Headhunters Already Looking To Replace BP's Dudley

From Forbes

Don’t expect Robert Dudley to remain at the helm of BP for long. So says Keith Meyer, vice chairman of headhunting firm CPPartners and a former Exxon executive. Meyer thinks BP rightly saw the psychological importance of putting an American in the top role rather than appoint one of Hayward’s “natural successors” — Brits such as exploration chief Andy Inglis, U.K. head Ian Conn or CFO Byron Grote. Dudley, says Meyer in an emailed statement, “is convenient now, but not suitable long-term.”

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