Referring to the appendices, the table gives a key glance, of BP’s facts of the end of 2016, the information is an idea, of how BP performed at the end of that year, and how they can improve for the next year. The information presented in the table produces the values for BP because, the statistics shown give an idea of how the business is valuing itself at the end of the year because, they are clearly trying to make sure that the business had a successful year in terms of the profits, products sold, and the number of sales.
BP worked with the olympic and paralympic as a partnership in 2008, when they became a partner of the London 2012 Games. Since working with them at the olympics, BP have also supported a number of high-profile sporting events, including the Glasgow 2014 commonwealth games, Baku 2015 european games and the 2015 IPC world athletics championships. They also supported the London 2017 world para athletics championships, which took place this summer. BP are also an International Partner of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC). In addition they also support a number of national Olympic and Paralympic teams including in the UK, US, Angola, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Georgia, Germany, Singapore and Trinidad ; Tobago.
BP’s business model, which is presented in the appendices, is a diverse portfolio in which it is balanced across businesses, resource types and geographies. BP have a constant upstream and downstream business, along with well-established trading capabilities, which helps to mitigate the impact of lower oil and gas prices. Also the geographic reach gives BP secure access to growing markets and new resources, as well as diversifying exposure to geopolitical events.