Trains pull increasing share
Kringstad not aware of any new plans for rail terminals, but says that doesnít necessarily mean there wonít be any more in future
For Petroleum News Bakken
According to Justin Kringstad, director of the North Dakota Industrial Commissionís Pipeline Authority, 64 percent of Williston Basin crude oil left the basin on unit trains in December, compared to 27 percent through pipelines. One percent of crude left the basin on trucks headed for Canadian pipel....
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