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Photo ID: h5imueSubject: PetroleumDescription
Energy; Gasoline; Oil; Petroleum Geology; Power Generation; Renewable ResourcesSlide 112 in Mobil slide show 'Quest for Energy'. Development of new or improved sources of electrical energy, especially from renewable sources, must receive governmental support. These future technologies are not cost effective in today's fossil fuel economies, thus we must provide incentives to sustain their development at the earliest possible time.
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Mobil

Credit Line: Copyright ExxonMobil
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Photo ID: h5inx0Subject: PetroleumDescription
Energy; Gas; Hydrocarbons; Oil; Petroleum Geology; Reservoir; SamplingSlide 90 in the Mobil slide show 'Quest for Energy'. Once an interval of probable reservoir rock with possible hydrocarbons present is penetrated, a special tool in lowered down the hole to recover formation fluids within that specific interval. This provides a test not only of the type of fluids present but the rate at which they will flow out of the formation.
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Mobil

Credit Line: Copyright ExxonMobil
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Photo ID: h5ina3Subject: PetroleumDescription
Geoscience Careers; Oil; Petroleum GeologySlide 31 in the Mobil slide show 'Quest for Energy'. The employee and the company are partners in career development, whether the career pathway is that of a specialist or generalist. As experience increases, an employee's primary activity evolves. Technical ladder geoscientists can work toward roles of specialist, consultant or integrator, each providing a rewarding career.
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Mobil

Credit Line: Copyright ExxonMobil
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Photo ID: iejnuiSubject: PetroleumDescription
Alaskan Pipeline; Economic Geology; Energy Sources; Engineering Geology; Oil; Petroleum Engineering; Pipelines; Production; Technology; TransportationHere on the floor of Alaska's Atigun Gorge can be seen the Alaskan Pipeline and its attending service road.
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David Houseknecht

Credit Line: Courtesy United States Geological Survey
North America; United States; Alaska; Atigun Gorge

Latitude: 68.52 / Longitude: -150.12
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Photo ID: itech3Subject: PetroleumDescription
Earthquakes; Engineering Geology; Foundations; Gas; Geologic Hazards; Oil; Pipelines; Rock Mechanics; Soil Mechanics; TransportationThis earthquake safe pipeline is crossing the San Andreas Fault at Cholame, California.
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Michael Collier

Credit Line: Copyright Michael Collier
North America; United States; California; Cholame; San Andreas Fault

Latitude: 35.73 / Longitude: -120.27
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Photo ID: iwjh4mSubject: PetroleumDescription
Earthquakes; Engineering Geology; Foundations; Gas; Geologic Hazards; Oil; Pipelines; Rock Mechanics; Soil Mechanics; TransportationThis earthquake safe pipeline is crossing the San Andreas Fault at Cholame, California.
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Michael Collier

Credit Line: Copyright Michael Collier
North America; United States; California; Cholame; San Andreas Fault

Latitude: 35.73 / Longitude: -120.27
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Photo ID: iamajwSubject: PetroleumDescription
Bays; Fjord; Geomorphology; Glacial Feature; Oil Tankers; Shore FeaturesThis is an aerial view of Valdez Arm, near Valdez, Alaska. A tanker ship is headed to Valdez for a load of petroleum.
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Bruce Molnia

Credit Line: Copyright Bruce Molnia, Terra Photographics
North America; United States; Alaska; Valdez

Latitude: 61.28 / Longitude: -146.2
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Photo ID: hgmyi5Subject: PetroleumDescription
Eocene; Green River Formation; Middle Eocene; Oil Shale; Sedimentary RocksThe Green River Formation is known for thick layers of oil shale and fine and abundant fish fossils. An estimated 1.8 trillion barrels of oil reserve exist in the oil shale, the richest known.

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Bruce Molnia

Credit Line: Copyright Bruce Molnia, Terra Photographics
North America; United States; Utah; Green River Formation

Latitude: 40.98 / Longitude: -109.83
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Photo ID: i8bkueSubject: PetroleumDescription
Artificial Islands; Drilling; Energy Sources; Natural Gas; Oil and Gas Fields; Petroleum; Petroleum Exploration; THUMS; Wells; Wilmington Oil FieldTHUMS Long Beach company operates the eastern offshore section of California's Wilmington oil field and produces more than 900 million barrels and gets its name from the oil property's original shareholders (Texaco, Humble, Union, Mobil and Shell). THUMS Long Beach has been an agent of Occidental Long Beach since it was acquired in 2000 and operates artificial offshore drilling islands as pictured here.
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Bruce Molnia

Credit Line: Copyright Bruce Molnia, Terra Photographics
North America; United States; California; Long Beach

Latitude: 33.8 / Longitude: -118.17
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Photo ID: h5imqaSubject: PetroleumDescription
Energy; Gasoline; Oil; Petroleum GeologySlide 100 in Mobil slide show 'Quest for Energy'. Oil prices have always fluctuated, but recent changes have been much greater and occurred over shorter periods of time. Note that the major factors causing the changes have been political, not economic. This makes forecasting oil and gas prices very difficult.
PhotographerLocation
Mobil

Credit Line: Copyright ExxonMobil
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