Internship

Be part of sustainable energy production

We’re reimagining energy for people and our planet. It’s the purpose behind our business. And it’s why we’re reinventing bp to meet the challenges ahead – focusing on low-carbon energy solutions, driving down our emissions, and forming positive partnerships around the world. Our aim is to be net zero by 2050 or sooner, and to help the world get there too.

Join our science team as a petrophysics intern and help us tackle challenges that are reshaping our business and billions of lives.

What to expect

As a petrophysics intern, you’ll play a crucial part in our efforts to meet the world’s energy needs. Our engineers will look to your evaluations of emerging data to inform critical decisions on key drilling projects. Whichever part of our global operation you join, you can expect to play a meaningful role in a dynamic, diverse and collaborative team. Make an impression, and you could secure a place on our graduate development programme.

What you’ll learn

Under the guidance of leading scientists, you’ll sharpen your ability to discover solutions to some of the most challenging problems our industry, and planet, face today. You’ll also build technical skills, practical experience, and professional contacts during your time with our vibrant, inclusive and energetic subsurface team. With regular opportunities for training and mentoring throughout, you’ll have the chance to develop soft skills that will be invaluable wherever your future takes you.

Why join us

You’ll get to make a difference on global projects, as well as your own development, in a culture where learning and respect are important. You’ll also gain first-hand insight into what’s involved in taking on the world’s energy challenges. Alongside a competitive salary, you’ll also take on real responsibilities in our mission to create a bp with net-zero impact on the world.

More Details

Apply by

31.01.2022

Start date

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