BP's Gas Power and NGL businesses are organized to deliver products and services needed right now.
Whether you’re an consumer, generator, local distribution company, bullish or bearish, seeking participation in market volatility or protection from it, we serve your needs from a foundation of physical supply, financial expertise and creditworthiness. BP combines a balance sheet that’s hard to beat with far-reaching access to both equity and non-equity supplies in North American producing hubs. This helps us reduce guesswork and act on what we believe is the best view of the market.
The North American NGL business is made up employees who transport, market and sell our NGL products. We strive to continue to deliver reliable and consistent service, and security of NGL and Sulphur supply to our customers.
Effective December 17, 1999, BP Canada (formerly BP Amoco) completed the purchase of all of the outstanding shares of the other shareholders. ProGas is now a wholly owned subsidiary of BP Canada. In addition, ProGas Limited has two wholly owned subsidiaries: ProGas Enterprises Limited and ProGas U.S.A., Inc. ProGas Enterprises Limited provides producer services to supplement the netback pool structure and offers fee based marketing and transportation service in Alberta. ProGas U.S.A., Inc. facilitates the importing of gas into the United States from Canada and manages transportation and gas transactions in the United States.