40 Years at Prudhoe Bay: BP’s long road to Alaska
British company prevailed over 10 years of international setbacks, obstacles on its way to becoming major U.S. oil producer
As one of the seven major international oil companies, BP’s strength had always been in the Middle East. Its vast reserves of oil in Iran, Kuwait and Iraq were greater than those of any other single company, over a fifth of the total reserves of the whole world in fact. This was strength but also a....
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