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Listen: Changes in shale flows could mean changes to US crude storage hubs

Alison Ciaccio, futures oil editor, and Bridget Hunsucker, editor, Americas oil news, discuss Cushing, Oklahoma, the basis for the NYMEX light sweet crude contract, and the possibility of starting new US futures contracts in Albany, New York, and Houston, Texas.


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