BP changes board members

BP changes board members

1:08 AM, 7th February 2012
BP changes board members

LONDON, UK: The board of BP announced that Professor Dame Ann Dowling will join the board as a Non- Executive Director with immediate effect. It was further announced that Sir William Castell has decided not to stand for re-election at the company’s annual general meeting. Sir William served the board for nearly six years. Andrew Shilston will succeed Sir William as the Senior Independent Director and will be available to shareholders as necessary. Andrew Shilston will join and Ian Davis will stand down from the Audit Committee. Dame Ann will join the Safety, Ethics & Environment Assurance Committee. Admiral Skip Bowman will join the Gulf of Mexico Committee.

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