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Listen: Why US oil producers don’t want Congress to go after OPEC

On this early edition of Capitol Crude, we predict the top themes of next week's CERAWeek, the mega-conference where US shale producers, US government officials and OPEC ministers rub elbows.

We spoke with American Petroleum Institute President and CEO Mike Sommers about surging US oil production, the buildout of pipelines and export terminals, and the US becoming a net oil exporter. Sommers also explains why his group has been lobbying against Congress' anti-OPEC legislation.

Watch for some special episodes of Capitol Crude from Houston next week.

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