BP audit: Corrosion job vacant for months
Need to develop succession in job group cited; size and qualification of pipeline-corrosion monitoring division also needs review
Associated Press Business Writer
By the time a massive oil-pipeline spill was discovered in March on Alaska’s North Slope, the job of BP’s senior corrosion engineer had been left unfilled for more than a year, according to an internal company audit.
This vacancy, and others, hindered BP’s ability to maintain a “strategic view” of....
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Position not filled until July
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