ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota officials will learn more this week about the health, economic and environmental effects of pipelines carrying crude oil from North Dakota and Canada through Minnesota.

A recent report prepared by several state agencies shows about 3.3 million barrels of crude oil cross Minnesota every day.

About 80 percent of that oil is being transported by pipeline. The rest moves by train.

The Minnesota Legislature enacted new rail safety laws to respond to potential spills, but a new state report says such measures should be extended to pipelines to both prevent spills and respond to any that do happen.

Reports say Minnesota saw 80 oil spills over 10,000 gallons from 1960 to 2012.