BP reported a 4 percent rise in crude production in 2009, compared with stagnant or lower output at rivals, and the company's refineries ramped back up to full production after outages.
I don't think is was Hayward that produced the 4% crude increase. That was the boys that spent 4 billion on fixing Thunderhorse cause they almost sunk the damn thing. Not it's back on line and there is your 4% production increase from 1 system. Nor do I think, he fixed the refinery problem. The problems are still there, they are cosmetically camouflaged!
I could see giving him a significant raise if he had sustained performance for three consecutive years! That will never happen, cause BP is a boat without oars, still.