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Listen: Live (again) from CERAWeek: Pipeline and port capacity constraints in Texas

It's Day 2 of CERAWeek by IHS Market and we’re again talking Permian. The shale play is seeing the most explosive growth in the world, but could a lack of pipeline and port capacity hinder future output?

On this special episode of Capitol Crude, Neil Atkinson, the head of the International Energy Agency’s oil division, talks about what might stand in the way of Permian, from pipeline delays to new steel tariffs. Ashok Dutta, senior editor, oil news with S&P Global Platts, talks about major pipeline projects coming to the Permian and the situation at the ports expected to ship millions of new barrels of Permian crude to the world.

Related podcast: Live from CERAWeek: Texas regulation sees Permian output hitting 7 million b/d


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