Climate change activists demonstrate against BP outside the British Museum in London on February 8. Photo: Reuters Climate change activists demonstrate against BP outside the British Museum in London on February 8. Photo: Reuters
Climate change activists demonstrate against BP outside the British Museum in London on February 8. Photo: Reuters
Tilak K. Doshi
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Tilak K. Doshi

Western desire for green energy will not doom oil and gas industry

  • BP and Shell’s plans for massive cuts to their oil and gas budgets amid a shift towards renewables have sparked worry among Middle East oil producers
  • Surging demand among developing countries for cheap, reliable energy sources such as oil, gas and coal will keep the industry afloat for decades to come

Climate change activists demonstrate against BP outside the British Museum in London on February 8. Photo: Reuters Climate change activists demonstrate against BP outside the British Museum in London on February 8. Photo: Reuters
Climate change activists demonstrate against BP outside the British Museum in London on February 8. Photo: Reuters
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