Slick Performance

Helman, Christopher
June 2010
Forbes Asia;Jun2010, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p14
The article focuses on the challenges of Tony Hayward, chief executive officer (CEO) of British Petroleum Co. PLC, in handling the oil spill problem in the Gulf of Mexico. It explores Hayward's courage of facing the different legal actions after the spill and his determination of improving their reputation. Moreover, it underlines the company's effort of implementing more expansive testing for blowout preventer as well as Hayward's commitment of adopting intense scrutiny of the contractors. INSET: THE FIRE LAST TIME.


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