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BP (Kina) Holdings Limited försäljning förberedelse http://www.hoovers .com/company-infor mation/cs/sales-pr eparation.BP_%28Ch ina%29_Holdings_Li mited.89d17f198c65 0afb.html BP (Kina) har blivit en viktig aktör i landets olje- och industrin. BP dotterbolaget har verksamhet främst i flytande naturgasproduktion och import, bränsle, gasol gas marknadsföring, bensinstationer, smörjmedel, solenergi installationer och kemisk teknologi. Dess smör prospekteringsverk samhet går tillbaka till 1973 och innehåller nu en av Kinas största offshore gasfält i Sydkinesiska havet. Företaget tillverkar även petrokemiska produkter via ett joint venture med China Petroleum och Chemical Corporation och Shanghai Petrochemical företaget. BP (Kina) verksamheten omfattar mer än 600 bensinstationer.  (Oct 17, 2013 | post #1)

BP HOLDINGS: Droite sur la cible pour Londres 2012 - aut...

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BP HOLDINGS: Droite sur la cible pour Londres 2012 - aut...

http://www.authors tream.com/Presenta tion/laurahermans7 7-1617513-bp-holdi ngs-droite-sur-la- cible-pour-londres -2012/ general articles bp holdings, hongkong, madrid spain En tant que partenaire de compensée carbone officiel de Londres 2012, BP cible neutre est donnant aux spectateurs la chance de « neutraliser » leurs émissions de carbone associées à l'olympique et paralympique jeux gratuit. BP Magazine apprend plus sur l'initiative à but non lucratif et les projets qu'elle soutient. Lorsque l'un des plus grands athlètes du monde a accepté de prendre sur BP cible neutre sur la piste, il n'était pas une médaille d'or qui était en jeu, mais un vert. Jessica Ennis – médaillé de goldwinning triple de la Grande-Bretagne dans l'heptathlon – sert à rivaliser dans sept disciplines différentes. Elle a rencontré son match, même si, dans un concours de conduite face à face avec les expert « eco-driver », Anthony Sale, où l'objectif était de les utiliser comme combustible peu que possible et de réduire les émissions de carbone. Les deux concurrents ont conduit Jaguar XF 3.0 litre automatique, mais Anthony a déployé les compétences « écoconduite », par exemple pour éviter le surrégime et de cabotage en vitesse lors de la ralentir sans toucher à l'accélérateur. Il en résulte que, tandis que la consommation de carburant de 24 milles au gallon, Jessica Anthony atteint 38 – et a remporté le défi. Pour Ennis, ce fut une révélation que lorsque couvrant en moyenne 19 000 kilomètres (12 000 milles) dans sa voiture à chaque année, elle pouvait dépenser autant que 4 700 $ au lieu de Anthony $ 3 000 – et avec une annuelle carbone empreinte deux tonnes de plus. Le test a été conçu pour mettre en évidence non seulement comment on peut réduire les émissions, mais aussi comment ceux qui restent peuvent être compensées par le biais de programme cible neutre de BP. Maintenant dans sa sixième année, cible neutre aide les participants et spectateurs à de cet été Londres 2012 Jeux olympiques et paralympiques compenser leur empreinte carbone. Elle fait partie du rôle plus large de BP en aidant à développer un héritage après les jeux, par la sensibilisation et la promotion de la mobilité de faibles émissions de carbone. Ennis est un certain nombre d'ambassadeurs sportifs de Londres 2012, ainsi qu'olympique et paralympique des équipes de l'Angola, Azerbaïdjan, Égypte, Géorgie, Trinidad et Tobago, Turquie, Émirats Arabes Unis, du Royaume-Uni et nous, qui ont travaillé avec BP en tant qu'un partenaire officiel de la durabilité et le partenaire compensée carbone pour Londres 2012. READ FULL ARTICLE: http://www.bp.com/ extendedsectiongen ericarticle.do?cat egoryId=9041868 &contentId=707 5798 SUBSCRIBE TO US: http://www.authors tream.com/chloe362 5/BP-Holdings-Barc elona-Madrid-Spain /  (Dec 12, 2012 | post #1)

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BP Holdings: Work At Home Jobs: How to Avoid Getting Sca...

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BP Holdings: Work At Home Jobs: How to Avoid Getting Sca...

http://www.authors tream.com/Presenta tion/zubriggnic-15 89674-bp-holdings- work-home-jobs-avo id-getting-scammed / BP Holdings What to do so you don't get taken by common work at home job scams: Internet ScamBusters #62 Today we'll focus on Part 2 of our series on home-based business scams and work-at-home scams. If you missed Part 1 in last month's issue on the Top 10 scams of this type 10 Tips on Avoiding Work At Home and Home Based Business Scams 1. Never, NEVER pay for the chance to work! This is the cardinal rule. You should treat working at home just like you would treat working for an employer at their place of business. If you were going for a job interview in the 'real world,' how would you react if the interviewer asked you to pay $50 or $100 to land the job, for starter materials, or for a 'good faith' payment to make sure you were serious about the business? You'd think it was absurd. No legitimate company charges employees a fee for a job. Whenever you're asked to pay for the chance at a job, or information about work-from-home jobs, you know it's a scam. Home-based businesses, on the other hand, may require start-up costs to cover investments, materials, franchises, or other items. As we state in the next step, check things out before you pay anything. 2. Check out the business before you pay anything. Have you heard of the business that's soliciting your money? If not, check them out carefully. Make sure they have a physical address and a phone number. Call to see if it's a real phone number. Do a search on http://www.Google. com to see if you can find any positive or negative comments. Check references carefully. Some warning signs of scammer companies: They use free Web hosting services (such as Tripod or Geocities). They use free Web email services (such as Yahoo! Mail or Hotmail). They use Post Office boxes for mailings and don't disclose their real addresses. They won't give you a telephone number where you can contact them. 3. Use your credit card to make purchases. This sounds counter-intuitive, but if you are going to buy a starter kit or make some investment relating to a home-based business, purchase using your credit card. That way, if you don't receive the items, or if things go wrong, you can dispute the charges with your credit card company. If you're unsure how to do this, speak to your credit card company *before* you make the purchase. 4. Research the market for the proposed business/work. Every scammer will promise unlimited wealth and easy work. With a little virtual footwork, you can see whether you can make money doing this kind of business or work. If you're thinking of starting a medical billing practice, for example, call a few doctors and hospitals in your city or town and ask if there would be a market for your services. As we mentioned in the last issue, you may be surprised to discover just how limited the market really is. 5. Beware of vagueness and incredible claims. Companies that don't state their names, costs, or other important information in their ads usually have a good reason to do so -- they're scammers. As well, be wary of claims that you can"make up to $1,000 a week" doing just a few hours' worth of unskilled work. Don't be blinded by greed. READ FULL ARTICLE: http://www.scambus ters.org/work-at-h ome-jobs.html SUBSCRIBE TO: http://www.authors tream.com/chloe362 5/BP-Holdings-Barc elona-Madrid-Spain /  (Nov 10, 2012 | post #1)

Financial Crimes Report to the Public , BP Holdings Sweden

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Financial Crimes Report to the Public , BP Holdings Sweden

http://www.fbi.gov /stats-services/pu blications/financi al-crimes-report-2 010-2011 Financial Crimes Overview and Priorities: The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) investigates matters relating to fraud, theft, or embezzlement occurring within or against the national and international financial community. These crimes are characterized by deceit, concealment, or violation of trust and are not dependent upon the application or threat of physical force or violence. Such acts are committed by individuals and organizations to obtain personal or business advantage. The FBI focuses its financial crimes investigations on such criminal activities as corporate fraud, securities and commodities fraud, health care fraud, financial institution fraud, mortgage fraud, insurance fraud, mass marketing fraud, and money laundering. These are the identified priority crime problem areas of the Financial Crimes Section (FCS) of the FBI. Mission: The mission of the FCS is to oversee the investigation of financial fraud and to facilitate the forfeiture of assets from those engaging in federal crimes. In fiscal years (FY) 2010-2011, the FCS was comprised of the Asset Forfeiture/Money Laundering Unit (AF/MLU), the Economic Crimes Unit (ECU), the Health Care Fraud Unit (HCFU), the Forensic Accountant Unit (FAU), the Financial Institution Fraud Unit (FIFU), and the Financial Intelligence Center (FIC). The ECU is responsible for significant frauds targeted against individuals, businesses, and industries, to include corporate fraud, insurance fraud (non-health care-related), securities and commodities fraud (e.g., investment fraud schemes such as Ponzi, pyramid, and advanced fee schemes and securities market manipulation schemes), and mass marketing fraud. The HCFU oversees investigations targeting individuals and/or organizations who are defrauding public and private health care systems. Areas investigated under the HCFU include billing for services not rendered, billing for a higher reimbursable service than performed (upcoding), performing unnecessary services, kickbacks, unbundling of tests and services to generate higher fees, durable medical equipment (DME) fraud, pharmaceutical drug diversion, outpatient surgery fraud, and Internet pharmacy sales. The mission of the FIFU is to identify, target, disrupt, and dismantle criminal organizations and individuals who engage in fraud schemes which impact financial institutions, particularly in the areas of mortgage fraud and bank failures. The mission of the AF/MLU as it relates to financial institution fraud (FIF) is to identify, target, disrupt, and dismantle criminal organizations and individuals through the strategic use of asset forfeiture; and to ensure that field offices employ the money laundering violation in all investigations, where appropriate, to assist in the disruption and/or dismantlement of criminal enterprises. The AF/MLU also has responsibilities for the management of the Forfeiture Support Project (FSP) in Calverton, Maryland. The FSP supports the forfeiture component of all major FBI investigations through data entry and analysis of financial documents, forensic accounting, and tracing assets subject to forfeiture. The FAU was established in March 2009 to support all FBI investigative matters requiring a forensic financial investigation. The FAU provides oversight of the forensic accountant (FoA) and financial analyst (FA) programs, ensuring that the FBI’s financial investigative needs and priorities are continuously addressed. Key to the FAU’s mission is developing, managing, and enhancing the FoA and FA programs to ensure that FBI financial investigative matters are expedited with the high level of expertise required in an increasingly complex global financial system. The FIC is a proactive data exploitation unit within the FCS, created in September 2009. It is staffed with a cadre of intelligence analysts (IA) and staff operations specialists (SOS).  (Oct 21, 2012 | post #1)