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Listen: Welcome to the wide world of exports: The US' ability to turn loose oil

There's been a lot made of prices and economics when it comes to the US exporting crude oil, but what about the actual logistics and capabilities to export? Platts senior oil editors Herman Wang and Brian Scheid talk with Luciano Battistini, Platts managing editor of Americas crude, about the fine details of exporting. Which US ports could oil be exported from, and where would it go? If the economics make sense, how much crude could the US export? Battistini, who recently write a white paper on US exports, shares some insight into what could be next for the future of US crude exports.

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