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Listen: Biden energy agenda at stake as parties vie for control in federal, state races

Voters will head to the polls November 8 where control of the US House and Senate are at stake along with the potential to flip the leadership in several states. The outcome of those contests will shape the second half of President Joe Biden's term and influence the pace of change in US energy and climate policies.

S&P Global Commodity Insights editors Maya Weber, Ellie Potter and Kate Winston joined the podcast to share how these federal and state contests may weigh on the future energy mix.

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