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BP chief meets Oil Minister Pradhan on India projs, gas price

Bob-DudleyMoscow: With delays in regulatory nod and gas price revision frustrating its attempts to reverse falling gas output from KG-D6 field, BP chief executive Bob Dudley met Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan to press for early decisions.

Dudley, along with BP India head Sashi Mukundan, met Pradhan on the sidelines of the World Petroleum Congress on Tuesday to make a case for early decisions, officials said.

BP forecasts world energy demand to jump 41 pc due to consumption in China, India

BP forecasts world energy demand to jump 41 pc due to consumption in China, IndiaSydney, Jan 16 : O il giant BP has said world demand for energy will grow by 41 percent by 2035.

BP forecasts that the demand would increase due to growing consumption in the booming economies of China and India.

According to news. com. au, BP said the growing use of renewable energy would help energy suppliers meet the world's needs.

BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley said that competition was 'unlocking technology and innovation to meet the world's energy needs'.

BP to pay $7.8 bn to victims of oil spill

BP to pay $7.8 bn to victims of oil spillLondon, March 5 - British oil supermajor BP Plc said it has reached an out-of-court settlement estimated at $7.8 billion with victims of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

In a statement, the company said the money will be paid from a $20 billion trust set up after the April 2010 explosion of the Deepwater Horizon rig and subsequent spill, which lasted for three months and was the largest in US history.

BP, however, stressed that the proposed settlement is not an "admission of liability" by the company.

BP to learn so much and emerge as a wiser company-Says new Chief

BP to learn so much and emerge as a wiser company-Says new ChiefAccording to the next chief executive of BP, Mr. Bob Dudley, the firm BP will emerge as a wiser and smaller company from the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. Mr. Bob Dudley is currently the head of BP's clean-up operation in the Gulf of Mexico but in October he is going to replace Tony Hayward for the chief executive post as Mr. Hayward has decided to step down from his work.

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