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Back to basics: Adam Sieminski on global oil prices, fundamentals and more

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Listen: Back to basics: Adam Sieminski on global oil prices, fundamentals and more

In the 100th episode of Capitol Crude, Platts senior editor Brian Scheid talks with Adam Sieminski, administrator of the US Energy Information Administration, on the state of the global oil market. Sieminski discusses where oil prices are heading, when the market may reach balance, the diminishing role of OPEC, the boom/bust nature of the market and the key forces he believes will drive prices up or down in the near future.

To recover from its 100th episode celebrations, Capitol Crude will be taking a summer break and will return after the US Labor Day weekend with a brand new episode on Tuesday, Sept. 6.

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