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The NCPC and the giant British Petroleum (BP) had signed a 15-billion US dollar contract with the Iraqi government in November, 2009, to develop the Rumeila Oil Field, the largest oil field in Iraq.
One of the earliest and cleverest parody accounts on Twitter was @BPGlobalPR, which claimed to be British Petroleum 's public relations department during last year's massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico .
Summary: The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is about to enter a new age of dominance over the market, said Thursday in London the experts of the British Petroleum firm (BP) in Energy Outlook 2030 report.
British Petroleum Plc has informed the government about its decision to divest exploration and production operations in Pakistan by the year end.
At least 210,000 gallons of crude a day has been streaming into the Gulf from a well below a British Petroleum rig that sank on April 22, two days after a massive explosion that killed 11 workers.
Jordan, British Petroleum Sign Natural Gas Agreements The Jordanian government, the Jordanian National Petroleum Company (NPC) and British Petroleum (BP) on Sunday signed four agreements to develop the Risheh natural gas field in the east of Jordan, the Pan-Arab daily ASHARQ AL AWSAT reported Monday.
In 2001 and 2002, he held positions with British Petroleum Cologne GmbH, and in 2002, he joined Bayer Polymers as global head of the butadiene rubber business.
British Petroleum Wildflower Power About a dozen years ago, British Petroleum (BP) bet that emphasizing diversity, social concern and inclusiveness would attract the best people.