Once online at BP's US$9 billion Mad Dog 2 project, Argos, a semi-submersible, floating production platform, will be the company’s fifth operated platform in the Gulf of Mexico.
Bernard Looney, CEO, said the reaching of the target was the result of "earlier than anticipated delivery of disposal proceeds combined with very strong business performance during the first quarter."
Two of the projects will take place in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, and one will be carried out offshore Trinidad & Tobago.
LYTT has enhanced production at BP's North Sea Clair Ridge site by 2000 bpd via a 'tuning' strategy informed by real-time in-well data analysis.
Rosneft and BP have agreed to cooperate in identifying and developing new low carbon solutions and programmes.
C-Innovation will supply and complete all project management and engineering to provide a complete RLWI system utilising technology from Baker Hughes, Caltex Oil Tools and Halliburton.
Block 61, covering around 3950 km2 in central Oman, contains the largest tight gas development in the Middle East.
BP has relaunched the sale of stakes in a number of North Sea oilfields it agreed to sell to Premier Oil before Premier was taken over last year, according to industry sources.