Rail rolls on in Alberta, with Ďabove-groundí volumes growing
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The high-wire act that is associated with shipments of Alberta crude oil by rail continues its wobbly existence, while delays in building new pipelines are welcomed by railroads.
Keith Creel, chief executive officer of Canadian Pacific Railway, CPR, makes no attempt to fudge the issue from his stand....
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