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Is US energy dominance hurting foreign relations?

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Listen: Is US energy dominance hurting foreign relations?

How has the growth of US oil production impacted US diplomacy? On the sidelines of CERAWeek in Houston, Capitol Crude talked with government officials and analysts on how the United States’ evolving role in the global oil market is changing how it views the rest of the world and how the rest of the world views the US.

Aldo Flores, Mexico’s deputy energy minister, Helima Croft, managing director and chief commodities strategist of RBC Capital Markets, and Jason Bordoff, a former top energy adviser to President Barack Obama and the founding director of Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy, are interviewed.

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