Nova Chemicals hires industry veteran to replace retiring CEO
30-year BP veteran Lusi Sierra joins the Calgary-based operator of plastic resin and chemical manufacturing plants Aug. 1.
BP sells petrochemicals arm to Ineos for US$5B
The move is part of the oil giant’s plan to shift activities to renewable sources of energy
Energy giant BP says 3Q earnings more than double
The bump was attributed to higher oil prices and streamlined operations.
McKenna defends BP Canada’s plans to drill in NS
Federal environment minister says project went through an environmental assessment, has strict conditions.
No injuries reported in Mississippi plant blast, fire
Facility removes the liquid from natural gas and ships it to utilities along the East Coast.
BP cutting 4,000 jobs by end of 2017
Oil company blames sharp drops in the price of crude.
2010 BP rig explosion: manslaughter charges dropped
Misdemeanours remain for two lower-level supervisors
Oil companies pledge support for Paris climate deal
Green groups question their sincerity; offer “contains nothing meaningful.”
BP to pay record $53.8B for Gulf oil spill
Five states to split the largest environmental settlement in US history.
Explosion at BP refinery in Indiana
Fire extinguished, company says operations minimally affected.
Obama sticks to energy plan despite complaints for green groups
They say “all of the above” energy strategy is at odds with cutting carbon pollution.
Energy companies already factor in higher carbon costs: study
Sustainable Prosperity study says they’re using self-imposed, internal pricing.
BP asking up to $7.9 billion for Gulf of Mexico oilfields: report
Oil giant says it intends to remain largest producer in the Gulf.
BP announces $2.27 billion selling spree
Oil giant sells California refinery and Texas gas processing plants to pay for well blowout in Gulf of Mexico.