Who is the current CEO of BP?

Who is the current CEO of BP?

Bernard Looney (Feb 5, 2020–)

Is BP NZ owned?

The British Petroleum Company of New Zealand was established in 1946. It was 51% owned by the New Zealand Government and 49% by Anglo-Iranian Oil. In 1955 the New Zealand Government sold their shares in British Petroleum to the company and in 1957 the name was changed to bp Oil New Zealand Ltd.

Is Bernard Looney married?

Jacqueline Hurstdivorced in 2019
Bernard Looney/Spouses

Who is on the board of BP?

Board of Directors

Helge Lund Chairman The International Crisis Group (United States), Belron Group SA, Novo Nordisk A/S, International Crisis Group, Tjaldur P/F, BP Plc, Inkerman Holding AS
Bernard Looney Chief Executive Officer & Director Rosneft Oil Co., Russian Geographical Society, BP Plc

How much does the CEO of BP make a year?

LONDON (Reuters) – BP Chief Executive Bernard Looney’s remuneration was 1.735 million pounds ($2.4 million) in 2020 after it scrapped all bonuses during his first year in office due to the pandemic, the energy group said in its annual report.

Who was CEO of BP during oil spill?

Associated Press. Bob Dudley, the Mississippi native who oversaw the aftermath of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill after BP fired its CEO, will retire next year as chief executive of the British oil company.

Is BP owned by the government?

British Petroleum acquired majority control of Standard Oil of Ohio in 1978. Formerly majority state-owned, the British government privatised the company in stages between 1979 and 1987….

BP’s headquarters in St. James’s, Westminster, London
Number of employees 70,100 (2020)

Are BP gas stations independently owned?

To become a BP service station owner, you must own your own site, be in the process of buying a site or own your own land and be interested in developing it into a site.

How do I contact Bernard Looney?

Bernard Looney’s Email


Who is the CEO of BP Australia?

How long has BP been in New Zealand?

BP in New Zealand BP strives to be a world-class operator, a responsible corporate citizen and a great employer. We have operated in New Zealand since 1946 and we continue to invest heavily in our assets, our infrastructure, our people and the community

Who was the first oil company in New Zealand?

With a history of leading the industry in 1999, bp became the first oil company in New Zealand to introduce service stations with solar powered canopies and championed they way with quality convenience retailing.

Where did BP have a refinery in New Zealand?

In 1964 bp took on an interest in refining through an ownership stake in New Zealand’s only refinery at Marsden Point. The 1970s were a time of great change. bp invested in a range of ventures in New Zealand, including becoming involved in salmon farming on the shores of Stewart Island and an extensive forest farm on the North Island’s east coast.

How many BP Connect stores are there in New Zealand?

We believe in strong, enduring partnerships and we are unique because we have the opportunity to leverage the benefits of global experience, whilst remaining a local New Zealand organisation. We currently operate more than 100 BP Connect stores and Wild Bean Cafes in New Zealand.