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Capitol Crude's oil price and policy outlook for 2018

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Listen: Capitol Crude's oil price and policy outlook for 2018

Where are oil prices, supply and demand heading in 2018? And how will Washington policy shape oil markets?

Capitol Crude talks with three experts about where they think oil prices will be at the end of 2018, what factors will influence the market and what US oil policy issues will dominate.

The outlooks are from Chris Midgley, global director of analytics at S&P Global Platts; Adam Sieminski, the Center for Strategic and International Studies' James Schlesinger chair for Energy and Geopolitics and the former chief of the Energy Information Administration; and Ed Morse, global head of commodity strategy at Citi.

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