Booming oil production extracted from numerous shale plays in the United States is outpacing pipeline expansion, leaving high-production companies, like those in the Bakken, struggling to find pipeline takeaway capacity. The lack of takeaway capacity is causing regional U.S. oil price discrepancies as a result. In this video, Motley Fool energy analyst Joel South tells us about a new deal from Phillips 66 in which the company will move oil to the East Coast using rail carts, supplying its East Coast refiner in Trainer, Penn., with cheaper West Texas Intermediate benchmarked crude.
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