BP on firing line over sands re-entry
Public image takes bruising as super major joins oil sands ‘club; industry, governments turn attention to carbon capture, storage
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
Like it or not, the Alberta oil sands are front and center in a spreading environmental crusade against “dirty” fuel.
And no one is better positioned than BP these days to describe the wrath of critics on the heels of its about-face late last year.
Under former chief executive John Browne it byp....
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