In the 1970s, BP was still “British Petroleum” — but they were still an oil company, and apparently, even then they were drilling for oil out at sea. For some reason, they branched out and issued … a board game.
Here’s the box cover art, via BoardGameGeek.com:
That’s right, BP’s board game is about the perils of drilling for oil offshore. Apparently, the game even has a hazard card in it which reads “Blow-out! Rig damaged. Oil slick clean-up costs. Pay $1 million.” (Or, say, $20 billion.)
Related: Battleship, from the 1970s.