How the pipeline backlash gave a boost to oil exports by rail- Macleans.ca
A comparison between the benefits and risks of transporting oil by rail and by pipeline. Despite the Lac-Mégantic derailment, rail has become a competitive and somewhat cheaper solution to the dependence on pipelines, especially since they are less regulated and easy to expand. The article examines the environmental and economic impacts of switching to a rail-based oil transportation system.
Source:Rogers Media: Macleans.ca
Subject(s):Geography, Economics, Business Education, Environmental Studies, Global Studies,
Topic:Air, Atmosphere and Climate, Business and Economics, Transportation,
Grade: 9 10 11 12
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