BP Faces Down Its Doubters


LONDON—BP PLC is struggling to convince investors it can regain its top position among the world’s elite energy players nearly eight years after the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

Chief Executive Bob Dudley has staked his legacy on reversing the company’s lost prestige and turning it from a survivor into a stronger, more profitable company than it was before the 2010 oil spill. Since the disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, the company has tumbled from being the biggest oil and gas producer among Western publicly listed companies…

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