We operate in over 70 countries worldwide. We find and produce oil and gas on land and offshore.
We move energy around the globe. We manufacture and market fuels and raw materials used in thousands of everyday products, from mobile phones to food packaging.
With an increasing portfolio of renewable and low-carbon activities, BP is committed to advancing the energy transition.
We are delighted to have entered Madagascar in early 2018 and look forward to a building a strong partnership with the country.
Why does BP partner with Chevening?
BP has partnered with Chevening in a number of countries over many years. We see great value in developing links and awareness between our host countries and the UK higher education sector, and in supporting talented students who have the potential to play leadership roles role in their countries’ futures.
How does BP benefit from partnering with Chevening?
We have supported Chevening Scholars in many of the countries where we work, and continue to do so. Not necessarily because we derive direct benefits, but there are obvious benefits to a developing country to have a strong alumni network of internationally-connected young leaders, and as the country benefits so by extension do the companies and organisations that work there.
Awards offered for upcoming academic year
BP co-funds two Chevening Awards available to applicants from Madagascar wishing to study subjects related to oil and gas, science and engineering, environment, or business in 2019/2020.