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U.S. Considers Lifting Crude Oil Export Ban

by WSJ Live 4:10 mins

U.S. Considers Lifting Crude Oil Export Ban

by WSJ Live 4:10 mins

The U.S. is considering relaxing regulations that ban the export of crude oil as domestic production grows and the quality of some of the crude produced in the country isn't suitable for refining locally, U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said. Liam Denning joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.

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