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Oregon oil trains carried 11 million barrels in 2013

(Source: Associated Press, April 18, 2014)

PORTLAND, Ore. -- The volume of oil hauled on railroads in Oregon increased last year to more than 11 million barrels a dramatic increase from about 3 million barrels in 2012, reports to the state show. Not long ago, almost no oil moved on railroads in the state just 659 tank carloads in 2007.

Full story: Albany Times Union

Monday, April 21, 2014

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