MEDIA GALLERY

Photo: OOS Energy
A year after two category 5 hurricanes caused destruction across parts of the Caribbean, most children in the affected countries are now back in school and have access to the services they need, thanks to the efforts of UNICEF and partners. In Anguilla, children draw as part of their Return to Happiness session. © UNICEF/UN0180293/Ward (CNW Group/UNICEF Canada)
Trinidad and Tobago Prime Minister Keith Rowley and Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro during the Dragon gas signing event in Caracas. Photo: PDVSA
Stena Drill Max. Source: Petrobras
Oil workers in Venezuela march in support of economic announcements made by Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro. Source: PDVSA
BPTT’s Angelin platform. Source: BPTT
The Plasman family with MDA and Jim Cristman, CITGO Vice President of Refining, thank Diamond Sponsor Midwest Tankermen for their dedication to the golf outing and the MDA. Source: Citgo
Refinery in Venezuela. Source: DW
A tanker sails out of the Port of Corpus Christi in Texas after discharging crude oil at the Citgo refinery. Photo: Eddie Seal, Stf / Bloomberg
Republic Bank (Barbados) has opened an eco-friendly branch at One Barbados Place, Warrens, St. Michael, Barbados. Fully powered by an ultra-modern photovoltaic system (PV), this is the only solar-powered banking facility in Barbados. Photo Courtesy of Republic Bank
Pemex unveils new image in Mexico. Source: Pemex
PDVSA’s El Chaure Refinery in Anzoategui state. Source: MENPET
ENAP’s Brio Tanker. Source: ENAP
Electric sector trucks in downtown Port of Spain, Trinidad. Source: Energy Analytics Institute (EAI)
Headquarters of Trinidad’s Energy Ministry in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Source: Energy Analytics Institute (EAI)
Dual headquarters of PDVSA and Venezuela’s Oil Ministry in Caracas, Venezuela. Source: Energy Analytics Institute (EAI
Energy Analytics Institute’s battery recollection project in Caracas, Venezuela. Source: Energy Analytics Institute (EAI)
Arrival of desalters in Venezuela. Source: PDVSA
Petroleiro PIRAI. Source: Petrobras
NP petrol station in Port of Spain, Trinidad & Tobago. Source: Energy Analytics Institute (EAI)
PDVSA’s Amuay refinery in Punto Fijo, Venezuela. Source: Energy Analytics Institute (EAI)
PDVSA worker at the High Vacuum 3 (AV3) Plant at the Cardón Refinery. Source: PDVSA
PDVSA’s 140,000 barrel-per-day El Palito refinery in Carabobo state. Source: PDVSA
Shipping facility and pipes in Western Venezuela. Source: Energy Analytics Institute (EAI)
Western Coast of Lake Maracaibo in Zulia state in Venezuela. Source: PDVSA