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Listen: Global supply disruptions and US crude export capacity

The September 14 attack on Saudi oil projects took 5.7 million b/d of crude supply off the global market, but, ultimately, had little impact on oil prices. That's partly due to the growth of US oil production.

But what is global demand from US crude and how much can be exported?

On this week's Platts Capitol Crude, we speak with Sean Strawbridge, CEO of Port of Corpus Christi Industrial Development Corporation, on his port's plans to export roughly 4 million b/d by 2020, US export capacity and oil prices.