|  Clifton Linton

Market Looks at Crude by Rail Solution with Two Crude Pipelines in Question

Talk of a temporary crude by rail resurgence has surfaced in the wake of troubles on two crude oil pipelines serving Western Canada and the Bakken shale. The pipeline capacity loss is a significant blow to producers already struggling to recover following the spring crude oil price collapse. Rail is not a cheap shipping option (it can be at least five times as expensive as pipeline), but it is proven. And some shippers are thinking about dusting off unit-train loading racks and pulling idled tank cars out of storage. ...

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