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Clear Outlook For Solar

Clear Outlook For Solar

It’s been a tough time for BP Solar of late with falling demand and difficult economic conditions. But with 35 years’ experience, it’s also a business that knows how to ride the bumps and grab opportunity from adversity.

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Take A Bow

Take A Bow

BP's shipping business is almost as old as the company itself, with its first ship delivered in 1916. Since then, its fleet has navigated oceans, politics and economics, all with a steady hand and a determination to be a leading force in the transportation industry.

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A Heritage Company

A Heritage Company

With its distinct British heritage, BP is as much a part of the UK landscape as football, tea drinking and the Royal Family. Born in the early days of the 20th century, BP may have started life with a predominantly Middle Eastern outlook, but quickly came to the forefront of North Sea development in the late 1960s.

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Reach for the Skies

Reach For The Skies

Despite the turbulent events affecting the aviation industry in recent times, 2004 was Air BP’s most profitable year in its history. I talked to the Air BP team about their achievements.

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Accounting For Tastes

Accounting For Tastes

From melting toasties to frothy cappuccinos, customers at BP’s service stations around the world are enjoying Real Food, Real Coffee, Real Quick. My task was to find out why fresh food on the move is proving to be the retail recipe for success.

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Soul Survivors

Soul Survivors

The BP Magazine reports from New Orleans, where, two years after Hurricane Katrina caused widespread devastation, the city is beginning to rebuild itself. My feature in this issue looked at the growing importance and availability of biofuels. 

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