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Californians push back against Trump's plans to boost oil exports

The Golden State may have vast quantities of crude waiting to be tapped as Trump seeks more export income to offset the US trade imbalance. However the Trump administration will be encountering stiff opposition to its plans not only from the myriad environmental organisations in the state, but also its political leaders

The trade war with China has done nothing to lower US exports of petroleum as rising demand comes from India, South Korea and Thailand as President Donald Trump fights to reduce the trade imbalance

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