N.D. crude begins shipping to OklahomaTexas company that’s the No. 1 producer in North Dakota’s oil patch has begun shipping rich Bakken crude to Oklahoma by rail. EOG Resources Inc., of Houston, said the first shipment from its new terminal in northwestern North Dakota is due in Oklahoma on Monday, after a four-day trip. The company has said the terminal near Stanley is capable of loading 60,000 barrels of oil onto one 100-car unit train each day. Crude from North Dakota’s oil patch will be unloaded in Stroud, Okla., and sent through a new 17-mile pipeline to a terminal in Cushing, Okla., the company said in a statement.
By: By James MacPherson, The Associated Press , The Jamestown Sun