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GLOBAL-PETROLEUM/
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October 09, 2017
A oil pump is seen at sunset outside Scheibenhard, near Strasbourg, France, October 6, 2017 . REUTERS/Christian...
SCHEIBENHARD, France
A oil pump is seen at sunset outside Scheibenhard
A oil pump is seen at sunset outside Scheibenhard, near Strasbourg, France, October 6, 2017 . REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
CUBA-RISKS
RTR2QUJ8
September 06, 2011
The Cuban and Chinese national flags fly next to each other at an oil rig of the Great Wall Drilling...
Varadero, Cuba
The Cuban and Chinese national flags fly next to each other at an oil rig of the Great Wall Drilling...
The Cuban and Chinese national flags fly next to each other at an oil rig of the Great Wall Drilling Company, a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC), near Varadero, around 140 kilometres (86 miles) east of Havana, September 4, 2011. China has signed an agreement to play a major role in increasing Cuban oil production both onshore and offshore, although details were not disclosed. State-owned CNPC is said to be considering leasing exploration blocks in Cuban waters. China also committed to negotiations of contracts for a $6 billion expansion of Cuba's Cienfuegos refinery and a liquefied natural gas project. Picture taken September 4, 2011. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
CUBA-RISKS
RTR2QUIY
September 06, 2011
An oil rig of the Great Wall Drilling Company, a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC),...
Varadero, Cuba
An oil rig of the Great Wall Drilling Company, a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC),...
An oil rig of the Great Wall Drilling Company, a subsidiary of China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC), is seen near Varadero, around 140 kilometres (86 miles) east of Havana, September 4, 2011. China has signed an agreement to play a major role in increasing Cuban oil production both onshore and offshore, although details were not disclosed. State-owned CNPC is said to be considering leasing exploration blocks in Cuban waters. China also committed to negotiations of contracts for a $6 billion expansion of Cuba's Cienfuegos refinery and a liquefied natural gas project. Picture taken September 4, 2011. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS POLITICS)
OIL-RIG/USA-CUBA
RTR2EBIE
May 25, 2010
Workers stand near pipes while setting up an oil rig near the coast on the outskirts of Havana May 24,...
Havana, Cuba
Workers stand near pipes while setting up an oil rig near the coast on the outskirts of Havana
Workers stand near pipes while setting up an oil rig near the coast on the outskirts of Havana May 24, 2010. Cuba estimates it has 20 billion barrels of oil in its part of the Gulf of Mexico, which abuts the oil-rich U.S. and Mexican zones of the gulf, and Havana views its possible production as a godsend. The communist-led island produces about half its energy needs from onshore wells and gets the rest from oil-rich socialist ally Venezuela at favorable prices. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY BUSINESS DISASTER)
OIL-RIG/USA-CUBA
RTR2EBID
May 25, 2010
Workers set up an oil rig near the coast on the outskirts of Havana May 24, 2010. Cuba estimates it has...
Havana, Cuba
Workers set up an oil rig near the coast on the outskirts of Havana
Workers set up an oil rig near the coast on the outskirts of Havana May 24, 2010. Cuba estimates it has 20 billion barrels of oil in its part of the Gulf of Mexico, which abuts the oil-rich U.S. and Mexican zones of the gulf, and Havana views its possible production as a godsend. The communist-led island produces about half its energy needs from onshore wells and gets the rest from oil-rich socialist ally Venezuela at favorable prices. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ENERGY DISASTER BUSINESS)
OIL-RIG/USA-CUBA
RTR2EBI7
May 25, 2010
A worker holds a pipe while setting up an oil rig near the coast on the outskirts of Havana May 24, 2010....
Havana, Cuba
A worker holds a pipe while setting up an oil rig near the coast on the outskirts of Havana
A worker holds a pipe while setting up an oil rig near the coast on the outskirts of Havana May 24, 2010. Cuba estimates it has 20 billion barrels of oil in its part of the Gulf of Mexico, which abuts the oil-rich U.S. and Mexican zones of the gulf, and Havana views its possible production as a godsend. The communist-led island produces about half its energy needs from onshore wells and gets the rest from oil-rich socialist ally Venezuela at favorable prices. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CUBA-OIL/REPSOL
RTR2DLQX
May 08, 2010
A driver waits to refuel his car at a gas station in Havana May 7, 2010. Spanish oil giant Repsol YPF...
Havana, Cuba
A driver waits to refuel his car at a gas station in Havana
A driver waits to refuel his car at a gas station in Havana May 7, 2010. Spanish oil giant Repsol YPF has contracted with a unit of Italian oil company Eni SpA for a drilling rig that some sources said was bound for operation in Cuba's still untapped offshore fields. Cuba estimates it has 20 billion barrels of oil in its part of the Gulf of Mexico, which abuts the oil-rich U.S. and Mexican zones of the gulf, and Havana views its possible production as a godsend. The communist-led island produces about half its energy needs from onshore wells and gets the rest from oil-rich socialist ally Venezuela at favorable prices. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
CUBA-OIL/REPSOL
RTR2DLQW
May 08, 2010
A Chevrolet 1955 car is driven out of a petrol station after refueling in Havana May 7, 2010. Spanish...
Havana, Cuba
A Chevrolet 1955 car is driven out of a petrol station after refueling in Havana
A Chevrolet 1955 car is driven out of a petrol station after refueling in Havana May 7, 2010. Spanish oil giant Repsol YPF has contracted with a unit of Italian oil company Eni SpA for a drilling rig that some sources said was bound for operation in Cuba's still untapped offshore fields. Cuba estimates it has 20 billion barrels of oil in its part of the Gulf of Mexico, which abuts the oil-rich U.S. and Mexican zones of the gulf, and Havana views its possible production as a godsend. The communist-led island produces about half its energy needs from onshore wells and gets the rest from oil-rich socialist ally Venezuela at favorable prices. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: ENERGY TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
CUBA-OIL/REPSOL
RTR2DLQV
May 08, 2010
Exhaust gases from an oil rig burn near the village of Cojimar on the outskirts of Havana May 7, 2010....
Cojimar, Cuba
Exhaust gases from an oil rig burn near the village of Cojimar on the outskirts of Havana
Exhaust gases from an oil rig burn near the village of Cojimar on the outskirts of Havana May 7, 2010. Spanish oil giant Repsol YPF has contracted with a unit of Italian oil company Eni SpA for a drilling rig that some sources said was bound for operation in Cuba's still untapped offshore fields. Cuba estimates it has 20 billion barrels of oil in its part of the Gulf of Mexico, which abuts the oil-rich U.S. and Mexican zones of the gulf, and Havana views its possible production as a godsend. The communist-led island produces about half its energy needs from onshore wells and gets the rest from oil-rich socialist ally Venezuela at favorable prices. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
CUBA-OIL/REPSOL
RTR2DLQS
May 08, 2010
An oil rig stands near the village of Cojimar on the outskirts of Havana May 7, 2010. Spanish oil giant...
Cojimar, Cuba
An oil rig stands near the village of Cojimar on the outskirts of Havana
An oil rig stands near the village of Cojimar on the outskirts of Havana May 7, 2010. Spanish oil giant Repsol YPF has contracted with a unit of Italian oil company Eni SpA for a drilling rig that some sources said was bound for operation in Cuba's still untapped offshore fields. Cuba estimates it has 20 billion barrels of oil in its part of the Gulf of Mexico, which abuts the oil-rich U.S. and Mexican zones of the gulf, and Havana views its possible production as a godsend. The communist-led island produces about half its energy needs from onshore wells and gets the rest from oil-rich socialist ally Venezuela at favorable prices. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
CUBA-OIL/REPSOL
RTR2DLQP
May 08, 2010
An oil rig is lit up beside the coast near the village of Cojimar on the outskirts of Havana May 7, 2010....
Cojimar, Cuba
An oil rig is lit up beside the coast near the village of Cojimar on the outskirts of Havana
An oil rig is lit up beside the coast near the village of Cojimar on the outskirts of Havana May 7, 2010. Spanish oil giant Repsol YPF has contracted with a unit of Italian oil company Eni SpA for a drilling rig that some sources said was bound for operation in Cuba's still untapped offshore fields. Cuba estimates it has 20 billion barrels of oil in its part of the Gulf of Mexico, which abuts the oil-rich U.S. and Mexican zones of the gulf, and Havana views its possible production as a godsend. The communist-led island produces about half its energy needs from onshore wells and gets the rest from oil-rich socialist ally Venezuela at favorable prices. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
ENERGY RUSSIA ROSNEFT
RTR1CTO4
April 26, 2006
A Rosneft worker walks near a nodding donkey at the Yuganskneftegaz oil production station near the Siberian...
Nefteyugansk, Russia
Rosneft worker walks near a nodding donkey at Yuganskneftegaz near Nefteyugansk
A Rosneft worker walks near a nodding donkey at the Yuganskneftegaz oil production station near the Siberian town of Nefteyugansk, some 3,000 km (1,863 miles) east of Moscow April 26, 2006. Russian state oil giant Rosneft and private major Surgutneftegaz won auctions on Tuesday for large oilfields in East Siberia as they prepare to be the key shippers via a pipeline to Asia. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
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