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U.S. Senator Worried About Cutoff of Venezuelan Oil

The chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee wants to know what contingency plans the United States has in place to counter a disruption in crude oil and petroleum product imports from Venezuela. Venezuela is the fourth-biggest petroleum exporter to the United States, even though the State Department has said the OPEC member is not a reliable supplier. There is continuing political unrest in Venezuela and a workers’ strike several years ago severely disrupted oil shipments to the U.S. market for months.Full Story

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