BP Operating Income 2010-2022 | BP

BP annual/quarterly operating income history and growth rate from 2010 to 2022. Operating income can be defined as income after operating expenses have been deducted and before interest payments and taxes have been deducted.
  • BP operating income for the quarter ending March 31, 2022 was $-16.896B, a 332.38% decline year-over-year.
  • BP operating income for the twelve months ending March 31, 2022 was $-6.085B, a 43.32% decline year-over-year.
  • BP annual operating income for 2021 was $18.082B, a 183.17% decline from 2020.
  • BP annual operating income for 2020 was $-21.74B, a 285.72% decline from 2019.
  • BP annual operating income for 2019 was $11.706B, a 39.59% decline from 2018.
BP Annual Operating Income
(Millions of US $)
2021 $18,082
2020 $-21,740
2019 $11,706
2018 $19,378
2017 $9,474
2016 $-430
2015 $-7,918
2014 $6,412
2013 $31,769
2012 $19,769
2011 $39,815
2010 $-3,702
2009 $26,426
BP Quarterly Operating Income
(Millions of US $)
2022-03-31 $-16,896
2021-12-31 $4,793
2021-09-30 $193
2021-06-30 $5,825
2021-03-31 $7,271
2020-12-31 $1,849
2020-09-30 $958
2020-06-30 $-20,813
2020-03-31 $-3,734
2019-12-31 $1,152
2019-09-30 $874
2019-06-30 $4,016
2019-03-31 $5,664
2018-12-31 $3,164
2018-09-30 $6,163
2018-06-30 $5,556
2018-03-31 $4,495
2017-12-31 $1,856
2017-09-30 $3,521
2017-06-30 $1,469
2017-03-31 $2,628
2016-12-31 $1,101
2016-09-30 $1,810
2016-06-30 $-2,916
2016-03-31 $-425
2015-12-31 $-3,643
2015-09-30 $1,339
2015-06-30 $-8,248
2015-03-31 $2,634
2014-12-31 $-7,697
2014-09-30 $2,969
2014-06-30 $5,503
2014-03-31 $5,637
2013-12-31 $1,577
2013-09-30 $5,569
2013-06-30 $4,485
2013-03-31 $20,138
2012-12-31 $3,767
2012-09-30 $8,440
2012-06-30 $-1,599
2012-03-31 $9,161
2011-12-31 $11,379
2011-09-30 $7,724
2011-06-30 $9,077
2011-03-31 $11,637
2010-12-31 $8,905
2010-09-30 $1,916
2010-06-30 $-24,129
2010-03-31 $9,606
2009-12-31 $6,934
2009-09-30 $7,901
2009-06-30 $7,093
2009-03-31 $4,498
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - International Integrated $95.068B $164.195B
BP has come a long way since the Gulf of Mexico oil spill incident in 2010, which followed the explosion on the British energy giant's Deepwater Horizon rig. To combat its huge litigation expenses that stemmed from the disaster, the company embarked on a massive asset divestment program and relied significantly on debt capital. BP successfully settled all litigation with the relatively insignificant cash outlays remaining. BP has been banking on its strong portfolio of upstream projects. BP is also on track to capitalize on the global economy's transition to lower carbon fuels. The company has been investing in renewable energy business with a plan to ramp up capital spending for non-oil and gas business. In fact, BP has plans of becoming carbon-neutral by 2050. Its reportable segments now are: Oil Production & Operations, Gas & Low Carbon Energy, Customers & Products and Rosneft.It entered a non-binding MOU with?Eni to combine their upstream portfolios into a joint venture in Angola.
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