Eastbound rail shipments of crude oil from North Dakota will most likely experience delays following the recent train accident in the state, Continental Resources said on Thursday. "We're looking at the likelihood of minor delays at least into early next week, as the rail companies re-route eastward shipments around the accident," said Continental spokesman J. Warren Henry. He added that westbound and southbound shipments will not be affected by the incident.

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