BP in Canada is discovering the energy potential of the oilsands, has exploration licenses offshore and is one of the country’s largest energy traders – creating flexible, long-term career opportunities for people like you.
Headquartered in Calgary, the company includes our upstream business, and our Integrated Supply and Trading business which is comprised of the North America Gas & Power (NAGP) and Global Oil Americas (GOA) teams.
BP in Canada focuses on in-situ development of energy from Canada’s oil sands, located in north-eastern Alberta. Tapping our vast experience in producing oil and gas from reservoirs in offshore environments, we are also pursuing opportunities in the Beaufort Sea and Nova Scotia. Our IST business spans the country and makes us one of the top oil and natural gas marketers and traders in Canada. In everything we do, the safety of people and operational excellence set the agenda. We are also committed to improving our environmental performance and building meaningful engagement with our stakeholders. Join us in Calgary and you’ll be able to live and work in an attractive and dynamic city situated on the banks of the Bow River and close to Alberta's majestic Rocky Mountains.
We need the best professionals to help us deliver oil resources to meet current and future energy needs in the most effective, innovative and responsible way. Join our 300-strong workforce and you’ll work alongside some of the most skilled and dedicated people in the energy industry, including professionals with SAGD experience, who are working to create a secure energy future both locally and globally.
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved at BP, socialize with colleagues and learn from them.
Besides wellness events and volunteer opportunities, we hold various social club events and offer discounted tickets to a variety of events around Calgary.
Employees in the upstream business in Canada follow a 9/80 work schedule, which consists of 9-hour days on Mondays through Thursdays.
Every other Friday is an eight-hour day and the alternate Friday is a day off. In addition, the upstream business offers three flex days per calendar year. There are plenty of opportunities to get involved at BP, socialize with colleagues and learn from them. Besides wellness events and volunteer opportunities, we hold various social club events and offer discounted tickets to a variety of events around Calgary.
Employees in our IST business work a Monday-to-Friday schedule and are eligible to take 11 flex days per calendar year.
BP Canada invests in people and programs that pursue sustainable and long-lasting progress in three key areas: education, environment and the community.
Whether it’s surprising classrooms with the news they’ve won a grant to implement energy education projects through BP’s A+ for Energy program, donating to our annual Employee Giving Campaign or supporting our many other community initiatives, BP employees are always eager to get involved. BP recognizes and supports employees who donate to charities or volunteer by matching funds through an employee matching program.
A+ for Energy
BP Canada focuses on developing energy from Canada’s oil sands, home to the third-largest crude reserves in the world
Head of Market Intelligence, Kelly talks about her career at BP and the future state of trading analytics
BP's chief operating officer for developments and technology, James Dupree, explains why oil still has a significant role to play in the upstream strategy and how the portfolio focuses on 'advantaged' resources