BP's logo is seen on one of its corporate sponsor pavilions in the Olympic park, in Stratford, east London, July 19, 2012. Oil industry shareholders sick of poor returns and worried that company ... more 
BP's logo is seen on one of its corporate sponsor pavilions in the Olympic park, in Stratford, east London, July 19, 2012. Oil industry shareholders sick of poor returns and worried that company bosses will waste cash on costly projects are getting their message across, third quarter results from the industry's top players showed this week. BP, the smallest of the top five, was also the most aggressively compliant, raising its dividend, cutting back capital spending plans, and ramping up its asset sales target to $10 billion over the next two years from between $4 and $6 billion previously - cash that will also go back to shareholders. Picture taken July 19, 2012. REUTERS/Andrew Winning/Files (BRITAIN - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS LOGO) less 
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Reuters | Photo By ANDREW WINNING / REUTERS
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