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More crude oil heads to US West Coast, even as rail permitting delays abound

With Joshua Mann

June 14, 2016 08:15:35 EST (2:50)

Shipping crude oil to the US West Coast has never been easy, but moving crude by rail is becoming more difficult as permitting challenges delay projects. Joshua Mann describes how rail compares to pipelines, as well as how financial incentives to bring in crude from other regions can change by the time projects become operational.

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