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CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION
Should U.S. Lift Limits on Oil Exports? Depends Who You Ask
Daniel J. Graeber
Senior Journalist, Oilprice.com
Depending on whose talking, lifting the longstanding limits on U.S. crude exports would be a boon to the economy and a benefit to U.S. drivers, or it would increase U.S. reliance on imported oil and weaken America's foreign policy strategy.
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