BP Return on Tangible Equity 2010-2024 | BP

Current and historical return on tangible equity values for BP (BP) over the last 10 years. Return on tangible equity can be defined as the amount of net income returned as a percentage of shareholders equity, after subtracting intangible assets, goodwill and preferred equity.
BP Return On Tangible Equity Historical Data
Date TTM Net Income Tangible Equity Return on Tangible Equity
2024-03-31 $9.29B $62.55B 14.64%
2023-12-31 $15.24B $63.03B 23.79%
2023-09-30 $25.67B $65.40B 40.42%
2023-06-30 $18.65B $62.95B 30.50%
2023-03-31 $26.11B $64.88B 42.59%
2022-12-31 $-2.49B $60.83B -4.14%
2022-09-30 $-10.97B $55.88B -17.44%
2022-06-30 $-11.35B $63.67B -17.06%
2022-03-31 $-17.49B $60.28B -25.26%
2021-12-31 $7.56B $71.62B 10.48%
2021-09-30 $6.60B $70.58B 9.29%
2021-06-30 $8.69B $74.50B 12.55%
2021-03-31 $-11.27B $71.98B -16.90%
2020-12-31 $-20.31B $67.00B -31.47%
2020-09-30 $-21.64B $63.41B -32.74%
2020-06-30 $-21.94B $64.47B -32.01%
2020-03-31 $-3.27B $63.23B -4.59%
2019-12-31 $4.03B $73.30B 5.42%
2019-09-30 $4.77B $73.22B 6.46%
2019-06-30 $8.87B $75.83B 11.96%
2019-03-31 $9.85B $74.55B 13.42%
2018-12-31 $9.38B $72.06B 12.88%
2018-09-30 $8.64B $74.29B 11.92%
2018-06-30 $7.06B $72.64B 9.89%
2018-03-31 $4.41B $72.45B 6.24%
2017-12-31 $3.39B $70.50B 4.84%
2017-09-30 $3.86B $70.04B 5.57%
2017-06-30 $3.71B $69.67B 5.47%
2017-03-31 $2.15B $69.66B 3.23%
2016-12-31 $0.11B $67.47B 0.17%
2016-09-30 $-3.69B $64.43B -5.60%
2016-06-30 $-5.26B $64.38B -7.77%
2016-03-31 $-9.67B $66.87B -13.68%
2015-12-31 $-6.48B $68.10B -8.79%
2015-09-30 $-7.59B $71.68B -9.89%
2015-06-30 $-6.34B $76.10B -7.72%
2015-03-31 $2.85B $79.07B 3.25%
2014-12-31 $3.78B $79.87B 4.10%
2014-09-30 $9.23B $93.44B 9.59%
2014-06-30 $11.44B $98.85B 11.90%
2014-03-31 $10.12B $96.34B 10.68%
2013-12-31 $23.45B $96.19B 24.91%
2013-09-30 $23.90B $93.35B 26.31%
2013-06-30 $25.67B $92.84B 29.04%
2013-03-31 $22.11B $94.18B 26.02%
2012-12-31 $11.02B $82.93B 13.32%
2012-09-30 $17.21B $83.61B 21.10%
2012-06-30 $16.98B $79.15B 21.13%
2012-03-31 $24.21B $85.01B 29.85%
2011-12-31 $25.70B $78.50B 32.19%
2011-09-30 $23.58B $78.73B 30.05%
2011-06-30 $20.32B $82.17B 26.93%
2011-03-31 $-2.55B $79.98B -3.59%
2010-12-31 $-3.72B $73.00B -5.18%
2010-09-30 $-4.99B $66.74B -6.74%
2010-06-30 $-1.44B $63.91B -1.87%
2010-03-31 $20.09B $83.89B 25.05%
2009-12-31 $16.58B $81.95B 21.54%
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - International Integrated $102.401B $213.032B
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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