British Petroleum

  • BP Extends EP Licences in Trinidad and Tobago

    BP Extends EP Licences in Trinidad and Tobago

    Thursday, 10th September 2020

    British Petroleum’s subsidiary, (BP) BP Trinidad and Tobago (BPTT), announced on September 9 the successful completion of negotiations with the Government of Trinidad and Tobago with regards to extending its pre-existing exploration and production (EP) licenses.

  • Iran, Total to Resume Oil Swap with Caspian Sea

    Iran, Total to Resume Oil Swap with Caspian Sea

    Monday, 19th September 2016
    Naftiran Intergraded Company Sàrl, Swiss-based subsidiary of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), and France's Total will sign oil swapping deal for around 200,000b/d.
  • Kuwait Signs Three LNG Import Deals Through 2020

    Kuwait Signs Three LNG Import Deals Through 2020

    Sunday, 10th April 2016
    Kuwait’s state-run oil firm has signed three contracts to import 2.5m tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) a year through 2020 to meet the country’s needs, a company official said.
  • PM Ismail Praised BP’s Operations in Egypt

    PM Ismail Praised BP’s Operations in Egypt

    Tuesday, 5th April 2016
    Egypt's Prime Minister, Sherif Ismail, received British Petroleum’s (BP) CEO Production, Bernard Looney, and Regional President of BP North Africa, Hesham Mekawi, in the presence of the Egyptian Minister of Petroleum, Tarek El Molla, in April, to discuss the company's growing activities in the oil and gas industry in the country.
  • First Oil Well 1,500 Meters Deep North of Damietta

    First Oil Well 1,500 Meters Deep North of Damietta

    Monday, 18th June 2012
    The first experimental offshore well has been drilled as deep as 1,500 meters north of Damietta in the Mediterranean as research indicated oil and gas reserves in this area, according to a report Petroleum Minister Eng. Abdullah Ghorab received from Eng. Mohamed Shoaib, the Head of the Gas Holding Company on means to promote oil and gas finds.