Monday, July 26, 2010

Tony "da Hock A Luggy" Hayward Is Gonna Be Gone...




BP Is Dump'n Tony Hayward. Hmmm...? I'm Wonder'n How Much Money This 'Turd' Will Get To Step Down? Consider'n That His Company Has Never Been More Profitable. Plus What He Knows About BP's Collusion To Release da Lockerbie Bomber. & This Story:

BP ready to start drilling off Libya

LONDON: BP is to begin deep-water drilling off Libya, despite environmental concerns after the Gulf of Mexico spill and an international row over the release of the Lockerbie bomber.
The plans, reported in the Financial Times, come in the shadow of controversy as the oil firm faces scrutiny of its 2007 deal to acquire gas and oil fields off Libya at a cost of $US900 million ($1 billion).
At a depth of more than 1700 metres below sea level, the new site in Libya's Gulf of Sirte will be 200 metres deeper than the Gulf of Mexico well that exploded on April 20, killing 11 oil workers and causing immeasurable environmental damage.

Reports at the weekend suggested BP's chief executive, Tony Hayward, was concluding the details of his imminent exit as the firm prepared to make an announcement on his future.
After days of detailed negotiations over Mr Hayward's severance package, it now appears almost certain he will announce his departure before BP's half-year results tomorrow.
According to estimates, those results are expected to show BP has made profits of nearly $US10 billion this year, despite the Deepwater Horizon disaster that left the company facing bills of many billions of dollars.
Despite increased pressure from senior officials, including the US President, Barack Obama, the British oil group has vigorously denied any involvement in the release of Abdel Basset al-Megrahi, after the Lockerbie bomber was freed by the Scottish government on compassionate grounds.
The British Foreign Secretary, William Hague, has written to US officials saying the decision by Scottish authorities to release the only person convicted of the deadly bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 was ''wrong and misguided''. But there was no evidence to suggest Mr Megrahi was returned to Libya in return for lucrative oil deals, Mr Hague's letter to the US Senate said.
Mr Hague said he, like the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, disagreed with the release of the Lockerbie bomber.
However, he said, the decision was for Scotland alone, and that he had seen nothing which showed that the oil company interfered in the process.
Telegraph, London; Associated Press




Now That Tony "da Hock" Is Gonna Get His Big Payday... Do Ya Think He Will Finally Buy A Good "Rug"? Nice Toupee! hahaha... Looks Like It's Just About To Come Off, But....no.

Wally OOT!

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Heff said...

I heard he's getting 18 mil.

Honestly, did this guy REALLY even have ANYTHING to do with the spill ?!? When you're that high up the ladder you basically just sit on your ass anyway....

wallycrawler said...

Yes he had a lot to do with the oil disaster in da Gulf.

1) Tony Hayward: A long time ago—OK, just a few years ago BP branded themselves as the hip "green" energy company that lived in Portland and rode a bike to work and drank kombucha tea. What happened? Tony Hayward took over! Hayward shut down all the alternative energy programs under the company's aegis and decided to go full speed ahead with the "fuck safety" strategies, exemplified in a memo, that have helped make the oil industry one of the globe's most-beloved. Not that BP was all that great when it had the green flower logo! But at least they were pretending.

2) BP under Hayward, this is his own orders, stopped all new oil rigs installing the $500,000. safety valve. This valve would have stopped any and all oil leaks.

I gonna write about who's all to blame as soon as I get time. Obama, Bush and da "Grand Master" Himself Dick Cheney! Who said and I quote... that the shut off valves, "were a little bit too expensive for struggling oil companies"... Struggling? That guys a hoot!

So in the long and short of it, yup he had tons to do with it!

wallycrawler said...

18 million? No I don't think so? More like 118 mil!

Heff said...

Shows you how much I read, lol !