Shipping crude by pipeline has a future in Bakken despite a formidable competitor
Forum News Service
DICKINSON, N.D. -- As crude oil pipelines play catch-up, they need more than to just build out the capacity to compete with rail -- they need to be strategic about it.
When pipelines lagged behind as Bakken crude boomed and rail became the No. 1 mode of transport, shippers saw rail’s benefits: flexibility in where to go and when to hop aboard.
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