There's no doubt that pipeline capacity will increase everywhere - Bakken included. My original point was - and still is - that current;y rail is the means to carry oil from there, because it is NOT ECONOMICAL to build pipelines to every well. If operators thought that shale assets would be long-lived and highly productive they would build pipeline infrastructure to ensure equally long lived profits. But that is not the case. They have chosen instead to ship by rail for three times the cost of a pipeline.
Butte Pipeline expanded up to 160,000 Bbls/day in 2012
Butte Loop Pipeline expanding to 100,000 Bbls/day by 2014
Tesoro Refinery expanded to 68,000Bbls/day in July 2012
Enbridge Mainline North Dakota expanded to 210,000 Bbls/day in 2012
Enbridge Bakken Expansion Program expanding to 145,000 Bbls/day in Q1, 2013
Plains Bakken North expanding to 75,000 Bbls/day in 2013
High Prarie Pipeline expanding to 150,000 Bbls/day in 2014
Enbridge Sandpiper expanding to 225,000 Bbls/day in Q1, 2016
That was posted as ND state pipelines that are being expanded or built ----after you incorrectly claimed that OIL pipelines were not being built because they are not economical to build.....LOL.