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BP chief Dudley's pay rises 20 percent to more than $12 million

Monday, 02 March 2015 04:07
LONDON (Reuters) - BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley's total compensation rose by more than 20 percent to $12.74 million (8.28 million pounds) in 2014, when the company's profit fell due to lower oil prices and production. Dudley's salary and annual bonus fell to $2.95 million from $4.21 million in 2013 but deferred bonuses and performance shares' awards rose to $9.79 million from $5.96 million a year earlier, according to a BP regulatory filing.
BP chief Dudley's pay rises 20 percent to more than $12 mln
Monday, 02 March 2015 03:52
LONDON, March 3 (Reuters) - BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley's total compensation rose by more than 20 percent to $12.74 million in 2014, when the company's profit fell due to lower oil prices and production. Dudley's salary and annual bonus fell to $2.95 million from $4.21 million in 2013 but deferred bonuses and performance shares' awards rose to $9.79 million from $5.96 million a year earlier, according to a BP regulatory filing.
BP's chief Dudley pay rises 20 percent to more than $12 mln
Monday, 02 March 2015 03:38
LONDON, March 3 (Reuters) - BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley's total compensation rose by more than 20 percent to $12.74 million in 2014, when the company's profit fell due to lower oil prices and production. Dudley's salary and annual bonus fell to $2.95 million from $4.21 million in 2013 but deferred bonuses and performance shares' awards rose to $9.79 million from $5.96 million a year earlier, according to a BP regulatory filing.
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BP appeals U.S. judge's ruling on size of Gulf oil spill
Sunday, 22 February 2015 11:59
NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - BP Plc (BP.L) on Monday appealed a federal judge's finding of the size of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill, which leaves the company potentially liable to pay $13.7 billion in fines. In January, U.S. District Judge Carl Barbier in New Orleans ruled that 3.19 million barrels of oil had spilled into the Gulf as a result of the disaster.
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