BP


Lower capex in upstream

22/11/21 -"The NAV is up as we have increased our oil prices to value the reserves (Brent from $50 to $65/bbl). Note that we have also added the listed participations in BP Aker, and isolated BP Angola, in ..."

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22/11/21
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Business & Trends Graphics : Momentum
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Debt Graphics : Sensitivities
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NAV/SOTP Sector: Ratios & Valorisation
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