Robert Bryce: You can't stop the oil
Since: Aug 08
#1 Mar 3, 2013
" This year, Delek U.S. Holdings, a subsidiary of the Israeli energy company Delek Group, announced that it will begin refining 15,000 barrels of Canadian crude at its El Dorado, Ark., refinery. All of that oil is being shipped in by rail."
#2 Mar 3, 2013
While U.S. and Canadian railroads are hauling most of their crude south and east, a group of Canadian businessmen is aiming to build a huge rail project that could haul 5 million barrels of crude per day northwest from Fort McMurray, Alberta, to Valdez, Alaska, where it could be loaded onto supertankers.
Why aren't THEY building a pippeline?
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