We believe reconciliation will be achieved through honest acknowledgment and responsibility taken for the injustices of the past, humility and compassion for addressing the challenges of the present, First Nations’ sovereignty and unity as we look towards the future.
Development of our 2023 – 2026 Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is guided by our sustainability framework, which underpins our net zero strategy. It sets out 20 aims in the areas we believe we can make the biggest difference, not only for bp but for society.
Five of these aims are focused on people through a just energy transition and sustainable livelihoods, respect for human rights, greater equity and enhanced wellbeing.
Our RAP is in support of these aims and we understand our responsibility and privilege to contribute to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organisations and the value that doing so can provide towards a reconciled Australia.
Through our (RAP), we have formalised accountabilities to help actualise the economic and social changes required to maintain Australia’s prosperity, for all Australians. Our RAP supports Indigenous communities through employment opportunities, procurement of supplies and services, strategic partnerships, fuel discounts and the sale of Opal® fuel.
Opal® fuel is a low-aromatic unleaded fuel that doesn't contain the properties that create a high when sniffed
Our Indigenous Employment Strategy is dedicated to providing career opportunities for Indigenous people
At bp we understand that business is only as successful as the community in which it operates. Developing strong relationships with local communities based on mutual trust and respect underpins our strategy to become an integrated energy company and is central to the way we do business.
We work closely with a number of organisations which have a direct and positive impact on Indigenous communities
We accept the invitation, and in support of our aims and ambitions for our workforce and customers to experience greater equity, we’re adding our support for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament.