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Unofficially official: What OPEC's meeting means for US crude production and prices

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Listen: Unofficially official: What OPEC's meeting means for US crude production and prices

Following last week’s controversial and drama-filled OPEC meeting, Platts senior editors Herman Wang in Vienna and Brian Scheid in Washington detail the twists and turns that led to an announcement Friday that there wouldn’t be a cut to the oil production ceiling nor a rollover.

What led to this announcement and what does it all mean for US shale producers and oil policy going forward? Bob McNally, a former energy adviser to President George W. Bush, and Neil Atkinson, of Lloyd’s List Intelligence, stop by to talk about OPEC's week, US crude oil exports, the looming end of Iranian sanctions and more.

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