BAKKEN OIL TRAINS

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Two BNSF grain trains sit idling at the Port of Vancouver, Washington. This large loop is a proposed site for the Tesoro-Savage crude oil unloading and transfer facility. BNSF oil unit trains from the Bakken oil fields in western North Dakota will transport the volatile product across Montana, northern Idaho, through Spokane, Wa, the Columbia River Gorge and into Vancouver. Lobbyists are advocating the export of Bakken crude to Asian markets.