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Crude oil export ban could stymie US output, says International Energy Agency

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Leaving the United States' ban on crude oil exports intact could eventually stall domestic production, the International Energy Agency said Tuesday. Although U.S. production is booming -- it rose 15 percent last year, the largest year-over-year gain by any country in two decades -- the regulatory roadblocks to sending unrefined crude overseas could suppress drilling, according to a Wall Street...

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