Canadian crude by rail to the U.S. Gulf Coast approaches record
(Source: JWN Energy, October 7, 2019)
CALGARY, Alberta — The uptick in crude by rail traffic out of the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin over the last six months has a clear preferred target: the U.S. Gulf Coast refining cluster. Data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration shows the U.S. Gulf Coast, or PADD III, received 6.25 million barrels of oil from Canada via rail in July, the second-highest month on record after January 2019’s 6.30 million barrels.
Full story: JWN Energy
Monday, October 7, 2019
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