The countries

The seven countries represented by BP Europa SE


BP in Austria is one of the country’s leading suppliers of fuels and lubricants. At more than 300 branded fuel stations BP serves about 100,000 customers per day. The company also markets heating oil and jet fuel.


BP Europa SE branch in Belgium supplies a portfolio of high-quality lubricants and specialities to manufacturing, agriculture, inland shipping, garage and transport sector, workshops and consumers. Brands are BP and Castrol.

BP has a facility in Belgium for the production of lubricants in Ghent. BP Marine supplies fuels and lubricants to numerous shipping companies in amongst others, the ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge.

In Belgium, Air BP is represented on the airports of Zaventem, Deurne (Antwerp), Liege and Ostend, as well as on some smaller air stations. All kinds of aeroplanes, from aviation giants to small private crafts, can rely on Air BP for the supply of fuel and specific aviation lubricants.


Germany is one of BP’s most important markets in Europe. The BP group operates Europe’s second largest refinery system in Germany. BP’s subsidiary Aral is the number one in the Germany fuels market with its 2500 fuel stations while Castrol is the market leader in the lubricants business. More than 5000 people work at BP in Germany.


Air BP is one of the world's largest suppliers of aviation fuel products and services with operations at more than 800 locations in around 50 countries.

In Hungary Air BP provides aviation fuelling services at Budapest International Ferenc Liszt airport.


BP Netherlands is active in the field of Refining & Marketing and Alternative Energy. The  employees of BP Netherlands are involved in refining, distribution and marketing of fuels and lubricants. They serve customers in almost every sector, from road user (392 fuel stations), to large industrial organizations, agriculture, shipping industry and aviation. A separate department handles the production and supply of renewables.


Although BP only started operating in Poland in 1991, soon became the largest foreign oil company here. Its main business activities cover the distribution of fuels, lubricants and also LPG. With almost 400 service stations, BP in Poland is among the top 20 companies in the country having 9 billion PLN turnover for 2009.


BP ranks amongst the most important energy firms in Switzerland. Main activities cover the marketing of mineral oil products. Alongside providing fuels and lubricants through the company owned retail station network, BP also sells heating oil and jet fuel as well as managing supply and logistics operations. The retail station network covers 400 stations, of which 170 have a convenience store. BP in Switzerland also sells BP solar products.