Rail transportation tanker car

Last year, North Dakota saw oil production increase after the completion of Dakota Access, and production shows no signs of yielding.  Officials are now worried capacity will be reached within a few years, which can cause headaches for farmers looking to get their crops to market again by forcing oil back on trains.

As oil production is expected to increase, particularly as a result of technology advancements, industry leaders believe North Dakota will need an expansion or a new pipeline to export crude oil out of the region.

Read more – The Bismark Tribune