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Listen: Crude output from Guyana could fill supply gap amid uncertainty in Nigeria, Libya, Venezuela

Looming Iran sanctions, the ongoing collapse of Venezuela's oil sector and increased uncertainty surrounding output out of Nigeria and Libya indicate that a historic global oil supply crunch could be nearing. On this week's Capitol Crude podcast, we look at future production out of Guyana, a frontier area which could fill at least some of that anticipated supply gap.

Sonya Boodoo, a senior analyst at Rystad Energy, walks us through the specifics of oil projects in Guyana, the production outlook and all the unknowns.

Related story: Guyana could rub shoulders with oil's producing elite.