calling for a carbon price to investing in innovation.

  • 25 January 2017
    What’s the outlook? The key issues for the energy transition

    As BP launches its latest version of the Energy Outlook 2035, chief economist Spencer Dale explains the headlines, from the impact of the mobility revolution to what’s required to meet the Paris Climate Agreement.