The energy landscape has never been more challenging than it is today, but with those challenges comes opportunity for progress. What you’re able to achieve today is just the start; the exciting opportunities for your future are even greater. You’ll build partnerships, collaborate with amazing people and get to shape your career. Above all, you’ll be part of a world-class team.
On 12 February 2020, our CEO Bernard Looney shared bp's bold new purpose and ambition - to be net zero by 2050 or sooner #bpNetZero. To watch the full webcast, click here https://on.bp.com/fullwebcast
This film describes bp's attempt to provide access to clean, affordable energy for all. How is bp helping to meet the world’s increasing demand for energy, whilst reducing emissions?
bp Advanced Mobility partners, builds and innovates to find better ways of moving people and the things they need. Hear how the people in Advanced Mobility are helping develop the future of low carbon transportation.
Hear from Zainab on what work life is like at bp as a new graduate hire.
Discover more - https://www.bp.com/en/global/corporate/careers/students-and-graduates.html
bp delivers energy products and services around the world. From finding, developing and producing oil and gas resources, to refining, manufacturing and selling related products directly to customers and on the world's markets.
bp's energy products keep the world moving and support a range of vital services. Our challenge for the future is to balance environmental and climate change concerns with the fact that oil and gas will still play a big role. So we continually look to develop innovative ways of lowering emissions, while meeting the world's growing energy needs.
It takes a diverse group of talented people to help us create the real change the world needs. From engineers, automotive experts, geoscientists and chemists to accountants, analysts, technologists and traders. Join our team, and you can develop your career in a supportive, forward-thinking environment, as we reimagine energy. – kevesebb