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BP gulf spill has not dimmed Tony Hayward’s ambition – The Guardian 0

Posted on November 16, 2011 by bp complaints

The Guardian

BP gulf spill has not dimmed Tony Hayward's ambition
The Guardian
But I knew I wanted to remain in the world of oil and gas." After the Deepwater disaster it was not certain how the City would view Hayward and his request for at least £1bn of financial backing — even when he teamed up with a high-achieving member of

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BP to Discuss CEO Hayward’s Exit on Monday – ABC News 0

Posted on July 25, 2010 by bp complaints


BP to Discuss CEO Hayward's Exit on Monday
ABC News
LONDON (Reuters) – BP Plc's board will discuss the future of Chief Executive Tony Hayward when it meets on Monday to discuss the Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Hayward departure from BP called imminentmsnbc.com
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Report: BP chief executive Tony Hayward to step down – UpdateEarthtimes
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Tony Hayward’s Visit to Azerbaijan 0

Posted on July 07, 2010 by bp complaints

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Tony Hayward’s Testimony Angers Louisiana Residents 0

Posted on June 29, 2010 by bp complaints

BP’s chairman revealed Friday that the company’s chief executive, Tony Hayward, would be handing oversight of drilling operations in the Gulf to another BP official. This comes after a heavily-criticized appearance before a Congressional hearing Thursday on the disastrous oil spill. The oil company’s chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg told Sky News that the embattled CEO is to have a changed role in dealing with the oil spill, according to a report on the British publication’s website. “He is now handing over the operation to Bob Dudley,” Svanberg to Sky News. Dudley has been the managing director of the oil giant since 2009. More: This comes after a contentious hearing Thursday in which Hayward appeared less-than forthcoming to lawmakers probing the CEO for answers on the nation’s most devastating ecological disaster. Testifying as oil still surged into the Gulf of Mexico and coated ever more coastal land and marshes, Hayward declared during Thursday’s hearing, “I am so devastated with this accident,” “deeply sorry” and “so distraught.” Yet the oil man disclaimed knowledge of any of the myriad problems on and under the Deepwater Horizon rig before the deadly explosion, telling a congressional hearing he had only heard about the well earlier in April, the month of the accident, when the BP drilling team told him it had found oil. “With respect, sir, we drill hundreds of wells a year around the world,” Hayward told Republican Rep. Michael Burgess of Texas. “Yes, I know

BP Oil Spill – Tony Hayward’s Testimony Part 2 (2010-8) 10

Posted on June 23, 2010 by bp complaints

On 20 April 2010, an explosion occurred on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig, operated by BP. Eleven people were killed in the blast and oil began to leak from the ocean floor at a rate variously estimated to be between 5000 and 100000 barrels per day. Hayward, and BP in general, initially downplayed the spill, stating on 17 May 2010 that the environmental impact of the Gulf spill would likely be “very very modest” and calling the spill “relatively tiny” in comparison with the size of the ocean. By 27 May, Hayward had apparently changed his assessment, calling the spill an “environmental catastrophe” in an interview with CNN. Hayward has stated that his job might be at risk as a result of the spill, saying “we made a few little mistakes early on.” Hayward received criticism for various statements he has made during the spill, including telling a camera man to “get out of there” during a photo-op on the shores of Louisiana. On 30 May, Hayward told a reporter “we’re sorry for the massive disruption it’s caused to their lives. There’s no one who wants this thing over more than I do, I’d like my life back.” Hayward was widely criticized for the comment and United States Representative Charlie Melancon (D-La.) called on Hayward to resign in the wake of this comment. He later apologized for the comment on BP America’s Facebook Page. On 31 May, Hayward disputed claims of huge underwater plumes of oil suspended in the Gulf, as had been reported by scientists from three universities
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