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BP Texas City, TX (US) Reviews

  • "Process operation"

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    Former Employee - Chemical Process Operator in Texas City, TX (US)
    Former Employee - Chemical Process Operator in Texas City, TX (US)
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    Positive Outlook

    I worked at BP full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    great company to work for

    Cons

    still a good company to work for

    Advice to Management

    nothing youre doing great

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BP Texas City, TX (US) Salaries

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BP Texas City, TX (US) Interviews

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    Process Engineer Intern Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Texas City, TX (US)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at BP (Texas City, TX (US)) in September 2008.

    Interview

    Applied online and then received a call scheduling a phone interview. Completed the phone interview (20 minutes) very simple, just what are your interests/experiences not hard at all. Received request for face to face interview and was flown out to Texas City for on-site interview. Day long event included several powerpoint presentations about BP benefits and culture, etc. Then a plant tour followed by a 45 minute personal interview and a 45 minute technical interview. The personal interview was exactly what you would expect with a strong focus on experiences within a team setting. Questions about a team meeting adversity, what did you do, a team succeeding what role did you play, etc. Technical interview was weird my question was you are in charge of building a pipeline from the ocean to a refinery 200 miles away and there is a mountain range in the way, what issues are involved here? Then you just talk them through the project and they observe your thought process and what issues you worry about and how you address them.

    Interview Questions

    • You are in charge of building a pipeline 200 miles from the ocean to a refinery and there is a mountain range in the way. What issues are involved in this project?   3 Answers

    Negotiation

    No.

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