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BP names Fryar as Safety, Operational Risk EVP

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BP announced January 29 that the company has named Bob Fryar as executive vice-president for Safety and Operational Risk (S&OR), reporting directly to Bob Dudley, group chief executive.

Fryar, who is currently executive vice president for production in BP’s upstream business, will take up his new position from Feb. 15.

The appointment follows the decision of Mark Bly, who has headed BP’s safety functions since March 2008, to retire from BP in the summer.

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