BBC Breakfast fans fume over 'pointless' BP profits report 'Why are energy bills so high!'

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Reporter Ben pointed out BP’s rivals have also reported whopping profits. 

Last week, Shell announced record-breaking profits of £9billion between April and June 2022. 

Explaining the reasons behind the huge profits, he said: “Partly after lockdowns were lifted there was a surge in demand for oil and gas so that pushes the price up, the sanctions on Russia after Russia invaded Ukraine, Russia is a big supplier of energy so that’s limited supplies and pushed the price up and all the while people are seeing their household gas and electric bills soar.

“It’s costing more to fill up the car so these profits will sit slightly uncomfortably.”



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