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  • Jewel of the Nile: stage two of WND project starts up
    Jewel of the Nile: stage two of WND project starts up
    As BP announces start-up of the second phase of its West Nile Delta mega project in Egypt, BP Magazine takes a closer look at what it means for BP and the region
  • Meet BP’s flexible fellows
    Meet BP’s flexible fellows
    The possibility of helping to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges has led many bright and talented scientists to launch a career in research. But, with long hours in the laboratory and little talk of ‘work-life’ balance,’ it can be a tough environment in which to build a name for yourself while balancing personal commitments. A new BP-funded, flexible fellowship is helping to change that for two gifted scientific researchers who happen to be young mothers too
  • New technology captures BP's interest
    New technology captures BP's interest
    Following its role in the Clean Gas Project, BP backs further development in carbon capture technology
  • 4Q and full year 2018 numbers and highlights
    4Q and full year 2018 numbers and highlights
    From the key numbers to the milestone moments discover the story of BP’s year in seven highlights.
  • New chapter for Africa’s energy story
    New chapter for Africa’s energy story
    A project to unlock vast gas resources lying off the coasts of Mauritania and Senegal was given the green light today with the announcement of a Final Investment Decision (FID) for the cross-border Greater Tortue Ahmeyim development
  • The faces and places of BP in 2018
    The faces and places of BP in 2018
    From the wide expanses of the open ocean to our high street filling stations, BP people are in action across 70 countries delivering the energy that keeps the world moving. Enjoy some of our favourite images of the BP team and their workplaces in 2018
  • Five secrets to Cooper River’s 40 years of success
    Five secrets to Cooper River’s 40 years of success
    As BP’s Cooper River chemical plant celebrates four decades of helping to provide the US with the building blocks for modern life, BP Magazine talks to the team and learns what’s behind its enduring success – from its industrial heritage to its commitment to finding environmentally-friendly solutions for the future
  • World first in CCUS technology
    World first in CCUS technology
    BP will be supporting the feasibility study for what would be the world’s first large-scale commercial facility for capturing the carbon emissions from gas-fired power generation, it was announced today. The Clean Gas Project, based on Teesside in northeast England, will serve as a testing ground for the commercialization of carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) technology
  • Lightsource BP: one year on and going global
    Lightsource BP: one year on and going global
    As 2017 drew to a close, BP joined forces with a trailblazing company called Lightsource, Europe’s largest solar developer
  • Parr excellence – a west of Shetland story of skill and perseverance
    Parr excellence – a west of Shetland story of skill and perseverance
    As Clair Ridge prepares to celebrate first oil, BP’s operations west of Shetland are once again in the spotlight. But, it’s not the only milestone being marked in the region. Some 20 years after the start of the production from the Schiehallion field, BP Magazine talks to senior geophysicist Ronnie Parr, whose role in its discovery would be crucial in not only unlocking these vast reserves, but also in paving the way for future major North Sea plays. Here, he recalls how it was achieved with only rudimentary data and a lot of determination
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