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Oil train decline not permanent, energy consultant says

October 16, 2015 | Times Union| An international energy consultant says while sliding global oil prices may have reduced the number of oil trains coming through the Port of Albany, don’t expect the long lines of black tankers to decline dramatically or disappear altogether.

James Clad, senior adviser to the CNA Corp. consulting firm and a former Defense Department assistant secretary for Asia, will offer perspectives on global energy issues during a free talk 10 a.m. Friday at the University at Albany’s Massry Center for Business. His talk is co-sponsored by the International Center of the Capital Region.

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