【代表者の役職氏名】 会長 ヘルゲ・ルンド
( Chairman, Helge Lund )
( Group Chief Executive, Robert Dudley )
【本店の所在の場所】 英国 SW1Y 4PD ロンドン セント・ジェームズ・スクウェア１
(1 St James's Square, London, SW1Y 4PD, UK)
【代理人の氏名又は名称】 弁護士 北 澤 正 明
【代理人の住所又は所在地】 東京都千代田区大手町一丁目１番１号 大手町パークビル
【事務連絡者氏名】 弁護士 佐藤 誠高
同 坂井 瞭平
同 澁谷 優大
【連絡場所】 東京都千代田区大手町一丁目１番１号 大手町パークビル
(1) Name, Title and Date of Birth of Representative Officers Concerned:
Previous Representative Officer New Representative Officer
Robert Dudley Bernard Looney
Group Chief Executive Group Chief Executive
Date of Birth 14 September 1955 5 September 1970
(2) Date of Change:
4 February 2020
5 February 2020
(3) Number of Shares in the Company Held by the Representative Officers As of the Date Hereof
Number of shares held by Robert Dudley :
5,027,204 Ordinary Shares
Number of shares held by Bernard Looney :
40,822 Ordinary Shares
(4) Brief Biography of New Representative Officer
The following information is true and accurate as of 4 October 2019.
Bernard Looney has run BP's Upstream business since April 2016 and has been a member of
the company's executive management team since November 2010.
As chief executive, Upstream, Bernard is responsible for all BP's oil and gas exploration,
development and production activities worldwide. The Upstream segment includes some 17,000
people operating across almost 30 countries and produces around 2.6 million barrels equivalent
of oil and gas a day.
During his tenure, process and personal safety performance has improved by 35% and 20%
respectively and production has grown by 20%, driven largely by 23 major project start-ups -
delivered ahead of schedule and under budget.
He has led access into new countries, including Mauritania and Senegal, high-graded the
portfolio with the acquisition of onshore US assets from BHP Billiton and the proposed sale of
the Alaska business, and created innovative new business models such as Aker BP in Norway.
Bernard has encouraged BP to lead the industry on methane detection methods as well as
driving sustainable emissions reductions of almost 3 million tonnes CO2 equivalent in the past
Under his leadership, Bernard has made significant improvements in both gender and global
diversity, with his top regional leadership team now being one-third women and one-third from
outside the US/UK. He has also initiated a company-wide dialogue on mental health in hope of ‘
ending the stigma' associated with the issue.
In earlier Upstream executive roles, he was responsible for all BP-operated oil and gas
production worldwide and for all BP's drilling and major project activity. He led the creation of
central drilling and projects functions following the Deepwater Horizon accident.
Bernard joined BP in 1991 as a drilling engineer and worked in operational roles in the North
Sea, Vietnam and the Gulf of Mexico, including as drilling engineer on the discovery of the
giant Thunder Horse field. After a period in BP Alaska, he became head of the group chief
executive's office, working directly for BP chief executives Lord Browne and then Tony
An Irish citizen, Bernard grew up in County Kerry and in 1991 gained a degree in Electrical
Engineering from University College Dublin. He later, in 2005, gained a MS in Management
from Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Bernard is a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, a fellow of the Energy Institute and is
also a mentor in the FTSE 100 Cross-Company Mentoring Executive Programme.
2016-present: chief executive, Upstream
2013-2016: chief operating officer, production
2010-2013: executive vice president, developments & member of BP executive team
2009-2010: managing director, BP North Sea
2008-2009: vice president, Norway and North Sea infrastructure
2006-2008: head of group chief executive office
2005-2006: senior vice president, BP Alaska
2004-2005: Stanford Graduate Business School
2002-2004: executive assistant to Group vice president exploration & renewal
1991-2002: production and drilling engineering roles in North Sea, Vietnam and deepwater Gulf