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Respondent CDP 2008: BP

General Information
<>It requirement CDP questionnaire introduction answer like text box attach document
global energy company providing 2% world’ s primary energy responsibility help world meet increasing demand energy sustainable way BP recognizes paradox energy provides society heat light mobility fuelling economic growth development simultaneously presents environmental social challenges

 
<>Where available provide following identification numbers primary listings/ordinary shares information company Company Turnover (also known sales) millions US$
284365

 
<>ISIN number
GB0007980591

 
<>CUSIP number
US0556221044

 
<>SEDOL number
798059

 
1 - Risks and Opportunities
Question 1(a)(i) Regulatory Risks
<>How company exposed regulatory risks related climate change
We consider our company to be exposed to regulatory risks because... 
BP identified material risk business activity stated Annual Report (20 F) page 9 "Climate change carbon pricing Compliance changes laws regulations obligations relating climate change result substantial capital expenditure reduced profitability changes operating costs revenue generation strategic growth opportunities impacted "Our Annual Report (20 F) page 41 contains assessment regulatory developments (attached)Our view strong probability stringent climate legislation OECD countries years note currently significant energy security concerns strong drivers energy policy cases coincide climate objectives (eg energy efficiency) cases present tension (eg use coal) development policy

 
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No 

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Question 1(a)(ii) Physical Risks
<>How company exposed physical risks climate change
We consider our company to be exposed to physical risks because... 
2005 integrity operations severely challenged hurricanes Katrina Rita struck assets Like petroleum companies BP invests heavily engineering structures vulnerable modest changes local climate size exposure changing risk future operational integrity current facilities understood adapting world extreme weather common risk engineering solutions consequently increasing construction abandonment costs addressing issues carrying research jointly Imperial College London understand better potential impacts BP’ s operations posed changing climate initial focus work arctic region melting permafrost significant impact operations

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 1(a)(iii) General Risks
<>How company exposed general risks result climate change
We consider our company to be exposed to general risks because... 
BP exposed variety changes energy price demand indirect impacts climate regulation energy markets

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 1(a)(iv) Risk Management
<>Has company taken planned action manage general regulatory risks and/oradapt physical risks identified
We have taken or planned action. 
BP's actions response risk include Internal energy efficiency improvement programme manage BP's operational emissions Development fuels lubricants enable customers reduce emissions Investment new businesses provide lower carbon energy sources Providing constructive business voice policy debate actively monitor proposed legislation possible future impact BP operations markets Enhancing public understanding climate issue example awareness programmes schools carbon calculator/carbon offsetting propgrammes Research development better understand physical risks operations continue improve conventional fossil fuel business identify new opportunities low carbon energy sources

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 1(a)(v) Financial Business implications
<>How assess current and/or future financial effects therisks identified risks affect business
We assess current and/or future financial effects by... 
high level BP identifies material company risks refined discussed senior executive management Board Material risks reported BP's Annual Report Accounts BP assessed specific risks climate regulation following headings financial impact imposition carbon price BP's operational emissions financial impact imposition carbon price emissions associated use products impact regulations carbon pricing (eg vehicle fuel effciency regulations) demand transport fuelsThis assessment used shape investment business planning

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 1(b)(i) Regulatory Opportunities
<>How current anticipated regulatory requirements climate change offeropportunities company
We consider that current or anticipated regulatory requirements offer opportunities because... 
Curent anticipated regulation creating fast growing markets low carbon sources energy BP pursuing business startegy BP commitment invest $8bn decade 2015 Alternative Energy business BP Alternative Energy launched November 2005 combines BP’ s interests businesses provide low carbon energy solutions power generation solar wind gas fired power generation hydrogen power carbon capture storage (CCS) SolarBP Solar’ s main production facilities located Maryland (US) Madrid (Spain) Sydney (Australia) Xi’ (China) Bangalore (India) 2007 expansion cell capacity continued Madrid Bangalore facilities alongside $100 million project expand casting capacity Maryland increasing annual manufacturing capacity 228MW BP Solar achieved sales 115MW 2007 (93MW 2006 105MW 2005) 2007 BP Solar Banco Santander installed 14 Megawatts peak (MWp) planned 20MWp installations Spain BP Solar won bid develop 4 3MW solar energy systems seven Wal Mart Stores California installations completed end December developing new silicon growth process named Mono2 significantly increases cell efficiency traditional multicrystalline based solar cells making pilot shipment 2007 Solar cells wafers combination BP Solar advances cell process technology expected able produce 5% 8% power solar cells conventional processes working number research universities institutes including California Institute Technology pursuing nanotube solar installations represents step improvement cost efficiency Germany signed operation agreement Institute Crystal Growth (IKZ) September 2006 develop technique deposit silicon layers directly glass instead growing crystals programme demonstrated ability work continues improve growth process crystal structure participating $40 million research development programme (of $20 million provided BP Solar) aimed decreasing cost solar cells increasing efficiency programme sponsored Department Energy WindSince 2005 increased wind capacity 32MW 370MW aim grow 1 000MW end 2008 operate wind farms Netherlands Maharashtra India Colorado long term supply agreement Clipper Windpower plc options purchase Clipper turbines total capacity 2 250MW 2006 acquired Orion Energy LLC Greenlight Energy acquisition large scale wind energy developers North American wind portfolio includes projects potential total generating capacity 15 000MW 2007 commenced construction Silver Star project (60MW) Texas commenced commercial operation 300MW Cedar Creek project Colorado India commenced commercial operations 40MW wind farm Dhule Maharashtra India using 32 turbines supplied installed Suzlon capacity generate 1 25MW electricity Gas fired powerGas fired power stations typically emit half CO2 conventional coal fired plants interests 785MW gas fired power generation facility associated LNG gasification facility Bilbao Spain (BP 25% share each) 1 074MW gas fired combined cycle power (CCGT) plant Kwangyang South Korea (BP 35%) 724MW CCGT facility Phu Vietnam (BP 33 3%) 1 378MW gas turbine (BP 10%) Trinidad & Tobago 392MW generation plant (BP 51%) California 744MW generation plant Texas City (BP 50%) supplies power steam BP’ s largest refining petrochemicals complex 50MW combined heat power plant near Southampton UK (BP 100%) operation half 2005 Construction continues 250MW steam turbine power generating plant Texas City refinery site expected bring total capacity site 1 000MW completed 2008 Hydrogen powerIn 2007 BP Rio Tinto announced formation new jointly owned company Hydrogen Energy develop decarbonized energy projects world venture initially focus hydrogen fuelled power generation using fossil fuels CCS technology produce new large scale supplies clean electricity developing industrial scale hydrogen power projects CCS technology General Electric BP formed global alliance jointly develop deploy technology hydrogen power plants significantly reduce emissions greenhouse gas CO2 electricity generation addition BP major provider natural gas fuel half CO2 emissions coal fired power generation

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 1(b)(ii) Physical Opportunities
<>How current anticipated physical changes resulting climate change presentopportunities company
We do not consider that current or anticipated physical changes offer opportunities because... 
believe broader implications changes future energy markets material opportunities physical changes climate change

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 1(b)(iii) General Opportunities
<>How does climate change present general opportunities company
We consider that climate change offers opportunities because... 
BP observes business opportunities driven regulation general terms include products offer attractive energy saving opportunties customers improved transport fuels advanced lubricants

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 1(b)(iv) Maximizing Opportunities
<>Do invest plans invest products services designedto minimize adapt effects climate change
Climate change has led to investment or planned investment in order to maximise climate change opportunities. 
BP making substantial investments low carbon energy businesses (please answer Q 1(b)i )BP investing significant funds research development new low carbon energy technology example 2007 engagement technology development major BP backed research institutes came operation Energy Biosciences Institute (EBI) Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) UK EBI strategic partnership BP University California Berkeley Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory University Illinois perform research production new cleaner energy initially focusing advanced biofuels road transport EBI pursue bioscience based research key areas conversion heavy hydrocarbons clean fuels improved recovery existing oil gas reservoirs carbon sequestration UK ETI established 50 50 public private partnership funded equally member companies including BP government ETI aims accelerate development demonstration eventual commercial deployment focused portfolio energy technologies increase energy efficiency reduce GHG emissions help achieve energy security climate change goals ETI issued Invitation expressions participate programmes develop new technologies offshore wind marine tidal wave energy

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 1(b)(v) Financial Business Implications
<>How assess current and/or future financial effects theopportunities identified opportunities affect business
We assess current and/or future financial effects by... 
energy company assess impact climate change regulation market changes input overall business planning activity Short medium term impacts influence tightened vehicle fuel efficiency standards countries factored forecasts transport fuel demand long term impacts factored investment planning evidenced investment Alternative Energy

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
2 - Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Accounting
Question 2(a)(i) Reporting Boundary
Calculation tools assist companies calculating GHG emissions particular activities combustion fuels production processes http //www ghgprotocol org/calculation tools/all tools Companies new emissions reporting strongly recommended use tools assist calculations used calculation tool list question methodologies
<>Please indicate category best describes company entities groupfor response prepared
Companies in which an equity share is held. 

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
reported emissions include TNK BP operations

 
Question 2(a)(ii) Reporting Year
<>Please explicitly state dates accounting year period GHG emissionsare reported
Start date 01 January 2007End date 31 December 2007Financial accounting year 01 January 2007

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 2(a)(iii) Methodology
<>Please specify methodology used company calculate GHG emissions select methodology used using radio buttons used GHG Protocol ISO 14064 1 references calculation tools used explanation calculation methods devised explain data sources Global Warming Potentials emission factors used calculations reference supplied calculation tool contact provider calculation tool information used methodology devised explain methodology including methods calculation data sources Global Warming Potentials emission factors
Other 
BP’ s Environmental Performance Reporting Guidelines comprise detailed reporting instructions calculation methodologies covering wide range environmental parameters including GHG emissions reporting boundaries emissions calculation approach consistent GHG Protocol IPIECA/API/OGP Petroleum Industry Guidelines BP Guidelines recommend tiered approach calculating emissions requiring use approaches (tiers) based determination fuel consumption fuel properties major sources use emission factors minor sources feasible determine actual fuel properties BP defaults IPCC emission factors industry specific "process" emissions BP Guidelines recommend emission factors API Compendium Greenhouse Gas Emission Methodologies Oil Gas Industry Global Warming Potentials taken IPCC Second Assessment Report recommended CDP6 Guidance Notes GWP methane 21 BP reports GHG emissions tonnes CO2 equivalent carbon dioxide methane

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 2(b)(i) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol
<>Are able provide breakdown direct indirect emissions Scopes 1 2 GHG Protocol analyse electricity consumption

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 2(b)(i)(y) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 1 answers
<>Please enter dates reporting period specified (answer question 2(a)(i)) answer questions period selecting “ Add Additional Year Figures” button end webpage repeat process previous reporting period reporting period possible data going reporting period ending 2004 enter historical data reported information response previous CDP questionnaires

 
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
Start date 01 January 2007End date 31 December 2007

 
<>Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Total global Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>63460000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>b Total Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>44640000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 1 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)
USA 26160000
Germany 5260000
United Kingdom 4480000
Trinidad 2810000
Australia 2590000
China 2010000
Netherlands 1940000
Canada 1620000
Argentina 1460000
Egypt 1350000
Spain 1320000
United Arab Emirates 1120000
Angola 1030000
Colombia 860000
South Africa 640000
Azerbaijan 630000
Indonesia 580000
Rest World 7620000

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Total global Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>10670000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>d Total Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>9240000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)
USA 6060000
Germany 530000
United Kingdom 1150000
Australia 420000
China 660000
Netherlands 130000
Canada 650000
Spain 50000
South Africa 70000
Indonesia 40000
Rest World 900000

 
<>Electricity consumptione Total global MWh purchased electricity

 
<>f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
BP Group level ‘ MWh purchased electricity’ ‘ MWh purchased electricity renewable sources’ available

 
Question 2(b)(i)(y) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 2 answers
<>Please enter dates reporting period specified (answer question 2(a)(i)) answer questions period selecting “ Add Additional Year Figures” button end webpage repeat process previous reporting period reporting period possible data going reporting period ending 2004 enter historical data reported information response previous CDP questionnaires

 
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
Start date 01 January 2006End date 31 December 2006

 
<>Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Total global Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>64400000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>b Total Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>46350000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 1 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Total global Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>10130000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>d Total Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>8420000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Electricity consumptione Total global MWh purchased electricity

 
<>f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions data calendar year 2006 supersedes emissions data held CDP5 incorrectly transcribed BP offline response questionnaire

 
Question 2(b)(i)(y) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 3 answers
<>Please enter dates reporting period specified (answer question 2(a)(i)) answer questions period selecting “ Add Additional Year Figures” button end webpage repeat process previous reporting period reporting period possible data going reporting period ending 2004 enter historical data reported information response previous CDP questionnaires

 
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
Start date 01 January 2005End date 31 December 2005

 
<>Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Total global Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>78000000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>b Total Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>60900000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 1 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Total global Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>13900000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>d Total Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>12100000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Electricity consumptione Total global MWh purchased electricity

 
<>f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions data calendar year 2005 supersedes emissions data held CDP5 incorrectly transcribed BP offline response questionnaire

 
Question 2(b)(i)(y) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 4 answers
<>Please enter dates reporting period specified (answer question 2(a)(i)) answer questions period selecting “ Add Additional Year Figures” button end webpage repeat process previous reporting period reporting period possible data going reporting period ending 2004 enter historical data reported information response previous CDP questionnaires

 
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
Start date 01 January 2004End date 31 December 2004

 
<>Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Total global Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>81700000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>b Total Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>63200000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 1 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Total global Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>9900000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>d Total Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Electricity consumptione Total global MWh purchased electricity

 
<>f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions data calendar year 2004 supersedes emissions data held CDP5 incorrectly transcribed BP offline response questionnaire

 
Question 2(b)(i)(y) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 5 answers
<>Please enter dates reporting period specified (answer question 2(a)(i)) answer questions period selecting “ Add Additional Year Figures” button end webpage repeat process previous reporting period reporting period possible data going reporting period ending 2004 enter historical data reported information response previous CDP questionnaires

 
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
Start date 01 January 2003End date 31 December 2003

 
<>Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Total global Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>83400000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>b Total Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>67800000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 1 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Total global Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>10400000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>d Total Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Electricity consumptione Total global MWh purchased electricity

 
<>f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions data calendar year 2003 supersedes emissions data held CDP5 incorrectly transcribed BP offline response questionnaire

 
Question 2(b)(i)(y) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 6 answers
<>Please enter dates reporting period specified (answer question 2(a)(i)) answer questions period selecting “ Add Additional Year Figures” button end webpage repeat process previous reporting period reporting period possible data going reporting period ending 2004 enter historical data reported information response previous CDP questionnaires

 
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
Start date 01 January 2002End date 31 December 2002

 
<>Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Total global Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>82400000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>b Total Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries
<>68000000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>By country Scope 1 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Total global Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>11400000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>d Total Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Electricity consumptione Total global MWh purchased electricity

 
<>f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions data calendar year 2002 supersedes emissions data held CDP5 incorrectly transcribed BP offline response questionnaire

 
Question 2(b)(i)(y) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 7 answers
<>Please enter dates reporting period specified (answer question 2(a)(i)) answer questions period selecting “ Add Additional Year Figures” button end webpage repeat process previous reporting period reporting period possible data going reporting period ending 2004 enter historical data reported information response previous CDP questionnaires

 
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
Start date 01 January 2001End date 31 December 2001

 
<>Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Total global Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>80500000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>b Total Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country Scope 1 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Total global Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>10100000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>d Total Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Electricity consumptione Total global MWh purchased electricity

 
<>f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions data calendar year 2001 supersedes emissions data held CDP5 incorrectly transcribed BP offline response questionnaire

 
Question 2(b)(i)(y) Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG Protocol Year 8 answers
<>Please enter dates reporting period specified (answer question 2(a)(i)) answer questions period selecting “ Add Additional Year Figures” button end webpage repeat process previous reporting period reporting period possible data going reporting period ending 2004 enter historical data reported information response previous CDP questionnaires

 
<>Please enter accounting year used report GHG emissions details
Start date 01 January 2000End date 31 December 2000

 
<>Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Total global Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>83700000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>b Total Scope 1 activity Metric Tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country Scope 1 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Total global Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted
<>9700000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>d Total Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e emitted Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country Scope 2 activity metric tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Electricity consumptione Total global MWh purchased electricity

 
<>f Total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex Bcountries

 
<>By country – MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions data calendar year 2000 supersedes emissions data held CDP5 incorrectly transcribed BP offline response questionnaire

 
Question 2(b)(ii) Scopes 1 2 GHG Protocol
<>If unable Scope 1 Scope 2 GHG emissions and/or electricity consumption report GHG emissions able identify description emissions answered 2(b)(i) question 2(c)(i)

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 2(c)(i) Emissions – Scope 3 GHG Protocol
<>How identify and/or measure Scope 3 emissions
detailed answer

 
<>Please provide possible Details significant Scope 3 sources company
terms materials used manufacture products BP effectively beginning supply chain terms fossil fuel production vast majority emissions related BP activities downstream supply chain BP case refined products chemicals products carbon feedstock represents majority material climate impact BP consumer fossil fuels produces primary energy operations generated hydrocarbons extract BP 135 000 different suppliers materials products services 100 countries providing huge range engineering technical construction retail financial computing legal services BP’ s suppliers report emissions publicly areas beginning evaluate supply chain emissions identify ways effect reductions complete inventory BP’ s supply chain emissions viewed practical material relative BP’ s operational product related emissions

 
<>b Details metric tonnes CO2 e GHG emissions following categories Employee business travel

 
<>ii External distribution/logistics

 
<>iii Use/disposal company’ s products services
<>521000000 CO2e metric tonnes < text="">

 
<>iv Company supply chain

 
<>c Details methodology use quantify estimate Scope 3 emissions
BP estimates CO2 emissions end use hydrocarbon fuel products production natural gas natural gas liquids refinery throughputs using industry standard emission factors

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Data external distribution/logistics employee business travel supply chain available fully built Group level data

 
Question 2(d) External Verification
<>(i) information reported response Questions 2(b) (c) beenexternally verified audited plan information verified oraudited
Yes (Please go to 2(d)(ii)) 

 
<>(ii) answer question 2d(i) Yes provide attach copy audit verification statement state plans verification
emissions data calendar year 2007 corresponding BP global totals taken BP Sustainability Report 2007 covered assurance statement provided BP management independent auditors Ernst Young copy E& Y assurance statement included attached copy Sustainability Report 2007 emissions data corresponding individual countries Annex B countries explicitly covered E& Y assurance statement collected collated using assured processes

 
<>(iii) specify standard protocol information hasbeen audited verified
E& Y assurance report included attached BP Sustainability Report

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

Download attachment
 
Question 2(e) Data Accuracy
<>Does company place assess accuracy GHG emissions inventory calculation methods data processes systems relating GHG measurement provide details explain data accuracy managed
Yes, we do have a system. 
BP’ s Environmental Performance Reporting Guidelines comprise detailed reporting instructions calculation methodologies covering wide range environmental parameters including GHG emissions BP employs “ decentralized approach” according GHG Protocol “ individual facilities collect activity/fuel use data directly calculate GHG emissions using approved methods report data corporate level” BP approach used case study page 45 GHG Protocol Line managers operations required provide assurance data reporting sytem annual basis systems processes place ensure reported data accurate complete consolidated emissions inventory reviewed technical subject matter experts Segment Group level

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 2(f) Emissions History
<>Do emissions reported accounting year vary significantly compared previous years explain reasons variations
Yes, they do vary significantly. 
total 2007 operational greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 63 5MteCO2e direct equity basis nearly 1Mte lower 64 4Mte reported 2006 2007 increasing activity levels BP Shipping start Texas City refinery new oil gas production primarily Angola Algeria Azerbaijan compensated Coryton refinery divestment GHG reporting protocol changes delivery emission reductions

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
No 

 
Question 2(g) Emissions Trading
<>i) Does company facilities covered EU Emissions Trading Scheme
Yes, our company has facilities covered by the EU ETS. (Please answer 2(g)(i)(a), (b) and (c) and 2(g)(ii).)  

 
<>If a) provide details annual allowances awarded company Phase years 1 January 2005 31 December 2007 details allowances allocated Phase II commencing 1 January 2008 cases enter numbers punctuation example enter 2000 instead 2 000 enter allowance Metric Tonnes CO2 1 January 2005 31 December 2005
10182076 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2006 31 December 2006
10340302 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2007 31 December 2007
12987725 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>b) provide details actual annual emissions facilities covered EU ETS effect 1 January 2005 enter emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 1 January 2005 31 December 2005
9788976 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2006 31 December 2006
9884859 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2007 31 December 2007
12107804 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>Phase II annual allowances1 January 2008 – 31 December 2008
12791249 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2009 – 31 December 2009
12941218 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2010 – 31 December 2010
12813724 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2011 – 31 December 2011
12813724 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>1 January 2012 – 31 December 2012
12813724 Metric Tonnes CO2

 
<>c) impact company’ s profitability EU ETS
significant end 2007 BP’ s installations remit EU ETS represent large percentage BP’ s total GHG emissions BP consistently sought transparently disclose information potential regulatory impacts climate change relevant business Form 20F submission filed Securities Exchange Commission annual disclosure provides information investors business risks related Climate Change Kyoto Protocol emissions trading

 
<>ii) company's strategy trading participating regional and/or international trading schemes (eg EU ETS RGGI CCX) Kyoto mechanisms CDM JI projects Explain involvement following EU ETS
EU home EU ETS BP manages emissions trading activities fully integrated way trading desk Integrated Supply Trading operation brings environmental technical business professionals experience oil gas power markets Processes devised ensure participating sites comply EU ETS effective manner purchase sale allowances EU ETS depend relative economics allowances internal emissions reduction projects

 
<>CDM/JI
BP supportive Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) Joint Implementation (JI) projects Kyoto Protocol BP investor World Bank Prototype Carbon Fund (PCF) early pre ratification development activities created foundation today's growing CDM/JI market BP's CDM activity increasing consistent growing businesses alternative energy natural gas

 
<>CCX
direct involvement

 
<>RGGI
direct involvement

 
<>Others

 
<>Would like provide additional information relating question provided
Yes 
Phase allowances emissions based portfolio installations 31st December 2007 number UKCS oil & gas production facilities participated UK ETS 2005 2006 temporarily excluded EU ETS included 2007 Phase II allowances based portfolio installations 1st June 2008 regarded provisional confirmed CITL

 
Question 2(h) Energy Costs
<>i) identify total costs $ energy consumption fossil fuels electric power want enter number 1 ensure use decimal point (e g 0 3) comma (e g 0 3)
6000000000 US$

 
<>ii) percentage total operating costs does represent

 
<>iii) percentage energy costs incurred energy renewable sources

 
<>More details
BP common petroleum companies uses oil gas extracts generate power heat operations does pay directly fossil fuels electric power generated directly facility BP’ s facilities purchase electricity local grid Annually calculate primary energy use operations (i e based energy content fuel used directly generated purchased) 2007 total primary energy consumption – energy used complete operations – approximately 1 03 billion GJ 2006 cost energy continues vary considerably conservative estimate value energy 2007 $6 billion Energy consumption cost estimated using control boundary equity boundary used GHG emissions

 
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No 

 
3 - Performance
Question 3(a) Reduction Plans
<>i) Does company GHG emissions reduction plan place provide details information requested currently plan place explain
Yes, we have a reduction plan in place. (Please proceed to part (ii) ) 

 
<>ii) baseline year emissions reduction plan
2001

 
<>If want information rolling target

 
<>iii) emissions reduction targets period targets extend
2002 established target increase emissions operations benefits attributable low carbon business activities decade 2012

 
<>iv) activities undertaking reduce emissions renewable energy energy efficiency process modifications offsets sequestration targets set timescales extend
Operational energy efficiency reduction flaring Investment low carbon fossil fuels (eg natural gas) Investment low carbon power sources (eg wind solar high efficiency gas fired power generation integrated carbon capture storage power generation) Investment biofuels

 
<>v) investment required achieve targets time period
Investment low carbon energy sources anticipated exceed $8 bn 2015 Investment operational energy efficiency flare reduction anticipated total $450 m 2010

 
<>vi) emissions reductions associated costs savings achieved date result plan
current energy efficiency programme follows successful initiative reduced GHG emissions 10% 1990 levels 1998 2001 estimate BP began focusing internal greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions performance 1998 $2 billion net present value created reduced procurement energy increased production sales gas used flared vented operations years 2006 BP estimates delivered 6 Mte sustainable reductions Based current plans track deliver 24 Mte/yr emission reductions 2015 attributable low carbon business activities forecast launch 2005

 
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No 

 
Question 3(b) Emissions Intensity
<>i) appropriate measurement emissions intensity company
Metric tonnes of CO2-e per tonne output  

 
<>Please company’ s emissions intensity figure measurement given want enter number 1 ensure use decimal point (e g 0 3) comma (e g 0 3)

 
<>ii) state GHG emissions intensity terms total tonnes CO2 e reported Scope 1 Scope 2 $m turnover EBITDA reporting year Scope 1/ US$millions turnover

 
<>Scope 2/ US$millions turnover

 
<>Scope 1/ EBITDA

 
<>Scope 2/ EBITDA

 
<>iii) company developed emissions intensity targets
No, we have not developed emission intensity targets for the following reason(s): 
BP uses GHG/te product intensity metric major operational areas (E& P R& M Chemicals) publishes data business segment basis http //www bp com/sectiongenericarticle categoryId=9022073& contentId=7042275It does report total intensity metric BP single figure significant portion BP total emissions amenable normalisation BP uses intensity metric basis forecasting emissions assessing relative performance assets company setting expectations trend line improvement operating performance

 
<>a) answer (iii) yes state emissions intensity targets

 
<>b) answer (iii) yes state reductions emissions intensity achieved targets time period

 
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No 

 
Question 3(c) Planning
<>Do forecast company’ s future emissions and/or energy use
Yes, we do. (Please answer questions (i) to (iii) below.) 

 
<>i) provide details forecasts summarize methodology used assumptions able quantified forecasts Scope 1 Scope 2 emissions and/or electricity consumption enter numerical data page
forecasts operational emissions magnitude CO2 reductions anticipate investments low carbon energy sources regard forecasts proprietary

 
<>ii) factor cost future emissions capital expenditure planning
increasingly integrate internal cost carbon new investment appraisals matter regulation

 
<>iii) considerations impact investment decisions
internal cost carbon creates key impacts Project engineers use cost carbon optimise choice technology new assets rational economic manner Commercial managers fully aware potential impact carbon price viability investment

 
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Question 3(c) (i) Planning Forecasted emissions/electricity use Year 1 answers
page gives opportunity numerical forecasts emissions electricity use possible provide emissions forecasts reporting periods Use “ Add additional year figures” button end page enter emission forecasts successive reporting periods Note enter numbers punctuation example use 2000 instead 2 000
<>Please enter accounting period used report GHG emissions details
Dates selected

 
<>Forecasted Scope 1 Direct GHG Emissions provide Forecasted Total global Scope 1 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e

 
<>b Forecasted Total Scope 1 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e Annex B countries

 
<>By country Forecasted Scope 1 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e individual country Using methodology state emissions forecasts country NB practical list emissions country country basis list countries significant emissions context business combine remainder “ rest world” information format (e g Excel) attach
Country Scope 1 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Scope 2 Indirect GHG emissions provide c Forecasted total global Scope 2 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e

 
<>d Forecasted total Scope 2 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e Annex B countries

 
<>By country Forecasted Scope 2 emissions Metric Tonnes CO2 e individual country
Country Scope 2 Emissions
(metric tonnes CO2-e)

 
<>Forecasted electricity consumptione Forecasted total global MWh purchased electricity

 
<>f Forecasted total MWh purchased electricity Annex B countries

 
<>By country – Forecasted MWh purchased electricity individual country
Country

 
<>g Forecasted total global MWh purchased electricity renewable sources

 
<>h Forecasted total MWh purchased electricity renewable sources Annex B countries

 
<>By country – Forecasted MWh purchased electricity renewable sources individual country
Country

 
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4 - Governance
Question 4(a) Responsibility
<>Does Board Committee executive body overall responsibility climate change state overall responsibility climate change managed answer parts (i) (ii)
Yes, an executive body does have overall responsibility for climate change. 

 
<>i) Board Committee executive body overall responsibility climate change
energy company BP increasingly regards climate change issue increasingly linked business operational plans purely environmental issue BP believes approach managing climate change used manage important aspect business Board believes governance BP best achieved delegation authority executive management group chief executive subject monitoring board limitations defined board governance principles (attached) ‘ executive limitations’ require executive action taken course business takes specific issues consideration including health safety environment risk internal controls financing BP board accountable company’ s shareholders reviews BP’ s progress addressing climate change primarily board’ s Safety Environment Ethics Assurance Committee composed entirely independent non executive directors

 
<>ii) mechanism Board executive body reviews company’ s progress status regarding climate change
Group Chief Executive Tony Hayward describes Board annual business plan strategy delivered assessment group’ s risks year board monitors progress keeps strategy regular review Group Chief Executive obliged review discuss board strategic projects developments material matters currently prospectively affecting company performance Group Chief Executive management control BP’ s strategy climate change actively involved climate change issues instance speeches climate change (see attached file) setting thinkingAccountability specific activities delegated Group Chief Executive executives authority manage resources BP turn delegate accountability authorised senior managers organisation

 
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Question 4(b) Individual Performance
<>Do assess provide incentive mechanisms individual management climate change issues including attainment GHG targets provide details
Yes, we do. 
BP's progress managing GHG emissions BP's exposure carbon pricing development low carbon businesses recognised increasingly important elements BP's overall business performance form remuneration basis management

 
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Question 4(c) Communications
<>Please indicate publish information risks opportunities presented company climate change details GHG emissions plans reduce emissions following communications i) company’ s Annual Report statutory filings
Yes 
2007 Annual Report (attached) contains following Absolute greenhouse gas emissions (page 6) Climate change related risks (page 9) Alternative Energy business (page 37) Technology (page 39) Climate change regulations (page 42)

 
<>ii) formal communications shareholders external parties
Yes 
BP provides input formal informal shareholders example strategy presentation analysts contained significant Alternative Energy business 2008 (attached)

 
<>iii) voluntary communications Corporate Social Responsibility reporting
Yes 
BP publishes Sustainability Review longer Sustainability Report (attached) contain significant material BP's response climate change operational development low carbon business policy

 
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Question 4(d) Public Policy
<>Do engage policymakers possible responses climate change including taxation regulation carbon trading provide details
Yes 
BP provided constructive business voice climate policy decade 2007 examples Provided expert input European Commission Responded formal calls input various governments Participated Market Advisiory Committee State California Participated GLOBE dialogue process Participated variety climate related dialogues facilitated Center Clean Air Policy Washington DC BP member International Emissions Trading Association represented Board association

 
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No 

 
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