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Trump wants Saudi oil price help, but are relations too damaged?

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Listen: Trump wants Saudi oil price help, but are relations too damaged?

Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman arrived in the US a year ago to help write a new chapter in US-Saudi relations, but following the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, have relations been irreparably strained?

On this week's Platts Capitol Crude, Matt Reed, vice president of Foreign Reports, says Congress could still push for sanctions on the kingdom and NOPEC remains a very real option as less and less Saudi crude is exported to the US. Reed talks about the state of affairs between the Saudis and the Trump administration, the push by the president to get more Saudi crude on the market and just what the Saudis plan to do in the "maximum pressure" campaign on Iran.

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