‘Egypt is polluting coral reefs whilst hosting COP,’ study claims

An oil terminal is allegedly releasing wastewater into the Red Sea

bp Chief enters COP27 as Mauritanian delegate

There has been a 25% increase in delegates linked to fossil fuels at the summit than at COP26

bp doubles profits from oil and gas prices

From July to September the company made $8.2bn

UK’s bp invests $6m in US EV ride-hailing firm Freebee

Freebee provides free, on-demand transportation to local communities through an app, with the trips financed through local governments and by private organisations

Gas flaring not accounted for by fossil fuel companies

A new report claims that these firms are releasing 20 million tonnes of GHG emissions each year, without monitoring them

Hertz and bp team up for EV charging network in North America

Hertz has a fleet of EVs available through large-scale purchases from Tesla, Polestar and GM and aims for one quarter of its fleet to be electric by the end of 2024

Oil and gas giants’ carbon projections ‘incompatible with Paris Agreement’

bp, Shell and Equinor’s climate scenarios don’t keep temperature rises to 1.5°C, researchers claim

Iberdrola and bp form joint ventures for EV charging and green hydrogen

They plan to jointly invest up to €1bn to deploy up to 11,000 fast chargers and produce green hydrogen across Spain, Portugal and the UK

bp opens its first ultra-fast green chargers for electric trucks

The retail site, operated by its Aral brand, in Germany has two 300kW chargers powered by 100% renewable energy

bp and thyssenkrupp ink deal to decarbonise steel production

They will explore supply solutions for both blue and green hydrogen, as well as electricity form solar and wind farms through the use of power purchase agreements