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Current Employee - PSCM Specialist in Houston, TX
Current Employee - PSCM Specialist in Houston, TX

I have been working at BP

Pros

Leader in the industry. Top talent. Flex Schedule. Challenging work.

Cons

Recent safety accidents which will hopefully change the company for the better going forward.

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Stay focus on safety and reliable ops. Invest in your people.

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    Current Employee - Operations Lead in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Operations Lead in Houston, TX

    I have been working at BP

    Pros

    Good work environment. BP is a very large company, I still feel like I am treated as a person and not a just an emplyee. My work is valued.

    Cons

    Public image due to the oil spill.

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    Very big, pretty good, under appreciated exploration staff

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    Current Employee - Senior Geologist in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Senior Geologist in Houston, TX

    I have been working at BP

    Pros

    BP has a top notch portfolio with one of the best records of reserves replacment. Training is excellent and consideration for flexibility in life issues is above average.

    The wild-cat wells are often genuinly wild-cats.

    Cons

    I think technical staff are somewhat under appreciated in that there's a strong push to reduce promotions so as not to outpace grades in downstream such as running a bunch of gas stations.

    It's also getting more difficult to accomplish task with increasing process to control the range of ways of doing things. This is good and bad. BP drills very few exploration wells per year (10 wildcats).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    don't over complicate the processes and settle on a set of processes. Be careful of promoting minorities to tick the box. Baring the current CEO, Stop changing the organization just to leave a CEO-mark! I.e. John Brown's BP was mostly fine, but needed a real hse organization and to rein in spending.

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