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BP Makes Gulf of Mexico Environmental Data Publicly Available

Access to data from the Deepwater Horizon Response and environmental assessment will lead to a better understanding of the condition of the Gulf

BP yesterday announced it is launching an effort to make a vast quantity of environmental data collected from the Gulf of Mexico publicly available and easily accessible.


BP Partners with The University of Texas on Leading-Edge Energy Research

Company commits nearly $4 million for new, jointly administered program initially focused on BP’s Project 20K™, increased shale gas recoveries and other areas.

BP announced it will commit $4 million to launch a new strategic partnership with The University of Texas at Austin to support several leading-edge oil and gas industry research projects, with the potential for increased contributions as new studies are identified in the future.  


BP: Second Quarter 2013 Results

BP announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2013. Underlying replacement cost profit for the quarter was $2.7 billion, compared to $4.2 billion in the first quarter of the year and $3.6 billion in the second quarter of 2012. Operating cash flow in the quarter was $5.4 billion.


BP: Shah Deniz targets Italian and Southeastern European gas markets through Trans Adriatic Pipeline

The Shah Deniz consortium recently announced that it has selected the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) to deliver gas volumes from the Shah Deniz stage 2 project to customers in Greece, Italy and Southeast Europe.

This is an important milestone in the Shah Deniz consortium’s multi-phased approach to the opening of the Southern Corridor. Initially the Southern Corridor will deliver up to 10 billion cubic metres a year (BCMA) of Shah Deniz natural gas to European markets.  


BP: Active Cleanup from Deepwater Horizon Accident Ends in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi

Following the extensive three-year cleanup effort, the U.S. Coast Guard is ending active cleanup operations in Mississippi, Alabama and Florida and announced that the three states are expected to complete the transition back to the National Response Center (NRC) reporting system by mid June 2013. The announcement is the result of the extraordinary progress made cleaning the Gulf of Mexico shoreline.

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