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US producers and policymakers wrestle with the idea of energy dominance

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Listen: US producers and policymakers wrestle with the idea of energy dominance

Talk about the US' need for energy independence evolved into a discussion about energy security, and now energy dominance has risen to the forefront. But what does that mean and what are the Trump administration's plans to achieve it? Senior oil editor Brian Scheid talks with Kevin Book, managing director with ClearView Energy Partners, about the difference between the three goals, the drawbacks of energy independence and the role of tax credits and trade flows in an energy dominant policy.

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