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Watch: Oil industry could be in for significant changes after US midterm elections

US voters head to the polls November 6 for midterm elections that hold the potential for significant changes on the energy scene, including for oil production and markets. Results may cause a key shift in control of the US Congress or keep the status quo, at least for another two years. State initiatives and governor races could also change the landscape.

Chris Newkumet, Washington Bureau Chief for S&P Global Platts, talks with Senior Editor Brian Scheid about what's at stake in this year's elections.

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