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Listen: IEA chief talks oil tanker attacks, slowing oil demand and US crude exports

Oil tanker attacks have the International Energy Agency "seriously concerned" about oil supply security, and yet oil demand growth concerns have tempered the price reaction for now.

Platts Capitol Crude spoke with IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol on the sidelines of the G-20 energy ministerial meetings in Karuizawa, Japan.

He explained IEA's latest cut to its demand growth forecast, how ample oil supply is not the same as energy security, and what role rising US crude exports are playing.

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