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    Bill Kidd, the director of external affairs at BP Cherry Point, explains the 200-acre rail offloading facility in 2014 and the newer rail cars designed to transport crude oil more safely. The updated rail cars feature head shields on the end of the train cars, vent valve protection on top and bottom and feature thicker and stronger steal.

Bill Kidd, the director of external affairs at BP Cherry Point, explains the 200-acre rail offloading facility in 2014 and the newer rail cars designed to transport crude oil more safely. The updated rail cars feature head shields on the end of the train cars, vent valve protection on top and bottom and feature thicker and stronger steal. The Bellingham Herald
Bill Kidd, the director of external affairs at BP Cherry Point, explains the 200-acre rail offloading facility in 2014 and the newer rail cars designed to transport crude oil more safely. The updated rail cars feature head shields on the end of the train cars, vent valve protection on top and bottom and feature thicker and stronger steal. The Bellingham Herald

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