BP shrugs off anti-tar sands shareholder resolution

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Shareholders vote against resolution calling for rethink of tar sands policy, but 15 per cent refuse to back BP's position

Oil giant BP shrugged off a shareholder resolution requiring it to review its Sunrise tar sands project in Alberta at its annual general meeting yesterday – although not without a significant voter swing...

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