BP first-quarter profits dropped due to a weaker oil price and margin environment at the start of 2019, the UK energy giant said, adding, however, that the results demonstrate resilient earnings and cash flow through a volatile period, continued momentum and marketing growth, and strong progress on reducing emissions.
“BP’s performance this quarter demonstrates the strength of our strategy. With solid Upstream and Downstream delivery and strong trading results, we produced resilient earnings ...
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