Oil companies continue to use rail service for crude shipments

12/21/2011 | Calgary Herald (Alberta)

As regulatory issues stall the building of key oil pipelines, smaller gas companies in Canada are finding freight rail to be their friend. Canadian National and Canadian Pacific have stepped up their investment to expand facilities for oil shipments. "We're going to control, by end of next year, 290 rail cars. That will allow us to deliver about 2,500 barrels per day of production by rail," said Connacher Oil and Gas CEO Dick Gusella.

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