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  • First among equals: BP's women engineers
    First among equals: BP's women engineers
    From dismantling the lights in a dolls' house to dreaming big and aiming high, these women knew from a young age that engineering was the career for them. To mark International Women in Engineering Day, BP Magazine highlights six BP women, past and present, who have achieved some pretty impressive firsts in this fiercely competitive field
  • Rebels with a cause: BP’s data science specialists
    Rebels with a cause: BP’s data science specialists
    From AI to algorithms, digital technologies are severely disrupting the status quo: not just redefining traditional tasks, but turning conventional corporate culture on its head. Here at BP, some of our brightest young graduates are guiding older, more senior leaders to the cutting edge of digital. In the first of our series on the minds behind the machines, we meet petrophysicist Connor Tann, who talks us, slowly, through the digital tools that are transforming the way Upstream operates
  • Vatican climate change talks conclude
    Vatican climate change talks conclude
    BP chief executive Bob Dudley has signed joint statements covering carbon pricing and transparent investments at the conclusion of the two-day summit on the energy transition
  • BP Portrait Award 2019: winner announced
    BP Portrait Award 2019: winner announced
    The winner of the BP Portrait Award 2019 has been announced at the National Portrait Gallery in London, in the 30th year of BP’s sponsorship of the competition
  • In three charts – the dual challenge
    In three charts – the dual challenge
    As BP launches its annual Energy Outlook, BP Magazine highlights how climate change could shape energy markets over the next two decades
  • BP holds 2019 AGM in Aberdeen
    BP holds 2019 AGM in Aberdeen
    Shareholders voted overwhelmingly today at BP’s AGM for a resolution that will help to show how the organization’s strategy is consistent with the Paris climate goals
  • BP calls for rapid shift to low carbon energy system
    BP calls for rapid shift to low carbon energy system
    Ahead of BP's annual general meeting in Aberdeen, chairman Helge Lund writes an op-ed for the Financial Times in support of the Climate Action 100+ resolution and a rapid transition to a low carbon energy system
  • Air BP fuels the ‘Perfect Flight’
    Air BP fuels the ‘Perfect Flight’
    An hour-long flight across Sweden was dubbed the ‘Perfect Flight’ this week. Not for its in-flight entertainment or comfortable leg room, but for the way it combined the latest low carbon aircraft and fuel technology to cut emissions in half
  • Electric vehicles and the mobility revolution
    Electric vehicles and the mobility revolution
    Electric vehicles (EVs) can play a major role in lowering emissions from transport, but, so far, drivers are slow to make the switch. What’s needed to ensure a revolution on mobility gathers pace? BP Magazine speaks to three industry chiefs, from car manufacturers to energy providers, working together to bring zero emissions transport to the masses
  • BP hosts EV charging event
    BP hosts EV charging event
    How do we boost EV numbers? BP brought government and industry figures together this week to address barriers to wider ownership while announcing the UK rollout of 400 ultra-fast EV charging units
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