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Rep. Culberson tours BP’s Houston campus

Release date: June 1, 2018

U.S. Rep. John Culberson, R-Houston, visited BP’s Houston office to meet with business leaders about BP’s operations in Texas and tour areas of campus that have reopened since sustaining flood damage during Hurricane Harvey
Group shot with Rep. Culberson and Susan Dio
Rep Culberson talking at the roundtable
Rep. Culberson and Susan Dio

Susan Dio, chairman and president of BP America, and other BP leaders met with the congressman for a roundtable discussion about the company’s operations across the state — including BP Shipping’s partnership with the Port of Houston and the Freeport LNG terminal, Lower 48’s onshore business in Texas, and new innovations in upstream technology — as well as federal legislation impacting BP.

 

Dio and campus leaders also shared an overview of the work accomplished over the past nine months to reopen BP’s main office tower and other parts of campus affected by the flooding.

 

Houston is home to BP’s U.S. headquarters, and it also represents the company’s largest employee base anywhere in the world. The company has other high-tech facilities in Houston, including its Global Monitoring Center and its Center for High-Performance Computing.