What career path will allow me to follow in tony hayward's footsteps as ceo of BP?

Hi, Tony Hayward ,despite his mistakes in the U.S., was good at his job. He was recognized for his hard work by Lord Browne and consequently became his assistant and later his successor as CEO. He was hired as a geologist having earned his Ph.D. in this geology, and was willing do whatever was neeeded of him; he volunteered to work all around the world and was noticed for this effort. So this brings me to my point: to follow in Mr. Hayward's footsteps what would be the best career associated with the petrol chem. industry? I know chemical eng. is bad becasue they are tsuck in refineries not having the chance for their hardwork and skill to shine as bright as Pet. E's. Pet. E has more travel opportunity and it seems more administrative duty as they can oversee weel production and completion. Thanks, later will have a chem E degree soon. With a chem eng degree you can be hired as a pet E with no further education-they will train you on the job. if you have a chem E degree you can do any other engineering except electrical, if working for big oil. I know the pay, I know all I need to except the path to company leadership. i dont want to be one of the guys working to just have a comfortable life and doing the same job for 30 yrs-i'm not the family type. i want to go to the top and am wandering which position I should accept after college. I want to be the next Tony Hayward except for his d.w.horizon accident. Thanks for your

Asked By: Joeduck - 6/28/2011
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hi im thinking the same thing i know he studied geology in edinborough heres a link on geology careers
Answered By: Dan W - 7/1/2011
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