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Capitol Crude: The US Oil Policy Podcast

Costs of new US Arctic regulations may cool offshore oil production plans

August 01, 2016 (16:39 mins)



Brian Scheid

The Obama administration unveiled final regulations for drilling in US Arctic waters, but questions remain about the future of oil production there. Will the Arctic be pulled out of the administration's upcoming five-year leasing plan, and will environmental opposition and unfavorable economics hinder development offshore Alaska for a decade or more? And how will the outcome of the US presidential election effect the Arctic’s oil and gas future?

Senior editor Brian Scheid interviews Mike Levine, Pacific senior counsel at Oceana, and David Holt, president of Consumer EnergyAlliance, for answers to these questions and more.

Check back every Monday for the latest analysis of US oil policy news from leading Platts editors covering the Capitol. E-mail the editor at brian.scheid@platts.com.


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