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本帖最后由 quanyingbao19 于 2010-8-5 23:44 编辑

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He's been the focus of criticism for months. His future uncertain since oil began gushing out from a damaged BP rig off the coast of Louisiana. Now the man's critisized for his handling, one of the world's worst oil spills is set to leave. BP admits it's the time for changing at the top, and that means the demise of CEO Tony Hayward. Tony Hayward's poor record on safety and malleability, is largely to blame for his downfall. He is deemed automatically responsible for the explosion on the BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year.

In the 3 months which followed, over 15 million gallons of oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico, causing extensive environmental damage. Thrust somewhat unwillingly into the limelight and clearly under pressure as well as intensive media scrutiny, Haywards has also committed a series of shocking //. At one state, he claimed, "There is no one who wants to think over more than I do, you know. I'd like my life back." A comment which brought in instant notoriety in the US. Equally unpopular was his choice to take time off the coast sailing at the height of the crisis. But it was his performance at the special Senate hearing which seals his reputation as a hated figure in America. "It's impossible for me to answer that question." "And I don't recall that I'm afraid." "I'm afraid I can't recall." "I am not stonewalling. I simply was not involved in the decision making process." Their response was anger. "This is what you look like in the markets. This is what you look like // down there."

Once Hayward is gone, Bob Dudly is widely tipped to succeed him. Respectedly within BP, he's already been put in charge of managing the oil spill. And his American nationality will also work in his favour to times anti-British feeling. But the furture for the former BP chairman may not be all that bleak. It's been speculated that he could recieved a 7th package of of up to 12 million pounds.

Kitty Logan, SKY NEWS.
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本帖最后由 quanyingbao19 于 2010-8-5 23:52 编辑

Sorry, please revise on the right person.Thanks~

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He's been the focus of criticism for months. His future is uncertain since oil began gushing out from a damaged BP rig off the coast of Louisiana. Now the man's criticized for his handling, one of the world's worst oil spills is set to leave. BP admits it's the time for changing at the top, and that means the demise of CEO Tony Hayward. Tony Hayward's poor record on safety and malleability, is largely to blame for his downfall. He is deemed automatically responsible for the explosion on the BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year.

In the 3 months which followed, over 15 million gallons of oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico, causing extensive environmental damage. Thrust somewhat unwillingly into the limelight and clearly under pressure as well as intensive media scrutiny, Haywards has also committed a series of shocking //. At one state, he claimed, "There is no one who wants to think over more than I do, you know. I'd like my life back." A comment which brought him into instant notoriety in the US. Equally unpopular was his choice to take time off the coast sailing at the height of the crisis. But it was his performance at the special Senate hearing which seals his reputation as a hated figure in America. "It's impossible for me to answer that question." "And I don't recall that I'm afraid." "I'm afraid I can't recall." "I am not stonewalling. I simply was not involved in the decision making process." Their response was anger. "This is what you look like in the marshes. This is what  look like for the fisherman down there."

Once Hayward is gone, Bob Dudly is widely tipped to succeed him. Respected within BP, he's already been put in charge of managing the oil spill. And his American nationality will also work in his favor to times anti-British feeling. But the fortune for the former BP chairman may not be all that bleak. It's been speculated that he could received a severage package of  up to 12 million pounds.


Kitty Logan, SKY NEWS.
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BP Boss Hayward Set To Step Down

He's been the focus of critism for months, his future uncertain since the oil gushed out from a damage BP rig off the coast of Louisiana. Now the man criticized for his handling, one of the world worst oil spilled, is set to leave. BP admits it's time to change of top, and that means of the demise of CEO Tony Hayward.

Tony Hayward's poor record on safety and liability is largely blamed to his downfall. He's deemed ultimately responsible for this explosion on the BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year.

In the three months which followed, over 50 millions gallons of oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico, causing extensive environmental damage. Thrust somewhat unwilling into the limelight, clearly under pressure as well as intensive media scrutiny, Hayward has also committed a series of shocking PR gaffes. At one state, he claims: "there is no one who want to think over more than I do, you know, I love my life back." A comment was plot instant notes right in the US. Equally unpopular was his choice to take time of to go sailing at the hike of the crisis. But it was his performance in a special senate hearing would seal his reputation as a hated figure in the America.

"It's impossible for me to answer that question."

"And I don't recall that argument, I am afraid."
"I am afraid I can't recall"

"I am not stonewalling, I simply was not involve in the decision making process"

There's responds with anger.

""This is what it looks like in the march; this is what it looks like the picture of the man down there."

Once Hayward was gone, Bob Dudley is widely tipped to succeed him, respected within BP, he's already put in charge managing the oil spilled, and his American nationality will also work his favor, at the time of anti-British feeling.

But the future for the former BP chairman may not be all that bleak, it's been speculated that he could receive a 7th package that of about 12 million pounds.

Kitty Logan, Skynews
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He's been the focus of criticism for months.His future uncertain since oil began gushing out from the damage BP rig off the Coast Louisiana.Now the man criticized for his handling, one of the world's worst oil spill,is said to leave.BP admits it's time for change for change the top and that means the demise of CEO Tony Hayward.

Tony Hayward's poor report in safety and liability is largely to blamed his done fault.He's deemed to automatically responsible for the explosion on the BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year.In the Three months which followed,over 15 million gallons of oil flowed to the Gulf of Mexico,causing extensive environmental damage.Trust someone unwillingly into the line night and clear under pressure as well as intense media//.Hayward was also committed a series of shocking pio guess.At one state,he claims"There is no one want to think over more than I do.You know,I'd like my life back."A comment which porting instant note right in the US.Equally unpopular which was his choice to take time off the coast sailing the hight of the crisis.But it's his performance at the special Senate hearing which sealed his reputation as a hatred figure in the America.

"It's impossible for me to answer that question.And I don't recall and I don't afraid.I'm afraid I can't the tool.I am not stone//.I simply was not involved in the decision by con-process."

The response,was anger.

"This is what it looks in the maracas,This what I it looks like in the part of // down there."

Once Hayward is gone,Bob Dudly is widely tips to succeed him.Respected in the BP,his already been put in charge with managing the oil spill.And his American nationality will also his favor to ties anti-British feeling.But the future for the former BP chairman may not be over bleak.It's been speculated that he could receive a 7 package which about 12 million pounds.
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[Homework]2010-08-01 BP总裁即将下台

He's been the focus of criticism for months,his future uncertain since oil began gashing out from the damaged BP rik off the coast with Louisiana.
Now the man criticized for his handling one of the world west oil spills is set to leave.BP admited its time to change the top, and that means the demise of the CEO Tony Hayward.
Tony Hayward's poor record on security and liablity is largly to blame his downful.He's deemed to auto to be responsible for the explostion on the BP rik whick killed eleven oil workers in the April this year.
In the three months which followed, over 15 million gallons of oil flowed into the gulf of Mexico,causing extensive environmental damage.*** some water unwillingly into the night might and clearly pressure as well as tense of media scorchingly, Hayward has also committed a series of shocking *** on gas,at one state, he claimed.
There is no one who want to see thing over more than I do, you know, i love my life back.
A Comments which pointing instant notoriety in the US,equally unpopular with his choice to take time off to go sailing at the height of the crisis.but it was his performance at the special *** to seal his reputation as a heated figure in the America.
It's impossible for me to answer that question
right.
I not recall that are i'm afraid, I'm afraid I can't recall. I am not stonewalling, I simply was not involved in the decision-making process.
The response was anger.
This is what it looks like in the markets,this is what looks like for patient men down there.
Once Tony Hayard is gone, Bob Dudley is widely tipped to succeed him.Respected within BP,he is already putting in charge of managing the oil spill and his American nationality would also work him a favor at the time of anti-British feeling.
But the future *** for former BP chairman may be not all that bleak.it's been speculated that he could receive a seventh of package of 12 million pounds.

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本帖最后由 quanyingbao19 于 2010-8-5 23:58 编辑

Sorry, there's some turbulence here. Thank you!

HW

He's been the focus of criticism for months. His future is uncertain since oil began gushing out from a damaged BP rig off the coast of Louisiana. Now the man's criticized for his handling, one of the world's worst oil spills is set to leave. BP admits it's the time for change at the top, and that means the demise of CEO Tony Hayward.

Tony Hayward's poor record on safety and mallealiablitiy, is largely to blame for his downfall. He is deemed automatically responsible for the explosion on the BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year.

In the 3 months which followed, over 15 million gallons of oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico, causing extensive environmental damage. Thrust somewhat unwillingly into the limelight and clearly under pressure as well as intense media scrutiny, Haywards has also committed a series of shocking PR gaffes.

At one stage, he claimed, "There is no one who wants this thing over more than I do, you know. I'd like my life back."

A comment which brought him into instant notoriety in the US. Equally unpopular was his choice to take time off to go sailing at the height of the crisis. But it was his performance at the special Senate hearing which seals his reputation as a hated figure in America.

"It's impossible for me to answer that question." "And I don't recall that I'm afraid." "I'm afraid I can't recall." "I am not stonewalling. I simply was not involved in the decision making process."

The response was anger.

"This is what it looks like in the marshes. This is what it looks like for the fishermen who're down there."

Once Hayward is gone, Bob Dudly is widely tipped to succeed him. Respected within BP, he's already been put in charge of managing the oil spill. And his American nationality will also work in his favor to times the anti-British feeling. But the fortune for the former BP chairman may not be all that bleak. It's been speculated that he could received a severance package of  up to 12 million pounds.

Kitty Logan, SKY NEWS.
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[Homework]2010-08-01 BP总裁即将下台

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He's been the focus of criticism for months. His future uncertain since oil began gushing out from a damaged BP rig off the coast of Louisiana. Now the man criticised for his handling, one of the world's worst oil spills is said to leave. BP admits it is / time for changing the top and that means the demise of CEO Tony Hayward. Tony Hayward's poor record on safety and reliability is largely to blame his falldown. He's deemed alterably responsible for the explosion on a BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year. And in three months which followed over 15 million gallons of oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico causing extensive environmental damage. Thrust some water unwillingly into the limelight and clearly under pressure as well as intense media scrutiny, Hayward has also committed a series of shocking PR gaffes . At once day, he claimed,  'There is no one who wants this thing over more than I do, you know, I would like my life back.'
A comment which pointing  instant notoriety in the U.S, equally unpopular with his choice to take time off to go sailing at the height of crisis. But it was his performance at this special senate hearing which sealed his reputation as a hated figure in America.
'It's impossible for me to answer that question.'
'All right.'
'And I don't recall that  I'm afraid. I'm afraid I can't recall. I'm not stonewalling. I simply was not involved in the decision making process.'
The response was anger.
'This is what it looks like in the Margies, this what it looks like part of the pictures of men down there.'
Once Hayward is gone, Bob Dudley is widely tipped to succeed him. Respected within BP, he's already been put in charge of managing the oil spill, and his American nationality will also work in his favor at the time anti-British feeling. But the future for the former BP chairman may not be over at the leak. It's been speculated that he could receive a 7th package of about 12 million pounds.
Kitty Logan Skynews.


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He's been the focus of criticism for months. His future uncertain since oil began gushing out from a damaged BP rig off the coast of Louisiana. Now the man criticised for his handling, one of the world's worst oil spills, is set to leave. BP admits it's time for changing the top and that means the demise of CEO Tony Hayward.

Tony Hayward's poor record on safety and reliability is largely to blame (for) his downfall. He's deemed automatically(?) responsible for the explosion on a BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year. In the three months which followed over 15 million gallons of oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico causing extensive environmental damage. Thrust somewhat unwillingly into the limelight and clearly under pressure as well as intense media scrutiny, Hayward has also committed a series of shocking PR gaffes. At one stage he claimed,  'There is no one who wants this thing over more than I do, you know, I would like my life back.'

A comment which brought him instant notoriety in the U.S. Equally unpopular was his choice to take time off to go sailing at the height of crisis. But it was his performance at this special Senate hearing which sealed his reputation as a hated figure in America.

'It's impossible for me to answer that question.'
'All right.'
'And I don't recall that  I'm afraid. I'm afraid I can't recall. I'm not stonewalling. I simply was not involved in the decision making process.'

The response was anger.

'This is what it looks like in the marshes; this what it looks like part of the picture of them down there.'

Once Hayward is gone, Bob Dudley is widely tipped to succeed him. Respected within BP, he's already been put in charge of managing the oil spill, and his American nationality will also work in his favor at a time of anti-British feeling. But the future for the former BP chairman may not be all that bleak. It's been speculated that he could receive a severance package of up to 12 million pounds.

Kitty Logan, Skynews.
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本帖最后由 jelly.wanhu 于 2010-8-3 17:47 编辑

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He has been the focus of critism for months. His future uncertains since the oil began gushing out from the damaged BP rig off the coast of Louisiana. Now the man critized his handling, one of the world's worst oil spills, is set to leave. BP admites it is time for change at the top, and that means, the demise of CEO Tony Hayward. Tony Hayward's poor record on safety and liability is largely to blame for his downfall. He is deemed alterably responsible for the explosion on the BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year. In the three months which followed, over 50 million's gallon's oil flow into the gulf of Mexico, causing extensive environmental damage. Trusts unwillingly into the lime out and clearly on the oppression as well as intense media scrutiny, Hayward has also committed series of shocking PR gaffes. At one stay he claimed: There is no one who wants to see over more than either and I want my life back. A comment which brought in instant note writing in the US. Equally unpopular with the choice to take time off the gulf sailing at the height of the crisis, but it was his performance at the special senate hearing which sealed his reputation as a hated figure in America. "It is impossible for me to answer that question and I dont recall that on my free. I am afraid I can't recall. I am not still warning, I simply was not involved in decision making process
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He's been the focus of criticism for months. His future uncertain since oil began gushing out from a damaged BP rig off the coast of Louisiana. Now the man criticized for his handling, one of the world's worst oil spills is said to leave. BP admits it is the time for changing the top and that means the demise of CEO Tony Hayward. Tony Hayward's poor record on safety and malleability is largely to blame for his downfall. He's deemed auto but responsible for the explosion on the BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year. And in three months which followed over 15 million gallons of oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico causing extensive environmental damage. Thrust some water unwillingly into the limelight, and clearly under pressure as well as intense media scrutiny, Hayward has also committed a series of shocking PR gaffes. At one state, he claimed,  'There is no one who wants this thing over more than I do, you know, I would like my life back.'
A comment which pointed instant notoriety in the U.S, equally unpopular with his choice to take time off to go sailing at the height of crisis. But it was his performance at this special senate hearing which sealed his reputation as a heated figure in America.
'It's impossible for me to answer that question.'
'All right.'
'And I don't recall that either I'm afraid. I'm afraid I can't recall. I'm not stonewalling. I simply was not involved in the decision making process.'
The response was anger.
'This is what it looks like in the Margies, this is what it looks like part of the pictures of men down there.'
Once Hayward is gone, Bob Dudley is widely tipped to succeed him. Respected within BP, he's already been put in charge of managing the oil spill, and his American nationality will also work in his favor at the time anti-British feeling. But the future for the former BP chairman may not be over at the leak. It's been speculated that he could receive a 7th package of about 12 million pounds.
Kitty Logan Skynews.

[Homework]2010-08-01 BP总裁即将下台

本帖最后由 seamaswings 于 2010-8-4 09:26 编辑

He's been the focus of the criticism for months.
His future is uncertain since oil began gushing out from acid?? damage of BP rig of the coast in Louisiana.
Now the man, critisizd for his handling the one of the worse oil spills is set to leave.
BP admitted it's time for change of the top, that means they dismiss the CEO Tony Heywood.
Tony Heywood's poor record on safety and liability is a lot blamed his dwanl?? fool.
His deem of his responsible for the explosion on the BP rick which killed 11 oil workers in April this year.
In the three months which is followed, over fifteen million gallons of oil float in golf of the Mexico, causing extensive environmental damage.
Drust?? some water unwillingly in the  and clearly under the pressure of intense immediate , he was also committed a serious shocking PR gas.
At one stage, he claimed:  there's no one who wants to see it over than i do, you know, i'd like my life back.
A comment which forton?? inst to right in U.S.
Equally on popular, it was his choice to take time off to go sailing at the high time of crisis.
But it's his performance that is special senatearing ?? with seve reputation as a hated figure of America.
It's impossible for to answer that question - All right.
And I don't recall that ??
I'm afraid I can't recall.
I'm not storm warning. I simply was not involved in the decision I can process.
The response was anger.
This's where  I'm live at in the market. this's what i looked like from the fishman?? down there.
Once Heywood is gone, Bob Duckly is widely tips to succeed him.
Respecting to BP, he's already been put in charge of managing the oil spill.
And his American nationality will also work his favor to timse?? anti-british feeling.
But the future for the former BP chairman, they may not over the blick?
  it's speculated that he could receive a seven target, about 12 million pounds.

                                                   
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[Homework]2010-08-01 BP总裁即将下台

本帖最后由 小叶子870406 于 2010-8-3 23:50 编辑

He has been the focus of criticizm for months.His future uncertain since oil began gushing out from the damaged BP rig of the coast Louisiana.Now the man criticized for his handling one of the world's worst oill spills is set to leave.BP admits it's time for change the top and that means the demize of CEO Tony Hayward.

Tony Hayward's poor record on safety and malleability is largely to blame to his downfall .He is deemed to auto be responsible for the explosion on the BP rig,which killed 11 workers in April this year.In the three months which followed,over 15 million gallons of oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico,causing extensive environmental damage.Thrust somewhat unwillingly into the limelight and clearly under pressure as well as intense media scrutiny,Hayward has also commited a series of shocking PR gaffes.At one stage he claimed:

There is no one who wants the thing over more than i do.you know i'd like my life back,a comment which brought an instant notoriety in the US.Equally unpopular was his choice to take time off to go sailing at the height of the crisis.

But it was his performance at the special senate hearing which seals his reputation as a heated figure in America.

It's impossible for me to answer that question,and i don't recall that ,either, I am afraid.I am afraid i can't recall.I am not stonewalling.I simply was not involved in decision making process.

The response was anger.Once Hayward is gone,Bob Dudley is widely tipped to succeed him.Respected within BP,he has already been put in charge of managing the oil spill and his American nationality will also work in his favor at times of anti-British feeling.

But the future for the former BP chairman may not be all that bleak.It's been speculated that he could receive a severance package ,of up to 12 million pounds.

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He's been the focus of criticism for months. His future uncertain since oil began gushing out from a damaged BP rig off the coast of Louisiana. Now the man criticised for his handling, one of the world's worst oil spills is set to leave. BP admits it is the time for changing the top and that means the demise of CEO Tony Hayward. Tony Hayward's poor record on safety and malleability is largely to blame his downfall. He's deemed auto responsible for the explosion on the BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year. And in three months which followed over 15 million gallons of oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico causing extensive environmental damage. Thrust some water unwillingly into the long night, he's clearly under pressure as well as intense media scrutiny.
Hayward has also committed a serious of shocking pay on gas. At one state, he claimed,  'There is no one who wants this thing over more than I do, you know, I would like my life back.'
A comment which pointed instant notoriety in the U.S, equally unpopular with this choice to take time off the coast sailing at the height of crisis. But it was his performance at this special senate hearing which sealed his reputation as a hated figure in America.
'It's impossible for me to answer that question.'
'All right.'
'And I don't recall that * I'm afraid. I'm afraid I can't recall. I'm not stonewalling. I simply was not involved in the decision making process.'
Their's response was anger.
'This is what it looks like in the Margies, this what it looks like part of the pictures of men down there.'
Once Hayward is gone, Bob Dudley is widely tipped to succeed him. Respected within BP, he's already been put in charge of managing the oil spill, and his American nationality will also work in his favor at the time anti-British feeling. But the future for the former BP chairman may not be over at the leak. It's been speculated that he could receive a 7th package of about 12 million pounds.
Kitty Logan Skynews.
本帖最后由 janklejk 于 2010-8-4 09:22 编辑

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He has been the focus of criticism for months. His future is uncertain since oil began gushing out from a damaged BP rig off the coast of Louisiana. Now the man criticized for his handling one of the world's worst oil spills is set to leave. BP admits it's time for a change of the top, and that means the demise of CEO Tony Haywart. TH's poor record on safety and reliability is largely to blame his downfall. His deem is ought to be responsible for the explosion on a BP rig which killed 11 oil workers in April this year.
In a 3 months which followed, over 15 milloin gallens of oil flowed into the Gulf of Mexico, causing extensive environmental damage. Thrust someone unwillingly into the limelight and clearly under pressure as well as intense media scrutiny, H has also committed a series of shocking PR guffs. At one state, he claimed there's no one wants to sing over more than I do, You know, I'd love my life back. A comment which brought instant notoriety in the US. Equally unpopular with his choice to take time off to go sailing at the height of the crisis. But it was his performance at a special senate hearing which sealed his reputation as a hated figure in  America. "It's impossible for me to answer that question."" And I don't recall that I'm afraid."" I'm afraid I can't recall. ""I'm not stonewalling, I simply was not involved in the decision making process. "The response was anger. ....
Once H is gone, Bob Duglly is widely tipped to succeed him. Respected within BP, he has already been put in charge of managing the oil spill. And his America nationality will also work his favour at a time of anti-British feeling. But the future for the former BP chairman may not be all that bleak. It's been speculated that he could receive a severing package of up to 12 million pounds.

Kitty Logan Sky News

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