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What impact will Trump NAFTA talks have on oil and gas flows?

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Listen: What impact will Trump NAFTA talks have on oil and gas flows?

President Trump no longer wants to rip up NAFTA; he wants to renegotiate with Canada and Mexico. But the oil and gas sectors in all three countries have changed dramatically since 1994 when the landmark trade deal went into force. What impact will these upcoming trade talks have on oil and product flows between the US, Canada and Mexico and the energy sector overall?

This week’s podcast with senior oil editor Brian Scheid features comments by Sarah Ladislaw, director of the Center for Strategic and International Studies’ energy and national security program; Aaron Padilla, a senior advisor, international policy with API; and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross.

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