BP produces millions of barrels of oil and gas equivalent every day. From initial discoveries to chemical refining, our engineers are involved in every stage
You could be working at a drilling site in Alaska or improving the processes for a Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) project half way around the world. There are pipelines and refineries, new solar technologies and even wind farms. And everywhere BP operates, safety as well as efficiency are priorities. Our engineers pioneer the latest technologies at some of the world’s most remote locations. They have the skills to turn yesterday’s obstacles into viable assets that can help BP supply the growing demand for energy. To them, every well, every pipeline and every new chemical compound is another link in the chain between theory and practice. And it’s those connections that help BP solve some of the biggest technical challenges facing the energy industry.
About Engineering careers at BP
At BP, we believe that by investing in people and technology, we can achieve remarkable things. And, if we’re going to find, process and market energy for the global market, nothing less than remarkable will suffice. Whether your speciality is mechanical, integrity, instrument, chemical or process engineering or one of the disciplines unique to the energy industry, BP’s projects offer opportunities to many employees to develop their skills and work with the most advanced technology in their field. We need engineers whose skills and approach make them leaders and prepare them for some of the largest, most complex and most challenging projects in the world.