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GLOBAL-PETROLEUM/
RTS20HF4
September 07, 2018
A rusted fuel pump is pictured at an old abandoned fuelling station in Damazan, France, September 7,...
DAMAZAN, France
A rusted fuel pump is pictured at an old abandoned fuelling station in Damazan
A rusted fuel pump is pictured at an old abandoned fuelling station in Damazan, France, September 7, 2018. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
VALEO-RESULTS/
RTX1LXKF
July 27, 2015
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Jacques Aschenbroich speaks during the company's First-Half...
Paris, France
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Aschenbroich speaks during the company's First-Half...
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Jacques Aschenbroich speaks during the company's First-Half 2015 results presentation in Paris, France, July 27, 2015. French car parts maker Valeo beat sales expectations and posted a record order intake for the first half on stronger demand for fuel-saving and driving-assistance technologies, the company said on Monday. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
VALEO-RESULTS/
RTX1LXJW
July 27, 2015
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Jacques Aschenbroich poses before the company's First-Half...
Paris, France
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Aschenbroich poses before the company's First-Half...
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Jacques Aschenbroich poses before the company's First-Half 2015 results presentation in Paris, France, July 27, 2015. French car parts maker Valeo beat sales expectations and posted a record order intake for the first half on stronger demand for fuel-saving and driving-assistance technologies, the company said on Monday. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
VALEO-RESULTS/
RTX1LXJV
July 27, 2015
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Jacques Aschenbroich speaks during the company's First-Half...
Paris, France
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Aschenbroich speaks during the company's First-Half...
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Jacques Aschenbroich speaks during the company's First-Half 2015 results presentation in Paris, France, July 27, 2015. French car parts maker Valeo beat sales expectations and posted a record order intake for the first half on stronger demand for fuel-saving and driving-assistance technologies, the company said on Monday. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
VALEO-RESULTS/
RTX1LXJS
July 27, 2015
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Jacques Aschenbroich poses before the company's First-Half...
Paris, France
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Aschenbroich poses before the company's First-Half...
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Jacques Aschenbroich poses before the company's First-Half 2015 results presentation in Paris, France, July 27, 2015. French car parts maker Valeo beat sales expectations and posted a record order intake for the first half on stronger demand for fuel-saving and driving-assistance technologies, the company said on Monday. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
VALEO-RESULTS/
RTX1LXJ5
July 27, 2015
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Jacques Aschenbroich poses before the company's First-Half...
Paris, France
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Aschenbroich poses before the company's First-Half...
Chief Executive Officer of auto parts maker Valeo Jacques Aschenbroich poses before the company's First-Half 2015 results presentation in Paris, France, July 27, 2015. French car parts maker Valeo beat sales expectations and posted a record order intake for the first half on stronger demand for fuel-saving and driving-assistance technologies, the company said on Monday. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe
USA-WILDFIRES/CALIFORNIA
RTR47AIG
September 22, 2014
Tahoe National Forest water tender Chris Low (C) clears debris out of a clogged intake as they pump water...
French Meadows Reservoir, UNITED STATES
Chris Low clears debris out of a clogged intake as they pump water out of the already-low French Meadows...
Tahoe National Forest water tender Chris Low (C) clears debris out of a clogged intake as they pump water out of the already-low French Meadows Reservoir to battle the King Fire, September 22, 2014. Crews fighting the California wildfire that has destroyed 10 homes and charred 28 square miles of forest land have made progress, but officials said on Monday the return of high temperatures and low humidity could fuel a new flare-up. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-WILDFIRES/CALIFORNIA
RTR47AI4
September 22, 2014
Tahoe National Forest water tender Chris Low clears debris out of a clogged intake as they pump water...
French Meadows Reservoir, UNITED STATES
Chris Low clears debris out of a clogged intake as they pump water out of the already-low French Meadows...
Tahoe National Forest water tender Chris Low clears debris out of a clogged intake as they pump water out of the already-low French Meadows Reservoir to battle the King Fire, September 22, 2014. Crews fighting the California wildfire that has destroyed 10 homes and charred 28 square miles of forest land have made progress, but officials said on Monday the return of high temperatures and low humidity could fuel a new flare-up. REUTERS/Max Whittaker (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/FUEL-SUBSIDIES
RTXYQHF
April 18, 2013
A worker fills a tank with subsidized fuel at a fuel station in Jakarta April 18, 2013. One proposal...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker fills a tank with subsidized fuel at a fuel station in Jakarta
A worker fills a tank with subsidized fuel at a fuel station in Jakarta April 18, 2013. One proposal Indonesia is considering to make car owners pay more for their petrol would save only 11 percent of the roughly $20 billion the state has budgeted this year for fuel subsidies, the energy minister said Tuesday. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY POLITICS)
FRANCE/
RTR1ZYE1
April 27, 2008
A man fuels up his car at a gas station in Bordeaux, southwestern France, April 27, 2008. European diesel...
Bordeaux, France
A man fuels up his car at a gas station in Bordeaux
A man fuels up his car at a gas station in Bordeaux, southwestern France, April 27, 2008. European diesel prices have shot up in the last week on worries about a fuel shortage because of the Grangemouth strike. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1ZYDC
April 27, 2008
The nozzle of a gas pump is shown in this illustration at a gas station in Bordeaux, southwestern France,...
Bordeaux, France
The nozzle of a gas pump is shown in this illustration at a gas station in Bordeaux
The nozzle of a gas pump is shown in this illustration at a gas station in Bordeaux, southwestern France, April 27, 2008. European diesel prices have shot up in the last week on worries about a fuel shortage because of the Grangemouth strike. Picture taken through a lens hood. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau (FRANCE)
MARKETS-OIL/
RTR1ZSCQ
April 23, 2008
A worker fills up a taxi's fuel tank at a gas station in Taipei April 23, 2008. Oil held above $118 on...
Taipei, Taiwan
Worker fills up taxi's fuel tank at gas station in Taipei
A worker fills up a taxi's fuel tank at a gas station in Taipei April 23, 2008. Oil held above $118 on Wednesday but stayed on the boil due to a weakening dollar, supply disruptions in Nigeria and fears that a refinery strike in Scotland could hit production in the North Sea. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1VV6F
January 16, 2008
Biofuel is seen from a petrol nozzle at a petrol station in Tokyo January 16, 2008. Japan plans to promote...
Tokyo, Japan
Biofuel is seen from a petrol nozzle at a petrol station in Tokyo
Biofuel is seen from a petrol nozzle at a petrol station in Tokyo January 16, 2008. Japan plans to promote local projects to produce a low-emissions ethanol from non-food plant parts such as rice stems from April, a government official in charge of the country's biomass policy said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
POPE
RTXNCCZ
March 30, 2005
Pope John Paul II grimaces as he appears at the window of his private apartments at the Vatican March...
Vatican City, Vatican
Pope John Paul II grimaces as he appears at the window of his private apartments at the Vatican Marc.....
Pope John Paul II grimaces as he appears at the window of his private apartments at the Vatican March 30, 2005. ThePope failed in his efforts to talk in public on Wednesday for the second time in four days, again fueling widespread concern about his ability to recover from recent throat surgery. [In a statement Vatican spokesman Joaquin Navarro-Valls said Pope John Paul is being fed through a nasal tube in an effort to boost his calory intake and help his slow, progressive recovery from throat surgery. ]
POPE
RTR6GZF
March 30, 2005
Pope John Paul II grimaces as he appears at the window of his private apartments at the Vatican March...
Vatican City, Vatican
Pope John Paul II grimaces as he appears at the window of his private apartments at the Vatican.
Pope John Paul II grimaces as he appears at the window of his private apartments at the Vatican March 30, 2005. ThePope failed in his efforts to talk in public on Wednesday for the second time in four days, again fueling widespread concern about his ability to recover from recent throat surgery. In a statement Vatican spokesman Joaquin Navarro-Valls said Pope John Paul is being fed through a nasal tube in an effort to boost his calory intake and help his slow, progressive recovery from throat surgery. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi AB/AA
JAPAN
RTRDFIZ
October 07, 2004
Mazda Motor Corporation's prototype RX-8 Hydrogen RE car is shown to reporters for a test drive in Yokohama,...
Yokohama, Japan
Mazda Motor's prototype RX-8 Hydrogen RE car is shown for test drive in Yokohama, Japan.
Mazda Motor Corporation's prototype RX-8 Hydrogen RE car is shown to reporters for a test drive in Yokohama, south of Tokyo October 7, 2004. The technological concept vehicle powered by Mazda's RENESIS hydrogen rotary engine, currently undergoing running tests, uses direct hydrogen injection into the intake chambers, and features a dual-fuel system allowing one-touch switching between either hydrogen or gasoline. Picture taken October 7. REUTERS/Akio Suga ES/FA
JAPAN
RTRDFIP
October 07, 2004
Reporters test-drive Mazda Motor Corporation's prototype RX-8 Hydrogen RE car in Yokohama, south of Tokyo,...
Yokohama, Japan
Reporters test-drive Mazda Motor's prototype RX-8 Hydrogen RE car in Yokohama, Japan.
Reporters test-drive Mazda Motor Corporation's prototype RX-8 Hydrogen RE car in Yokohama, south of Tokyo, October 7, 2004. The technological concept vehicle powered by Mazda's RENESIS hydrogen rotary engine, currently undergoing running tests, uses direct hydrogen injection into the intake chambers, and features a dual-fuel system allowing one-touch switching between either hydrogen or gasoline. Picture taken October 7. REUTERS/Akio Suga PP05080103 ES/FA
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