A decade of sustainability

Armstrong, Ellis
November 2006
Engineer (00137758);11/27/2006, Vol. 293 Issue 7713, p16
The article presents a speech by Ellis Armstrong, group vice-president for exploration and production at British Petroleum Co. PLC, delivered at the Harvard University Energy Club. He mentions the promise of the company to limit the carbon emissions of its power plants and its plan to invest in biofuel research institutes. He notes that it also launched its alternative energy business which aims to achieve the world's leading low-carbon power business.


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