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08 August 2013

Crude-by-rail: still on track in the Bakken

Report summary

Following the Quebec rail disaster and other recent incidents, the sustainability of higher netback pricing from primarily east and west coast markets has come into focus. The threat is that tighter rail safety regulations could potentially increase operational/transport costs for producers.

Table of contents

  • Crude-by-rail is the name of the game in the Bakken
  • Crude-by-rail is here to stay
  • Appendix – economic assumptions

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • Williston basin railed production by month
  • Crude-by-rail: still on track in the Bakken: Image 2
  • Crude-by-rail: still on track in the Bakken: Image 3
  • Crude-by-rail: still on track in the Bakken: Image 4

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