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8 days ago

Petroleum Engineer

BP Muscat

Role Synopsis BP has an opportunity for a Petroleum Engineer to join the Base Management team within the Reservoir… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Drilling Engineer

BP Houston, TX

Role Synopsis BP is the largest US domestic oil producer and proven reserves holder, and the largest leaseholder in the Gulf of Mexico operating four… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Geophysicist – new

BP Port of Spain

will include the following: - Map horizons and faults using various 3D seismic volumes, depth conversion to produce a coherent integrated… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Azeri Reservoir Management Team Senior Reservoir Engineer – new

BP Baku

The Azeri Chirag Guneshli (ACG) field is operated by BP under a PSA extending to 2024 covering both the Azeri and Chirag Deep Water Guneshli (CDWG… Glassdoor

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    My experience with BP has been great!

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    I have been working at BP as a contractor for less than a year


    BP let's you grow as an employee. If hired on as an employee you can change job roles every 2 years. They do not micro manage you when you work. They trust their employees to do their work.


    There is not a lot of training that goes on at BP so if you get a job with BP you better be a go-getter and comfortable learning things on your own. People are nice and willing to help, but it can be tough if you are not really self-motivated.

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    As I am a contractor I do not know that I would have much advice to give here.

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