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US Oil Patch Now 'Less Dependent' on Rail

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The heavy reliance of the US economy on its railway networks became clear this week as virtually all sectors, from baking to banking, braced for a potential strike action. But the US oil patch, which has shifted over the years to locally sourced supplies in several basins, is much less vulnerable to rail disruptions than it used to be, experts said.

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