Railroad Companies are Battling Pipeline Operators of Oil Transportation Dominance

North Dakota's Director of the Department of Mineral Resources estimates that 90% of all crude oil produced in North Dakota's Bakken Shale next year will grab a ticket to ride. Given that 60% of the region's crude hit the rails this year, and the Bakken's top producer, Continental Resources , has already confirmed it is shipping 100% of its crude via rail, this prediction may very well become a reality in 2014.

In this video, Fool.com contributor Aimee Duffy talks to Tyler Crowe about why this is happening, and whether companies like Phillips 66 , PBF Energy , or Enbridge Energy Partners stand to win or lose.

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