BP seeks higher gas price for undeveloped discoveries

BP chief executive Bob Dudley yesterday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi, first since the BJP-led government stormed to power last May, and followed it up with a meeting with Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan this morning.

BP chief meets Oil Minister Pradhan on India projs, gas price

With delays in regulatory nod and gas price revision frustrating its attempts to reverse falling gas output from KG-D6 field, BP chief executive Bob Dudley met Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan to press for early decisions.

BP advocates market-based pricing of natural gas in India

"It is one thing to have the right resources below the ground, it is another to have the right conditions above the ground," Dudley said.

Reliance, BP promise $8-10 bn for more work on D6 gas block in India

It was not immediately clear if this was an additional investment or already in budget plans for the block, where production has been in steady decline since 2010.

Dudley, Ambani meet Moily

Ambani was not present when Dudley met Chidambaram.

Dudley, Ambani seek meeting with PM on gas issue

Dudley's third visit to India this year comes at a time when Oil Ministry, at the insistence of Finance Ministry, is seeking to deny his company and its partner RIL a new gas price for producing less natural gas than projected.

BP chief to share dais with Narendra Modi at university function

BP Chief Executive Bob Dudley will on October 19 share dais with Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.

BP seeks $1.5 bn incentive for deepsea gas

BP chief executive Bob Dudley on April 15 wrote to the Prime Minister seeking clear roadmap to market determined pricing of natural gas saying it will help the country cut its import of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

RIL-BP seek clarity on natural gas pricing

On his second visit to India in as many months, Dudley along with Ambani met Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and senior government functionaries to brief them about their investment plans as also to seek clarity on regulatory issues.

BP's $7 bn South America stake sale collapses

BP's (BP.L) plan to sell a stake in its South American unit for USD 7 billion (4 billion pounds) has collapsed, potentially trimming the oil major's cash flow and making it harder to raise its payout to shareholders.