Supporting the U.S. economy
BP has a bigger economic presence in the United States than in any other country.
The massive Mad Dog platform is BP’s only floating spar facility in the Gulf; the bulk of its 550 foot-long single column sits under water.
Cherry Point refinery
As the largest refinery in Washington state, BP's Cherry Point refinery supplies 20% of Washington and Oregon's auto fuel.
Marketing, trading and technology
BP's marketing and trading team markets the company's production and helps optimize the long-term value of its assets.
One of BP’s most prolific producers in the Gulf, the Na Kika platform is a hub for eight subsea fields, with more than 100 miles of infield flowlines that make up the gathering system.
A joint venture with Husky Energy, Inc., the BP-Husky refinery is a major provider of auto, jet and diesel fuel to the Midwest region.
The Thunder Horse is BP’s largest production and drilling platform in the Gulf; it can house nearly 300 workers in its living quarters.
Staff at BP's Whiting refinery just completed a multi-billion dollar modernization upgrade.