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LONDON (Reuters) - Demand for oil and gas will continue over the long term despite a shift towards sources of decarbonised energy, Saudi Arabia's Minister of Energy, Mining & Mineral Resources, Khalid Al-Falih, said on Thursday.
"The world is moving to decarbonised energy but oil and gas will continue for as long as many of us will live," he told a conference in London. He said executives attending the event should "like it and accept it and work with it".
(Reporting by Clara Denina, writing by William James, editing by Stephen Addison)
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