BP wants to be serious player in GTL
New vice president leads global effort that includes continuing work at Nikiski testing facility, as high oil prices boost prospects
Petroleum News Contributing Writer
High crude prices and low-cost supplies of natural gas around the world have put plans for turning gas into an easily transported liquid back on the front burner.
BP Exploration & Production made its move last December, picking David Robertson as the new vice president charged with commercializing....
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