BP Making Moves in Gulf | After Scaling Back in the Aftermath of Deepwater Horizon Tragedy

BP will have a new regional president in Houston overseeing the Gulf of Mexico in February.

Starlee Sykes wil take over in Houston as BP’s regional president for the Gulf of Mexico and Canada. She replaces Richard Morrison, who’s retiring after 37 years at BP.

Sykes currently serves as vice president for BP’s global projects organization for offshore projects.

“Starlee is uniquely qualified to take on this important role, with more than 20 years of upstream experience across project management, offshore operations, subsea engineering and finance and a proven track record as a leader,” said Bernard Looney, BP’s Upstream CEO. “She is the right person to lead these two regions into the future.”

After scaling back in the aftermath of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon tragedy, BP is [read more]

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