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Tri-Coastal Bakken

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Nissa Darbonne
December 1, 2012

Where does Bakken oil go? Increasingly, producers and end-users are working to send it to the U.S. Northeast to refiners that have been marginalized—some even shuttered—by Brent-priced waterborne crude that costs $25 or more than U.S. onshore-sourced feedstock.

“We are talking to rail companies at this time about that potential in the future,” says Eric Le Dain, senior vice president, strategic planning, reserves and marketing, for Enerplus Corp. The Calgary-based E&P is making some 12,500 gross barrels of oil equivalent per day from its Bakken acreage in North Dakota with ...


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