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Vol. 11, No. 39 Week of September 24, 2006
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry


BP says it’s reacting to warming

Company tells mayors it sees global warming as real, and as a business opportunity, investing in solar cells, wind power, hydrogen

Dan Joling

Associated Press Writer

Skeptics doubt that the nation should respond to global warming, but don’t count petroleum giant BP among them. A company official told a mayor’s conference that BP is reacting the old fashion way — by looking to make money. “We think this is a huge business opportunity,” said Charles A. Christopher....

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BP believes change real, science valid

Mayors also see opportunity


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