08 March 2011 20:59 [Source: ICIS news]
HOUSTON (ICIS)--The new safety organisation created by BP in the wake of the 2010 ?xml:namespace>
The BP organisation is headed by Mark Bly, who led the company’s internal investigation of the accident, said CEO Robert Dudley, who took the helm for BP in October 2010 after Tony Hayward stepped down.
Bly reports directly to Dudley and other members of BP’s executive team.
Based on the safety group’s findings,
In addition, a producing field was shut down to enable pipeline integrity work to be carried out,
The BP executive, who spoke at the CERAWeek 2011 energy conference in
BP is also conducting a major review of all of its risk management systems to make sure standards are consistent across the company,
“In short, we are taking what had been a fairly de-centralised 80,000-person global organisation and making it into a more systematic and standardised one, where decisions are taken at the right levels and everyone understands exactly what standards apply to him,” Dudley said.
The CERAWeek 2011 conference lasts through Friday.
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