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Listen: Managing carbon poses a challenge in harder-to-green sectors like aviation, shipping, agriculture

The US Department of Energy's newly rebranded Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management aims to fund the research and technology deployment that will help the US reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

We spoke with Acting Assistant Secretary Jennifer Wilcox, head of the office and a carbon capture expert, about some of the promising technologies to curb US dependence on fossil fuels and cut emissions. We talked about harder-to-decarbonize sectors like aviation, shipping and long-haul trucking, as well as a proposal to expand the 45Q tax credit for carbon capture.

Stick around after the interview for the Market Minute, a look at near-term oil market drivers.

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