In the Pipeline
These are 24/7 days for oil production in the U.S. North Dakota now pumps more than Alaska (and Ecuador), and geologists estimate Oklahoma still has 80 percent of its reserves in the ground. All that crude has to be stored somewhere—and a good portion of it makes its way to tanks in the small Oklahoma town of Cushing through a vast network of pipelines.
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