Exhibition exploring history of oil in Bahrain opens

The showcase focuses on Milton Lipp and the early years of BAPCO

Exhibition exploring history of oil in Bahrain opens

An exhibition exploring the history of oil in Bahrain has opened.

Milton Lipp – Early years of BAPCO opened at the Bahrain National Museum on Sunday and will run until February 29.

Lipp, who passed away in 1970, served as the general manager and then the Resident Vice President of the Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO).

BAPCO has been vital in shaping the economy of Bahrain since its creation in 1929, and helped Bahrain capitalise on its fossil fuels wealth.

The exhibition will focus on Lipp’s life and achievements, particularly his work developing the company’s profile and the relationships he built with the rulers of Bahrain.

Looking for more information about oil and Bahrain? Why not check out the Oil Museum and First Oil Well, one of our top Bahrain museums.

Alternatively, head over to our culture section to keep up to date with all the latest exhibitions in Bahrain.

The Bahrain National Museum’s Art Centre is set to play host to an exhibition exploring the idea of home among Bahraini immigrants in the UK this week.
Free. Wed-Mon 8am-8pm. Bahrain National Museum, Manama (1729 8777).

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