The companies began active cooperation in this area in 1998.
In 2006, BP took part in the initial public offering of Rosneft shares and acquired 1.25% of the company's shares.
In 2013, as a result of Rosneft's purchase of TNK-BP, BP became the owner of a further 18.5% stake in the company.
Rosneft and BP have developed an integral format of cooperation, which, along with production projects, includes cooperation in such areas as trade in petroleum products, technology and digitalization, health and safety, environmental protection, as well as social programs and personnel training.
Since 2015, Rosneft and BP, together with Indian companies within the framework of Taas-Yuryakh Neftegazodobycha, have been developing the Srednebotuobinskoye oil and gas condensate field in Eastern Siberia.
The construction of the main facilities of the 2nd stage of the field development has been completed.
The level of production is 14 000 tons per day.
In 2020, 4.8 million tons of liquid hydrocarbons were produced.
Work continues on the development of the Kharampur and Festival license areas in Western Siberia as part of the Kharampurneftegaz project.
In the near future, the company will begin production of natural gas from Cenomanian deposits, which will amount to 11 billion m3 at ramp up.
In addition, there is a joint geological exploration company Yermak Neftegaz.
This company is studying the subsoil of the Yenisei-Khatanga district and the north-west of Western Siberia.
In November 2021, the State Commission on Reserves confirmed the discovery of a new gas condensate field of the Yermak Neftegaz project.
The field's reserves are 384 billion m3 of gas.
The indicator of successful cooperation between Rosneft and BP is the Zohr gas field development project in Egypt, which was discovered in 2015 (Rosneft's share is 30%, BP is 10%, Eni is 50%, Mubadala Petroleum is 10%).
The development of the field began in December 2017, and in August 2019, the design level of daily gas production of 76 million m3 was already reached.
Rosneft and BP are also working on the possibility of creating a joint venture to develop infrastructure for refueling vehicles with natural gas in Russia.
An important topic of cooperation between Rosneft and BP is the strategic partnership in the field of carbon management.
The corresponding Agreement was signed by the parties in February 2021.
Currently, the companies are identifying further opportunities to improve the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Rosneft and BP are developing the latest design standards and evaluating the implementation of a number of low-carbon technologies at their joint ventures in Russia and are considering the possibility of implementing projects in the field of wind energy, energy efficiency, carbon capture and storage, as well as natural CO2 absorption.
All this contributes to the implementation of low-carbon plans of both companies.
Rosneft and BP continue to cooperate in the supply of oil and petroleum products.
Since 2018, Rosneft has supplied BP with 30 million tons of oil and petroleum products.
The companies are strategic partners in the German oil products market.
Rosneft Deutschland continues to supply petroleum products to BP's filling network in Germany, as well as the main fuels for sale in the German market.