Supporting the U.S. economy
BP has a bigger economic presence in the United States than in any other country.
BP Wind Energy
BP has the largest operated renewable energy business of any major international oil and gas company.
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.
U.S. Pipelines and Logistics
BP Pipelines (North America) is a midstream business which owns and operates pipelines and terminal facilities in the lower 48 states and the Gulf of Mexico.
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.
Cooper River Chemicals
Located on the outskirts of Charleston, South Carolina, BP’s Cooper River Chemicals plant is America’s largest producer of purified terephthalic acid (PTA).
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.