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BP and its history in America
2018 U.S. Economic Impact Report
Meet BP's Janet Weiss, President of BP Alaska

Safety

Start to finish
From discovery to delivery, learn how BP puts its energy into safety every step of the way.
Turning hard to reach into easy to see
See how BP uses new thermal imaging technology to inspect remote pipelines.
Shipping oil and gas safely
BP engineered a fleet of 32 brand-new ships with advanced technology, so we can make sure oil and gas are transported safely.
Lori Knutson

Lori Knutson manages operations on our Mad Dog platform, leading teams onshore and off in the safe production of oil. See how the members of Lori’s team look out for each other, building “a family atmosphere” and a culture of safety.

Ronica Hall

BP’s Whiting Refinery processes 19 million gallons of fuel a day. Ronica Hall is always looking for safer ways to get that job done.

Safety is personal

At BP’s Cooper River plant, employees take safety personally – down to each piece of equipment.

Technology

A bird's eye view
At BP, we’ve pioneered drone technology to monitor our refinery operations, giving our engineers the opportunity to spot potential safety issues from any angle.
The flow of data
Wireless sensor monitoring technology gives BP engineers the ability to monitor pipelines around the clock, so they can prevent a leak before it ever happens.
Robotic inspection technology

At BP, our engineers use robotic ultrasound technology to detect and repair issues like corrosion before they ever become a problem. 

Developing technology
BP develops new industry-leading software to monitor drilling operations in real time, so our engineers can solve problems with the most precise data at their fingertips.
Adapting existing technology

At BP, we adapt the best existing technology for new uses, such as leveraging ultrasound technology used to see inside patients to detect early signs of corrosion at our refineries. 

Monitoring

Different points of view
BP teams are constantly connected. Offshore teams have 24/7 support from onshore experts, so we have extra sets of eyes on our wells every day.
Below and beyond
BP engineers use underwater robots as their eyes beneath the sea surface. The remote operated vehicle (ROV) technology enables them to keep watch over safe operations from thousands of feet above. 
Beating the storm
BP wind farms are monitored 24/7 by our remote operations center in Houston enabling onsite teams to have constant flow of information and data to ensure safe operations.
Turning hard to reach into easy to see
See how BP uses new thermal imaging technology to inspect remote pipelines.

Training

Drill simulation training

BP drilling teams train in virtual reality simulators, so we are better prepared.

Training together in simulators

At BP, everyone on an offshore rig depends on one another. Entire teams train together in immersive simulators, so they know exactly what to do before they have to do it.

Immersive training experience

At BP, we’re working with Maersk to provide an immersive training experience that builds the confidence to handle challenging situations.