The world’s toughest job
The green shift is “the world’s toughest job”. Aker BP, together with the other companies in Aker, has already started work.
The Aker companies are in full swing to help cut emissions, produce renewable energy and create new jobs. We solve major challenges by combining willingness to invest and new digital technology with the expertise of creative problem solvers.
Aker BP is an oil company that explores, develops fields and produces oil and gas on the Norwegian continental shelf. We are the operator of the Alvheim, Ivar Aasen, Skarv, Ula and Valhall field centres, and partner in the Johan Sverdrup field.
Aker BP will extract oil and gas in the cleanest and most affordable way. Our goal is to achieve a 50 percent emission reduction in the 2030s and close to zero emissions in 2050. At the same time, Aker BP plays a crucial role in Aker’s opportunities to invest in new companies that contribute to the green shift.
We have big growth ambitions and want to take a leading role in changing the industry to become safer, more efficient and more environmentally friendly.
Aker BP is recruiting 26 graduates
The graduate positions for 2021 are open for applications.
The company recruits within a wide range of disciplines which include geosciences, industrial economics, HR, HSE, development projects, analysis, information security and a number of engineering disciplines (drilling, mechanical, subsea, cybernetics, maintenance, materials technology, automation etc.).
As graduates in Aker BP, the candidates get to take part in a two-year training program, which increases the understanding of the company and the industry. The graduates get insight into how different departments and projects are set up and how everybody work together across the organization to contribute to the deliveries. It is a unique opportunity to build networks and get a good career start.
The positions are advertisements on our website and on finn.no.
Press release: Aker BP sells shares to employees
As part of its annual share saving plan, Aker BP has received subscriptions from employees for a total of 669,447 shares. The employees will pay an average price of NOK 170.25 per share, representing a 25 percent discount to the reference market price, and the shares are subject to a three-year
Press release: Preliminary results from the Liatårnet appraisal well
Aker BP has concluded the drilling of appraisal well 25/2-22S on the Liatårnet discovery in licence 442 in the North Sea. The well encountered lower volumes of hydrocarbons than expected. Pending further analysis, the preliminary results indicate that a downward adjustment of the resource estimate
Press release: Hod B platform safely installed on the field
The Fixed facilities alliance, including Aker BP, Aker Solutions and ABB, has delivered yet another platform on time, with a high level of quality and with no harm to people or the environment. The topside was installed just one year and two months after the first steel cut. The 2000-tonne
Press release: Notification of trades
Reference is made to Aker BP’s press release from 16 July 2021, where the company announced its plan to buy up to 500,000 own shares in connection with the company’s employee share saving plan. In the period from 19 July to 23 July, the company purchased 500,000 shares at an average price of
Invitation to share data
Aker BP is inviting oil and gas companies to contribute to the Next Generation Discharge and Emissions Tracker.
The tracker is a digital application that will optimise, track, and eventually develop better and more efficient practices for chemical consumption and discharges in the oil and gas industry.
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