Bp america, inc. private company information – bloomberg gas constant for nitrogen

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BP America, Inc. is engaged in exploring, producing, refining, marketing, trading, and transporting oil and natural gas in the United States. It offers fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, lubricants for engines, and petrochemicals; produces a range of materials, including terephthalic acid, paraxylene, and naphthalene dicarboxylate that are necessary to make products, such as clothes, flat-screen televisions, safety belts, and plastic beverage bottles; manufactures and markets lubricants and related products for automotive, industrial, marine, energy, and space exploration customers; and supplies fuel and related retail services to consumers through independent jobbers and de…

BP America, Inc. is engaged in exploring, producing, refining, marketing, trading, and transporting oil and natural gas in the United States. It offers fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, lubricants for engines, and petrochemicals; produces a range of materials, including terephthalic acid, paraxylene, and naphthalene dicarboxylate that are necessary to make products, such as clothes, flat-screen televisions, safety belts, and plastic beverage bottles; manufactures and markets lubricants and related products for automotive, industrial, marine, energy, and space exploration customers; and supplies fuel and related retail services to consumers through independent jobbers and dealer wholesalers, as well as company-owned and franchised retail sites. The company also buys and sells products ranging from oil and natural gas to power and financial derivatives; refines, transports, sells, and trades crude oil and petroleum products; offers biofuels; operates pipelines that transport oil, refined products, natural gas, natural gas liquids, and chemicals; and operates wind farms in Texas, Indiana, California, Colorado, South Dakota, Idaho, Kansas, Hawaii, and Pennsylvania. In addition, it produces ethanol from sugarcane; and operates retail sites in the United States. Further, the company operates refineries in Whiting, Indiana; in Blaine, Washington; and Oregon, Ohio. BP America, Inc. was formerly known as BP-Amoco, Inc. The company was incorporated in 1974 and is based in Warrenville, Illinois. It has operations in Alaska, Alabama, California, Chicagoland, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming. BP America, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of BP p.l.c.

BP PLC named a new top leader for the U.S. on March 20, 2018. Susan Dio will take over as chair and president of BP America Inc. on May 1. She succeeds John Mingé, who is moving out of the position to chair a study by the National Petroleum Council into carbon capture, utilization and storage technologies. Dio, who is CEO of BP Shipping, will be BP’s first female chair and president. In March 2019, Mingé will retire from BP after around 35 years with the company. While working on the study, Mingé will continue advising BP. Mingé has led BP America since February 2013, when he succeeded Lamar McKay. Prior to his current post, he spent four years running BP’s business in Alaska and previously held executive and engineering posts in the U.S., U.K., Vietnam and Indonesia. Dio has been CEO of BP Shipping, for the past three years. She oversaw the ‘review and reset’ of BP Shipping’s strategy and operations as well as the ongoing renewal of the fleet, per the release. She’s also been with BP and heritage companies for 33 years and has held several senior commercial and operating roles in the U.S., U.K. and Australia.