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It's not the US EIA that's crazy; it's oil markets that are

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Listen: It's not the US EIA that's crazy; it's oil markets that are

About two weeks before he plans to step down, Adam Sieminski, the head of the US Energy Information Administration, sits down with Capitol Crude to talk future oil prices, the path of US production and the outlook for global demand. Sieminski, EIA’s administrator since 2012, talks to senior oil editors Brian Scheid and Meghan Gordon about the changes his agency has made in forecasting, the future of the EIA in a Trump administration, the outlook for US crude oil exports and the impact policy has on market fundamentals.

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