The increase of U.S. oil production in non-traditional oil-producing regions, combined with the lack of pipeline infrastructure in those same areas, has triggered a modern-day railroad boom. While energy investors might focus on the midstream companies and refiners that are adding rail cars and unloading facilities to their operations, traditional railroad companies are experiencing the boom as well. In this video, Fool.com contributor Aimee Duffy takes a break from discussing rail and her favorite energy companies to talk with Tyler Crowe about a more traditional player.
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