Refineries generally oppose opening up the floodgates to crude oil exports.
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Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) says the conversation around crude oil exports should not be about whether it will squeeze refiners, but about what exports could “mean for the rest of the country.”

“We have more light sweet crude coming out of places like the Bakken and Eagle Ford than we can process, and refiners look at that and say it ‘puts us in an enviable position’ but think about what that means for rest of country,” Murkowski said in an interview with Platts Energy Week that aired Sunday.