In this March 8, 2011, photo is the The Port of North Dakota's transloading facility in northeast Minot, N.D. Trains have quickly become a huge part in hauling crude from North Dakota's oil patch with producers shipping barrels to more profitable markets not served by pipelines. (AP Photo/Dave Caldwell, Minot Daily News)
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