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2014 Marine & Rail Oil Transportation Study
2014 Marine & Rail Oil Transportation Study (Number of pages: 570) (Publication Size: 16790KB)
|Description||This study and the report were authorized by the Washington State Legislature in April 2014.
The objective of this study is to analyze the risks to public health and safety, and the environmental impacts associated with the transportation of oil in Washington State.
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|Keywords||bitumen oil, oil by pipeline, bakken crude oil, oil by rail, oil spill risk, oil spill response plan, oil spill contingency plan, oil spill, oil spill prevention, oil spill response equipment, oil tanker|
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