BP - 45 Year Stock Price History | BP

Historical daily share price chart and data for BP since 1977 adjusted for splits. The latest closing stock price for BP as of October 05, 2022 is 31.38.
  • The all-time high BP stock closing price was 38.38 on May 21, 2018.
  • The BP 52-week high stock price is 34.30, which is 9.3% above the current share price.
  • The BP 52-week low stock price is 25.33, which is 19.3% below the current share price.
  • The average BP stock price for the last 52 weeks is 29.69.
For more information on how our historical price data is adjusted see the Stock Price Adjustment Guide.
BP Historical Annual Stock Price Data
Year Average Stock Price Year Open Year High Year Low Year Close Annual % Change
2022 29.8203 26.4947 33.8023 25.7250 31.3800 21.73%
2021 24.4040 19.1747 28.8221 19.1010 25.7784 36.47%
2020 21.3495 32.5335 33.9921 13.4483 18.8893 -41.32%
2019 33.4599 31.4257 37.3740 30.2772 32.1923 4.25%
2018 34.3818 33.0936 38.3755 29.8458 30.8801 -5.91%
2017 27.6382 27.7872 32.8203 24.7901 32.8203 20.07%
2016 23.3545 21.0564 27.3485 19.1388 27.3338 28.98%
2015 24.6075 24.2987 28.2050 19.5968 21.1919 -12.79%
2014 29.1638 29.1058 33.1388 22.2716 24.2987 -17.60%
2013 25.5664 24.4767 29.4880 23.4850 29.4880 22.73%
2012 23.8755 24.3080 26.6876 20.5364 24.0267 2.08%
2011 23.4465 23.9386 26.1124 19.2099 23.5371 0.50%
2010 23.7965 30.3826 32.0109 14.3260 23.4190 -21.35%
2009 24.3995 23.2234 30.5624 16.7018 29.7765 32.91%
2008 27.7019 33.2099 35.2756 18.8687 22.4037 -32.36%
2007 30.5052 28.7851 35.7807 25.9110 33.1239 13.15%
2006 29.5805 28.0506 32.7470 27.5628 29.2737 7.94%
2005 26.8031 23.3635 30.2774 23.1549 27.1215 13.54%
2004 21.8195 19.5696 25.2204 18.7258 23.8870 22.19%
2003 16.1142 15.7156 19.5498 13.2307 19.5498 26.39%
2002 17.1198 16.9319 19.9698 13.8496 15.4682 -9.55%
2001 18.0008 17.3755 19.7422 15.8951 17.1011 -0.04%
2000 18.5894 20.5059 21.1370 15.3109 17.1075 -17.28%
1999 18.4817 15.4456 21.6182 13.8264 20.6803 33.70%
1998 14.3506 13.0685 16.1393 12.3533 15.4677 17.24%
1997 12.6489 11.1907 15.1243 10.5543 13.1927 16.11%
1996 9.0209 7.9758 11.5018 7.3829 11.3619 42.99%
1995 6.6637 5.9876 7.9952 5.7240 7.9462 32.08%
1994 5.4069 4.6528 6.3420 4.3859 6.0162 28.05%
1993 4.0179 3.1913 4.7718 3.0486 4.6984 44.01%
1992 3.5745 4.4260 4.4260 2.9208 3.2626 -26.29%
1991 4.5939 4.8893 4.9304 4.1816 4.4260 -9.33%
1990 4.4506 3.9361 5.3214 3.6617 4.8817 24.02%
1989 3.3867 3.0479 3.9361 3.0132 3.9361 30.95%
1988 3.0104 3.0624 3.4594 2.7056 3.0059 2.32%
1987 2.8768 1.2266 4.1629 1.2266 2.9378 143.74%
1986 1.1353 1.1990 1.2632 0.9886 1.2053 -1.00%
1985 1.1466 1.0130 1.3454 0.9734 1.2175 18.76%
1984 1.1058 1.0618 1.2205 0.9947 1.0252 -6.14%
1983 1.1497 0.8572 1.4372 0.8572 1.0923 25.64%
1982 0.8323 0.9947 1.0008 0.6712 0.8694 -14.18%
1981 1.2002 1.7513 1.7513 0.9031 1.0130 -42.36%
1980 1.8678 2.0320 2.6789 1.0984 1.7574 -18.42%
1979 1.4668 1.0191 2.2608 0.9947 2.1541 107.64%
1978 1.2333 1.7208 1.7208 0.7140 1.0374 -40.04%
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Oils/Energy Oil & Gas - International Integrated $98.223B $164.195B
BP has come a long way since the Gulf of Mexico oil spill incident in 2010, which followed the explosion on the British energy giant's Deepwater Horizon rig. To combat its huge litigation expenses that stemmed from the disaster, the company embarked on a massive asset divestment program and relied significantly on debt capital. BP successfully settled all litigation with the relatively insignificant cash outlays remaining. BP has been banking on its strong portfolio of upstream projects. BP is also on track to capitalize on the global economy's transition to lower carbon fuels. The company has been investing in renewable energy business with a plan to ramp up capital spending for non-oil and gas business. In fact, BP has plans of becoming carbon-neutral by 2050. Its reportable segments now are: Oil Production & Operations, Gas & Low Carbon Energy, Customers & Products and Rosneft.It entered a non-binding MOU with?Eni to combine their upstream portfolios into a joint venture in Angola.
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