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A massive regulatory shift could occur if US President Donald Trump loses the White House in November.

Former Vice President Joe Biden has embraced energy and climate priorities that swing further left than many of the Obama administration's, as evidenced by his recently announced four-year, $2 trillion climate plan focused on clean energy infrastructure and jobs.

Ellie Potter of S&P Global Market Intelligence spoke with David Livingston, senior analyst at the Eurasia Group, to help us understand the potential shift that is in store. He said that while some regulatory changes could burden companies, Biden's proposals could also offer opportunities for the sector.