The acronym BHP may refer to the following:

  • Bottom Hole Pressure, an oil and/or gas-related term for the pressure at the bottom of a hole or wellbore
  • Boiler Horsepower, the measure of a boiler's capacity to deliver steam to a steam engine
  • Brake Horsepower, the measure of an internal combustion engine's horsepower before the loss in power caused by other components, such as the gearbox, drivetrain, etc.
  • Browning Hi Power (also BHP, Browning Hi-Power, Browning High Power, Browning High-Power), a semi-automatic handgun designed by American firearms inventor John Browning and FN Herstal and available in 9mm and .40S&W calibers
  • Beardmore-Halford-Pullinger, a manufacturer of aircraft engines that were used in notable World War I aircraft
  • BHP Billiton, an English-Australian multi-national mining, metals and petroleum company
  • Broadlands Dam (a.k.a. Broadlands Hydropower Project), a hydroelectric power project and complex currently under construction in Sri Lanka
  • Bandim Health Project, a population-based health research project and facility in Guinea-Bissau in South Africa
  • Texas Business Honors Program, an undergraduate program at the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin


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