March 7 - 8, 2013
This conference is in response to the sudden challenge being faced by U.S. petroleum companies who are pumping crude out of the Bakken shale in North Dakota and Montana. The sudden increase in volume has resulted in the problem that the companies are having problems shipping the crude to the refineries. Truck and rail are being used and the volume has put an enormous strain on the supply of tank cars and available tank trucks. This conference is a follow up to our highly successful 2012 Bakken Crude Oil Logistics Conference, where we had over 135 attendees, numerous sponsors, and a great lineup of speakers. This event is organized to help bring together the crude producers, the rail companies, truckers, barges, and those who provide technology solutions to help develop a more efficient supply chain.
Who Should Attend?
Bakken Crude Producers
Big Rail & Short Line Rail Providers
Supply Chain Consultants
Terminal Developers & Operators
Rail Car Suppliers
Economic Development Representatives
Infrastructure Investors & Lenders
Transload Solution Providers