The Trump effect on the global crude oil market

Author Sean Cronin

US president Donald Trump is vocal about perceived trade imbalances, and crude oil is caught in the crosshairs. US policies are only starting to impact global markets, but oil prices are already rising and energy flows could become part of a trade war.

We consider how future US actions may influence imports and exports of crude, LNG and NGLs, as well how American consumers may be affected if gasoline prices change. Additionally, we turn a spotlight to Opec producers Venezuela and Iran, as well as China, to put potential US actions into a global perspective.

The Trump Effect on the Global Crude Oil Market

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