|Bid||2,075.50 x 216300|
|Ask||2,076.00 x 249300|
|Day's Range||2,058.50 - 2,083.00|
|52 Week Range||1,791.00 - 2,295.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||-6,762.21|
|Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
A bout 300 BP workers commute 150 miles here by helicopter, from the Louisiana coast to a deep-sea drilling platform that can produce more oil in a day than a West Texas rig can pump in a year. On the deck of Thunder Horse, they work two-week shifts, drink seawater from a desalination plant, and eat ribs and chicken ferried in by boat. This is just one of the four Gulf of Mexico platforms on which BP has staked its future in U.S. oil production.
COPENHAGEN/FRANKFURT, June 27 (Reuters) - Wind farm operators are betting on a new generation of colossal turbines, which will dwarf many skyscrapers, as they seek to remain profitable after European countries phase out subsidies that have defined the green industry since the 1990s. The world's three leading offshore wind operators - DONG Energy, EnBW and Vattenfall - all told Reuters they were looking to these megaturbines to help adapt to the upcoming reality with dwindling government handouts.
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