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Headquarters : Britannic House, 1 Finsbury Circus London EC2M 7BA United Kingdom United Kingdom web www.bp.com tel. 44-20-7496-4000 stock : BP analytics

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Jobs -19% /1998 Pollution 17 Fraud 3 Offshore 8 Sales 291 Bn $.€ /year Profit 132 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 342 *min. Influence 17 Infocom 10
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year
business
source
2006Europe's biggest oil company.Bloomberg
2006Third-largest oil company in the world.AFP
2006BP operates 2700 gas stations in Germany.Risal
country
address & contact : production type
incentive source
Angola Angola
Kizomba A :
 Les Echos
Armenia Armenia
Bakou-Tbilissi-Ceyhan (30%) : pipeline
 Les Echos
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Shah Deniz : Production, production annuelle de 8,6 milliards de m3 de ga
 AFP
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Bakou-Tbilissi-Ceyhan (30%) : pipeline
 Les Echos
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Caspian Oilfield (15%) : p?trole
 
Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
:
 Moskovski Komsomolets
Bermuda Bermuda
Amoco, Plaskon Electronic Materials, Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
China China
BP SunOasis Co. (joint-venture), Xi'an, Shaanxi Province : Production, develop, manufacture and sell high-performance solar photovoltaic modules
 
China China
Secco (50%) : raffinerie, craqueur 900.00 tonnes par an
 Les Echos
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Po Box 1191, Sharjah free zone :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
United States of America United States of America
Amoco Management Learning Center : universit?
 Global Learning Resources Inc.
France France
Fos sur Mer, 13 :
 
France France
Lav?ra, 13 :
 
Georgia Georgia
Bakou-Tbilissi-Ceyhan (30%) : pipeline
 Les Echos
Hong-Kong Hong-Kong
Amoco Chemical Asia Pacific Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Faroe Islands Faroe Islands
:
 Les Echos
United States Virgin Islands United States Virgin Islands
Amoco Caspian Sea Petroleum Ltd :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
British Virgin Islands British Virgin Islands
JV with TNK :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) The Telegraph
Iraq Iraq
Gisement de Roumaila : Production, 1 million de barils de p?trole/jour, 17,7 milliards de barils de r?serve
 Les Echos
Malaysia Malaysia
50250 Kuala Lumpur :
 
Mexico Mexico
Gisement "Tiber" dans le golfe du Mexique (62%) : Production, p?trole
 Les Echos
Oman Oman
112 Ruwi :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Mer du Nord, projet Ormen Lange, gazoduc 10,3% :
 Les Echos
Russia Russia
Chernogorskoye (25%) :
 Communiqu? de presse
Switzerland Switzerland
Zoug :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Swissinfos
Trinidad y Tobago Trinidad y Tobago
free zone :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Washington Times
Turkey Turkey
Bakou-Tbilissi-Ceyhan (30%) : pipeline
 Les Echos
Turkey Turkey
Castrol :
 US Government Country Business Profile
Venezuela Venezuela
Cerro Negro (Joint-venture) : Production, p?trole lourd de l'Or?noque
 Les Echos

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
source
2007Hayward, Tony
See the photo of: Hayward, Tony Chief Executive Officer;
2006Elmer Grote, Byron
See the photo of: Elmer Grote, Byron Chief Financial Officer; salary: 2,02 million US$;
2004Davis Jr, E B
See the photo of: Davis Jr, E B Chairman;
2003Allen, David
See the photo of: Allen, David Director;
2002Grote, Byron
See the photo of: Grote, Byron Director;
2002Manzoni, John
See the photo of: Manzoni, John Chief Operating Officer;
2001Julius, D S
See the photo of: Julius, D S Chairman;
2000Buzzacott, Mike
See the photo of: Buzzacott, Mike Vice-president;
Corporate Europe Observatory
1999Prosser, Ian
See the photo of: Prosser, Ian Director;
1999Sutherland, Peter
See the photo of: Sutherland, Peter Chief Executive Officer;
1998Browne, John P
See the photo of: Browne, John P Chairman of the Board;
1998Bryan, John H
See the photo of: Bryan, John H Director;
1998Fuller, Laurence
See the photo of: Fuller, Laurence Chief Executive Officer; salary: 3,82 million US$;
Forbes
1998Hayward, Tony
See the photo of: Hayward, Tony Chief Operating Officer;
1998Maljers, F A
See the photo of: Maljers, F A Director;
1998Massey, W E
See the photo of: Massey, W E Director;
1998Olver, Dick
See the photo of: Olver, Dick Chief Operating Officer;
1998Wilson, M H
See the photo of: Wilson, M H Director;
1994Miles, H M P
See the photo of: Miles, H M P Director;
1987Knight, C F
See the photo of: Knight, C F Director;
1987Nicholson, Robin
See the photo of: Nicholson, Robin Director;
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
2008
-5000
Internal restructuring:
AFP
2006
97000
2005
-2500
Internal restructuring:
Les Echos
2005
-35
Closure/Bankruptcy: France
Les Echos
2003
-1000
AP
2002
-225
BBC News
2002
-260
Reuters
2002
-80
Les Echos
2002
-800
Evening Standard
2002
-500
Les Echos
2002
-120
Reuters
2001
110150
2001
-1000
Financial Times
2000
-1500
AFX
1999
82500
AP
1999
-11500
AP
1999
-3000
Reuters
1989
-450
Canadian Labour Congress
year
country : consequences
source
2009 : BP noted 65 fatal accidents between 2001 and 2006, according to the lawyer for the plaintiff victims of the explosion of the AZF plant.Les Echos
2007United States of America : The oil and energy company BP recently received "a permit from the state of Indiana to dump more toxic discharges from its Whiting, Ind., refinery into Lake Michigan," reports Advertising Age. The permit, "which allows BP to dump 54% more ammonia and 35% more suspended solids" in the Great Lake, has "enraged" Chicago officials. Chicago's chief environmental officer remarked, "We'd like to have [BP] live up to their advertising." BP's rebranding as "Beyond Petroleum" has sought to associate the company with environmentally friendly initiatives. AdAge calls BP's move "the cardinal sin of touting an environmentally conscious image in marketing -- the central focus of BP's advertising for the past several years -- and failing to live up to the message." A company spokesman said BP had "started advertising in regional newspapers ... to clear up misconceptions about the issue." BP later said it would not increase its Lake Michigan dumping. Then, the Chicago Tribune reported that BP had requested and received an exemption from stricter soot emission limits.Advertising Age
2006United States of America : BP Plc's global management team knew of safety concerns at the company's Texas City, Texas, oil refinery before a deadly explosion last year, U.S. safety investigators said. Flammable vapors were discharged in eight instances between 1994 and 2004 from the same tank that caused the March 2005 explosion, the Chemical Safety Board said in a report. BP did not follow up on a 1994 internal action item to analyze the equipment, which dated from the 1950s, the regulator said. BP's global management was aware of problems with maintenance, spending and infrastructure well before March 2005,'' the board's chairman, Carolyn Merritt, said. BP's inaction caused ``a progressive deterioration of safety at the Texas City refinery,'' the agency said. The board makes recommendations to industry and cannot levy fines. BP agreed in September 2005 to pay a $21.4 million fine to U.S. workplace regulators because of the refinery blast. BP has resolved about 1,000 of roughly 1,300 lawsuits stemming from the incident.Bloomberg
2006United States of America Les Echos
2006United States of America Les Echos
2006United States of America : The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reached a $1.5 million settlement with BP and Shell for alleged violations of the motor vehicle fuels provisions of the federal Clean Air Act. EPA sets gasoline and diesel fuel standards under the Clean Air Act to reduce air pollutants such as smog, carbon monoxide and air toxics from motor vehicles. According to the complaint by the agency, the companies produced and distributed gasoline that failed to meet the regulatory requirements. Use of noncomplying fuel in motor vehicles can cause an increase in emissions that can significantly harm public health. The settlements resolve alleged violations of various fuel standards that occurred from 1999 through 2004 at retail outlets, terminals and refineries located throughout the United States.CorpWatch
2006United States of America : Corrosion caused two BP pipeline leaks that created a 340 m3 of natural gas and 900 000 liters of crude oil, the biggest spill on record, at Alaska's Prudhoe Bay.Reuters
2005United States of America : An explosion at an oil refinery in Texas City has killed at least 14 people and injured more than 100, rattled buildings and broke windows for miles around and sent residents of the heavily industrialized town beside Galveston Bay scurrying for cover. The blast occurred in an isomerization unit used to produce octane for gasoline. BP Plc has been fined $28,000 by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration for ``serious'' safety violations in January at a Texas refinery where an explosion in 2005 killed 15 people.Wired News
2005AFP
2005United States of America
2005United States of America Les Echos
2004United States of America : A large explosion and fire occurred in a gasoline-making unit at a Texas oil refinery. Citations for 14 alleged violations from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Fined 63 000 dollars.Wired News
2003United Kingdom : Among the worst repeat offenders: fined ?60 000 for 5 offensesThe Guardian
2001United States of America Les Echos
1995United States of America : An explosion on a refinery in Texas killed 15 workers in 1995.AFP
1982United States of America : Montana mining pit polluted with billions of gallons of acidic drainage, $87 Mln fineBloomberg
1978France

  • Subsidy

yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome buybacksource
2008   21,2   billion US$Les Echos
2007   291,4420,85   billion US$
2007 The European Union fined Repsol YPF and Cepsa more than 80 million euros each, AB Nynas Petroleum and Galp Energia up to 10 million euros for fixing the price of a key asphalt ingredient. The European Commission said the cartel fixed prices, sales volumes and market quotas from at least 1991 to 2002. The market was worth up to 286 million euros at the time. BP won full immunity and did not have to pay its 66.42 million euro "It is unacceptable that these companies cheated customers, public authorities and taxpayers in Spain for almost 12 years by carving up the market," said EU Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes. "The Commission will not tolerate such illegal activity by companies to swindle clients and we will continue to impose stiff penalties on offenders," Kroes said. As BP was the first company to come forward with information on the cartel, it received full immunity and did not have to pay its 66.42 million euro.     AP
2006   22   billion US$Les Echos
2006   15,5billion US$Les Echos
2006     Le Moniteur
2006     AFP
2005   19,31   billion US$AFP
2005     Les Echos
2005   0,014billion UK?Cercle Finance
2004     Les Echos
2004   16,2   billion Eu?Les Echos
2004     Lib?ration
2004   4,9billion US$BBC News
2003     Les Echos
2003   2billion US$The Telegraph
2002     Les Echos
2002   178,726,85   billion US$
2001     Les Echos
2001    
2001 Intentionally withheld supplies of gasoline from the market as a tactic to drive up prices. (US Federal Trade Commission)     Public Citizen
2001   174,228,01   billion US$
2000     AP
2000   17614,2   billion US$
1998   68,33,26   billion US$
1995 Accused fo bumping US West Coast oil prices by exporting Alaskan crude to Asia for less than it could have sold it to U.S. refiners.     CBS Marketwatch
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 26 informations, access to subscribers
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
2007Ongoing claims in the lawsuits filed in 2005 by people injured in an explosion at BP?s Texas City refinery allege that the company avoided upgrading its safety equipment by hiring a former state regulator to manage relations with state authorities, the Houston Chronicle reported. The plaintiffs argued that BP violated the state?s revolving door law when it hired Ruben Herrera, an air quality engineer formerly with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ), placing him in the position of promoting the air quality permit that he had worked on as a state regulator. : translateIntegrity in Science
2005BPAmoco has been privately lobbying in Washington to block legislation to introduce a mandatory curb on greenhouse gases in the US : : US Senate translateThe Independent
2003Right to drill in offshore oil field : amount: 111700 thousand US$ : Angola government translateAP
2001Access to foreign market (through MAI, WTO, GATS), prevent binding environmental regulations : USCIB (US Council For International Business) : : US Government translateUSCIB
2000Investment protection and market access (to Mexico and Canada through NAFTA), to Latin America (through FTAA). : Business Roundtable : : US government, senate, congress translateCenter for Responsive Politics
2000Market access (through WTO), cheaper energy (through energy liberalization in Europe); uniform rules to enable the patenting of plants and animals (through TRIPS); prevent advert legislation on chemicals, self-regulation instead; : CEFIC (European Chemical Industry Council) : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
2000Prevent binding environmental regulations (environmental protection through economic growth, self-regulation and free trade) : WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) : : United Nations translateCorporate Europe Observatory
2000market-based "solutions" to climate change: nuclear energy, pollution emission trading permit. : CEPS (The Centre for European Policy Studies) - Climate Change : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999 : amount: 84000 thousand US$ : Pr?sident du Kazakhstan translateLe Temps
1999Access to public services (privatization through GATS) : ERT (European Roundtable of Industrialists) : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Market access and investment protection (through WTO, GATS), avoid social and environmental rules : ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) : : WTO, GATS translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1998 : amount: 35000 thousand US$ : Ministre du P?trole, Kazakhstan translateLe Temps
1998Regulation favorable to company's interests : Contribution to Candidate's Political Action Committee : amount: 122 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1998Regulation favorable to company's interests : Contribution to Candidate's Political Action Committee : amount: 172 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1997Access to Nigerian market, oil, privatized companies. : Corporate Council on Africa : amount: 40 thousand US$ : US government, senate, congress translateMultinational Monitor
1997Legislation favorable to company's interests : Direct donation : amount: 482 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1997Legislation favorable to company's interests : Direct donation : amount: 3260 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
 17 informations, access to subscribers
year
dubious practice : image
source
2009slogan: BP Solar : l'?nergie au naturel;
2009slogan: L'?nergie est notre avenir, ?conomisons-la !;
2007: BP has registered the colour green in over 20 countries. However, the High Court of Australia has dismissed a bid by BP to have the green Pantone colour 348C used in its logo registered as its trademark.: Australian Financial Review
2005Disinformation: "has adopted a zero-tolerance policy toward negative editorial coverage." BPAmoco demands that "ad-accepting publications inform BP in advance of any news text or visuals they plan to publish that directly mention the company, a competitor or the oil-and-energy industry" and give BP "the option to pull any advertising from the issue without penalty.": Advertising Age
2004Arguable partnership: Don pour les victimes du tsunami 2,2 millions d'euros (entre autres ? l'Unicef et ? la Croix Rouge): value: Humanitaire; AFP
2003Arguable partnership: World Wide Fund: value: Environment; The Guardian
2002Arguable partnership: S?curit? routi?re: CB-News
2002Arguable partnership: Nature Conservancy: value: Nature protection; Washington Post
2002Arguable partnership: National Wildlife Federation: PR Watch
2001Arguable partnership: Forum for the Future: value: "Demonstrable commitment to the pursuit of sustainable development"; The Guardian
2000Disinformation: PR campaign with Schlickenrieder, Hakluyt & Company Ltd: ad budget: 0 million US$; public relations: SPR Watch
2000Arguable partnership: Global Compact with the United Nations: value: Respects human, social and environmental laws; ONU
1996slogan: Now with all-new specs.;
1995slogan: We live here too.;


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