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Sir Tom McKillop steps down

03 April 2009

BP has been informed by Sir Tom McKillop that he wishes to retire as a non-executive director. Accordingly, he will not go forward for election at the company’s annual general meeting.
Sir Tom said: “I have hugely enjoyed being on the BP board, but I feel this is an appropriate step for me to take at this time.”

BP chairman Peter Sutherland said: “It is a matter of great regret that Sir Tom has chosen to retire. He is a colleague of the highest integrity and he has been an outstanding director of BP since he joined our board in 2004.”

BP chief executive Tony Hayward said: “Tom has provided wise counsel to me, my executive colleagues and, indeed, the entire board. I am sorry he did not feel he could continue to serve with us. We will miss him.”

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