In Amenas Fallout Continues As BP And Statoil Weigh The Options
BP and Statoil are in no hurry to restart production at In Amenas, contradicting Sonatrach statements that one of the 9bcm/year plant’s three trains is set for imminent start-up and that foreign workers are about to return.
BP CEO Robert Dudley, speaking on a 5 February conference call marking the release of the company’s 2012 results said that “we do remain...
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