Working as a diver at NASA’s Natural Buoyancy Laboratory, where astronauts train underwater in preparation for the zero gravity environments on board the International Space Station, Virginia Moore was pretty sure she had found her dream job. But after five years, she realised she wanted a career that would continually challenge her. It was then, thanks to her father, that she turned to BP
Martin joined BP 19 years ago as a reservoir engineer - but now he's focused on answering one of the biggest questions of our time. How can we make sure that people can continue to use energy and enjoy the things that make their lives happy and fulfilling, in a sustainable way?
Brian Gilvary, BP's chief financial officer, spoke about the importance of ensuring equal opportunities for everyone – regardless of social class, gender, ethnicity and religion – when he attended the the CBI’s annual conference in London
Some of BP’s most talented young technologists and apprentices have been presented with this year's Tallow Chandlers BP Awards for showing outstanding performance within the company and in their communities
The 2018 BP Skills Refinery overall global winners were crowned and won the ultimate prize: an all-expenses paid trip to the One Young World Summit in London. In 2019, the Skills Refinery will be going global, allowing students from all over the world to upskill themselves in preparation for their future careers