The oil giant has posted its best quarterly results in three years with profits for the first three months of 2018 rising by 71% to £1.7bn.
BP saw profits hit a three-year high during the first quarter, boosted by higher oil prices and seasonal inventory builds.
Reported oil and gas production was 3.7 million barrels of oil equivalent a day during the quarter, 6% higher than the first quarter of 2017.
This led to the group reporting a 71% increase in profits during the period, totalling a slick £1.7bn.
Bob Dudley, BP group chief executive, said: "We have delivered another strong set of results. Our safe and reliable operations and strong financial delivery have continued into 2018.
“Underlying profit was up 23% on the previous quarter and was our best quarterly result in three years.
“With rising output from our new major projects and excellent reliability, upstream production was 9% higher than a year earlier.
"Moving through 2018 we're determined to keep delivering our operational targets and maintaining capital discipline while growing cash flow and returns.
"Over the longer term, our new lower carbon ambitions, including clear targets for our own emissions, will help ensure that all of BP is also focused on advancing the energy transition."
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