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ConocoPhillips’ top economist on the oil market outlook and peak demand

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Listen: ConocoPhillips’ top economist on the oil market outlook and peak demand

While the peak oil theory is dead, the industry faces a very real prospect of peak demand -- and sooner than you might think.

Helen Currie, ConocoPhillips' chief economist, talked with Capitol Crude about where the major US oil producer sees global demand heading.

She explains her outlook for US crude exports, how an oil market economist views the recent geopolitical risks, and how government carbon policies could shape the industry's future.