Canadians rail over oil price differentials caused by overproduction and lack of pipeline capacity
The primary factor behind the wide oil price differentials is a growing supply of western Canadian oil production while takeaway capacity on existing pipeline systems remains constant
Canadians have been supplementing their oil pipeline systems with increased transport by railroad
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