Oman

Together we can tackle the toughest technical challenges

BP is committed to developing local capabilities through various training and educational programmes. For example, in 2012 we launched our Technicians Development Programme, a multi-year development programme for Omani nationals, designed to take diploma graduates from technical colleges from foundation level to world-class technician over a five-year period. We have supported a summer school and vocational training project for women and children in a community near our concession area. BP is supporting a scholarship programme for a number of high achieving Omani Bachelors and Masters students. 

BP seeks to work with the government and with local communities in partnerships of mutual advantage, while providing energy to customers in a safe, sustainable and environmentally-responsible way. Our business in Oman also supports the BP Young Adventurers Programme, with many Omani school children taking part in weekends of learning and adventure to help develop their leadership skills.

BP Oman has its main office in Shatti Al Qurum in Muscat and currently employs around 300 people. Over 70% of our staff are Omani nationals. 

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