A persuasive letter to the British Petroleum C.E.O
By now it is clear to you where this letter originates from and before you dismiss its mission as just another missive criticizing your golden handshake and the response of your reputable corporation to the whole Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the latest media craze, take a moment to read through the next paragraph. Besides the environmental issues that the spill has spurred, there is of course an economical inclination to it and the preparedness of the oil industry players to handle such accidents in the future.
There is a concern among the rational of us that BP did all it could to handle the incident and is still going on seeking solutions. Our economics students in all study levels, given their specific interests into the economic implication of the spill, would really appreciate if they see and hear you speak to them, in person about it during their annual symposium on topical economic issues to be held on Monday the 30Th August 2010.
The students would also like to know the several measures that have so far been taken to mitigate the effects of the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico as well as the on going efforts to cap the well oozing oil. On this particular matter, your address will settle the belief that BP social corporate responsibility is in tandem with the fundamental mission and objectives of the corporation as well as assuring the public of its readiness to handle such like industrial mishaps in the future (Corn M, 2003).
The symposium will be held at the Plenary Hall from 9. 00 AM to 4. 00 PM with one hour per speaker. Given the tight your tight schedule, you are at liberty to choose any time of that day. We will cover all your travel and related expenses. Looking forward to hearing from you soon. Yours faithfully, Andy Gray. Andy Gray The President of the Students Union Reference Corn M, L. (2003). Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: background and issues. New Hampshire: Nova PublishersSample Essay of PaperDon.com