< PrevNext > 86. BP London Share 2019 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $49 million2019 Global Air Volume: $155 millionPrimary Air Suppliers: United, BA, SouthwestPrimary Hotel Suppliers: Hilton, Marriott, IHGPrimary Car Rental Supplier: HertzPrimary Global Online Booking Tool: EgenciaPrimary U.S. Payment Supplier: CitiCard Program: Individual Bill/Central PayPrimary Global Expense Supplier: ConcurTravel Risk Management Supplier: Palantir Technologies Consolidated Global TMC: EgenciaIn 2019, BP had $49 million in U.S.-booked air volume, a drop from $60 million in 2018. The company achieved revenue of $280 billion in 2019. BP expects its U.S.-booked air volume to fall to $20 million in 2020 and land between $25 million and $30 million in 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The company plans to reinvent BP's structure and fortify its commitment to carbon neutral activities. BP requires travelers to justify their travel. In 2019, 30 percent of U.S.-booked air spend was for domestic travel, and 90 percent of U.S.-booked tickets were made through approved online tools. After contracting with CWT for 20 years, BP changed its global TMC to Egencia in October 2019 after executing a global RFP. By year end, the travel team implemented 45 countries on the new travel platform. The remaining 22 countries were implemented in the first and second quarters of 2020. After the change, the number of countries with a self-serve online booking tool rose from 14 to 37. BP has a single global travel policy and a single travel policy for the U.S. BP did not make any changes to the global travel policy in 2019 but is considering a review in 2020 to determine if any changes should be made addressing advance ticketing and lowest logical airfare, as buying air fares evolves with fare tracker technology and New Distribution Capability.