1. BP Exits Petrochemical Business in $5 Billion Deal  The Wall Street Journal
  2. BP meets asset sale target through $5 billion divestment of petrochemical unit  CNBC
  3. BP sells petchems arm for $5 billion in energy transition revamp  Reuters
  4. BP sells petrochemical business to Ineos for $5bn  The Guardian
  5. BP to sell petrochemicals business to INEOS for $5bn  Yahoo Finance
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Energy giant BP has agreed to sell its petrochemicals business to British chemicals company Ineos in a $5 billion deal that will help reshape its business for the global transition to lower-carbon energy, the company said on Monday.Energy giant BP has agreed to sell its petrochemicals business to British chemicals company Ineos in a $5 billion deal that will help reshape its business for the global transition to lower-carbon energy, the company said on Monday.

BP Exits Petrochemical Business in $5 Billion Deal - WSJ

BP has agreed to sell its global petrochemicals business to billionaire Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos for $5 billion, pulling out of a sector widely seen as a key driver of oil demand growth in the coming decades.BP has agreed to sell its global petrochemicals business to billionaire Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos for $5 billion, pulling out of a sector widely seen as a key driver of oil demand growth in the coming decades.

BP sells petchems arm for $5 billion in energy transition revamp - Reuters

The deal is expected to complete by the end of 2020. INEOS will pay $4bn this year, with additional phased payments for the assets until June 2021.The deal is expected to complete by the end of 2020. INEOS will pay $4bn this year, with additional phased payments for the assets until June 2021.

BP to sell petrochemicals business to INEOS for $5bn

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The oil major meets its asset sale target a year ahead of schedule as it adjusts its ambitions to secure a greener future.The oil major meets its asset sale target a year ahead of schedule as it adjusts its ambitions to secure a greener future.

BP sells petrochemicals arm to Ineos in $5bn deal | Business News | Sky News

The company is preparing to sell part of its business to INEOS as part of a "reinvention of BP" that will also involve the trade off of more than 1,700 global employeesThe company is preparing to sell part of its business to INEOS as part of a "reinvention of BP" that will also involve the trade off of more than 1,700 global employees

BP signs £4billion deal to sell petrochemicals arm to one of UK's richest men - Mirror Online

Chief executive Bernard Looney says sale is a significant step in the reinvention of the oil giant Chief executive Bernard Looney says sale is a significant step in the reinvention of the oil giant

BP sells petrochemicals division for $5bn

Oil giant BP has today agreed to sell its petrochemicals business to billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos for $5bn (£4.05bn).Oil giant BP has today agreed to sell its petrochemicals business to billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos for $5bn (£4.05bn).

BP to sell aromatics and acetyls arms to Ineos for $5bn : CityAM

BP (BP.L) has agreed to sell its global petrochemicals business to billionaire Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos for $5 billion, pulling out of a sector widely seen as a key driver of oil demand growth in the coming decades.BP (BP.L) has agreed to sell its global petrochemicals business to billionaire Jim Ratcliffe's Ineos for $5 billion, pulling out of a sector widely seen as a key driver of oil demand growth in the coming decades.

BP sells petchems arm for $5 billion in energy transition revamp | Article [AMP] | Reuters

BP has struck a $5 billion deal to offload its petrochemicals business to Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s Ineos, in a surprise move to help bolster its balance sheet.Bernard Looney, the oil giant’s chiefBP has struck a $5 billion deal to offload its petrochemicals business to Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s Ineos, in a surprise move to help bolster its balance sheet.Bernard Looney, the oil giant’s chief