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AEROSPACE-BUSINESSJETS/ENVIRONMENT
RTS2S7UY
October 22, 2019
A business jet is refuelled using Jet A fuel at the Henderson Executive Airport during the National Business...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A business jet is refuelled using Jet A fuel at the Henderson Executive Airport during the National Business...
A business jet is refuelled using Jet A fuel at the Henderson Executive Airport during the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. October 21, 2019. REUTERS/David Becker
AEROSPACE-BUSINESSJETS/ENVIRONMENT
RTS2S7UX
October 22, 2019
A business jet is refuelled using Jet A fuel at the Henderson Executive Airport during the National Business...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A business jet is refuelled using Jet A fuel at the Henderson Executive Airport during the National Business...
A business jet is refuelled using Jet A fuel at the Henderson Executive Airport during the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. October 21, 2019. REUTERS/David Becker
AEROSPACE-BUSINESSJETS/ENVIRONMENT
RTS2S7LR
October 21, 2019
A decal stating "This Aircraft Flies On Renewable Fuel" is seen on a Gulfstream 650ER business jet at...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A decal stating "This Aircraft Flies On Renewable Fuel" is seen on on a Gulfstream 650ER business jet...
A decal stating "This Aircraft Flies On Renewable Fuel" is seen on a Gulfstream 650ER business jet at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. October 21, 2019. REUTERS/David Becker
AEROSPACE-BUSINESSJETS/ENVIRONMENT
RTS2S7LO
October 21, 2019
A decal stating "This Aircraft Flies On Renewable Fuel" is seen on a Gulfstream 650ER business jet at...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A decal stating "This Aircraft Flies On Renewable Fuel" is seen on on a Gulfstream 650ER business jet...
A decal stating "This Aircraft Flies On Renewable Fuel" is seen on a Gulfstream 650ER business jet at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. October 21, 2019. REUTERS/David Becker
AEROSPACE-BUSINESSJETS/ENVIRONMENT
RTS2S7LM
October 21, 2019
A decal stating "This Aircraft Flies On Renewable Fuel" is seen on a Gulfstream 650ER business jet at...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A decal stating "This Aircraft Flies On Renewable Fuel" is seen on on a Gulfstream 650ER business jet...
A decal stating "This Aircraft Flies On Renewable Fuel" is seen on a Gulfstream 650ER business jet at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) exhibition in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. October 21, 2019. REUTERS/David Becker
CLIMATE-CHANGE/PROTEST-GERMANY
RTS2NJTX
August 23, 2019
Activists of the "Friday's for Future" movement stage a die-in at Duesseldorf Airport demanding global...
Duesseldorf, Germany
Activists of the "Friday's for Future" movement stage a die-in at Duesseldorf Airport
Activists of the "Friday's for Future" movement stage a die-in at Duesseldorf Airport demanding global politicians to take urgent actions to fight climate change in Duesseldorf, Germany, August, 23, 2019. The sign reads: "Tax aviation fuel! Promote rail & bicycle traffic!" REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
BRAZIL-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX66VKH
May 30, 2018
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
LUZIANIA, Brazil
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia Airport, on the BR-040 highway in Luziania, May 30, 2018, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX66VK9
May 30, 2018
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
LUZIANIA, Brazil
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia Airport, on the BR-040 highway in Luziania, May 30, 2018, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX66VK8
May 30, 2018
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
LUZIANIA, Brazil
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia Airport, on the BR-040 highway in Luziania, May 30, 2018, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX66VK7
May 30, 2018
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
LUZIANIA, Brazil
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia Airport, on the BR-040 highway in Luziania, May 30, 2018, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX66VK5
May 30, 2018
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
LUZIANIA, Brazil
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia Airport, on the BR-040 highway in Luziania, May 30, 2018, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX66VK1
May 30, 2018
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
LUZIANIA, Brazil
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia Airport, on the BR-040 highway in Luziania, May 30, 2018, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX66VK0
May 30, 2018
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
LUZIANIA, Brazil
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia Airport, on the BR-040 highway in Luziania, May 30, 2018, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX66VJZ
May 30, 2018
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
LUZIANIA, Brazil
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia Airport, on the BR-040 highway in Luziania, May 30, 2018, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-TRANSPORTATION/
RTX66VJY
May 30, 2018
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
LUZIANIA, Brazil
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International...
Army officers escort trucks transporting cooking gas and aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia Airport, on the BR-040 highway in Luziania, May 30, 2018, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-TRANSPORT/
RTX66L26
May 28, 2018
Army officers escort trucks transporting aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia...
Brasilia, Brazil
Army officers escort trucks transporting aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia...
Army officers escort trucks transporting aviation gasoline to fuel airplanes at International Brasilia Airport, on the BR-040 highway in Brasilia, Brazil May 28, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
MYANMAR-BUSINESS/
RTS15E2T
May 06, 2017
Security guards stand near a tanker carrying aviation fuel during the opening ceremony of Puma Energy...
Yangon, Myanmar
Security guards stand near a tanker carrying aviation fuel during the opening ceremony of Puma Energy...
Security guards stand near a tanker carrying aviation fuel during the opening ceremony of Puma Energy fuel storage facility at Myanmar International Terminal Thilawa outside Yangon, Myanmar May 6, 2017. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
SWISS-SOLAR/
RTSSSME
November 22, 2016
Swiss aviators Andre Borschberg (R) and Bertrand Piccard talk to guests and media as the Solar Impulse...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
Swiss aviators Borschberg and Piccard talk to guests and media as the Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is being...
Swiss aviators Andre Borschberg (R) and Bertrand Piccard talk to guests and media as the Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is being unloaded from a cargo aircraft in Duebendorf near Zurich, Switzerland, November 22, 2016. Solar Impulse plane completed a round the world flight without fuel in July 2016 in Abu Dhabi. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-SOLAR/
RTSSSLK
November 22, 2016
Swiss aviators Andre Borschberg (R) and Bertrand Piccard talk to guests and media as the Solar Impulse...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
Swiss aviators Borschberg and Piccard talk to guests and media as the Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is being...
Swiss aviators Andre Borschberg (R) and Bertrand Piccard talk to guests and media as the Solar Impulse 2 aircraft is being onloaded from a cargo aircraft in Duebendorf near Zurich, Switzerland, November 22, 2016. Solar Impulse plane completed a round the world flight without fuel in July 2016 in Abu Dhabi. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-SOLAR/
RTSSSAV
November 22, 2016
Swiss aviators Andre Borschberg (R) and Bertrand Piccard pose as the Cargolux Boeing 747 cargo aircraft...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
wiss aviators Borschberg and Piccard pose as the Cargolux Boeing 747 cargo aircraft carrying the Solar...
Swiss aviators Andre Borschberg (R) and Bertrand Piccard pose as the Cargolux Boeing 747 cargo aircraft carrying the Solar Impulse 2 aircraft landed in Duebendorf near Zurich, Switzerland, November 22, 2016. Solar Impulse plane completed a round the world flight without fuel in July 2016 in Abu Dhabi. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-SOLAR/
RTSSS82
November 22, 2016
Swiss aviators Andre Borschberg (R) and Bertrand Piccard celebrate as the Cargolux Boeing 747 cargo aircraft...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
wiss aviators Borschberg and Piccard celebrate as the Cargolux Boeing 747 cargo aircraft carrying the...
Swiss aviators Andre Borschberg (R) and Bertrand Piccard celebrate as the Cargolux Boeing 747 cargo aircraft carrying the Solar Impulse 2 aircraft landed in Duebendorf near Zurich, Switzerland, November 22, 2016. Solar Impulse plane completed a round the world flight without fuel in July 2016 in Abu Dhabi. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SWISS-SOLAR/
RTSSS5B
November 22, 2016
Swiss aviator Bertrand Piccard speaks with guests before the arrival of the Solar Impulse 2 aircraft...
Duebendorf, Switzerland
wiss aviator Piccard speaks with guests before the arrival of the Solar Impulse 2 aircraft for its return...
Swiss aviator Bertrand Piccard speaks with guests before the arrival of the Solar Impulse 2 aircraft for its return to where it was built in Duebendorf near Zurich, Switzerland, November 22, 2016. Solar Impulse plane completed a round the world flight without fuel in July 2016 in Abu Dhabi. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
USA-MILITARY/
RTX2J5I1
July 01, 2016
A United States Air Force F-35A receives fuel from a KC-10 refueling tanker while flying over the Atlantic...
Atlantic Ocean, UNITED STATES
A United States Air Force F-35A receives fuel from a KC-10 refueling tanker while flying over the Atlantic...
A United States Air Force F-35A receives fuel from a KC-10 refueling tanker while flying over the Atlantic Ocean, June 30, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ASIA-JETFUEL/DEMAND
RTX2AKY7
April 19, 2016
A technician attaches a jet fuel supply pipe to an outlet in the tarmac at Changi airport in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
File photo of a technician attaching a jet fuel supply pipe to outlet in tarmac at Changi airport in...
A technician attaches a jet fuel supply pipe to an outlet in the tarmac at Changi airport in Singapore in this May 7, 2008 file photo. Asian skies are getting busier and the impact is set to be felt in the jet fuel market as brisk demand for air travel, due to rising incomes and more flights, cuts the region's aviation fuel surplus in 2017 by the most in at least five years. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash/Files
ASIA-JETFUEL/DEMAND
RTX2AKXR
April 19, 2016
A Japan Airlines airplane flies past a factory's chimney at an industrial district in Tokyo in this January...
Tokyo, Japan
File photo of a Japan Airlines airplane flying past a factory's chimney at an industrial district in...
A Japan Airlines airplane flies past a factory's chimney at an industrial district in Tokyo in this January 19, 2010 file photo. Asian skies are getting busier and the impact is set to be felt in the jet fuel market as brisk demand for air travel, due to rising incomes and more flights, cuts the region's aviation fuel surplus in 2017 by the most in at least five years. REUTERS/Toru Hanai/Files
OIL-GASPRICES/
RTS98PW
March 04, 2016
BP gas station signage is seen as a passenger plane makes its final landing approach to Heathrow Airport...
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: Fuel prices around the world
BP gas station signage is seen as a passenger plane makes its final landing approach to Heathrow Airport in west London, Britain January 30, 2016. Unleaded petrol is priced at 101.9 pence ($1.44) per litre. A dramatic drop in oil prices, driven down by a glut in supply, is translating into a mixed bag for motorists. All countries have access to the same oil prices on international markets, but retail prices vary wildly, largely because of taxes and subsidies. REUTERS/Toby Melville SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/OIL
RTS95IE
March 03, 2016
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded)...
London, United Kingdom
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded)...
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded) is seen at a BP fuel station as a passenger plane makes it's final landing approach to Heathrow Airport in west London, Britain January 30, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/OIL
RTS95I6
March 03, 2016
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded)...
London, United Kingdom
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded)...
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded) is seen at a BP fuel station as a passenger plane makes it's final landing approach to Heathrow Airport in west London, Britain January 30, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/OIL
RTS95I5
March 03, 2016
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded)...
London, United Kingdom
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded)...
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded) is seen at a BP fuel station as a passenger plane makes it's final landing approach to Heathrow Airport in west London, Britain January 30, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
BRITAIN-ECONOMY/OIL
RTS95I0
March 03, 2016
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded)...
London, United Kingdom
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded)...
The UK £ sterling price per litre of different blends of refined petrol (US $ 1.45 per litre unleaded) is seen at a BP fuel station as a passenger plane makes it's final landing approach to Heathrow Airport in west London, Britain January 30, 2016. REUTERS/Toby Melville
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ6N
September 02, 2015
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QQ2B
September 02, 2015
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France,...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan
Jet fuel tanks for Rafale jet fighters are pictured at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-RAFALE/
RTX1QPXW
September 02, 2015
French soldiers prepare a jet fuel tank for a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern...
MONT-DE-MARSAN, France
French soldiers prepare a jet fuel tank for a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan
French soldiers prepare a jet fuel tank for a Rafale jet fighter at the air base in Mont de Marsan, southwestern France, August 31, 2015. For decades a symbol of fruitless endeavours to sell French fighter jets abroad, the Mont-de-Marsan pilot training centre in southwestern France opened its doors this summer to a large contingent of will-be Rafale pilots from Egypt - testimony to a long-awaited commercial breakthrough in which big sales contracts have been signed with Cairo, Doha and several others buyers whose multi-billion-euro deals include cockpit schooling. Red carpet treatment for first foreign visitors includes a 'rest room Egypt' relaxation space on the ground floor of the premises and upstairs photos of the Egyptian pilots proudly lined up in front of the latest-generation jets they will soon take command of. Picture taken August 31, 2015. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
NIGERIA-MTN-GROUP/
RTX1EHR0
May 25, 2015
A man walks in front of an advertisement billboard of MTN phone company in Abuja, Nigeria May 25, 2015....
Abuja, Nigeria
Man walks in front of an advertisement billboard of MTN phone company in Abuja, Nigeria
A man walks in front of an advertisement billboard of MTN phone company in Abuja, Nigeria May 25, 2015. Chronic fuel shortages in Nigeria brought phone firms, banks and flights to a standstill on Monday, just four days before Muhammadu Buhari's inauguration as president of Africa's biggest economy and top oil exporter. Besides airlines, which could not obtain aviation fuel, phone companies such MTN and domestic banks ground to a halt because the private generators that produce most of Nigeria's electricity ran out of fuel. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DP5U
May 19, 2015
A pigeon sits on soybeans while a Chinese ship is loaded at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier...
Santos, Brazil
A pigeon sits on soybeans while a Chinese ship is loaded at Port of Santos
A pigeon sits on soybeans while a Chinese ship is loaded at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DP43
May 19, 2015
A Chinese ship is anchored at Port of Santos while being loaded with soybeans in Santos May 19, 2015....
Santos, Brazil
A Chinese ship is anchored at Port of Santos while being loaded with soybeans in Santos
A Chinese ship is anchored at Port of Santos while being loaded with soybeans in Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DP3J
May 19, 2015
Trucks loaded with soybeans line up at Port of Santos in Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang...
Santos, Brazil
Trucks loaded with soybeans line up at Port of Santos in Santos
Trucks loaded with soybeans line up at Port of Santos in Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DOWS
May 19, 2015
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came...
Santos, Brazil
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DOWP
May 19, 2015
A truck driver prepares his truck for unloading soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier...
Santos, Brazil
A truck driver prepares his truck for unloading soybeans at Port of Santos
A truck driver prepares his truck for unloading soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DOWL
May 19, 2015
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came...
Santos, Brazil
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DOWH
May 19, 2015
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came...
Santos, Brazil
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DOWG
May 19, 2015
A train loaded loaded with soybeans take its way at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang...
Santos, Brazil
A train loaded loaded with soybeans take its way at Port of Santos
A train loaded loaded with soybeans take its way at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DOV8
May 19, 2015
A Chinese sailor adjusts the ship's access ladder while it is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos...
Santos, Brazil
A Chinese sailor adjusts the ship's access ladder while it is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos...
A Chinese sailor adjusts the ship's access ladder while it is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos in Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DOV5
May 19, 2015
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came...
Santos, Brazil
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DOV1
May 19, 2015
A Chinese ship is anchored at Port of Santos while being loaded with soybeans in Santos May 19, 2015....
Santos, Brazil
A Chinese ship is anchored at Port of Santos
A Chinese ship is anchored at Port of Santos while being loaded with soybeans in Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DOPQ
May 19, 2015
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came...
Santos, Brazil
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CHINA-BRAZIL/
RTX1DOPP
May 19, 2015
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came...
Santos, Brazil
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos
A Chinese ship is loaded with soybeans at Port of Santos May 19, 2015. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang came to the rescue of Brazil's slumping economy on Tuesday with trade, finance and investment deals worth tens of billions of dollars in energy, mining, aviation and the upgrade of dilapidated infrastructure. The injection of capital from China could not come at a better time for Brazil, which is sliding into recession following the end of a commodity boom last decade that was fueled by voracious Chinese demand for its main exports, iron ore and soybeans. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
KENYA-DAILY
RTR4GXHE
December 06, 2014
Men refuel an airplane in town of Mandera at the Kenya-Somalia border December 6, 2014. REUTERS/Goran...
Mandera, Kenya
Men refuel an airplane in town of Mandera at the Kenya-Somalia border
Men refuel an airplane in town of Mandera at the Kenya-Somalia border December 6, 2014. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT)
OWBUNKER-FRAUD/
RTR4D7E1
November 07, 2014
A logo of Dynamic Oil Trading is pictured outside their office premises in Singapore November 7, 2014....
Singapore, Singapore
Logo of Dynamic Oil Trading in Singapore
A logo of Dynamic Oil Trading is pictured outside their office premises in Singapore November 7, 2014. Traders and shipping companies scrambled to source fuel and take over supply contracts on Friday after Danish marine fuel supplier OW Bunker said a suspected fraud at its Singapore subsidiary had pushed it to the brink of bankruptcy. The alleged fraud at Singapore-based Dynamic Oil Trading is potentially one of the biggest financial market scandals to hit the city state since 2004, when China Aviation Oil (Singapore) ran up oil futures losses of $550 million. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
AIR-SHOW/
RTX10UR0
June 20, 2013
A representative from European helicopter maker AgustaWestland presents Project Zero, the world's first...
Le Bourget, France
A representative from European helicopter maker AgustaWestland presents Project Zero at the Le Bourget...
A representative from European helicopter maker AgustaWestland presents Project Zero, the world's first electric tilt-rotor aircraft, at the Le Bourget airport near Paris, June 20, 2013. The Paris Air Show runs from June 17 to 23. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
MALI-REBELS/
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January 15, 2013
A French soldier refuels an Armoured Personnel Carrier at a Malian air base in Bamako January 15, 2013....
Bamako, Mali
A French soldier refuels an Armoured Personnel Carrier at a Malian air base in Bamako
A French soldier refuels an Armoured Personnel Carrier at a Malian air base in Bamako January 15, 2013. The French army sent some 50 armoured vehicles to Mali from their military base in Ivory Coast, which arrived late Monday night. France hit Islamist rebels in Mali with fresh air strikes and deployed armoured cars on Tuesday, stepping up its intervention in the West African state as regional allies struggled to accelerate their plans to send in troops. REUTERS/Joe Penney (MALI - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT)
US-CALIFORNIA-GASOLINE
RTR38XFV
October 08, 2012
Consumers purchase gasoline at a gas station as a plane approaches to land at the airport in San Diego,...
San Diego, UNITED STATES
Consumers purchase gasoline at a gas station as a plane approaches to land at the airport in San Diego...
Consumers purchase gasoline at a gas station as a plane approaches to land at the airport in San Diego, California October 8, 2012. California gasoline prices have hit record highs, selling as high as $5 a gallon in some locations, because of refinery and pipeline shutdowns with some retail stations running out of supply.
REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: TRANSPORT ENERGY POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTR2ZBGM
March 14, 2012
A worker fills an Airbus with aviation fuel on the airfield at the airport Fuhlsbuettel in Hamburg, March...
Hamburg, Germany
A worker fills an Airbus with aviation fuel on the airfield at the airport Fuhlsbuettel in Hamburg.
A worker fills an Airbus with aviation fuel on the airfield at the airport Fuhlsbuettel in Hamburg, March 14, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
GERMANY/
RTR2ZBGI
March 14, 2012
A worker fills an Airbus with aviation fuel on the airfield at the airport Fuhlsbuettel in Hamburg, March...
Hamburg, Germany
A worker fills an Airbus with aviation fuel on the airfield at the airport Fuhlsbuettel in Hamburg.
A worker fills an Airbus with aviation fuel on the airfield at the airport Fuhlsbuettel in Hamburg, March 14, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: TRANSPORT)
ISRAEL/AIRPORT
RTR2M12A
May 05, 2011
Passengers queue for security checks near information boards at the Ben Gurion International Airport...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Passengers queue for security checks near information boards at the Ben Gurion International Airport...
Passengers queue for security checks near information boards at the Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv May 5, 2011. Israel halted most departures from its international airport on Thursday after routine checks found aviation fuel supplies were contaminated, an airport spokesman said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: TRANSPORT)
ISRAEL/AIRPORT
RTR2M11S
May 05, 2011
Passengers wait for their flights in front of information boards at the Ben Gurion International Airport...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Passengers wait for their flights in front of information boards at the Ben Gurion International Airport...
Passengers wait for their flights in front of information boards at the Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv May 5, 2011. Israel halted most departures from it's international airport on Thursday after routine checks found aviation fuel supplies were contaminated, an airport spokesman said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: TRANSPORT)
ISRAEL/AIRPORT
RTR2M11J
May 05, 2011
Passengers queue for security checks in front of information boards at the Ben Gurion International Airport...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Passengers queue for security checks in front of information boards at the Ben Gurion International Airport...
Passengers queue for security checks in front of information boards at the Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv May 5, 2011. Israel halted most departures from it's international airport on Thursday after routine checks found aviation fuel supplies were contaminated, an airport spokesman said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: TRANSPORT)
ISRAEL/AIRPORT
RTR2M118
May 05, 2011
Children wait at the Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv May 5, 2011. Israel halted most departures...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Children wait at the Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv
Children wait at the Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv May 5, 2011. Israel halted most departures from its international airport on Thursday after routine checks found aviation fuel supplies were contaminated, an airport spokesman said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: TRANSPORT)
ISRAEL/AIRPORT
RTR2M0XF
May 05, 2011
People stand underneath an information board at the Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv May...
Tel Aviv, Israel
People stand underneath an information board at the Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv
People stand underneath an information board at the Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv May 5, 2011. Israel halted most departures from its international airport on Thursday after routine checks found aviation fuel supplies were contaminated, an airport spokesman said. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: TRANSPORT SOCIETY)
DOMINICAN/
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April 26, 2011
Cars pass a local gas station in Santo Domingo April 25, 2011. The Dominican Republic has increased the...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Cars pass a local gas station in Santo Domingo
Cars pass a local gas station in Santo Domingo April 25, 2011. The Dominican Republic has increased the prices of premium gasoline, regular gasoline, diesel and Avtur (aviation turbine fuel) on average at least 25% over the first four months of 2011, local media reported. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags : - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
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