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North American pipeline capacity did not adapt quickly enough to rapidly growing crude oil production, resulting in supply bottlenecks. Now that a build-out is under way, a glut of light sweet crude will likely emerge on the US Gulf Coast. Constraints, both commercial and regulatory, in building out new pipeline infrastructure and expanding existing(More)
Current wheat yield and consumption is considered in the context of the historical development of wheat, from early domestication through to modern plant breeding, the Green Revolution and wheat's place as one of the world's most productive and important crops in the 21st Century. The need for further improvement in the yield potential of wheat in order to(More)
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