January 28, 2013

Jumping Aboard North Dakota's Oil Boom

David Shaffer, The News Tribune


New American

Two years ago, Gabe Claypool had nothing to do with oil and railroads. Today, he is CEO of a Wayzata, Minn.-based company that ships 3.5 percent of North Dakota’s oil to East Coast and other refineries in railroad tank cars. . .

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