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Listen: US energy exporters undeterred by trade risks, geopolitics: DOE's Brouillette

The Trump administration took a message of abundant US energy exports to the G-20 energy meetings in Karuizawa, Japan, over the weekend.

We spoke with Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette, who represented the US delegation along with Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Andrew Wheeler.

Brouillette said US oil and gas trade was doing just fine despite trade policy uncertainty and rising oil market risks. He spoke about crude quality, oil sanctions, and LNG competition.

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