June 18, 2010 | Mark Paradies

Sky News Reports: BP Chairman Says “… embattled chief executive Tony Hayward is to have a changed role in dealing with the oil spill.”



The BP Chairman told Sky News that comments by Mr Hayward have had detrimental effects as the company seeks to control the fallout from the disaster. BP Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg said: “It is clear Tony has made remarks that have upset people.

This morning on CNBC the commentators said that it was rumored that the BP Chairman was looking for new people qualified for the CEO job at BP.

The article says:

Mr Svanberg admitted the rig blowout is turning from an industrial accident into a broader political concern with questions of the company’s ongoing viability being raised.

I still strongly believe in BP and that we will come through this,” the Chairman said.

As I said in an earlier blog posting, “You are either leading the solution or part of the problem.

Here’s the whole interview …

and here is a previous report about BP CEO being “denounced.”

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