Features and Highlights

BP Energy Outlook: 10 U.S. Takeaways

February 20, 2019

BP’s 2019 Energy Outlook report considers a range of scenarios to explore different aspects of the energy transition. Get the ten key U.S. takeaways from the report.

Susan Dio speaks to Society of Petroleum Engineers WIN Congress

January 25, 2019

Susan Dio, Chairman and CEO of BP America speaks to Society of Petroleum Engineers WIN Congress.

Event Highlights the Status of Women in the Corporate World

January 7, 2019

The role of women in the workplace was explored recently at an event where Susan Dio, Chairman and CEO of BP America, and other speakers discussed the challenges women face, the gains that have been made, and the work that is still needed.

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).