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The US' shifting role in the global oil market

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Listen: The US' shifting role in the global oil market

US oil output has exceeded 10 million b/d for the first time since 1970. What does this mean for diplomacy, sanctions and trade policy? Where is the US production ceiling now?

On this week’s Platts Capitol Crude podcast, Sarah Ladislaw, director of the energy and national security program at the Center for Strategic & International Studies, joins Senior Editors Meghan Gordon and Brian Scheid to discuss the United States’ shifting role in the global oil market and what 10 million b/d ultimately means.

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