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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
RTXFYXWL 
August 21, 2021 
A compressed gas tank is shown at Orlando Regional Medical Center after the mayor of Orlando asked the... 
Orlando, UNITED STATES 
Orlando mayor asks the community to conserve water 
A compressed gas tank is shown at Orlando Regional Medical Center after the mayor of Orlando asked the community to conserve water due to a large amount of liquid oxygen, used in water treatment plants, being diverted to treat coronavirus disease (COVID-19) patients instead, in Orlando, Florida, U.S. August 21, 2021. REUTERS/Joe Skipper 
RUSSIA-OIL/IRKUTSKOILCOMPANY
RTX6RWYX 
April 16, 2019 
An employee holds a bulb with diesel at the laboratory of an oil and gas treatment plant in the Yarakta... 
Yarakta Oil Field, Russia 
An employee holds a bulb with diesel at a laboratory in the Irkutsk Oil Company-owned Yarakta Oil Field... 
An employee holds a bulb with diesel at the laboratory of an oil and gas treatment plant in the Yarakta Oil Field, owned by Irkutsk Oil Company (INK), in Irkutsk Region, Russia March 10, 2019. Picture taken March 10, 2019. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko 
RUSSIA-OIL/IRKUTSKOILCOMPANY
RTX6RWWN 
April 16, 2019 
An employee works at an oil and gas treatment plant in the Yarakta Oil Field, owned by Irkutsk Oil Company... 
Yarakta Oil Field, Russia 
An employee works at an oil and gas treatment plant in the Irkutsk Oil Company-owned Yarakta Oil Field... 
An employee works at an oil and gas treatment plant in the Yarakta Oil Field, owned by Irkutsk Oil Company (INK), in Irkutsk Region, Russia March 10, 2019. Picture taken March 10, 2019. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-DAMASCUS
RTS11OEW 
March 06, 2017 
Signs are seen at the Hayan gas factory and treatment plant in Homs province, Syria, March 4, 2017. Picture... 
Homs, Syria 
Signs are seen at the Hayan gas factory and treatment plant in Homs province 
Signs are seen at the Hayan gas factory and treatment plant in Homs province, Syria, March 4, 2017. Picture taken March 4, 2017. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-DAMASCUS
RTS11OER 
March 06, 2017 
A view shows the Hayan gas factory and treatment plant in Homs province, Syria, March 4, 2017. Picture... 
Homs, Syria 
A view shows the Hayan gas factory and treatment plant in Homs province 
A view shows the Hayan gas factory and treatment plant in Homs province, Syria, March 4, 2017. Picture taken March 4, 2017. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki 
ALGERIA-ENERGY/
RTSFPPQ 
May 24, 2016 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant, south of Algiers, December 14, 2008. REUTERS/Zohra... 
Krechba, Algeria 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant, south of Algiers, December 14, 2008. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/File Photo 
ALGERIA-ENERGY/
RTSDGYA 
April 04, 2016 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant, south of Algiers, in this December 14, 2008 file... 
Krechba, Algeria 
File photo of a technician standing at the Krechba gas treatment plant 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant, south of Algiers, in this December 14, 2008 file photo. Algeria's energy export volumes stagnated in 2015, held back by lower output and a rise in domestic consumption, official data seen by Reuters showed. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra/Files
VENEZUELA-PDVSA/OPEC
RTX19FEI 
April 20, 2015 
A flame burning natural gas is seen at an heavy-crude treatment plant operated by Venezuela's state oil... 
CABRUTICA, Venezuela 
A flame burning natural gas is seen at an heavy-crude treatment plant operated by Venezuela's state oil... 
A flame burning natural gas is seen at an heavy-crude treatment plant operated by Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA, in the oil rich Orinoco belt, near Cabrutica at the state of Anzoategui April 16, 2015. Venezuela has launched talks this month on a novel plan to blend the country's heavy crude with light oil from other OPEC allies, seeking to create a new variety that can compete against swelling U.S. and Canadian supplies. The proposal, which would expand on a pilot scheme involving Algerian oil last year, envisions supplying refineries built for medium-grade crudes rather than the light oil that has become plentiful as a result of the North American shale boom, said the head of state oil company PDVSA, Eulogio del Pino. Picture taken on April 16, 2015. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins 
USA-ENVIRONMENT/TANKS
RTX18IE0 
February 10, 2014 
Contaminated soil from excavated underground petroleum storage tank sites is being processed and cleaned... 
Concord, UNITED STATES 
Contaminated soil from excavated underground petroleum storage tank sites is being processed and cleaned... 
Contaminated soil from excavated underground petroleum storage tank sites is being processed and cleaned at a processing plant in Concord, New Hampshire October 25, 2013. New Hampshire pays for hundreds of tons of dirt to be trucked away from the polluted gas stations and properties to the treatment facility where the fuel is burned off in a sealed incinerator. The dirt, once free of the contaminants, can then be reused to build golf courses or for other construction jobs. To match Exclusive USA-ENVIRONMENT/TANKS Picture taken on October 25, 2013. REUTERS/Mica Rosenberg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY) 
USA-ENVIRONMENT/TANKS
RTX18IDX 
February 10, 2014 
Contaminated soil from excavated underground petroleum storage tank sites is being processed and cleaned... 
Concord, UNITED STATES 
Contaminated soil from excavated underground petroleum storage tank sites is being processed and cleaned... 
Contaminated soil from excavated underground petroleum storage tank sites is being processed and cleaned at a processing plant in Concord, New Hampshire October 25, 2013. New Hampshire pays for hundreds of tons of dirt to be trucked away from the polluted gas stations and properties to the treatment facility where the fuel is burned off in a sealed incinerator. The dirt, once free of the contaminants, can then be reused to build golf courses or for other construction jobs. To match Exclusive USA-ENVIRONMENT/TANKS Picture taken on October 25, 2013. REUTERS/Mica Rosenberg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY) 
USA-ENVIRONMENT/TANKS
RTX18IDU 
February 10, 2014 
Contaminated soil from excavated underground petroleum storage tank sites is being processed and cleaned... 
Concord, UNITED STATES 
Contaminated soil from excavated underground petroleum storage tank sites is being processed and cleaned... 
Contaminated soil from excavated underground petroleum storage tank sites is being processed and cleaned at a processing plant in Concord, New Hampshire October 25, 2013. New Hampshire pays for hundreds of tons of dirt to be trucked away from the polluted gas stations and properties to the treatment facility where the fuel is burned off in a sealed incinerator. The dirt, once free of the contaminants, can then be reused to build golf courses or for other construction jobs. To match Exclusive USA-ENVIRONMENT/TANKS Picture taken on October 25, 2013. REUTERS/Mica Rosenberg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY) 
SPAIN-BIOENERGY/
RTX1119R 
June 26, 2013 
Algae colonies are pictured with a digital camera through a microscope after being collected from a tank... 
CHICLANA DE LA FRONTERA, Spain 
Algae colonies are pictured with a digital camera through a microscope after being collected from a tank... 
Algae colonies are pictured with a digital camera through a microscope after being collected from a tank at a waste-water treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, near Cadiz, southern Spain June 6, 2013. The Spanish resort town with sprawling golf courses and tree-lined beaches has added another green site to its attractions: the world's first plant to convert sewage into clean energy. The facility in Chiclana de la Frontera on the southwest tip of Spain uses wastewater and sunlight to produce algae-based biofuel as part of a 12 million euro project to pursue alternative energies and reduce reliance on foreign oil. While industries such as breweries or paper mills have produced biogas from wastewater for their own energy needs, All-gas is the first to grow algae from sewage in a systematic way to produce a net export of bioenergy, including vehicle biofuel. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SPAIN-BIOENERGY/
RTX1119Q 
June 26, 2013 
Algae colonies are pictured with a digital camera through a microscope after being collected from a tank... 
CHICLANA DE LA FRONTERA, Spain 
Algae colonies are pictured with a digital camera through a microscope after being collected from a tank... 
Algae colonies are pictured with a digital camera through a microscope after being collected from a tank at a waste-water treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, near Cadiz, southern Spain June 6, 2013. The Spanish resort town with sprawling golf courses and tree-lined beaches has added another green site to its attractions: the world's first plant to convert sewage into clean energy. The facility in Chiclana de la Frontera on the southwest tip of Spain uses wastewater and sunlight to produce algae-based biofuel as part of a 12 million euro project to pursue alternative energies and reduce reliance on foreign oil. While industries such as breweries or paper mills have produced biogas from wastewater for their own energy needs, All-gas is the first to grow algae from sewage in a systematic way to produce a net export of bioenergy, including vehicle biofuel. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SPAIN-BIOENERGY/
RTX1119P 
June 26, 2013 
Algae colonies are pictured with a digital camera through a microscope after being collected from a tank... 
CHICLANA DE LA FRONTERA, Spain 
Algae colonies are pictured with a digital camera through a microscope after being collected from a tank... 
Algae colonies are pictured with a digital camera through a microscope after being collected from a tank at a waste-water treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, near Cadiz, southern Spain June 6, 2013. The Spanish resort town with sprawling golf courses and tree-lined beaches has added another green site to its attractions: the world's first plant to convert sewage into clean energy. The facility in Chiclana de la Frontera on the southwest tip of Spain uses wastewater and sunlight to produce algae-based biofuel as part of a 12 million euro project to pursue alternative energies and reduce reliance on foreign oil. While industries such as breweries or paper mills have produced biogas from wastewater for their own energy needs, All-gas is the first to grow algae from sewage in a systematic way to produce a net export of bioenergy, including vehicle biofuel. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SPAIN-BIOENERGY/
RTX1119O 
June 26, 2013 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Miled Morad, 33, shows a container with a water sample collected... 
CHICLANA DE LA FRONTERA, Spain 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Morad shows a container with a water sample collected from a tank... 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Miled Morad, 33, shows a container with a water sample collected from a tank to see it under a microscope at a waste-water treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, near Cadiz, southern Spain June 6, 2013. The Spanish resort town with sprawling golf courses and tree-lined beaches has added another green site to its attractions: the world's first plant to convert sewage into clean energy. The facility in Chiclana de la Frontera on the southwest tip of Spain uses wastewater and sunlight to produce algae-based biofuel as part of a 12 million euro project to pursue alternative energies and reduce reliance on foreign oil. While industries such as breweries or paper mills have produced biogas from wastewater for their own energy needs, All-gas is the first to grow algae from sewage in a systematic way to produce a net export of bioenergy, including vehicle biofuel. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SPAIN-BIOENERGY/
RTX1119N 
June 26, 2013 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Miled Morad, 33, collects a water sample with a container from a... 
CHICLANA DE LA FRONTERA, Spain 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Morad collects a water sample with a container from a tank at a... 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Miled Morad, 33, collects a water sample with a container from a tank to see it under a microscope at a waste-water treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, near Cadiz, southern Spain June 6, 2013. The Spanish resort town with sprawling golf courses and tree-lined beaches has added another green site to its attractions: the world's first plant to convert sewage into clean energy. The facility in Chiclana de la Frontera on the southwest tip of Spain uses wastewater and sunlight to produce algae-based biofuel as part of a 12 million euro project to pursue alternative energies and reduce reliance on foreign oil. While industries such as breweries or paper mills have produced biogas from wastewater for their own energy needs, All-gas is the first to grow algae from sewage in a systematic way to produce a net export of bioenergy, including vehicle biofuel. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SPAIN-BIOENERGY/
RTX1119L 
June 26, 2013 
Aqualia's All-gas project leader and director of innovation and technology Frank Rogalla (back R) points... 
CHICLANA DE LA FRONTERA, Spain 
Aqualia's All-gas project leader and director of innovation and technology Rogalla talks to researchers... 
Aqualia's All-gas project leader and director of innovation and technology Frank Rogalla (back R) points to an informational poster as he talks to researchers at a waste-water treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, near Cadiz, southern Spain June 6, 2013. The Spanish resort town with sprawling golf courses and tree-lined beaches has added another green site to its attractions: the world's first plant to convert sewage into clean energy. The facility in Chiclana de la Frontera on the southwest tip of Spain uses wastewater and sunlight to produce algae-based biofuel as part of a 12 million euro project to pursue alternative energies and reduce reliance on foreign oil. While industries such as breweries or paper mills have produced biogas from wastewater for their own energy needs, All-gas is the first to grow algae from sewage in a systematic way to produce a net export of bioenergy, including vehicle biofuel. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SPAIN-BIOENERGY/
RTX1119J 
June 26, 2013 
Aqualia's All-gas project researchers Mara Laureano (R), 27, and Miled Morad, 33, talk after she collected... 
CHICLANA DE LA FRONTERA, Spain 
Aqualia's All-gas project researchers Laureano and Morad talk after she collected water samples with... 
Aqualia's All-gas project researchers Mara Laureano (R), 27, and Miled Morad, 33, talk after she collected water samples with Imhoff cones from a tank at a waste-water treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, near Cadiz, southern Spain June 6, 2013. The Spanish resort town with sprawling golf courses and tree-lined beaches has added another green site to its attractions: the world's first plant to convert sewage into clean energy. The facility in Chiclana de la Frontera on the southwest tip of Spain uses wastewater and sunlight to produce algae-based biofuel as part of a 12 million euro project to pursue alternative energies and reduce reliance on foreign oil. While industries such as breweries or paper mills have produced biogas from wastewater for their own energy needs, All-gas is the first to grow algae from sewage in a systematic way to produce a net export of bioenergy, including vehicle biofuel. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SPAIN-BIOENERGY/
RTX1119H 
June 26, 2013 
Aqualia's All-gas project researchers Miled Morad (L), 33, and Ignacio de Godos, 30, check the tanks... 
CHICLANA DE LA FRONTERA, Spain 
Aqualia's All-gas project researchers Morad and de Godos check the tanks at a waste-water treatment plant... 
Aqualia's All-gas project researchers Miled Morad (L), 33, and Ignacio de Godos, 30, check the tanks at a waste-water treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, near Cadiz, southern Spain June 6, 2013. The Spanish resort town with sprawling golf courses and tree-lined beaches has added another green site to its attractions: the world's first plant to convert sewage into clean energy. The facility in Chiclana de la Frontera on the southwest tip of Spain uses wastewater and sunlight to produce algae-based biofuel as part of a 12 million euro project to pursue alternative energies and reduce reliance on foreign oil. While industries such as breweries or paper mills have produced biogas from wastewater for their own energy needs, All-gas is the first to grow algae from sewage in a systematic way to produce a net export of bioenergy, including vehicle biofuel. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SPAIN-BIOENERGY/
RTX1119G 
June 26, 2013 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Mara Laureano, 27, collects water samples with Imhoff cones from... 
CHICLANA DE LA FRONTERA, Spain 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Laureano collects water samples with Imhoff cones from a tank at... 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Mara Laureano, 27, collects water samples with Imhoff cones from a tank at a waste-water treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, near Cadiz, southern Spain June 6, 2013. The Spanish resort town with sprawling golf courses and tree-lined beaches has added another green site to its attractions: the world's first plant to convert sewage into clean energy. The facility in Chiclana de la Frontera on the southwest tip of Spain uses wastewater and sunlight to produce algae-based biofuel as part of a 12 million euro project to pursue alternative energies and reduce reliance on foreign oil. While industries such as breweries or paper mills have produced biogas from wastewater for their own energy needs, All-gas is the first to grow algae from sewage in a systematic way to produce a net export of bioenergy, including vehicle biofuel. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
SPAIN-BIOENERGY/
RTX1119F 
June 26, 2013 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Mara Laureano, 27, carries two Imhoff cones with water samples from... 
CHICLANA DE LA FRONTERA, Spain 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Laureano carries two Imhoff cones with water samples from a tank... 
Aqualia's All-gas project researcher Mara Laureano, 27, carries two Imhoff cones with water samples from a tank at a waste-water treatment plant in Chiclana de la Frontera, near Cadiz, southern Spain June 6, 2013. The Spanish resort town with sprawling golf courses and tree-lined beaches has added another green site to its attractions: the world's first plant to convert sewage into clean energy. The facility in Chiclana de la Frontera on the southwest tip of Spain uses wastewater and sunlight to produce algae-based biofuel as part of a 12 million euro project to pursue alternative energies and reduce reliance on foreign oil. While industries such as breweries or paper mills have produced biogas from wastewater for their own energy needs, All-gas is the first to grow algae from sewage in a systematic way to produce a net export of bioenergy, including vehicle biofuel. Picture taken June 6, 2013. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
ARGENTINA-YPF/
RTR30Y0X 
April 19, 2012 
Goose are seen near liquefied gas tanks at the General Belgrano gas processing plant of YPF Gas in San... 
Buenos Aires, Argentina 
Goose are seen near liquefied gas tanks at the General Belgrano gas processing plant of YPF Gas on the... 
Goose are seen near liquefied gas tanks at the General Belgrano gas processing plant of YPF Gas in San Justo, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, April 19, 2012. Argentina has included a Repsol-controlled company called YPF Gas in a government-sponsored bill to nationalize YPF, the country's biggest energy firm, a ruling party senator told Reuters on April 18, 2012. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS ANIMALS) 
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U367 
November 16, 2011 
A worker stands at the edge of an untreated water holding dam at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment... 
Chinchilla, Australia 
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ 
A worker stands at the edge of an untreated water holding dam at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS) 
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U366 
November 16, 2011 
A worker stands near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla,... 
Chinchilla, Australia 
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ 
A worker stands near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS) 
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U365 
November 16, 2011 
Workers stand near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla,... 
Chinchilla, Australia 
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ 
Workers stand near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling.Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS) 
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U364 
November 16, 2011 
A worker stands near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla,... 
Chinchilla, Australia 
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ 
A worker stands near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS) 
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U35J 
November 16, 2011 
A worker gestures near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla,... 
Chinchilla, Australia 
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ 
A worker gestures near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS) 
FLOODING-PLAINS/
RTR2NZ0E 
June 22, 2011 
A crew of city employees ferry a large gas tank across Missouri River flood waters to the city's waste... 
Plattsmouth, UNITED STATES 
City employees ferry a large gas tank across Missouri River flood waters to the city's waste water treatment... 
A crew of city employees ferry a large gas tank across Missouri River flood waters to the city's waste water treatment plant, in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, June 22, 2011. Once there, the fuel will power pumps that remove water from the plant. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
ENTERPRISE-BLAST/
RTXXM8F 
February 08, 2011 
Flames erupt from the Enterprise Products plant after a series of explosions triggered the blaze which... 
Houston, UNITED STATES 
Flames erupt from the Enterprise Products plant which burned out of control at the facility 35 miles... 
Flames erupt from the Enterprise Products plant after a series of explosions triggered the blaze which burned out of control at the facility 35 miles east of downtown Houston in Mont Belvieu, Texas February 8, 2011. Explosions were continuing Tuesday afternoon at the natural gas liquids plant, a county official said. REUTERS/Richard Carson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS DISASTER ENERGY) 
IRAN/
RTXX59M 
January 27, 2011 
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on their ability... 
ASSALOUYEH, Iran 
The SPQ1 gas platform is seen on the southern edge of Iran's South Pars gas field in the Gulf, off Assalouyeh... 
EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters and other foreign media are subject to Iranian restrictions on their ability to film or take pictures in Tehran.

The SPQ1 gas platform is seen on the southern edge of Iran's South Pars gas field in the Gulf, off Assalouyeh, 1,000 km (621 miles) south of Tehran, January 26, 2011. Picture taken January 26. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY) 
DOW/
RTXRBN2 
December 01, 2009 
Seventy-year-old Raisa Bee, who was affected by poison gas when the Union Carbide Corp, now part of Dow... 
Bhopal, India 
A woman affected by poison gas when the Union Carbide Corp pesticide plant in December 1984 developed... 
Seventy-year-old Raisa Bee, who was affected by poison gas when the Union Carbide Corp, now part of Dow Chemical Co., pesticide plant in December 1984 developed a toxic gas leak, waits for her treatment in a clinic in Bhopal December 1, 2009. The toxic gas leak resulted in thousands of people dying in the aftermath, in what is called one of the world's worst industrial disasters. Bhopalis and environmental groups say many more people have been harmed since then by pollutants seeping out of the plant site into ground water, which they contend have caused health problems for nearby residents including cancer, growth retardation and dizziness. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (INDIA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH BUSINESS) 
SYRIA/
RTXQVSF 
November 18, 2009 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (L) tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central... 
Homs, Syria 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central... 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (L) tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central Syria November 18, 2009. The $310 million project, which was completed two months ago, is part of Syria's drive to develop its gas sector as a source of energy. The country's crude oil production declined to 375,000 barrel per day last year from a peak of 590,000 bpd in 1996, according to Wednesday's official report by the Syrian Ministry of Energy. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS) 
SYRIA/
RTXQVSD 
November 18, 2009 
A worker walks past a natural gas treatment plant near the Syrian city of Homs in central Syria November... 
Homs, Syria 
A worker walks past a natural gas treatment plant near the Syrian city of Homs in central Syria 
A worker walks past a natural gas treatment plant near the Syrian city of Homs in central Syria November 18, 2009, which was toured by President Bashar al-Assad . The $310 million project, which was completed two months ago, is part of Syria's drive to develop its gas sector as a source of energy.The country's crude oil production declined to 375,000 barrel per day last year from a peak of 590,000 bpd in 1996, according to Wednesday's official report by the Syrian Ministry of Energy. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS BUSINESS ENERGY) 
SYRIA/
RTXQVSC 
November 18, 2009 
A general view of a a natural gas treatment plant near the Syrian city of Homs in central Syria November... 
Homs, Syria 
A general view of a a natural gas treatment plant near the Syrian city of Homs in central Syria 
A general view of a a natural gas treatment plant near the Syrian city of Homs in central Syria November 18, 2009, which was toured by President Bashar al-Assad. The $310 million project, which was completed two months ago, is part of Syria's drive to develop its gas sector as a source of energy. The country's crude oil production declined to 375,000 barrel per day last year from a peak of 590,000 bpd in 1996, according to Wednesday's official report by the Syrian Ministry of Energy. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS) 
SYRIA/
RTXQVSB 
November 18, 2009 
A workers at a natural gas treatment plant near the Syrian city of Homs in central syria November 18,... 
Homs, Syria 
A workers at a natural gas treatment plant near the Syrian city of Homs in central Syria 
A workers at a natural gas treatment plant near the Syrian city of Homs in central syria November 18, 2009, which was toured by President Bashar al-Assad. The $310 million project, which was completed two months ago, is part of Syria's drive to develop its gas sector as a source of energy. The country's crude oil production declined to 375,000 barrel per day last year from a peak of 590,000 bpd in 1996, according to Wednesday's official report by the Syrian Ministry of Energy. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS) 
SYRIA/
RTXQVSA 
November 18, 2009 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central... 
Homs, Syria 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central... 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central Syria November 18, 2009. The $310 million project, which was completed two months ago, is part of Syria's drive to develop its gas sector as a source of energy. The country's crude oil production declined to 375,000 barrel per day last year from a peak of 590,000 bpd in 1996, according to Wednesday's official report by the Syrian Ministry of Energy. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS) 
SYRIA/
RTXQVS6 
November 18, 2009 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (C) tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central... 
Homs, Syria 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central... 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (C) tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central Syria November 18, 2009. The $310 million project, which was completed two months ago, is part of Syria's drive to develop its gas sector as a source of energy. The country's crude oil production declined to 375,000 barrel per day last year from a peak of 590,000 bpd in 1996, according to Wednesday's official report by the Syrian Ministry of Energy. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS) 
SYRIA/
RTXQVS5 
November 18, 2009 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (C) tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central... 
Homs, Syria 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central... 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (C) tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central Syria November 18, 2009. The $310 million project, which was completed two months ago, is part of Syria's drive to develop its gas sector as a source of energy. The country's crude oil production declined to 375,000 barrel per day last year from a peak of 590,000 bpd in 1996, according to Wednesday's official report by the Syrian Ministry of Energy. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS) 
SYRIA/
RTXQVS4 
November 18, 2009 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (C) tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central... 
Homs, Syria 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central... 
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (C) tours a natural gas treatment plant near the city of Homs in central Syria November 18, 2009. The $310 million project, which was completed two months ago, is part of Syria's drive to develop its gas sector as a source of energy. The country's crude oil production declined to 375,000 barrel per day last year from a peak of 590,000 bpd in 1996, according to Wednesday's official report by the Syrian Ministry of Energy. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA POLITICS ENERGY BUSINESS) 
USA-FLOODS/GEORGIA
RTR287E1 
September 23, 2009 
Floodwaters engulf parts of the R.M. Clayton Sewage Treatment Plant in Atlanta, Georgia, in this aerial... 
Atlanta, UNITED STATES 
Aerial view of flooded R.M. Clayton Sewage Treatment Plant in Atlanta 
Floodwaters engulf parts of the R.M. Clayton Sewage Treatment Plant in Atlanta, Georgia, in this aerial view taken September 23, 2009. Constant rains for nearly a week have saturated the metro Atlanta area, bringing Chattahoochee River basin flood waters to residents' doors and closing businesses. Flooding in north Georgia that killed nine people caused $250 million worth of damage to property and tens of millions of dollars more damage to infrastructure, the state insurance commissioner said on Wednesday. REUTERS/David Tulis (UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
RUSSIA-UKRAINE/GAS-SPEAKER
RTR23LJE 
January 19, 2009 
A pressure gauge is pictured at a Ukrainian gas compressor station in the village of Boyarka near the... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
A pressure gauge is pictured at a Ukrainian gas compressor station in the village of Boyarka near the... 
A pressure gauge is pictured at a Ukrainian gas compressor station in the village of Boyarka near the capital Kiev January 19, 2009. The chairman of Ukraine's parliament said on Monday the ex-Soviet state would pay Russia an average of $240-250 per 1,000 cubic metres of gas in 2009, much less than the prices previously proposed by Russia. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE) 
RUSSIA-UKRAINE/GAS-SPEAKER
RTR23LJA 
January 19, 2009 
A pressure gauge is pictured at a Ukrainian gas compressor station in the village of Boyarka near the... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
A pressure gauge is pictured at a Ukrainian gas compressor station in the village of Boyarka near the... 
A pressure gauge is pictured at a Ukrainian gas compressor station in the village of Boyarka near the capital Kiev January 19, 2009. The chairman of Ukraine's parliament said on Monday the ex-Soviet state would pay Russia an average of $240-250 per 1,000 cubic metres of gas in 2009, much less than the prices previously proposed by Russia. REUTERS/Konstantin Chernichkin (UKRAINE) 
RUSSIA-UKRAINE/GAS
RTR23BLR 
January 12, 2009 
General view of the gas station near the border between Ukraine and Poland in the settlement of Drozdovychi,... 
DROZDOVYCHI, Ukraine 
General view of gas station near border between Ukraine and Poland in settlement of Drozdovychi 
General view of the gas station near the border between Ukraine and Poland in the settlement of Drozdovychi, 120 km (75 miles) west of Lviv, January 12, 2009. Russia, Ukraine and the European Union have now all added their signatures to a gas monitoring agreement aimed at restarting blocked gas transit to Europe via Ukraine. REUTERS/Vitaliy Hrabar (UKRAINE) 
RUSSIA-UKRAINE/GAS
RTR237S5 
January 09, 2009 
A worker turns a valve at the Nesvizhskaya compressor station some 130 km (81 miles) from Minsk January... 
Minsk, Belarus 
A worker turns a valve at the Nesvizhskaya compressor station near Minsk 
A worker turns a valve at the Nesvizhskaya compressor station some 130 km (81 miles) from Minsk January 9, 2009. Ukraine has given verbal agreement for the deployment of international gas transit observers, the chief of the Russian state-controlled gas export monopoly Gazprom, Alexei Miller, said on Friday. Gazprom has increased exports through the Yamal pipeline that goes from Siberia via Belarus to Poland and Germany to compensate for lower flows through Ukraine. REUTERS/Sergej Vasiljev (BELARUS) 
GERMANY-GAS/
RTR234RG 
January 07, 2009 
A general view of the WINGAS gas storage facility near the northern German town of Rehden January 7,... 
REHDEN, Germany 
A general view of the WINGAS gas storage facility near the northern German town of Rehden 
A general view of the WINGAS gas storage facility near the northern German town of Rehden January 7, 2009. German energy firms warned on Tuesday there could be gas shortages in Europe's biggest economy if the dispute between Moscow and Kiev lasted much longer and sub-zero temperatures endured. The gas storage facility in Rehden is the biggest gas storage in Western Europe with a working gas volume of more than four billion cubic metres representing about a fifth of the entire storage capacity in Germany, according to the company. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
GERMANY-GAS/
RTR234P6 
January 07, 2009 
A general view of the WINGAS gas storage facility near the northern German town of Rehden January 7,... 
REHDEN, Germany 
A general view of the WINGAS gas storage facility near the northern German town of Rehden 
A general view of the WINGAS gas storage facility near the northern German town of Rehden January 7, 2009. German energy firms warned on Tuesday there could be gas shortages in Europe's biggest economy if the dispute between Moscow and Kiev lasted much longer and sub-zero temperatures endured. The gas storage facility in Rehden is the biggest gas storage in Western Europe with a working gas volume of more than four billion cubic metres representing about a fifth of the entire storage capacity in Germany, according to the company. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
BOSNIA GAS
RTR234LE 
January 07, 2009 
A Bosnian operator points at a gauge showing the zero gas pressure at a Sarajevo gas distribution station... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A Bosnian operator points at a gauge showing the zero gas pressure at a Sarajevo gas distribution station... 
A Bosnian operator points at a gauge showing the zero gas pressure at a Sarajevo gas distribution station near Sarajevo January 7, 2009. Thousands of Bosnians with bitter memories of 1992-95 war when heating was often off in winter spent the night in cold and some companies shut down on Wednesday after a halt in Russian gas supplies. REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22LAX 
December 14, 2008 
Technicians talk to each other at the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of... 
Krechba, Algeria 
Technicians talk to each other at the Krechba gas treatment plant 
Technicians talk to each other at the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22LAU 
December 14, 2008 
A technician inspects the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December... 
Krechba, Algeria 
A technician inspects the Krechba gas treatment plant 
A technician inspects the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22LA6 
December 14, 2008 
A view of Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria... 
Krechba, Algeria 
A view of Krechba gas treatment plant 
A view of Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22LA2 
December 14, 2008 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December... 
Krechba, Algeria 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22L9S 
December 14, 2008 
A view of Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria... 
Krechba, Algeria 
A view of Krechba gas treatment plant 
A view of Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22L9L 
December 14, 2008 
Said Sahnoun, head of the associations division of Sonatrach, speaks to Reuters journalists at Krechba... 
Krechba, Algeria 
Sahnoun speaks to Reuters journalists at Krechba gas treatment plant 
Said Sahnoun, head of the associations division of Sonatrach, speaks to Reuters journalists at Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, Sahnoun said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22L9B 
December 14, 2008 
Said Sahnoun, head of the associations division of Sonatrach, speaks to Reuters journalists at Krechba... 
Krechba, Algeria 
Sahnoun speaks to Reuters journalists at Krechba gas treatment plant 
Said Sahnoun, head of the associations division of Sonatrach, speaks to Reuters journalists at Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, Sahnoun said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22L8U 
December 14, 2008 
A technician works in the control room of Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south... 
Krechba, Algeria 
A technician works in the control room of Krechba gas treatment plant 
A technician works in the control room of Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22L8P 
December 14, 2008 
A technician works in the control room of Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south... 
Krechba, Algeria 
A technician works in the control room of Krechba gas treatment plant 
A technician works in the control room of Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22L8N 
December 14, 2008 
A technician talks on a walkie-talkie as he works in the control room of Krechba gas treatment plant,... 
Krechba, Algeria 
A technician talks on a walkie-talkie as he works in the control room of Krechba gas treatment plant... 
A technician talks on a walkie-talkie as he works in the control room of Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22L8K 
December 14, 2008 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December... 
Krechba, Algeria 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant 
A technician stands at the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22L8H 
December 14, 2008 
A technician inspects the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December... 
Krechba, Algeria 
A technician inspects the Krechba gas treatment plant 
A technician inspects the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
ALGERIA-PROJECTS/OIL
RTR22L6W 
December 14, 2008 
Technicians inspect the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December... 
Krechba, Algeria 
Technicians inspect the Krechba gas treatment plant 
Technicians inspect the Krechba gas treatment plant, about 1200 km (746 miles) south of Algiers December 14, 2008. Algeria has approved or plans to approve projects expected to bring on up to 110,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude oil output and 100,000 bpd of oil equivalents by 2012 or 2013, a Sonatrach official said on Sunday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA) 
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