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Listen: Midterm elections could have consequences for US oil policy

With control of Congress at stake in next month's US midterm elections, we look at the three possible scenarios and oil policy consequences after all the votes have been counted. Kevin Book, managing director with ClearView Energy Partners, walks through what happens to everything from Russia oil sanctions to US offshore drilling, if Republicans retain control of Congress, Democrats take control or the parties split control of the House and Senate.