July 28th, 2010
BP said that although there is no "final decision" on the future of CEO.
London, July 26 .- The oil company BP, which on Tuesday will release its results for the second quarter of the year, reported today that although "there is no final decision" on the future of its chief executive, Tony Hayward.
In a very brief statement and to the huge media interest that has generated the possible resignation of Hayward, BP will just say that the, ffxiv gil, board of directors will meet tonight.
According to UK media, Hayward, criticized the root of the crisis by the spill in the Gulf of Mexico, has negotiated in recent days the conditions of his release from the company.
At the head of BP since 2007, the CEO made a great controversy over his statements out of place as a, aion cheap kinah, result of the accident on the platform Deepwater Horizon, April 20, which says for example that he wanted to resolve the crisis regain their normal standard of living.
According to British media, BP may release tomorrow a supply of money from EUR 21 660 million to cover the costs of the bell placed in the well to, ffxiv gil, stop the discharge, the award amounts and the fines that have to pay for the accident , which result in a significant loss for the second quarter of the year.
Hayward may be replaced by Bob Dudley, by cleaning operations of BP in the Gulf.
The British press had been conjectured in recent days about what Hayward, 53, could retire at the end of August or in September to restore the reputation of BP.
Hayward, who has 28 years in the company, did not convince members of Congress who met with the United States last month because not respond as expected to the questions about the accident and the spill in the Gulf of Mexico .
BP seeks a new strategy to fend off a possible threat of takeover by companies such as ExxonMobil or Shell, according to UK press.
In recent months, BP shares have lost value following the spill after the explosion in the Deepwater Horizon platform, the oil, on 20 April.
In June the company's titles came to be placed in the lowest level since August 1996.
On day 12, BP reported that the costs resulting from the discharge is 3,500 million dollars (2.779 million euros).
According to BP, some 46,000 people and approximately 6,400 ships have participated in the cleanup after the explosion and the sinking of the platform Deepwater Horizon.
BP insists that a company is strong and can cope with the crisis, thanks to the generation of cash and bank facilities.