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November 15, 2012
11:10 EDTBPBP announces $4.5B spill settlement with United States government
BP announced that it has reached agreement with the United States government, subject to court approval, to resolve all federal criminal charges and all claims by the SEC against the company stemming from the Deepwater Horizon accident, oil spill, and response. BP has agreed to plead guilty to 11 felony counts of Misconduct or Neglect of Ships Officers relating to the loss of 11 lives; one misdemeanor count under the Clean Water Act; one misdemeanor count under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act; and one felony count of obstruction of Congress. This resolution is subject to U.S. federal court approval. As part of its resolution of criminal claims with the U.S. government, BP will pay $4B, including $1.256B in criminal fines, in installments over a period of five years. BP has also agreed to a term of five years’ probation. Under the resolution with the Department of Justice, a total of $2.394B will be paid to the National Fish & Wildlife Foundation over a period of five years. In addition, $350M will be paid to the National Academy of Sciences over a period of five years. The resolution also provides for the appointment of two monitors, both with terms of four years. BP said the aggregate amount of the resolution is approximately $4.5B, with payments scheduled over a period of six years. Today's resolution is expected to result in an increase of approximately $3.85B to the $38.1B charge taken against income as of the end of September.
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October 16, 2014
13:54 EDTBPGulf states to oppose OPEC oil production ceiling cut, WSJ says
Despite the recent turmoil in the oil market, Gulf nations including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates are seen as opposing OPEC oil-production ceiling cuts at next month's meeting, says the Wall Street Journal. Publicly traded companies in the space include BP (BP), Chevron (CVX), ConocoPhillips (COP), Exxon Mobil (XOM), Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) and Total (TOT). Reference Link
October 15, 2014
07:44 EDTBPExxon, Shell behind rivals in lowering greenhouse gas emissions, WSJ reports
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October 13, 2014
06:36 EDTBPSaudi Arabia content to let oil prices stay low, Reuters reports
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October 12, 2014
13:53 EDTBPKuwaiti Minister says OPEC unlikely to cut production, WSJ says
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13:45 EDTBPSaudis take aggressive oil measures in Europe, WSJ says
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October 10, 2014
09:05 EDTBPBP begins $1.1B North Sea project, Bloomberg says
BP CEO Bob Dudley said that the company is poised to begin a project worth close to $1.1B in the North Sea this month, which is anticipated to supply oil and gas into the next ten years, according to Bloomberg, citing comments from Dudley. Reference Link
October 7, 2014
07:27 EDTBPEU repreive on oil sands label a victory for Canada, WSJ says
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