Low oil prices are an obstacle to lifting U.S. export ban

Lifting the 40-year-old export ban on U.S. crude oil would have far-reaching effects on pricing, energy security and energy sector investment, according to new research from the Center for Energy Studies (CES). Kenneth B. Medlock III, the James A. Baker III and Susan Baker Fellow in Energy and Resource Economics and senior director of the CES, discusses the study. 

Read the full article in the April 6, 2015, edition of Energy Guardian (subscription required).

Click here to read the study, "To Lift or Not to Lift? The U.S. Crude Oil Export Ban: Implications for Price and Energy Security."