Jesse Marlow's BP artwork

BP celebrates its centenary with Australian-inspired artworks

To mark 100 years of operations in Australia, BP has commissioned six artists from around the country whose inspired artworks will form an exhibition that represents BP’s contribution to Australia through the decades.

Jesse Marlow BP artworkBP Australia President, Andy Holmes said, “Our Australian story has many layers and our business has evolved and grown greatly over the years; we’re thrilled to have six diverse and talented artists to help bring our story to life.

“From beginnings as a single fuel depot in Western Australia in 1919, BP now touches the lives of millions of Australians every day,” said Holmes. “Through the centenary artists program, we’ve represented the far and wide regions of the country, offering a glimpse of the role BP has played – and continues to play – in advancing energy in Australia.”

“For 100 years BP has delivered energy for heat, power and transportation. A lot has changed during this time, but one thing remains the same: BP is committed to meeting the ever-changing needs of busy Australians in a safe, innovative and sustainable way,” Holmes said.

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