Oil fields operated by BP
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This is a list of oil and gas fields operated by BP.
All fields in British territory are operated as part of the BP's North Sea Strategic Performance Unit from their office in Dyce, Aberdeen. This includes some fields not strictly in the North Sea itself. Fields in the Norwegian sector are operated from Stavanger.
- Wytch Farm in Dorset
Recently Transferred to Perenco Ownership
Southern North Sea
Central North Sea
- Andrew oilfield
- Cyrus oilfield
- ETAP complex
- Erskine gasfield
- Everest gasfield
- Harding oilfield
- Lomond gasfield
- Miller oilfield
Northern North Sea
West of Shetland
Trinidad and Tobago
All fields of the Trinidad and Tobago business unit are operated from the BPTT office in Port of Spain.
Gulf of Mexico Deepwater
- Atlantis Oil Field
- Mad Dog oil field
- Macondo Prospect site of the April 20, 2010, Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill
- Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli, comprises five producing offshore facilities with estimated reserves of 5,5 billion barrels of oil.
- Shahdeniz, estimated reserves around 35 tcf, or 1 billion m3 of gas.
The Egypt business unit is operated from Cairo.
North American Gas
- East Texas
- San Juan *Incorrect Reference
- Woodford Shale
Vietnam operations are run from Sunbury-on-Thames, England.
Operations in Angola are run from the BP office in Sunbury-on-Thames, England.