Byron Grote retire from BP board

Byron Grote to retire from BP board

4:40 AM, 9th February 2013
Byron Grote to retire from BP board
Byron Grote, Board of Director, BP.

LONDON, UK: BP has elected Byron Grote to retire from the company and will step down from the Board of Directors following the Annual General Meeting on 11 April 2013. “Byron has played key roles at critical moments of the company’s history, most notably in the integrations of Amoco and Arco, and more recently in guiding BP through the financial challenges following the incidents of April 2010. The company owes him a great debt of gratitude,” said Bob Dudley, Group Chief Executive, BP.

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