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    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    London 2 May 2017

    Highlights Robust earnings and cash flow, new projects on track. • Underlying replacement cost profit* for the first quarter was $1.5

    billion. • First quarter operating cash flow, excluding payments related to the

    Gulf of Mexico oil spill*, of $4.4 billion. Including these payments, operating cash flow* was $2.1 billion.

    • Dividend unchanged at 10 cents per share. • Reported oil and gas production was 3.5mmboe/d in the first quarter,

    5% higher than same period in 2016. • New Upstream major projects* on track: Trinidad onshore compression

    project started up, another in ramp-up, and two more in commissioning.

    • Downstream marketing growth and strong operational performance. • $1.7 billion divestment of BP’s interest in SECCO petrochemical joint

    venture, subject to regulatory approvals.

    Financial summary First quarter 2017

    First Fourth First quarter quarter quarter $ million 2017 2016 2016 Profit (loss) for the period(a) 1,449 497 (583) Inventory holding (gains) losses*, net of tax (37) (425) 98 Replacement cost profit (loss)* 1,412 72 (485) Net (favourable) unfavourable impact of non-operating items* and fair value accounting effects*, net of tax 98 328 1,017 Underlying replacement cost profit 1,510 400 532 Replacement cost profit (loss) per ordinary share (cents)* 7.23 0.38 (2.63) per ADS (dollars) 0.43 0.02 (0.16) Underlying replacement cost profit per ordinary share (cents)* 7.74 2.11 2.88 per ADS (dollars) 0.46 0.13 0.17

    (a) Profit attributable to BP shareholders.

    “BP focused on disciplined delivery.”

    Bob Dudley – Group chief executive

    “Our year has started well. BP is focused on the disciplined delivery of our plans. First quarter earnings and cash flow were robust. We have shown continued operational momentum - it was another strong quarter for the Downstream and the first of our seven new Upstream major projects has started up, with a further three near completion. We expect these to drive a material improvement in operating cash flow from the second half.”

    * For items marked with an asterisk throughout this document, definitions are provided in the Glossary on page 28.

    The commentary above and following should be read in conjunction with the cautionary statement on page 32.

    532

    1,510

    (583)

    1,449

    2,997

    4,408

    2016 2017 2016 2017 2016 2017

    BP p.l.c. Group results First quarter 2017

    Underlying replacement cost profit ($ million)

    Profit (loss) for the period ($ million)

    Operating cash flow excluding Gulf of Mexico oil spill payments ($ million)

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    BP p.l.c. Group results First quarter 2017

    Group headlines Earnings BP’s profit for the first quarter was $1,449 million, compared with a loss of $583 million for the same period in 2016. The first-quarter replacement cost (RC) profit was $1,412 million, compared with a loss of $485 million for the same period in 2016. After adjusting for a net charge for non-operating items of $305 million and net favourable fair value accounting effects of $207 million (both on a post-tax basis), underlying RC profit for the first quarter was $1,510 million, compared with $532 million for the same period in 2016. RC profit or loss for the group and underlying RC profit or loss are non-GAAP measures and further information is provided on page 3. Non-operating items Non-operating items amounted to a charge of $553 million pre-tax and $305 million post-tax for the quarter and relate mainly to an impairment charge arising due to the expected divestment of certain Upstream assets. The Gulf of Mexico oil spill pre-tax charge, which predominantly relates to finance costs for the unwinding of discounting effects, was $161 million for the quarter. Effective tax rate The effective tax rate (ETR) on RC profit or loss* for the first quarter was 29%, compared with 37% for the same period in 2016. Adjusting for non-operating items and fair value accounting effects, the adjusted ETR* for the first quarter was 33%, compared with 18% for the same period in 2016. The adjusted ETR for the first quarter was higher than a year ago mainly due to the impact of the renewal of our interest in the Abu Dhabi onshore oil concession. The adjusted ETR for both periods reflects favourable foreign exchange impacts. Dividend BP today announced a quarterly dividend of 10.00 cents per ordinary share ($0.600 per ADS), which is expected to be paid on 23 June 2017. The corresponding amount in sterling will be announced on 12 June 2017. See page 21 for further information.

    Operating cash flow* Excluding post-tax amounts related to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, operating cash flow* for the first quarter was $4.4 billion, compared with $3.0 billion for the same period in 2016. Including amounts relating to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, operating cash flow for the first quarter was $2.1 billion, compared with $1.9 billion for the same period in 2016. Capital expenditure* From this quarter onwards we are reporting organic, inorganic and total capital expenditure on a cash basis. This aligns with BP's financial framework and is now consistent with other financial metrics used when comparing sources and uses of cash. Organic capital expenditure* for the first quarter was $3.5 billion, compared with $4.5 billion for the same period in 2016. We continue to expect organic capital expenditure to be in the range of $15-17 billion for 2017. Inorganic capital expenditure* for the first quarter was $0.5 billion. There was no inorganic capital expenditure for the same period in 2016. See page 23 for further information. Divestment proceeds Divestment proceeds were $0.3 billion for the first quarter, compared with $1.1 billion for the same period in 2016. We expect divestments to be in the range of $4.5-5.5 billion for 2017. Net debt* Net debt at 31 March 2017 was $38.6 billion, compared with $30.0 billion a year ago. The net debt ratio* at 31 March 2017 was 28.0%, compared with 23.6% a year ago. Net debt and the net debt ratio are non-GAAP measures. See page 22 for more information.

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    BP p.l.c. Group results First quarter 2017

    Analysis of underlying RC profit before interest and tax First Fourth First

    quarter quarter quarter

    $ million

    2017 2016 2016 Underlying RC profit before interest and tax* Upstream 1,370 400 (747) Downstream 1,742 877 1,813 Rosneft

    99 135 66

    Other businesses and corporate

    (440) (424) (178) Consolidation adjustment – UPII*

    (68) (132) 40

    Underlying RC profit before interest and tax

    2,703 856 994 Finance costs and net finance expense relating to pensions and other

    post-retirement benefits

    (387) (359) (317) Taxation on an underlying RC basis

    (763) (51) (120)

    Non-controlling interests

    (43) (46) (25) Underlying RC profit attributable to BP shareholders

    1,510 400 532

    Reconciliations of underlying RC profit or loss to the nearest equivalent IFRS measure are provided on page 1 for the group and on pages 6-11 for the segments.

    Analysis of RC profit (loss) before interest and tax and reconciliation to profit (loss) for the period First Fourth First

    quarter quarter quarter

    $ million

    2017 2016 2016 RC profit (loss) before interest and tax* Upstream 1,256 692 (1,205) Downstream 1,706 899 1,880 Rosneft

    99 158 66

    Other businesses and corporate(a)

    (431) (1,117) (1,074) Consolidation adjustment – UPII

    (68) (132) 40

    RC profit (loss) before interest and tax

    2,562 500 (293) Finance costs and net finance expense relating to pensions and other

    post-retirement benefits (513) (484) (440) Taxation on a RC basis

    (594) 102 273

    Non-controlling interests

    (43) (46) (25) RC profit (loss) attributable to BP shareholders

    1,412 72 (485)

    Inventory holding gains (losses)

    66 601 (132) Taxation (charge) credit on inventory holding gains and losses

    (29) (176) 34

    Profit (loss) for the period attributable to BP shareholders

    1,449 497 (583)

    (a) Includes costs related to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. See page 11 and also Note 2 from page 17 for further information on the accounting for the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

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    BP p.l.c. Group results First quarter 2017

    Strategic progress Financial framework Upstream BP’s Upstream major project programme is on track to provide 800,000boe/d of new production by 2020. Projects now under construction are on average ahead of schedule and 15% below budget. The Trinidad onshore compression project, the first of seven major projects scheduled to start up in 2017, began operation in April. The Taurus and Libra development of the West Nile Delta project in Egypt is ramping up and Quad 204 in the UK and Juniper in Trinidad & Tobago are also nearing completion. A third gas discovery in the North Damietta Offshore Concession in the East Nile Delta in Egypt was announced in the quarter and, following completion of BP’s entry into Mauritania and Senegal, exploration drilling in Senegal has begun. Downstream BP’s marketing businesses con

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