BP - 46 Year Stock Price History | BP

Historical daily share price chart and data for BP since 1977 adjusted for splits. The latest closing stock price for BP as of January 31, 2023 is 36.23.
  • The all-time high BP stock closing price was 37.95 on May 21, 2018.
  • The BP 52-week high stock price is 36.59, which is 1% above the current share price.
  • The BP 52-week low stock price is 25.36, which is 30% below the current share price.
  • The average BP stock price for the last 52 weeks is 31.41.
For more information on how our historical price data is adjusted see the Stock Price Adjustment Guide.
BP Historical Annual Stock Price Data
Year Average Stock Price Year Open Year High Year Low Year Close Annual % Change
2023 35.2570 34.3200 36.3200 33.7800 36.2300 3.72%
2022 30.3906 26.2027 35.9000 25.4414 34.9300 37.01%
2021 24.1350 18.9633 28.5044 18.8905 25.4942 36.47%
2020 21.1141 32.1749 33.6174 13.3001 18.6811 -41.32%
2019 33.0911 31.0793 36.9620 29.9434 31.8374 4.25%
2018 34.0028 32.7288 37.9525 29.5168 30.5397 -5.91%
2017 27.3335 27.4809 32.4585 24.5168 32.4585 20.07%
2016 23.0970 20.8242 27.0470 18.9278 27.0325 28.98%
2015 24.3362 24.0308 27.8941 19.3807 20.9583 -12.79%
2014 28.8423 28.7850 32.7735 22.0261 24.0308 -17.60%
2013 25.2846 24.2069 29.1630 23.2261 29.1630 22.73%
2012 23.6123 24.0401 26.3934 20.3100 23.7618 2.08%
2011 23.1880 23.6747 25.8246 18.9982 23.2776 0.50%
2010 23.5342 30.0477 31.6580 14.1681 23.1608 -21.35%
2009 24.1305 22.9674 30.2255 16.5177 29.4483 32.91%
2008 27.3965 32.8438 34.8868 18.6607 22.1567 -32.36%
2007 30.1689 28.4677 35.3863 25.6254 32.7587 13.15%
2006 29.2544 27.7414 32.3860 27.2590 28.9510 7.94%
2005 26.5077 23.1059 29.9436 22.8996 26.8225 13.54%
2004 21.5790 19.3539 24.9424 18.5194 23.6237 22.19%
2003 15.9365 15.5423 19.3343 13.0849 19.3343 26.39%
2002 16.9311 16.7453 19.7497 13.6969 15.2977 -9.55%
2001 17.8024 17.1839 19.5246 15.7198 16.9126 -0.04%
2000 18.3845 20.2799 20.9040 15.1421 16.9189 -17.28%
1999 18.2780 15.2753 21.3799 13.6740 20.4523 33.70%
1998 14.1924 12.9245 15.9614 12.2172 15.2972 17.24%
1997 12.5095 11.0674 14.9575 10.4380 13.0473 16.11%
1996 8.9214 7.8879 11.3750 7.3015 11.2367 42.99%
1995 6.5903 5.9216 7.9071 5.6609 7.8586 32.08%
1994 5.3474 4.6015 6.2721 4.3375 5.9499 28.05%
1993 3.9736 3.1561 4.7192 3.0150 4.6466 44.01%
1992 3.5351 4.3772 4.3772 2.8886 3.2266 -26.29%
1991 4.5433 4.8354 4.8761 4.1356 4.3772 -9.34%
1990 4.4016 3.8927 5.2627 3.6213 4.8279 24.02%
1989 3.3494 3.0143 3.8927 2.9800 3.8927 30.94%
1988 2.9772 3.0287 3.4213 2.6758 2.9728 2.32%
1987 2.8451 1.2130 4.1170 1.2130 2.9055 143.75%
1986 1.1228 1.1858 1.2492 0.9777 1.1920 -1.00%
1985 1.1340 1.0018 1.3306 0.9627 1.2041 18.76%
1984 1.0936 1.0501 1.2070 0.9837 1.0139 -6.15%
1983 1.1370 0.8478 1.4214 0.8478 1.0803 25.63%
1982 0.8231 0.9837 0.9897 0.6638 0.8599 -14.16%
1981 1.1869 1.7320 1.7320 0.8932 1.0018 -42.36%
1980 1.8473 2.0096 2.6494 1.0863 1.7381 -18.41%
1979 1.4506 1.0078 2.2358 0.9837 2.1303 107.65%
1978 1.2197 1.7019 1.7019 0.7061 1.0259 -40.04%
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - International Integrated $112.122B $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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