Presentation on theme: "A view of BP Turkey July 2011. BP’s Operations in Turkey BP Fuels BP Lubricants BP Gaz LPG (bottle) and Auto LPG Air BP BP Marine BP Shipping Supply +"— Presentation transcript:
BP’s Operations in Turkey BP Fuels BP Lubricants BP Gaz LPG (bottle) and Auto LPG Air BP BP Marine BP Shipping Supply + Logistics Natural Gas BTC Pipeline Ataş Terminal SCP Pipeline Along with BTC and Shah Deniz, BP is the only company involved in all sectors of Turkey’s energy industry Exploration (Black Sea-2005)
BP Turkey Upstream Operations The BTC pipeline has been operating since July 2006. Construction by BOTAŞ, Operation by BIL. Capacity was 1 million bbl/day, expanded to 1,2 million Reached major milestone of 1 BILLION BBL on September 12, 2010 1586 vessels loaded at Ceyhan Marine Terminal since line opened in 2006, 1,220 billion bbl loaded %100 efficiency reached in 2009 July 21, 2010: BTC achieved its highest daily throughput (to date) 1.057 million bbl Current flow rate ~800,000 bbl/day Over half of the length and facilities of the BTC, and much of the complexity is within Turkish territory. Turkey has been receiving Shah Deniz gas through the SCP (South Caucasus) pipeline since July 2007, at the maximum rate of 6.6 million cubic metres/day. In 2005, BP explored for oil in the Eastern Black Sea region of Turkey, drilling the deepest well ever drilled in the Black Sea.
BP Turkey Downstream Investments Anglo-Persian (BP’s predecessor) opened an office in Istanbul in 1912. BP’s downstream businesses in Turkey date back to the 1940’s Very large Fuels Value Chain business, with turnover of around $4.5 bn. 600+ petrol stations; %9.7 market share – 4th in market with 132,826 ton general sales. Turkey fuels market growth: %6 CAGR in 2003-2008. BP Gas: LPG (bottle) and Auto LPG presence, %6 and %7 market share in a rapidly growing market Air BP services at 4 major airports through JV (Mobil, Shell, THY-Opet) ATAS, Turkey’s 1 st private refinery, (%68 owned by BP) now transitioned to fuels terminal, making it the largest fuels terminal in the East Med Lubricants: Castrol very well known brand with leading market share (%30 in Automotive) High-tech, modern lubricants plant in Gemlik – also export lubes to Azerbaijan, Georgia Other businesses include BP Marine Fuels, BP Shipping