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Crude by Rail

Pipelines moving ahead and New Crude by Rail Ruling announced

During the month of April an array of announcements indicate that activity in the North America crude logistics landscape is far from slowing down. For April, EnSys Energy compiled similar numbers of announcements from both industry and government. Pipelines and open seasons (mainly) move ahead Enbridge’s Sandpiper (Beaver Lodge ND, to Superior WI via Clearbrook […]

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Crude Imports from Canada continue to increase

Although the first three months of 2015 have shown some industry’s retraction due to sustained low crude prices, there are still plenty of developments which demonstrate the continued dynamism of the North America Crude Renaissance. For example, EIA data show that crude imports from Canada continue to increase. EIA reports that 3.2 mbd of Canadian […]

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Keystone XL saga, Alaska pipeline and crude by rail

Monthly Overview from EnSys North America Logistics Review Service – February 2015 edition Keystone XL Saga After the U.S. Senate approved a bipartisan bill to start the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, U.S. President Barack Obama vetoed the bill, arguing that the bill would undercut the longstanding process for determining if projects serve the […]

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Crude prices – implications for logistics

December 2014 Overview from our North America Logistics Review Service – By way of update on last month’s commentary on crumbling crude oil export barriers, PEMEX is reportedly negotiating to receive US crude, the US Department of Commerce has released a regulation which eases re-export of foreign (read Canadian) crudes, this by allowing “incidental” contact […]

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