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Listen: Corpus Christi positioning itself to be prime port for US energy exports

The Texas Port of Corpus Christi is positioning itself to be the prime energy export port in the US, despite trade wars and sanctions. In a conversation with S&P Global Platts senior editor Ashok Dutta and managing editor Gary Gentile, the port's CEO Sean Strawbridge outlines his plans to dredge to 75 feet, making it one of the deepest oil ports in the US, stating trade wars will be seen by the industry as short-term hindrances.