BP has a longstanding relationship with the US city of Chicago, with links that stretch back more than a century. Today, around 3.500 employees are based in the Chicago and northwest Indiana metropolitan area, making it the third most populated location anywhere in the organization.
The number of vehicles has increased four times over the past two decades in India, with more than 200 million vehicles on the road today. Our Castrol engine oils and lubricants at 150,000 outlets across the country help keep cars, trucks and motorcycles moving.
We began producing gas in Oman in 2017 and our field is expected to eventually supply 40% of the country’s daily gas needs. As well as providing energy security, we are helping to develop local skills and contributing to the country’s economic and social development.
The energy industry plays an important role in Trinidad & Tobago, representing more than one third of the country’s entire economy. BP has worked in Trinidad & Tobago for more than 50 years and today is the country’s largest producer of oil and gas.
We operate three major pipelines in Georgia that transport large volumes of oil and natural gas from Azerbaijan to markets in Turkey, Europe and further afield.
Located in the remote Papua Barat province, Tangguh is Indonesia’s second largest liquefied natural gas supply facility.
Our West Nile Delta project is expected to increase Egypt’s current gas production by 30% when it comes on stream in 2017.
BP has a long history of involvement in Iraq’s oil and gas industry which dates back to the first discovery of oil near Kirkuk more than 90 years ago.