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Article archive for BP USA;

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BP Cooper River: Making it personal 18 December 2012

Located within 30 kilometres (20 miles) of Charleston in South Carolina, BP Cooper River is one of three US sites in BP’s petrochemicals portfolio and has become a role model within the group for the way it has made safety and risk management relevant for the frontline. Amanda Breen of BP Magazine reports....

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BP and Osha resolve majority of Texas City refinery citations 18 July 2012

BP Products North America Inc. announced on July 12 that it has reached an agreement with the US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to settle 409 of the 439 remaining citations issued to the BP Texas City Refinery in 2009. “BP is committed to workplace safety. A strong relationship with OSHA is part of that commitment,” said Iain Conn, BP’s global head of Refining & Marketing. ...

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BP loses bid to share compensation payments for Macondo spill 10 February 2012

US federal judge Carl Barbier has told BP that contractors Transocean and Halliburton do not have to share compensation payments over the Deepwater Horizon oil spill because they are protected by their contracts....

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Halliburton responds to BP's Deepwater Horizon motion for sanctions 07 December 2011

Halliburton responded today (7th December 2011) to court filings by BP saying: ''BP recently filed a motion for sanctions against Halliburton alleging that Halliburton destroyed evidence relating to post-incident testing of the foam cement slurry. BP has been aware of post-incident tests for some time, but has chosen this late date in the litigation to mischaracterise the results of such tests.''...

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Dudley Sets Out Priorities For Stronger, Safer BP 03 November 2011

As BP announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2011 group chief executive Bob Dudley set out more details on BP’s future direction and strategic priorities, saying the company had reached a clear turning point. Progress made through 2011 in reshaping and focussing the company is creating a stronger and safer BP, able now to deliver both sustainable growth and higher shareholder returns....

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BP's £10 billion investment in North Sea 13 October 2011

BP and its partners are developing four new oil and gas projects that together will involve a total investment of almost £10 billion in the UK’s oil industry over the next five years and help to maintain BP’s production from the North Sea for decades to come....

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BP responds to lawsuit 07 September 2011

BP has stated that it is aware of the claims filed against the company earlier this month by Halliburton, and it is now reviewing the contents of the claims. Until this is complete, it cannot comment in detail....

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No oil leak from Macondo Well 31 August 2011

BP has confirmed through a standard visual wellhead inspection that there is no release of oil from the Macondo well. In addition, the company also conducted a visual inspection of the Macondo relief well confirming the same result....

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BP leaks oily mixture onto Alaskan tundra 19 July 2011

BP said on Monday that a pipeline ruptured during testing and spilled a mixture of methanol and oily water onto the tundra. BP reported yet another pipeline leak at its Alaskan oilfields, frustrating the oil giant's attempts to rebuild its reputation after the Gulf of Mexico spill....

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BP agrees to settlement with Weatherford of potential claims between the companies related to the Deepwater Horizon accident 21 June 2011

BP has announced that it has reached agreement with Weatherford U.S., L.P. ("Weatherford") to settle potential claims between the companies related to the Deepwater Horizon accident. BP and Weatherford have agreed to mutual releases of potential claims against each other, and BP has agreed to indemnify Weatherford for compensatory claims resulting from the accident, including claims brought relating to pollution damage stemming from the accident....