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Listen: Eagle Ford forces out crude imports from Africa along USGC

Crude oil production from the Eagle Ford is increasing at the expense of West African crude imports to the US Gulf Coast. Richard Capuchino Jr., Americas crude managing editor, and Jacqueline Puig, associate editor for shale crude, explore how the domestic light sweet crude is finding more ways to move to market, thanks to infrastructure solutions such as pipelines, condensate splitters and marine terminals.


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