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BP is set to electrify the UK with the acquisition of Chargemaster

BP has entered into an agreement to buy Chargemaster - the operator of the UK’s largest electric vehicle (EV) charging network and the leading supplier of EV charging infrastructure

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The road ahead: BP and the mobility future

BP Magazine meets the team of innovators, experts and future-focused business developers that make up BP’s advanced mobility unit

Conversations

  • 18 July 2018
    20 years of ETAP

    One of the most ambitious and complex developments in the North Sea, BP’s ETAP hub, is celebrating 20 years of production, with the man at the helm celebrating more than most. Colin Reid fulfilled a long-held dream when he joined the ETAP team, a dream he hopes long continues

  • 4 July 2018
    'I was on a mission - that's the only way to describe it'

    When BP’s chief scientist and head of downstream technology once applied for a summer internship, she was turned down as the role was thought ‘better suited to a young man’. This month, Dr Angela Strank makes history as the first woman to receive the prestigious Cadman Award from the Energy Institute. BP Magazine hears how a childhood fascination with Marie Curie led to a remarkable career in science and business

  • 15 June 2018
    Engineering the future: 'my first offshore project'

    Meet Esmira Qudratova. She joined the energy industry less than five years ago and has already worked on one of BP’s largest global projects, which is bringing Azerbaijani gas from the Caspian Sea to Turkey and, by 2021, to the heart of Europe for the first time. A mechanical engineer by training, she’s seen and touched most of the project’s new infrastructure now sitting offshore. Here’s what she has to say about her experiences so far…

Locations

  • 2 July 2018
    People power: building a gas project across three countries (and counting)

    Tens of thousands of people have played their part in delivering a new source of gas from the Caspian Sea to Turkey. By 2020, gas will travel across another three countries and be available to markets in Western Europe. Individuals across Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey – as well as many other nations – each have a story to tell about their experiences on one of the world’s largest energy projects. BP Magazine meets a handful of those involved to hear their how they made it happen

  • 2 July 2018
    Three countries, one major gas project

  • 26 March 2018
    Fuelling the 'flying kangaroo': Air BP supplies historic 17-hour flight

    It once took four days and involved seven stops to make the journey by air between Australia and the UK. Today, seven decades on, passengers from Perth can be in London in 17 hours. Qantas has launched the first-ever flights to make the 9000-mile (14,500km) journey non-stop. And BP is providing one of the essential components for the new service – jet fuel, produced at its Kwinana refinery and supplied by Air BP

Innovations

  • 11 July 2018
    Fleet first: new gas carriers set sail with latest tech

    With the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade predicted to grow seven times faster than pipeline gas, BP Shipping’s new Partnership class vessels are an invaluable addition to the fleet. Find out more about the technology on board these latest LNG giants as they make their debut on the water

  • 28 June 2018
    The road ahead: BP and the mobility future

    Is the future electric? Will driverless cars dominate the roads? And; what will the forecourts of the future look like? BP Magazine meets the team of innovators, experts and future-focused business developers that make up BP’s advanced mobility unit (AMU). The team are finding the answers to these questions and more by exploring and testing new business models and transport concepts that could eventually change the way we travel

  • 30 May 2018
    Out of this world: Castrol's new InSight on Mars

    NASA’s latest mission to Mars is on its way - with a spacecraft carrying the InSight lander on a six-month cruise towards the red planet. Once there, precision instruments will carry out the planet’s first thorough check-up. To keep all those hi-tech parts running smoothly in outer space, NASA is once again turning to Castrol’s line of specialist lubricants

Observations

  • 31 July 2018
    2Q: Results in brief

    The headline numbers and highlights from BP's second quarter results for 2018

  • 27 June 2018
    Methane matters: the science and the challenges

    Methane emissions are the hot topic at this month’s World Gas Conference, with business leaders including BP’s group chief executive Bob Dudley and Upstream CEO Bernard Looney setting out action to reduce them. But why is methane an issue? And what exactly is BP doing about it?

  • 1 May 2018
    1Q: Results in brief

    The headline numbers and highlights from BP's first quarter results for 2018