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Posts Tagged ‘Tony Hayward’

Episode 4,Adventures in Sunderland,Abby Sails With The Devil

June 25, 2010

In Episode four, of Adventures of Sunderland, 16-year old Abby Sunderland, junior thrill seeker, will attempt once again, to navigate through dangerous waters. Abby will place herself in an extremely dangerous position encircled in a violent, political and hated environment. Lets follow Abby’s wacky  adventures attempting to  steer clear of political and international hatred as Abby crews with Tony Heyward…

 

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Tony Gets Blasted at Yact Race,Obama Gets Pass on Golf Course,What About Bob?

June 19, 2010

LONDON – In what one environmentalist described as “yet another public relations disaster” for embattled energy giant BP, CEO Tony Hayward took time off Saturday to attend a glitzy yacht race around England’s Isle of Wight.

Spokeswoman Sheila Williams said Hayward took a break from overseeing BP efforts to stem the undersea gusher in Gulf of Mexico so he could watch his boat “Bob” participate in the J.P. Morgan Asset Management Round the Island Race. The 52-foot yacht is made by the Annapolis, Maryland-based boatbuilder Farr Yacht Design.

The annual one-day race is one of the world’s largest, attracting more than 1,700 boats and 16,000 sailors as world-renown yachtsmen compete with wealthy amateurs in the 50-nautical mile course around the island.

Robert Wine, a BP spokesman at the company’s Houston headquarters, said it was the first break that Hayward has had since the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded April 20, killing 11 workers and setting off the undersea oil gusher.

“He’s spending a few hours with his family at a weekend. I’m sure that everyone would understand that,” Wine said Saturday. “He will be back to deal with the response. It doesn’t detract from that at all.”

Redistribution of Responsibility completed…

 

 

Tony Hayward..No No No Noker Face

June 18, 2010

“I am not stonewalling. I was simply not involved in the decision making process,” Mr Hayward said…

 

BP CEO says he’s ‘deeply sorry’ Jesse James, Happiest Man in America

June 17, 2010

Chastened by heavy criticism from lawmakers, a grim-faced BP chief executive Tony Hayward said Thursday he was “deeply sorry” for his company’s catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

“I understand the seriousness of the situation, the frustrations and fears that continue to be voiced,” he told a House investigations subcommittee.

But before testifying, Hayward had to endure more than an hour of mostly unrelenting criticism from Democrats and Republicans alike.

“We are not small people, but we wish to get our lives back,” Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., the panel’s chairman, told Hayward, throwing back at the oil giant comments made the day before by BP Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg — about how BP sympathized with the “small people” of the Gulf — and Hayward’s earlier remark that he wanted his “life back.”

Moving day in the court of public opinion..Jesse James happy to move out from under the bus.. Tony Hayward moves in..Sandra Bullock “speeds” up one more time to back over Jesse.