TOUGH OIL TIMES
Beleaguered oil and gas executives gathered here for a global energy conference sounded a common message: Blood may be in the water, but it isn't ours.
Forced to reckon with a prolonged period of low energy prices, oil chiefs at the annual IHS CERAWeek energy gathering sought to portray themselves as steely survivors in an industry grappling with spending cuts and asset sales
Many executives counted how many previous crashes they had weathered. Some took solace in the musings of "Persian wise men" and philosophers from the 19th century.
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