Features and Highlights

BPX’s Kola Fagbayi discusses safety culture and global energy transition in Houston

December 7, 2018

BP is committed to meeting global energy demand while simultaneously reducing greenhouse gas emissions, said Kola Fagbayi, vice president for HSSE and engineering technical authority for BPX, BP’s U.S. onshore oil and gas business.

Venture adventure: investing in tomorrow’s tech

December 6, 2018

Transformative technology starts out with a great idea that needs financial backing and talented people to make it become a reality. From space-tested artificial intelligence to “greener” concrete, BP’s venture investments in the U.S. are as diverse as the wider business portfolio.

By popular vote: new platform continues canine instinct in Gulf of Mexico field

November 27, 2018

BP’s next production platform in the Gulf of Mexico, part of a $9-billion major project in the Mad Dog field, will be called Argos. The new name for the floating production facility has been chosen by hundreds of employees from the North American business.

Tesla wind project starts in US

November 13, 2018

BP Wind Energy has initiated a high-performance energy storage project using a battery supplied and fitted by Tesla.

Volunteering with veterans: BP mentors support next career steps

November 11, 2018

BP employees are helping those who served pursue their next career path, in the energy industry or beyond, through a one-on-one mentoring initiative in conjunction with American Corporate Partners (ACP).

New era, new name for BP’s Lower 48 business

October 31, 2018

In a deal that will significantly upgrade BP’s U.S. onshore oil and gas portfolio and help drive long-term growth, the company has completed the $10.5 billion acquisition of BHP’s U.S. unconventional assets.

Thunder Horse expansion project starts up in Gulf of Mexico

October 18, 2018

The fourth major global Upstream project to begin production for BP this year, the Thunder Horse Northwest Expansion, started up in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico.
 

In pictures: how BP is advancing the US energy transition

September 28, 2018

As the world demands more energy, it also demands that it be produced and delivered, in new ways with fewer emissions. BP in the US is working hard to advance the energy transition across its businesses and operations.

Jobs, investments and energy supplies: 10 things to know about BP’s impact across America

September 18, 2018

Looking for a snapshot of BP’s economic contribution to the U.S.? Here are 10 things to know from the company’s 2018 U.S. Economic Impact Report, out now.

BP deploys Plant Operations Advisor on Gulf of Mexico platforms

September 4, 2018

Advanced analytics solution, developed with BHGE, will be installed on BP’s upstream assets around the world.

Houston: a year after the hurricane

August 27, 2018

As Texas marks one year since Hurricane Harvey, BP employees – together with the wider Houston community – are reflecting on the devastation caused by a storm that brought more than 9 trillion gallons of rain in just five days.

How BP’s Lower 48 Business Is Tackling the Methane Challenge

August 3, 2018

Find out more about how BP’s Lower 48 business has achieved significant methane reductions through a series of voluntary actions.

Energy Secretary Perry and Rep. Culberson tour BP’s Houston campus

August 1, 2018

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry and Rep. John Culberson (R-Houston) visited BP’s Houston Westlake campus to see the areas impacted by flooding during Hurricane Harvey and the work that has been done to re-open Westlake One.

BP sponsors the Women's Congressional Policy Institute's STEAM fair

July 24, 2018

BP was a signature sponsor at The Women’s Congressional Policy Institute’s STEAM fair, which promotes science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics education to young women.