- EPA rejects petitions to reconsider danger of greenhouse gases
- Lessons from two important climate forecasts
- On our radar: BP writes off spill costs
- Fight gears up on biomass
- State of the climate: hottest decade on record
- A push for action on renewables
- The emergence of localism
- Deepwater Oil Spill – the hundredth day
- From ‘static kill’ to ‘bottom kill’: next steps in Gulf oil spill
- Feds lay out Macondo kill plan
- On our radar: climate bill post-mortem
- Unveiling the oil spill plan
- Smaller oil slicks harder to find. A good sign?
Bob Dudley, BP’s 54-year old Mississippi-raised managing director for the Americas and Asia, looks likely to take over from Tony Hayward as chief executive.
Mr Hayward lost the confidence of the US people and politicians after facing criticism for his handling of the explosion at the Deepwater Horizon rig and ensuing gusher, and his series of unfortunate public statements made matters worse.