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Colombia's largest crude oil transportation system is going through an ownership change after global investor Advent International led a partial buyout in a deal signalling growing interest in the Latin American country's energy prospects. Cenit S.A.
The oil boom in the United States is creating another boom for the railroad industry. So far this year, in North Dakota alone, 140 million barrels of oil have left on trains. Shipments of crude oil by rail are up almost 50 percent over last year and
Oil pipelines feed into storage tanks at the Enbridge Inc. terminal in Cushing, Okla. Market View Pembina's capital spending plan for 2014 is indicative of the substantial suite of growth projects we have before us, the majority of which are under
The Chinese government must provide the candles, food, clean drinking water and vegetables for people in the affected areas. A total of 18,000 people have been evacuated from one district in the
Authorities were still trying to determine the number of those injured, after the pipeline caught fire near the port city of Qingdao, about 300 miles north of Shanghai. The oil line sprung a leak in the pre-dawn hours, Xinhua said, citing the city
High pressure gas pipeline exploded in central Poland, in the village of Yankuv-Pshigodki. According to police, three people were killed, another 10 were injured including two children. One of them is serious in condition, according to wp.pl.
In this video segment Kean discusses the circumstances under which oil may be transported by rail as opposed to pipelines, and the role each mode has to play in getting fuel where it is needed as flow patterns evolve across the United States. He
Plains All American Pipeline said it wants to link crude oil pipelines to a railroad facility to help integrate the California refinery market. Chief Executive Officer Greg Armstrong said during a conference call to report third quarter earnings a
Recent pipeline spills in North Dakota have drawn attention to the nation's extensive oil and gas pipeline network. Pipeline capacity is short of what's needed to keep pace with oil production in the United States, Graeber writes, and the regulatory
aOfficials in western Mexico have evacuated about 4,500 people after streams of gasoline leaked from a state-owned pipeline apparently drilled open by fuel thieves. Photos from the scene near the city of Guadalajara show what appears to be a plume of