"BP joined CPACT because it was generally recognised within the company that process analysis and control are areas that can have a significant impact on the efficiency, profitability, safety and environmental optimisation of industrial chemical processes. Within BP the use of proess analytical technologies is incorporated into the design of new process units and not a bolt-on afterthought. BP has also pioneered many new technologies in the area of process analysis and control - these technologies are now being widely used for process enhancement within the petrochemicals and refining industries.
By being a member of CPACT BP hopes to gain access to world-class skills and technology developments from the CPACT member universitites for application in BP assets worldwide. CPACT also provides excellent opportunities to make new networking contacts with industrialists, academics and vendors. In addition BP has a well-established reputation in the process analysis and control area and can therefore make a significant contribution to any discussions or work programmes."
BP is one of the world\'s largest energy companies, providing its customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, retail services and petrochemicals products for everyday items.
BP has transformed: growing from a local oil company into a global energy group; employing over 80,000 people and operating in over 100 countries worldwide.
Our business is about finding, producing and marketing the natural energy resources on which the modern world depends.
Our business is run on the principles of strong corporate governance, a clear system of delegating accountability and a set of values and policies that guide our behaviour.
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