BP’s upstream operating segment includes four production platforms in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico and onshore assets located primarily in the Permian-Delaware, Eagle Ford and Haynesville basins. In 2018, BP produced 772,000 barrels of oil equivalent (boe/d) per day, making the company one of America's largest oil and natural gas producers.
BP’s downstream operating segment is made up of three refineries: Cherry Point, Washington; Toledo, Ohio; and Whiting, Indiana. In addition, BP owns two petrochemical sites in Cooper River, S.C. and Texas City, Texas.
From coast to coast, BP provides Americans with fuels, lubricants and other products essential to modern transportation, including a growing number of lower-carbon and carbon-neutral products.
In 2018, BP delivered some 13.3 billion gallons of fuel to American consumers, including 7.3 billion gallons of BP-branded fuel
Through its vast retail business, which spans communities from New York to San Francisco, BP provides fuel and related services for American consumers
BP’s marketing and trading team buy and sell everything from oil and natural gas to power and financial derivative
BP’s petrochemical facilities produce a range of materials – including BP-invented purified terephthalic acid, paraxylene and naphthalene dicarboxylate
BP focuses on wind and biofuels, businesses that are material, scalable and suited to BP’s core capabilities
Through its venturing arm, BP helps create and support new low carbon businesses and promising technologies