By 2030 global oil production is estimated to reach 100 million barrels a day. How much energy will we need to invest in moving it around the world?
It’s clear that energy production has to increase. Less is not an option. And that applies not only to oil, but also to liquefied natural gas (LNG), coal and other forms of energy. With new discoveries happening often, it’s also clear supplies are – and will continue to be – a long way from the global centres of demand. Our teams in shipping transport energy all over the world, and they do it safely, responsibly and as efficiently as possible.
About Shipping careers at BP
From vessel design and operations, to chartering, ship manning, terminal vetting and logistics, BP Shipping attracts people with diverse talents to work both onshore and at sea. What unites them is the determination to ensure our carriers meet the highest standards. From tankers in our international fleet to ships in our regional or specialist fleets, our focus is on making energy transportation an outstanding part of our business. Better, smoother operations keeps energy flowing – and that’s an important part of ensuring we have the resources in place to manage future growth.