Class I's help stimulate oil boom in Bakken region

06/10/2013 | Dallas Morning News (subscription required), The

BNSF's and Canadian Pacific's operations in the Bakken region are helping facilitate the smooth transportation of crude oil, and without the railroads, the oil boom "would not be as big," writes Gary Jacobson. More crude shipments are being put on trains due to a weak pipeline capacity. "One of the advantages of rail is the flexibility it offers in getting to markets," said John Miller, a vice president at BNSF.

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