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April 01, 2010 
USA-OIL/DRILLING - Colour-coded map of the U.S. locating proven oil reserves by state and offshore areas... 
Washington, United States of America 
USA-OIL/DRILLING C 
USA-OIL/DRILLING - Colour-coded map of the U.S. locating proven oil reserves by state and offshore areas to be explored for oil and gas drilling. RNGS (SIN02) 
TURKEY/
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December 31, 2009 
The Leiv Eiriksson, an oil drilling platform, is escorted by tugboats as it enters the Bosphorus in Istanbul... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
The Leiv Eiriksson, an oil drilling platform, is escorted by tugboats as it enters the Bosphorus in Istanbul... 
The Leiv Eiriksson, an oil drilling platform, is escorted by tugboats as it enters the Bosphorus in Istanbul December 31, 2009. The deep-water platform, one of the world's largest drilling rigs, passed through the Bosphorus Strait as it entered the Black Sea where Turkey and Brazil will carry out joint oil explorations. In April, state-owned petroleum companies, Turkey's TPAO and Brazil's Petrobras, signed an agreement to search for oil in the Black Sea. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (TURKEY - Tags: ENERGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TF0 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEY 
September 22, 2008 
Brazil's Defence Minister Nelson Jobim walks during a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim,... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazil's Defence Minister Nelson Jobim walks during a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim... 
Brazil's Defence Minister Nelson Jobim walks during a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEX 
September 22, 2008 
Brazil's Defence Minister Nelson Jobim watches a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazil's Defence Minister Jobim watches a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazil's Defence Minister Nelson Jobim watches a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEW 
September 22, 2008 
A Brazilian paratrooper is seen during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
A Brazilian paratrooper is seen during a military exercise in Itapemirim 
A Brazilian paratrooper is seen during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military maneuvers aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEV 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEU 
September 22, 2008 
A Brazilian paratrooper lands after jumping from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim,... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
A Brazilian paratrooper lands after jumping from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim... 
A Brazilian paratrooper lands after jumping from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TET 
September 22, 2008 
A Brazilian paratrooper lands after jumping from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim,... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
A Brazilian paratrooper lands after jumping from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim... 
A Brazilian paratrooper lands after jumping from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TER 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEQ 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEP 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEN 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazilian paratroopers jump from a transport aircraft during a military exercise in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEL 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEK 
September 22, 2008 
An amphibious assault ship is seen during a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
An amphibious assault ship is seen during a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim 
An amphibious assault ship is seen during a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEJ 
September 22, 2008 
A Brazilian Marine takes part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
A Brazilian Marine takes part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim 
A Brazilian Marine takes part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
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RTX8TEG 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEF 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TEE 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8TED 
September 22, 2008 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the... 
ITAPEMIRIM, Brazil 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise in Itapemirim 
Brazilian Marines take part in a military exercise at Itaoca beach in Itapemirim, about 90 km from the Brazilian city of Vitoria, capital of the State of Espirito Santo, September 22, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast, for two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, simulates an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8PPE 
September 12, 2008 
A Brazilian Marine boards a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September... 
Niteroi, Brazil 
Brazilian Marine boards a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi 
A Brazilian Marine boards a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September 12, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast on Friday, starting two weeks of military maneuvers aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, will simulate an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8PP8 
September 12, 2008 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September... 
Niteroi, Brazil 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September 12, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast on Friday, starting two weeks of military maneuvers aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, will simulate an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8PP0 
September 12, 2008 
Brazilian Marines prepare to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September 12, 2008.... 
Niteroi, Brazil 
Brazilian Marines prepare to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi 
Brazilian Marines prepare to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September 12, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast on Friday, starting two weeks of military maneuvers aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, will simulate an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8POY 
September 12, 2008 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September... 
Niteroi, Brazil 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September 12, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast on Friday, starting two weeks of military maneuvers aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, will simulate an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8POV 
September 12, 2008 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September... 
Niteroi, Brazil 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September 12, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast on Friday, starting two weeks of military maneuvers aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, will simulate an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
BRAZIL-OIL/
RTX8POR 
September 12, 2008 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September... 
Niteroi, Brazil 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi 
Brazilian Marines board a ship to leave the Mocangue island in Niteroi near Rio de Janeiro September 12, 2008. Brazil deployed warships, fighter jets and thousands of troops off its southern coast on Friday, starting two weeks of military manoeuvres aimed at showing the world it can defend vast new oil reserves. The exercise, dubbed Operation Atlantic, will simulate an attack by a fictitious enemy on oil platforms and pipelines both on and off shore along the coastline of the states of Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo and Espirito Santo. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL) 
SPAIN/
RTX88FH 
August 30, 2008 
Tugboats pull a huge concrete liquefied natural gas, or LNG, terminal built by Spanish infrastructure... 
Algeciras, Spain 
Huge LNG platform is pulled out of Algeciras bay enroute to the Adriatic Sea 
Tugboats pull a huge concrete liquefied natural gas, or LNG, terminal built by Spanish infrastructure company Acciona out of Algeciras Bay, in southern Spain enroute to the Adriatic Sea, August 30, 2008. The world's first offshore gas platform measuring 180 metres (591 ft.) long, 88 metres (289 ft.) wide and 47 metres (154 ft.) tall with a storage capacity of 250,000 cubic metres will be floated across the Mediterranean, around the heel of Italy to its final destination 17 km (11 miles) off the coast of Venice in a scheduled 21-day journey. Practically an artificial island, the giant structure is designed to withstand winds, tides, and earthquakes in its final location, and any incidents that might occur in transit, according to Acciona. REUTERS/Anton Meres (SPAIN) 
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Commodities / Business 
Chevron's Petronius Oil Platform - 04 Jun 2008 
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USA/
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June 04, 2008 
The Petronius oil platform is seen from the air, located 100 miles (161 km) off the coast of New Orleans... 
Gulf Of Mexico, UNITED STATES 
The Petronius oil platform is seen from the air, located 100 miles off the coast of New Orleans in the... 
The Petronius oil platform is seen from the air, located 100 miles (161 km) off the coast of New Orleans in the Gulf of Mexico June 3, 2008. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES) 
BRAZIL/
RTX45N3 
November 28, 2007 
An aerial view of new oil platforms P-52 for the oil company Petrobas at Campos basin in Rio de Janeiro,... 
Campos, Brazil 
An aerial view of new oil platforms P-52 for the oil company Petrobas at Campos basin in Rio de Janeiro... 
An aerial view of new oil platforms P-52 for the oil company Petrobas at Campos basin in Rio de Janeiro, 28 November, 2007. The platforms starts today with initial volume set at 20,000 barrels per day and the full capacity of 180,000 barrels per day is expected to be achieved by mid-2008, according to Petrobras. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL) 
VENEZUELA-OIL/
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November 05, 2007 
Oil facilities are seen at Venezuela's western Maracaibo lake November 5, 2007. Oil has climbed about... 
Maracaibo, Venezuela 
Oil facilities are seen at Venezuela's western Maracaibo lake 
Oil facilities are seen at Venezuela's western Maracaibo lake November 5, 2007. Oil has climbed about 40 percent since the summer and reached a record high above $96 a barrel last week, boosted by the weak dollar, concerns over tight supplies ahead of winter and speculative inflows into oil and other commodities REUTERS/Isaac Urrutia (VENEZUELA) 
GERMANY/
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July 12, 2007 
A general view shows the artificial Mittelplate drilling and production island for oil in the Wattenmeer... 
Cuxhaven, Germany 
A general view shows at the artificial Mittelplate drilling and production island north-west of Cuxhaven... 
A general view shows the artificial Mittelplate drilling and production island for oil in the Wattenmeer tidelands off the coast of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein north-west of Cuxhaven July 12, 2007. Germany's only offshore oil drilling and production island run by Mittelplate consortium of RWE Dea AG and Wintershall AG companies produced some 14 millions tons of oil since production started in October 1987. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
OIL OPEC VENEZUELA
RTR1DT74 
May 27, 2006 
An oil rig is seen during sunset at Lagunillas field in the eastern coast of oil-rich Lake Maracaibo,... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Oil rig is seen during sunset at Lagunillas field in the eastern coast of Lake Maracaibo 
An oil rig is seen during sunset at Lagunillas field in the eastern coast of oil-rich Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela, May 26, 2006. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is to assess present conditions of the global oil market in order to decide the next steps during its 141st special meeting to be held in Caracas June 1, 2006. The Energy Ministers of the member countries will discuss output quotas, prices and measures to meet the demand and ensure fair prices, according to official sources. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
OIL OPEC VENEZUELA
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May 26, 2006 
A Venezuelan fisherman passes an off-shore rig on his boat in the western coast of Lake Maracaibo, near... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
Venezuelan fisherman passes off-shore rig on boat in western coast of Lake Maracaibo 
A Venezuelan fisherman passes an off-shore rig on his boat in the western coast of Lake Maracaibo, near Barranquita, about 150km (93miles) south of Maracaibo City in Venezuela May 25, 2006. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is to assess present conditions of the global oil market in order to decide next steps during its 141st special meeting to be held in Caracas June 1. The Energy Ministers of the 11 countries members of the cartel, along with eight guest delegations, will discuss output quotas, prices and measures to meet the demand and ensure fair prices, according to official sources. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
CHINA
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May 24, 2006 
A worker walks on the deck of Bluewater's floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel Munin,... 
OFF SOUTH CHINA SEA, China 
Worker walks on the deck of Bluewater's FPSO Munin which floats on Lufeng oil field off South China Sea... 
A worker walks on the deck of Bluewater's floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel Munin, which floats on the Lufeng oil field, 250 kilometers south-east of Hong Kong in the South China Sea, in 333 meters of water, May 23, 2006. Norwegian energy group Statoil has a 75 percent interest in the field, and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), the country's largest offshore production of crude oil and natural gas, holds the remaining 25 percent. Munin returned to the Lufeng field in the second quarter of 2005 for a minimum fixed period of three years. Picture taken May 23, 2006. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA
RTR1DPFT 
May 24, 2006 
A worker walks on the deck of Bluewater's floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel Munin,... 
OFF SOUTH CHINA SEA, China 
Bluewater's FPSO Munin floats on Lufeng oil field off South China Sea 
A worker walks on the deck of Bluewater's floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel Munin, which floats on the Lufeng oil field, 250 kilometers south-east of Hong Kong in the South China Sea, in 333 meters of water, May 24, 2006. Norwegian energy group Statoil has a 75 percent interest in the field, and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), the country's largest offshore production of crude oil and natural gas, holds the remaining 25 percent. Munin returned to the Lufeng field in the second quarter of 2005 for a minimum fixed period of three years. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
NUCLEAR BRITAIN
RTR1BRDJ 
November 29, 2005 
The tide rises near a rig on the beach next to Sizewell Nuclear Plant in Suffolk, eastern England November... 
Sizewell, UK 
The tide rises near a rig on the beach next to Sizewell Nuclear Plant in Suffolk in eastern England 
The tide rises near a rig on the beach next to Sizewell Nuclear Plant in Suffolk, eastern England November 29, 2005. Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair will launch a review on Tuesday of Britain's energy needs and stoke speculation that he favours nuclear power by warning that renewable sources cannot fill the expected shortages. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez 
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