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Keystone stall prompts railway rally

The sun rises on large oil tanks near the town of Hardisty, Alberta

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Oil price differentials along with lack of pipeline capacity has some producers taking matters into their own hands, and turning to rail as a way to get their product to market.

These desperate measures are not only a boon to rail companies but benefitting the Alberta town of Hardisty, AB, the location of a large petroleum holding area serving as the nexus for many oil pipelines.

Kathy Mueller has more.

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