Urgent Saff Recruitment at British Petroleum – Apply Now
We are a global energy business involved in every aspect of the energy system. We have 75,000 employees in 80 countries, working towards delivering light, heat and mobility to millions of people, every day.
We are one of the very few companies equipped to solve some of the big complex challenges that matter for the future. We have a real contribution to make to the world’s ambition of a low carbon future.
The BP Statistical Overview of World Energy’s Most Considered is an objective review of what has happened to the energy market in 2018.
The 2019 launch webcast, hosted by Group Chief Executive Bob Dudley and Group Chief Economist Spencer Dale, is available and available on demand.
British Petroleum Careers & Jobs 2019
Working at BP: At BP you’ll enjoy an inclusive work environment where you can make the most of a range of benefits such as flexible working, employee offers, company share schemes and more.
From the shop floor to the boardroom, the deep ocean to the edge of space: with over 70000 people working in hundreds of different roles, BP is a company with career choices to suit everyone. It is in BP’s interest to invest in our greatest assets – our people – to ensure that what might start out as just a job becomes a long and fulfilling career. We value our employees and work hard to retain those we recruit.That’s why our reward packages, work/life balance and training are amongst the best in the industry.
We’re leaders in technology, exploration and production. We’re one team and we believe that every employee has a part to play in the shift to a lower carbon world.
Delivering a world-class candidate experience starts with transparency of information about what you can expect from the application process.
BP’s economics team produces two reports annually. One – EnergyLook – Looking Forward and the other – World Energy Statistical Review – Analyzing previous year’s data. When EnergyLook was first published in January 2011, the Statistical Review informs the Energy Economics community since 1952.
How can the next generation of energy leaders face one of the biggest challenges in the world: the need for clean energy that emits less energy? Twelve young minds who are at the forefront of tackling one of the biggest challenges in the world, come together at the One Young World Conference in London to tell us their ideas on how to better transform the system of energy.