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Listen: The US' nexus of national security and oil

Andrew Holland, director of studies and a senior fellow at the American Security Project, joins Capitol Crude to talk about how "energy is still a strategic, valued commodity" and key to national security.

Holland also speaks with senior oil editor Brian Scheid about the security implications of climate change and the US pulling out of the Paris deal, the possible sale of half of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and its shifting energy relationship with the Middle East. US exports (and imports) and the business relationships fostered through international oil companies also play a part in keeping the country secure.


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