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Listen: US oil industry waits for policy details after Trump triumphs

In a special post-election episode of Capitol Crude, senior editors Brian Scheid and Meghan Gordon look at what impact Republican Donald Trump’s victory will have on US oil policy. Geoffrey Craig, oil futures editor with Platts, stops by to talk about the immediate oil price reactions and market shifts, as well as future factors that will affect markets. Scheid and Gordon also look at what a Trump White House will mean for future domestic crude production, demand, fossil fuel infrastructure and a slew of federal regulations going forward.

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