Our three-pillar strategy is unchanged – it is focused on investing in our transition growth engines and, at the same time, investing in today’s energy system. And integration connects it all.
Since we set out our strategy in 2020, our track record of delivery has given us increased confidence as we invest in bp's transition and the energy transition.
|Metric||2022||2025 target||2030 aim|
|Upstream unit production costs||$6.07/boe
|Biofuels supply volumes||12mboed/d
|Metrics||2022||2025 target||2030 aim|
|Customer touchpoints||~ 12 million
2020 >12 million
|>15 million||>20 million|
|Strategic convenience sites||2,400
|Electric vehicle charge points||22,000
|Metrics||2022||2025 target||2030 aim|
|Hydrogen production (net)||-||-||0.5-0.7Mtpa|
|Developed renewables to final investment decision||5.8GW
|Installed renewables capacity (net)||2.2GW
In order to advance our purpose and ambition, we have identified three strategic focus areas, and we’ve set targets and aims against these out to 2025 and 2030. These provide the basis for a common set of enduring objectives for bp as we transform the organization consistent with the long-term energy transition. Here are some examples of how we performed in 2022.
Our focus remains on safely delivering value, maximizing returns and cash flow and reducing emissions. Having grown production in 2022, we plan to grow underlying production to 2025, and hold broadly flat to 2030, relative to 2022.
By bringing our capabilities and reach in convenience together with EV charging, we can provide customer-focused, lower carbon transport solutions over time.
We plan to create integrated regional hubs, enabled by two of our transition growth engines in high-growth sectors: hydrogen and renewables & power.
Energy Outlook 2023 considers the recent disruption to global energy supplies and associated impacts on global prices, and explores how this could affect the energy transition out to 2050
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