BP Alternative Energy is a venture capital firm in London that prefers to invest in financial services, e-commerce, marketplaces, and healthcare start-ups. Founded 1909 in London, England, United Kingdom, the firm invests in early stage ventures, debt financing and seed stages. This firm usually invests in series A rounds. The notable investment portfolio of BP Alternative Energy includes HalalBooking.com, Flyrobe, and MediBeacon. As of January 2020, BP Alternative Energy has made 25 investments and seven exits.
BP retail sales (US$ million)
BP retail sites
BP retail sites in growth markets
Strategic convenience sites
Marketing sales of refined products (mb/d)
Rest of World
Refining marker margin
bp average refining marker margin (RMM) ($/bbl)
Customers – convenience & mobility
During the global COVID-19 pandemic BP, like other major oil companies, suffered weaker demand for fuel, but an increase in grocery sales at service stations. BP, which as of January 2021 has 19,000 retail sites, aims to add 6,700 sites in growth markets by 2030.
BP Ventures is a venture capital firm that identifies and invests in private and high-growth technology companies. The firm was founded in 2012 in Palo Alto, California, United States, and is a sub-organization of BP.
The firm is interested in investing in technology-based companies that provide sources of energy and look to reduce carbon emmissions. The firm has invested in companies such as R&B Technology, Modumental, Lightning Systems, MaaS Global Oy, Finite Carbon, Grid Edge, Zippity, Calysta, Belmont Technology, and Zubie.
Chief Financial Officer
Executive Vice-President, COO, Upstream strategy
Asa Chandler King
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