If Oil Prices Climb, The U.S. Is Less Able To Play The Role Of Swing Producer Than Some Think

World oil prices continue to increase, recently surpassing $75 per barrel. There are a number of factors contributing to the increase, including at least two geopolitical crises that are weighing on the markets. To what extent can the U.S. oil producers play the role of swing producer when additional supply is needed?

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