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BP p.l.c., formerly British Petroleum, is an international British petroleum company headquartered in London. Worldwide, BP had consolidated sales of $396 billion in 2012 and employed 83,900 people. The company has proven reserves of 17.0 billion barrels of oil equivalent worldwide. The company owns around 20,700 petrol stations and serves 13 million customers every day. Due to an oil spill - triggered on April 20, 2010 by the BP-operated Deepwater Horizon drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico - the company was sentenced in 2015 by the US environmental agency USEPA to pay a record fine of $20.8 billion. A 2019 survey found that BP, with an emissions of 34.02 billion tonnes of CO2 equivalent since 1965, was the world's sixth-highest in that period.

With sales of $251.9 billion and a profit of $4.3 billion, BP ranks 36th among the world's largest companies according to Forbes Global 2000 (as of 2017). BP had a market cap of approximately $152.6 billion in early 2018.

Market capitalization of BP (BP)

Market cap: $89.81 B

As of March 2021 BP has a market cap of $89.81 B. This makes BP the world's 154th most valuable company by market cap according to our data. The market capitalization, commonly called market cap, is the total market value of a publicly traded company's outstanding shares and is commonly used to mesure how much a company is worth.

Market cap history of BP from 2001 to 2021

Year Market cap Change
2021$84.05 B18.98%
2020$70.64 B-43.92%
2019$125.97 B-0.42%
2018$126.50 B-9.12%
2017$139.19 B14.18%
2016$121.91 B26.47%
2015$96.39 B-17.36%
2014$116.64 B-22.24%
2013$150.00 B14.19%
2012$131.36 B-2.82%
2011$135.17 B-2.31%
2010$138.37 B-23.65%
2009$181.24 B24.22%
2008$145.90 B-36.77%
2007$230.75 B4.82%
2006$220.14 B-0.43%
2005$221.09 B5.52%
2004$209.51 B15.15%
2003$181.95 B20.01%
2002$151.61 B-12.81%
2001$173.88 B