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Listen: Oil & Money conference: When fossil fuels become a dirty word

As the annual Oil & Money conference marks its 40th year, the high-profile London event reflects an industry grappling with transition as concerns over the perils of fossil fuels grow more acute. The New York Times has dropped its long-running sponsorship of the event and, in a nod to greener times, the conference will change its name to the Energy Intelligence Forum from next year.

On this week's Commodities Focus podcast EMEA energy editors Robert Perkins, Nick Coleman and Stuart Elliott discuss the key talking points over the three-day event and give their takeaways from presentations dominated by a shift to lower-carbon gas and renewables.