Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Action-at-Oil-Pipeline-Construction-in-Ecuador-27MZIFLPSPSP.htmlConceptually similarAction at Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP01BGTCompleted★★★★Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP0X55Completed★★★★Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP02XY4Completed★★★★Oil Industry in EcuadorGP02XZ6Completed★★★★Oil Industry in EcuadorGP02XYSCompleted★★★★Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP02XYICompleted★★★★Oil Industry in EcuadorGP02XZ9Completed★★★★Oil Industry in EcuadorGP02XYUCompleted★★★★Oil Industry in EcuadorGP02XYXCompleted★★★★View AllGP013XRAction at Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorConstruction of the OCP (Oleoducto de Crudos Pesados) heavy crude pipeline in the Mindo area. Greenpeace activists displaying a banner on the construction site where the pipeline is being built. The German banner reads: "Jungle Destruction financed by Clement".In original language:Dokumentation der Pipelines in EcuadorOel-Industrie in Ecuador. Das Firmenkonsortium OCP (Oleoducto de Crudos Pesados) baut eine Oel-Pipeline durch den Regenwald. Greenpeace-Aktivistinen halten Banner.Sandra Pfotenhauer ( Hieke ), Waldexpertin bei Greenpeace.Locations:Ecuador-Lago Agrio oil field-Latin America-South AmericaDate:1 Mar, 2002Credit:© Clive Shirley / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5324px X 3532pxKeywords:Actions and protests-Banners-Climate (campaign title)-Construction sites-Day-Energy-Forests (campaign title)-Greenpeace activists-KWCI (GPI)-Non-renewable energy-OCP (Oleoductos de Crudos Pesados)-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil pipelines-Outdoors-Two peopleShoot:Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorShots include construction of the OCP (Oleoducto de Crudos Pesados) heavy crude pipeline in the Mindo area; Crudeoil pipeline through the upper Amazon; German activists protest against the construction of the pipeline by holding banners against it and blaming the German government for sponsoring OCP; pipeline going through a village; cranes and derricks, aerial view over the construction site.