US Crude Oil Export Debate: Key Issues for Consideration

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There is a growing debate around what export policy is most in the national interest. Easing US crude oil export restrictions would have implications beyond the US oil industry. This Insight lays out a plausible scenario for what could drive an export policy shift, as well as a series of questions policy makers need answered to understand implications for the US as a whole.

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  • Key drivers to a policy change
  • Crude oil exports will shift petroleum trade flows
  • Potential geopolitical impacts
  • Conclusion

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  • How exports could support investment and production

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