BP strives to be a world-class operator, a responsible corporate citizen and a great employer.
We proudly wear the livery of one of the world’s most recognisable brands and believe we have a positive role to play in meeting growing energy demand around the world as well committing to the communities in which we operate. In Australia, BP donates hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding and fuel to community organisations every year. Our employees also volunteer hundreds of hours of their time to our partner organisations. We take our partnerships seriously and we are committed to long-term, enduring relationships that have measurable community benefits. Our community initiatives range from reducing food waste at our retail stores and creating opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, to funding breast cancer services and protecting Western Australia’s coastal biodiversity.
BP’s Advancing Low Carbon accreditation programme
BP Australia’s Ultimate Partnership with OzHarvest is one of 52 global activities to be certified through our Advancing Low Carbon accreditation programme. The accreditation programme is specifically designed to inspire every part of BP to identify lower carbon opportunities, either through actions BP can take itself or in collaboration with others. Click here to read more.
We support Indigenous business owners and leaders to further their business acumen and leadership skills through Melbourne Business School’s master program.
We fuel the fleet of food-rescue organisation OzHarvest and donate surplus food from our stores to people in need.
Royal Flying Doctor Service
Air BP is one of the world's largest suppliers of aviation fuel products and services and a proud National Partner of Australia's Royal Flying Doctor Service.
The Smith Family
As part of the Cadetship to Career program, a joint initiative of The Smith Family and the Business Council of Australia, we support two young people from The Smith Family’s Learning for Life program with eight weeks of full-time paid employment for the duration of their studies. At the end of their studies, cadets are given serious consideration for ongoing employment.