BP CEO Robert Dudley leaves his post


October 4, Fineko/abc.az. BP CEO Robert Dudley resigns. It is reported that Robert Dudley will be replaced by Bernard Looney.

"64-year-old Robert Dudley, who has a 40-year career in the company and 9 years of experience as CEO at BP, decided to step down as head and from the Board. He will retire on 4 February 2010 following the announcement of the 2019 results by the company. Currently, Bernard Looney, Company's chief executive, will join the Board on 5 February and become BP's CEO. He will remain in his current position until the specified date," BP said in a statement.