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Keep track of the crude-by-rail market
We offer an exclusive view into the North American crude-by-rail market, a market which has evolved into a major component of overall North American crude transportation, especially when pipeline bottlenecks occur. We directly observe and track the number of trains and the cars per train to provide highly accurate daily crude volumes. We maintain high coverage percentages, ensuring you have an up-to-date understanding of activity in this market.
Our report includes fundamental rail loading and unloading volume data, real-time Bakken-outbound pipeline flows, market trend analysis and holistic supply chain insights for basins relying on crude-by-rail.
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Rainy River gold mine project
The project is planned to be mined by a combination of open pit and underground mining methods. Open pit mining will utilise conventional truck and shovel open pit mining methods at an ore production rate of 21kt/d. Underground mining will utilise long hole open stoping methods at a full production rate of 3.2kt/d in 2026. Combined mine life is estimated at 14 years. The Rainy River mill is based on a carbon-in-pulp (CIP) leach circuit with an ore processing capacity of 9.4Mt/a. Once at peak capacity, gold production is estimated at around 289 thousand ounces per annum.