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Listen: Definitely not curbing our enthusiasm for US oil policy

Platts senior editors Brian Scheid and Herman Wang are joined by John Kingston, president of the McGraw Hill Financial Institute, for a pretty ... pretty ... pretty interesting discussion of US crude policy.

Drawing on their favorite moments from the HBO hit 'Curb Your Enthusiasm,' the three draw comparisons between oil exports and postponed parties, processed condensate and creative ways to use the carpool lane, market crashes and the murder of a golf course swan, and the fight over refining capacity and the alleged California cashew shortage.

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