BP in Alaska: Mergers, acquisitions mark transition to new millennium
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Positioning itself for a highly competitive, tough global marketplace in the 21st century, BP merged with Amoco on Dec. 30, 1998. With a market capitalization of $143 billion at the time of the merger, BP joined the ranks of the world’s three largest super-major energy companies and became the large....
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