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What's next for Iran and the world's oil supply, prices and politics

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Listen: What's next for Iran and the world's oil supply, prices and politics

After the landmark nuclear deal with Iran, what should the world expect from its oil industry? Platts senior oil editor Brian Scheid digs into the big questions: How much Iranian crude could hit the world market and when? Where will it go? What does it mean for prices in an already over-supplied market, and what are the impacts on OPEC? And, of course, what does this say about the future of US oil policy?

Margaret McQuaile, a senior Platts correspondent in London; Geoffrey Craig, a Platts oil futures editor; Kevin Book, managing director of ClearView Energy Partners; and Elizabeth Rosenberg, a senior fellow and director of the energy, environment and security program at the Center for a New American Security, join this week's podcast to analyze these topics and look toward the future of Iranian oil.

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