One of the world's largest fuel companies is leaving the Russian energy giant Rosneft

Posted 28 February, 2022

The company has come under pressure for its nearly 20 percent. Kwasi Kwarteng, the UK's business secretary, said oil company CEO Bernard Looney on Friday said he was "concerned" about the stake.

"Russia's attack on Ukraine is an act of aggression with tragic consequences throughout the region,"

BP chairman Helge Lund said in a statement. "BP has been working in Russia for more than 30 years, working with great Russian colleagues. However, these military actions represent a fundamental change. This led BP's board to conclude, after a thorough process, that our cooperation with state-owned Rosneft simply cannot continue."
 

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