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Client Profile: Summary, 2013
Major Political Contributor

Lobbying by related organizations:

A special interest’s lobbying activity may go up or down over time, depending on how much attention the federal government is giving their issues. Particularly active clients often retain multiple lobbying firms, each with a team of lobbyists, to press their case for them.
Year:  2013″)2012″)2011″)2010″)2009″)2008″)2007″)2006″)2005″)2004″)2003″)2002″)2001″)2000″)1999″)1998″)

Total Lobbying Expenditures: $2,040,000
Subtotal for Subsidiary BP America: $1,980,000
Subtotal for Subsidiary BP Wind Energy North America: $60,000

BP Lobbying by Industry
Industry Total
Oil & Gas $1,980,000
Misc Energy $60,000
Lobbying Expenses Reported by Subsidiary BP America
Firms Hired Total Reported by Filer Reported Contract Expenses (included in Total Reported by Filer)
BP America $1,980,000
Alpine Group $80,000
DC Legislative & Regulatory Services $30,000
Duberstein Group $75,000
Fierce, Isakowitz & Blalock $60,000
Podesta Group $80,000
Stuntz, Davis & Staffier $40,000
Lobbying Expenses Reported by Subsidiary BP Wind Energy North America
Firms Hired Total Reported by Filer Reported Contract Expenses (included in Total Reported by Filer)
Cassidy & Assoc $60,000

NOTE: All lobbying expenditures on this page come from the Senate Office of Public Records. Data for the most recent year was downloaded on April 29, 2013.

Source:  Center for Responsive Politics:  http://www.opensecrets.org/lobby/clientsum.php?id=D000000091

 

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