BP Holdings Barcelona – Home-Spanien-Darlehen Zahlen sank 61,8 %


Im Monat Juli 2011 fiel die Gesamtzahl der Haus-Umsatz um 5,3 % gegenüber dem gleichen Monat am gleichen Jahr bekommen 30 234 Transaktionen. Nach einer jüngsten Daten von Bp Holdings Blog aus allgemeinen Rat der Notare in Spanien veröffentlicht waren 24.276 dieser Transaktionen für Wohnungen und 5.507 für Häuser mit einem jährlichen Rückgang von 5,6 % und 3,9 %.

Die Zahlen in den Daten, die von Bp-Holdings-Blog, das 61,8 % Ermäßigung angesammelt hat freigegeben Dokumentationstätigkeiten starten monatlich veröffentlichen. Im Juli fiel der Preis pro Quadratmeter um 12,9 % über Vorjahr, 1.357 Euro, mit einem Rückgang von 14,6 % Wohnungen zur 1.507 Euro pro Quadratmeter, und 5,7 % für Häuser, 1.031 Euro Preis pro Quadratmeter bringen. Seit Juli 2007 zeigt die Daten der Bp-Holdings-Blog, dass Immobilienpreise um 26,8 % gesunken. Die Verkäufe neuer Häuser sank um 2,3 % im Juli im Vergleich zum selben Monat im Jahr 2011, und der Preis pro Quadratmeter für diese Art der Eigenschaft sanken um 10,5 % auf 1.857 Euro. Unterdessen Vertrieb zuvor besessen Häuser fielen um 7 %, while ihren Preis pro Quadratmeter um 19,5 % auf 1.827 Euro gesunken.

Die durchschnittliche Darlehensbetrag betrug 202.917 Euro, 9,5 % weniger. Für Immobilien Käufe betrug das durchschnittliche Darlehen im Juli 126.037 Euro, die war 20,7 % weniger als im gleichen Monat 2011.


BP Holdings Barcelona – Partners in the Caribbean: BP Trinidad and Tobago


The dual-island nation of Trinidad and Tobago punches well above its weight in the global economy, thanks to its plentiful hydrocarbon reserves. The same is true within BP, with operations in Trinidad and Tobago accounting for around 12% of the company’s total global oil and gas production. It’s a long and fruitful relationship that BP hopes will continue to flourish and grow in the years to come.
Five centuries ago, when explorers were sailing the globe in a bid to discover new lands, many passed through Caribbean waters on their way to the Americas. Among them was the British navigator, Sir Walter Raleigh, who – it is said – came across a ‘lake’ of asphalt on the south-western corner of Trinidad in the 1590s. Pitch Lake, as it is known today, is one of the world’s largest natural deposits of this sticky, black substance – created by deep deposits of oil that are forced to the surface, where the lighter elements of the hydrocarbon evaporate to leave behind the heavy asphalt. Adventurers such as Raleigh used the substance to seal their ships’ hulls, before continuing a voyage.

These days, exploration in the region is not about finding new territory to mark on an atlas, but identifying further hydrocarbon deposits hinted at by the ones those early navigators first came across. The expanse of dark viscous material that seeps up through the ground at Pitch Lake provides visual confirmation of the rich natural resources that lie beneath these islands’ surface and off their coastlines.
Trinidad and Tobago enjoyed its first oil boom after 1910, although the abundant natural gas in its reservoirs was only fully appreciated several decades later. From the late 1970s, gas began to dominate the country’s energy market, as it does today. The dual-island nation produced more than 700,000 barrels of oil equivalent in natural gas on a daily basis in 2011, of which BP’s Trinidad and Tobago business – BPTT – contributed around 55%. The company operates 13 offshore platforms, onshore oil and gas processing terminals and is the largest shareholder in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) company, Atlantic, with its four liquefaction units, or trains.

“We are a business that has gone through tremendous growth, especially since the start-up of the first LNG train in 1999,” says BPTT regional president, Norman Christie. “This country’s natural gas production grew from 1.3 billion to 4.3 billion cubic feet a day between 1999 and 2010, and our own production more than doubled in that period.”

Today, BPTT contributes around 12% of BP’s total oil and gas production globally. The challenge for the organisation now lies in maintaining that level, to provide consistent value for company and country. With natural gas projected to be the world’s fastest-growing fossil fuel by 2030 and demand for LNG increasing in countries such as China and India, the business is looking at how it will meet the long-term supply needs through its existing position, by maximising recovery from producing reservoirs.
“One of our goals is to really exploit our base production, in an efficient way, using existing wells,” says Keith Bally, vice president of the resource team. “We are looking at bringing wells back online and recompleting different reservoir zones, those we haven’t produced from before, in what we call ‘secondary pay’. In this way, we are looking to reap rewards and the potential is huge.”

There are also potential new opportunities in existing fields where resource appraisal has been difficult in the past, due to the limitations of technology to ‘visualise’ what lies beneath layers of shallow gas. To better understand the subsurface in those areas, a $200 million ocean bottom cable (OBC) seismic acquisition programme is underway, that will cover around 1,000 square kilometres (386 square miles).

“We have brought in new technology to generate improved subsurface images; we expect this to mean a lot for the region in terms of what we can unlock, with clearer seismic lines that eliminate shallow gas effects,” Bally continues. Five specialist OBC vessels spent six months in the Caribbean, completing part of phase one by April.
The vessels will continue their work in Trinidadian waters later this year. For Bally, obtaining new seismic data covering the majority of BPTT’s gas fields makes a strong statement: “We are demonstrating to our stakeholders that we are leaving no stone unturned. It’s also about creating excitement within the organisation that we are looking to the future and beyond the expiry of existing gas contracts.”

BP And Tony Hayward Are Now A Nigerian Scam: Letter, BP Holdings Barcelona


THE BP oil spill in the US Gulf is now a Nigerian scam:
From: Dudley Caruthers Esq (Barrister at Law)
Subject: BP Related Agreement Entitlement
Dear Friend
I am the private solicitor for Mr Tony Hayward, the esteemed Chairman and Chief executive of British Petroleum. My client has various personal and family related holdings of BP stock and options. Due to his faithful long standing service to BP the total value of his holdings amounts to in excess of 100m pounds sterling. Mr Heywood is a British citizen but it has been my sorrowful duty to advise him that his personal and family wealth is at great risk of being wrongfully confiscated by US authorities acting extra-territorially under special powers authorised by the US government and with the secret consent of a supine UK political and legal establishment.
Mr Heywood is also at great risk of losing his personal liberty and becoming another victim of the long reach of the politicised USA legal system in the same way that was meted out to other British subjects including, most egregiously, the 3 bankers from Natwest. Unfortunately I am not able to advise or assist him in this regard as my expertise lies in the structuring of executive compensation schemes and the management of private endowments; but I am horrified at the witch hunt being perpetrated on my client by the Obama administration and its agencies and I will do all that I can to safeguard my client’s financial position.
I am reaching out to you as it has become clear that Mr Hayward’s holdings must be liquidated and held in trust for the benefit of himself and his family beyond USA or UK legal jurisdiction. Exercise of his options and liquidation of his stock is now complete but it has proven necessary to assign title to the ensuing 100m pounds of cash to a person such as yourself who resides in a non recognised tax haven country and where there is a sound basis for UK and USA authorities to recognise the legal validity of local agreements. The taxation and legal recognition agreements between your jurisdiction of Australia and those of UK and USA present a unique opportunity to protect these assets whilst providing you with a benefit in accordance with your key role. I am a keen reader of your blog and greatly admire your economic and political acumen. I immediately recognised that, at this hour of great urgency and risk to my client, you are the man who is capable of securing protection of the Hayward estate.
It is with this in mind that I wish you to consider the possibility that you and I (as Mr. Hayward’s agent) have previously entered into verbal agreements providing for you to become the beneficiary of all Mr Hayward’s BP stock and stock option benefits upon their occurring a significant “force majeure” event affecting my client and British Petroleum. It is my legal interpretation that such an event occurred with the sinking of Deepwater Horizon and that title to Mr Hayward’s rights and holdings transferred at that time.
If you do recollect our agreement then it is now necessary to transfer the 80m pounds of cash proceeds to yourself which are after payment of a 20m pound advisory and arrangement fee for the services rendered by my firm. Transfer of the cash will only occur to you upon you executing the correct documents which are (i) the force majeure beneficiary transfer agreement (ii) a statutory declaration that the force majeure beneficiary transfer agreement was properly entered into as a verbal agreement in January 2002 and (iii) details of your Australian bank account including account name, password and account number and most critically an agreement between yourself and myself as trustee for Hayward related entities granting the trustee the right to claw back 50% (40m pounds) of the transfer at any time and requiring you to escrow the 40m pounds in a separate account.
I sincerely trust that you will search your memory and recollect that we met in Sydney in 2002 and recollect the nature of our agreement.
Please contact me at my firm’s Nigerian subsidiary’s offices at the address below such that we can act with the speed required of us.
Anyone got Barack Obama’s account details?

Use the Internet to run a real estate business – Make money online, BP Holdings Barcelona – LINKEDIN


If you’re looking forward to making money online, the real estate sector is what you should be focusing on. This sector has come up as a great money-making option. This is mainly because of the growth that the real estate sector has been experiencing for over the past few years. There has been an appreciable increase in the value of real estate properties, which has enhanced the potential for wealth generation as well as opportunities to make money online.

Like any other online business, the real estate business involves a certain amount of risk. It is important that you know the tricks well so as to achieve success in your online endeavor. The following are some tricks that will make sure you don’t regret your decision to make money through online real estate business.

Create a good website – The very first step is all about creating a well-designed website. You can’t expect buyers and sellers to rush in to your website just like that. There is a lot more that needs to be done than just blogging if you want an impressive flow of traffic to your website. Making money online will require you to design your website as well as add a sea of information and quality content. That’s how you’ll let the prospective buyers and sellers know about your potential and credibility. Website designing is possible without external help if you’re knowledgeable enough. Otherwise, seek professional help.
Provide quality information – Work as much as you can on making your website rich in quality and reliable information. For example, try to include maps and information on hospitals, schools, shopping malls, libraries and places of interest in your website. This will increase your website’s potential to attract a sea of potential customers. It is very important that you put in property information as well. For example, information such as number and size of the rooms as well as the age of the property is of great significance to the client. You can also add information on how people can save money on taxes and home inspections.
Generate a mailing list – It is important that you generate a mailing list. This is an important part of your online real estate business. You can provide people a sea of information on the properties through email. This also brings in a sense of personal attention to the table.
Focus on SEO – An online business owner must use SEO in his/her business website. Textual and visual information alone can’t improve the inflow of traffic to your website unless it is well-optimized for search engines. Proper application of SEO techniques will improve your website’s ranking incredibly. This greatly improves your website’s visibility and causes an eventual increase in the number of visitors.
The aforesaid tips will help you use real estate in a better way to make money online. It is important that you enhance your knowledge and stay updated on the latest developments in the real estate sector. Your website must reflect the latest and reliable information on real estate to be a successful one.

Managing Risk From Site To Board, BP Holdings Barcelona


BP’s risk management process is designed to help ensure that risks are identified, understood and managed so that we can deliver safe and strong operations
We initiated a review of our risk management system in 2011 to identify what might be done to enhance the clarity, simplicity and consistency of our system, and have begun implementing enhancements. Our system is designed to generate consistent reporting of risks and prioritization of risk mitigation plans by our businesses, including for low-probability, potentially high-consequence scenarios.
Our enhanced risk management system focuses on three levels of activity:
Day-to-day risk identification and management occurs in the group operations and functions, with the approach varying according to the types of risk we face. We assess and manage these day-to-day risks with reference to our operating management system (OMS) and agreed action plans.
Periodic collation and review of risks and risk management plans happens at the business and functional level, including major accident risk and other potentially high-consequence risks.
Oversight and governance occurs at board, executive and function levels to help foster effective group-wide oversight, business planning and resource allocation, intervention and knowledge sharing.
Restructuring to reduce our operational risk
We have made significant structural changes to the way we run our business since the tragic accident in the Gulf of Mexico.
The upstream business has been reorganized into three divisions (exploration, developments and production). This creates greater clarity and accountability, as well as bringing specialists together into teams where they can build their capability.
For example, we have changed the way that our wells across the world are run, bringing them all under the management of one global organization. We have adopted a similar management strategy for all our global upstream projects.

In addition, we have introduced an independent safety and operational risk function. It issues company-wide safety and operational risk standards, through our operating management system. It provides an independent view of risk and, it can escalate or intervene as necessary to promote the operating businesses’ application of global standards on safety and operational risk.