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Listen: Questions abound regarding Kurdish crude tanker and condensate processing

In the inaugural edition of this podcast, Platts senior oil news editors and Capitol Hill newshounds Herman Wang and Brian Scheid discuss the possible political motives for a tanker of Kurdish crude to idle off the Texas coast as well as how companies are trying to unravel oil condensate processing secrets in an attempt to open up export possibilities.


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