Features and Highlights

BP employees volunteer to support Houston’s recovery

September 8, 2017

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, BP employees have volunteered in large numbers to help Houston recover and rebuild.
 

Western Caucus Delegation visits the North Slope

August 17, 2017

Members of the United States Congress' Western Caucus Delegation visited Alaska’s North Slope, where BP recently celebrated 40 years of production at Prudhoe Bay.

Turbine technology: the science behind generating electricity from thin air

August 8, 2017

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...

Highlighting BP’s broader safety culture at the Cherry Point Refinery

August 11, 2017

For Cherry Point workers, safety is not simply one priority among others — it’s their most important commitment, a commitment that defines the culture and identity of the entire refinery.

BP Global Refining hosts OTS continuous improvement forum at Whiting Refinery

July 31, 2017

BP Global Refining recently hosted a continuous improvement forum for its operator training simulator community at the Whiting Refinery.

Members of Congress Visit North Slope

July 11, 2017

On July 8, eight members of the United States Congress, all of whom serve on the House Energy and Commerce Committee visited Alaska’s North Slope, where BP recently celebrated 40 years of production at Prudhoe Bay.

Voices from the North Slope of Alaska: John Haines

July 11, 2017

To mark the 40th anniversary of oil production at Prudhoe Bay, BP employees who were there at the beginning talk about producing energy for America in one of the harshest environments in the world.

BP supports wounded military and veterans at Warrior Games

July 11, 2017

Hundreds of wounded and recovering active military personnel and veterans recently gathered in downtown Chicago for the week-long Warrior Games where they received support from BP, one of the sponsors of the event.

From drones to DIY labs, summer camps keep students learning

July 6, 2017

Students across the U.S. are spending their summer breaks experimenting with cutting-edge technologies and exploring new industries, all while sharpening their skills in STEM.