Top oil executives are coming to London this week to try and promote a climate-friendly image of the polluting industry.
The International Petroleum Week is a mainstay of the Big Oil’s calendar and starts on Tuesday at the InterContinental Park Lane hotel in London.
The three-day annual event is set to see some of the most influential players in the oil and gas industry gather in London, including BP’s CEO Bob Dudley, executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) Dr Fatih Birol and representatives from Shell, Eni, Statoil, Schlumberger and Lekoil.
A US government representative is also set to attend to talk about the Trump administration’s support for the oil and gas industry.
Here is a run-down of who is coming.