LSU report suggests end of crude export ban could make Louisiana an energy trade epicenter

    The end to the U.S. ban on crude oil exports will lower petroleum imports, create a million jobs, boost household income and gross domestic product. Or not. As Gannett Louisiana reports, it depends…

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