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Listen: Back to the future: What LaserDisc and corn have to do with condensate splitters and propane

Platts senior oil news editors Herman Wang and Brian Scheid take a trip down memory lane to look at the future of condensate splitters in the US, which were encouraged by the abundance of domestic light crude oil.


Additionally, propane prices spiked significantly this past winter, and now some are wondering if there's anything that can be done to avoid the same when the weather turns cold again.


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