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BP reshapes its leadership team as some executives leave company

BP RESTRUCTURED its top management as the departure of some executives allowed new chief executive officer Murray Auchincloss to put his mark on the oil and gas giant.

The executive leadership team will be reduced to 10 members in an effort to simplify the organisational structure and grow the value of the company, according to a statement on Thursday (Apr 18).

William Lin, previous head of regions, corporates and solutions, will replace Anja-Isabel Dotzenrath, who is retiring as the leader of natural gas and low-carbon energy.

“We need to deliver as a simpler, more focused and higher value company,” Auchincloss said in the statement. “These changes will help us do just that.”

Emeka Emembolu will now run BP’s technology division, taking over from Leigh-Ann Russell who is leaving the company, according to the statement. BLOOMBERG


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