BP is taking steps to safely resume production at our assets in the Gulf of Mexico and returning to safe, reliable and compliant operations. No further updates will be available.
Social media updates will be posted on BP America's Twitter account when a storm system is in or near the Gulf that has the potential to impact BP's operations.
BP Chief Meteorologist Ed Bracken explains how he and his team work together to forecast the weather around the company’s North American operations
BP is committed to safe and reliable operations in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, where it operates four large production facilities and drilling rigs, is one of the industry’s largest leaseholders and is a leading producer of oil and natural gas.
During the Atlantic hurricane season (June 1-Nov. 30) BP will be closely monitoring tropical storm activity and hurricanes that could impact our operations in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.
Please check this page for the latest information on BP's storm response activities.
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On every rig, in every plant, in every office – BP’s commitment to safety reaches all corners of the company
BP and its heritage companies have been at work in the Gulf of Mexico since the 1950s, and it has been exploring in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico (depths greater than 1,200 feet) for more than a quarter century