Rising crude production means more demand for rail service

05/21/2013 | OpenMarkets.com

A surging volume of petroleum production combined with pipelines filled to capacity is pushing up demand for rail service, which is now seen as a "viable complement to pipelines and a permanent part of the energy infrastructure," writes Debbie Carlson. "Railroads have made a significant impact" in the energy industry, said RBN Energy President Rusty Braziel. The increased demand is also indicated by the Class I's record carload volume last year, which increased 256% over 2011 levels, according to AAR.

View Full Article in:


Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Transportation

Job Title Company Location
Pricing Analyst I, II or III Sr.
Alaska Airlines
Seattle, WA
Engineer - Avionics Project
United Airlines
Chicago, IL
Manager, Flight Training Center Operations
Southwest Airlines
Dallas, TX
Crew Planning and Analysis Manager
Spirit Airlines
Miramar, FL
Ramp Operations Manager (OA) - Seattle
Menzies Aviation
Seattle, WA