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Listen: The US is an energy powerhouse, but in an increasingly interconnected, interdependent market

Capitol Crude celebrates its 150th episode with part two of a talk with Amos Hochstein, President Barack Obama's top energy diplomat. Senior oil editors Brian Scheid and Meghan Gordon focus on the future of the Iran nuclear deal — which Hochstein helped develop — and the radical changes in the relationship between US oil and gas producers and OPEC.

Hochstein, who served as Obama’s special envoy and coordinator of international energy affairs, says outside of a few regulatory changes there may be little difference between Obama’s energy policy and the energy goals of the Trump administration.

If you missed the first part of the conversation, be sure to listen to it here.

Also be sure to catch up on Friday's news: US Treasury puts sanctions on Venezuela, including PDVSA debt trading

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