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Too late or too soon? US crude export debate tries to time a chance for change

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Listen: Too late or too soon? US crude export debate tries to time a chance for change

Time is of the essence when it comes to opening up US oil exports . . . or is it? Platts senior editor Brian Scheid details why a vote to end long-standing restrictions on US crude oil exports is likely coming this fall. On opposites sides of the debate, George Baker, the head of Producers for American Crude Oil Exports (PACE) and Jay Hauck, the head of Consumers and Refiners United for Domestic Energy, weigh in to talk about the momentum to get a congressional vote on export policy soon, before the issue gets pushed back to 2017.

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