Representatives from many of the world's largest oil consumers and producers will be attending the G20 summit in New Delhi this weekend. G20 members Saudi Arabia and Russia announced this week that they will keep voluntary production cuts in place through the end of the year. That news helped push oil prices substantially higher. Tighter supplies and continued strong demand could keep gas prices elevated this fall, a key political concern for President Biden as the 2024 vote nears. Joining Julia to discuss is Amrita Sen, cofounder and director of research at Energy Aspects.
Also on today's show: John Kerry, United States Special Presidential Envoy for Climate.
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