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Exxon, BP, Chevron CEOs Descend on London to Talk Money, Ignore Climate

Big Oil is coming to town, and it's here for one thing: to talk money. As the industry continues to suffer what Forbes describes as the “worst oil crash in a generation”, execs need to work out new ways to turn a profit, and fast. On Tuesday and Wednesday, hundreds of industry executives will gather in London at the InterContinental Park Lane Hotel for the Oil and Money conference, with sponsors including ExxonMobil, BP, Shell, Chevron, Total and Saudi Aramco.
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