From: Remigiusz Chodorowski
To: BP's executive manager
Purpose: Evaluation of the impact of BP's ethical behaviour on stakeholders and he business.
There were always contorversries related to BP's operatons. People were divied into those, who treated BP as a company providing petrol of good quality and wiling to purchase petrol from Britsh giant, and to those thinking that BP is one of those big companies which doesn't care about anything but profit and acting unethical on their way to that profit.
Back in 2010 Gulf of Mexico accident happened, and then even more people started to hate BP. This could have happened to Shell, or Texaco, but since then people started to assocaite BP with evil and one of the most unethical company in the world. A lot of people still don't buy petrol from BP as they don't want to support the company responsible of the damages in the Gulf of Mexico.
In this report I ;ist the issue that BP should tacke and say how these would affect different stakeholders and the business.
There are various ethical issues, which BP needs to consider in its operations. These are as follow
Environment – BP as a company doing operations such as: finding and extracting oil and gas needs to consider environmental issues. Many people believe that BP doesn’t care about environment and put money about the health of our planet. That’s why BP needs to ensure that all company’s operations don’t harm the environment. The most recent environmental issue of BP was oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico back in April 2010, causing massive pollution to the gulf and other habitats.
On the evening of April 20, 2010, a gas release and subsequent explosion occurred on the Deep-water Horizon oil rig working on the Macondo exploration well for BP in the Gulf of Mexico. Eleven people died as a result of the accident