Quality products, with security of supply
Supply and security
One of the key foundations of our business is a close working relationship with BP’s Integrated Supply and Trading (IST) business. IST has a world class reputation and is highly respected within the trading community. It has total responsibility for sourcing and selling all the energy that the BP Group produces and requires. This strength in global trading ensures we offer unrivalled levels of supply security and cost effective products throughout our global network of ports. With first class operations in a diverse portfolio of both hub and niche ports. BP Marine is well placed to serve your needs. Through our continuous investment in infrastructure, upgrading of existing supply locations, investment in new key bunker fuel ports, and the extensive use of double-hulled barges, we will ensure that we meet your needs – today and in the future.
The technical team have end-to-end responsibility for resolving any fuel quality, quantity or demurrage claims, allowing BP Marine to monitor the performance of its operations centrally and work towards continuously improving service levels. The technical team acts as a focal point for sharing best practice around the world and monitors the operational standards within the BP Marine fuels business. In addition, they play an important role in the international bunker fuels industry, supporting legislative bodies and engine builders as well as conducting research programmes within BP’s Global Research Centre.
BP Marine provides its customers with a powerful problem-solving force through our experienced and dedicated technical team. Taking end-to-end responsibility for resolving any fuel quality, quantity or demurrage claims allows BP Marine to monitor the performance of its operations centrally and work towards constantly improving service levels. The technical team acts as a focal point for sharing best practice around the world and monitors the operational standards within the BP Marine fuels business. In addition, they play an influential role in the international bunker fuels industry, supporting legislative bodies and engine builders as well as conducting numerous programs within BP’s Global Research Centre
Our goals in respect of HSE are very clearly stated: no accidents: no harm to people and no damage to the environment.
Everybody who works for BP, anywhere, is responsible for HSE. The health and safety of our employees and of those who come into contact with our operations and products, along with the impact we may have upon the environment are our highest priorities.
BP Marine encourages a 'zero incident mindset' in all employees, contractors and partners. This means that we will not be satisfied until we achieve zero incidents in our health, safety and environmental performance.
Our environmental commitment
Environmental protection is central to everything we do. At BP Marine, we pride ourselves on our spill prevention programmes. Prevention focuses on using the right equipment, by trained personnel, working to effective procedures. Our priority is to retain all products within primary containment, but in the event of any unfortunate incidents, we work directly with customers, suppliers and third parties to ensure we learn and minimize any possible reoccurrence.
Effective spill prevention is critical to BP Marine's environmental performance. Our aim is zero spills. A full spill prevention programme forms part of our global Assurance process, which includes training, pre-delivery inspections and full assessments throughout our global network.
In order to continually improve our performance we work with our contractors and customers to report all spills or near misses, no matter how small, which are then investigated and analysed to prevent recurrence. We focus on root causes to ensure corrective actions and preventive measures are utilized to reduce and eliminate future incidents.