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Islands in the Upstream

Regional president for bpTT Norman Christie explains to BP Magazine why the Caribbean nation will be a key player in BP’s shift towards gas

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Locations

  • 14 September 2017
    Caspian calling: a view of Azerbaijan's oil fields

    As BP and its partners agree with the Government of Azerbaijan to extend production from one of the country’s largest oil fields until 2049, take a look at working life on and around the platforms of the Azeri-Chirag-Deepwater Gunashli field in the Caspian Sea

  • 23 August 2017
    ‘Big fields get bigger’: how Australia’s North West Shelf Project continues to grow

    As a partner for more than three decades in Australia’s largest oil and gas resource development, BP has a significant non-operated Upstream portfolio there. With BP’s fourth major project of 2017 now on stream, BP Magazine hears from Claire Fitzpatrick, vice president for Upstream in Australia, about the world-class scale North West Shelf Project, new opportunities and why the team’s regional gas strategy is a perfect fit with the wider BP business

  • 14 August 2017
    Islands in the Upstream: Juniper start-up set to boost Trinidad's gas supply

    As BP starts up the fifth of seven major projects in 2017 – and the second of the year in Trinidad and Tobago – regional president Norman Christie explains how new production will make a difference for the islands’ domestic energy supplies and why the Caribbean nation will be a key player in fulfilling BP’s shift towards gas

Innovations

  • 6 September 2017
    Six next-generation technologies that matter for the energy industry

    Technology moves so rapidly today that new approaches or ideas can emerge – and fade – within short timescales. This is especially evident in the energy world where the evolution of established technologies, coupled with the increasing influence of digital innovation, together with customer demand and government policies, are changing the way companies operate. As the industry adapts to the energy transition, BP Magazine looks at another set of technologies for tomorrow

  • 4 July 2017
    Turbine technology: the science behind generating electricity from thin air

    Why are wind turbines so tall? How do the blades turn to catch the wind as it changes direction? Can there ever be too much wind? Find out the science behind this renewable energy source from two BP wind engineers - this is how electricity is generated out of thin air...

  • 18 May 2017
    Venturing into the future: how BP is developing next generation technologies

    Turning household waste into jet fuel, carbon dioxide into concrete and gas-guzzling trucks into energy-saving convoys are just some of the ways in which BP is helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. BP Magazine takes a look at three of the transitional technologies in a portfolio of venturing businesses leading the way towards a lower carbon energy future

Observations

  • 1 August 2017
    A visual guide to BP's half-year 2017 results

    Looking for the key numbers from BP's half-year results, at a glance? From operating cash flow to the average Brent oil price for the quarter, find the headlines and highlights from the last three months in this infographic...

  • 4 July 2017
    In the mix: the evolving US energy market

    The latest edition of BP’s Statistical Review of World Energy sheds new light on the long-term transitions and shorter-term adjustments shaping global energy markets in 2016. The numbers and charts indicate that the world is moving toward cleaner fuels, but what does the data reveal about how this energy evolution is progressing in the United States?

  • 13 June 2017
    World energy in 2016: ten things to know

    What and who were the movers and shakers in the energy mix last year? BP’s chief economist Spencer Dale takes us through the headlines from the BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2017, a publication that is now in its 66th year