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Re: “Dangerous Fuel in Our Backyard

Not surprisingly this article contains bad info. First there is no way in hell the Port of Stockton can handle 24 coal trains a week so I know that figure is inaccurate. Someone needs to go back to math class. Second, the coal going to the Port of Richmond is not from the Powder River Basin. It's from Utah.

As usual no mention of ethanol, which has a lower flashpoint than Bakken crude, nor that the Kinder Morgan facility was an ethanol unloading facility before it was converted over to unload crude oil. That change happened when the BNSF railroad lost the haulage contract to Union Pacific, which now unloads it outside of Richmond at another facility.

Please get the facts straight!

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Posted by Allen Meyers on 05/08/2014 at 12:25 AM

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