Hot topics: our people

Hear more from our people in our downstream, upstream and supply & trading functions

  • From intelligence analyst to regulatory analyst: Alexandria's story

    How BP’s Military Placement Programme (MPP) allowed one former US Army Captain to make a smooth transition into the oil and gas industry

  • Joanna Reynolds wins Graduate of The Year Award

    Joanna Reynolds, a Geophysicist challenger graduate in the Schiehallion team in Aberdeen wins the Graduate of the Year Award

  • My Career: Andy Collins

    Andy Collins, BP’s global operations organization’s vice president for non-operated joint ventures, operated by others (OBOs) and regions, talks about how his varied career at BP has taken him from deep sea to the desert.

  • FLP Q&A

    BP's Future Leaders Programme (FLP) provides a structured approach to developing high calibre men and women with a global mind-set to become leaders of the future

  • WeAreTechWomen: Isabella's reflections

    I would like to thank BP for sponsoring the trip, and my ticket to the conference. It has certainly been a life-changing experience, and I felt that I have grown as an individual because of it. I would like to thank my mentor, Rebecca, for being a great confidant, advisor and role model. I would also like to thank Christine-Marie for being a great help and guide. I am really grateful to the entire BP team I met at the event.

  • What makes a BP Future Leader?

    Evelyn Gardiner, Downstream Head of HR, talks about the Future Leaders Programme: what it’s for, its importance to BP, and what she looks for in an applicant

  • Unique opportunities on our Future Leaders Programme

    Dr. Cynthia Pierre, now a Materials & Corrosion Engineer in Australia, gives us an insight into her experience of the Future Leaders Programme and explains how she got to where she is today

  • Top application and interview tips from Future Leaders

    We have asked some of the current FLPs to give us their top interview and application tips to help you make the most of the application process

  • Engineering perspectives

    On International Women in Engineering Day, completion engineer Diana talks about her role at BP

  • WeAreTechWomen Conference: Ayman Assaf

    Ayman Assaf (BP’s CIO for Supply and Trading Compliance, Regulatory, Risk and Finance) will be participating in a career development panel at the WeAreTechWomen event aimed at women in the tech sector who are looking to broaden their technology horizons, learn new skills and build their technology networks.

  • WeAreTechWomen: Monique Breen

    On Thursday 30th November BP will be attending the WeAreTechWomen Conference in London as headline sponsor. Monique Breen will be participating in a mentoring session at this event aimed at women in the tech sector who are looking to broaden their technology horizons, learn new skills and build their technology networks.

  • A day in the life: Byron Davis

    Byron Davis works for BP's indirect procurement team. where he assists and leads procurement projects which both save costs and reduce risk.

  • Budapest bike ride

    BP employees ride 170 kms to support the Szeged Perinatal Emergency Foundation

  • From sea to shore: 'there are some experiences you'd never have in a normal job'

    After spending the early years of her shipping career at sea, Courtney now works on shore as a ship operator, looking after BP-operated and chartered vessels in Australian and New Zealand waters

  • My Career: Bilal Ahmed

    Part of BP’s Graduate Programme, twenty-five year old Bilal Ahmad is working on Shah Deniz 2 – one of the company’s largest and most complex projects in the Caspian Sea.

  • Scholar stories: Heather Legan

    Heather Legan is a process engineering intern, a two-time BP scholar and a double major in chemical engineering and economics who is turning her passions into exciting, career-building experiences

  • 5 minutes with Katherine Lennie – a 2017 summer intern

    Katherine Lennie joined our 2017 summer intern programme, spending time with our Global Energy Trading Business.; she is currently a student at the University of Nottingham, studying for a BA in Geography

  • A bright future for Future Leaders

    Alessandro Antonioli is Commercial Developer specialising in crude oil in supply and trading (UK). He spent ten minutes telling us about how the Future Leaders Programme has helped him to develop

  • BP Future Leader: Aida

    Aida Elbouanani has been part of BP’s Future Leaders Programme since she joined the company in 2017. Her role as a Workshop Sales Manager for Castrol in Dubai focusses on building relationships with the company’s global strategic partners in the Middle East

  • BP Future Leader: Robin

    Currently based in Shanghai, thirty-one-year-old Robin Zhu is a project manager and part of BP’s Future Leaders Programme. The programme has enabled him to expand his skill set and diversify his career.

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