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Regulators warn that light crude from Bakken 'may be more flammable'

Federal regulators in the midst of an inspection "blitz" targeting rail shipments from the fertile Bakken Shale play today warned that the light crude propelling a domestic oil renaissance "may be more flammable" than its heavier counterparts, adding momentum to a push for stronger regulation of the rapid growth in fuel trains.

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