Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/ConocoPhillips-Oil-Refinery-in-USA-27MZIF292IPX.htmlConceptually similarConocoPhillips Oil Refinery in USAGP03TEICompleted★★★★ConocoPhillips Oil Refinery in USAGP03TEKCompleted★★★★ConocoPhillips Oil Refinery in USAGP03TELCompleted★★★★ConocoPhillips Oil Refinery in USAGP03TEMCompleted★★★★ConocoPhillips Oil Refinery in USAGP03TENCompleted★★★★ConocoPhillips Oil Refinery in USAGP03TEOCompleted★★★★ConocoPhillips Oil Refinery in USAGP03TEPCompleted★★★★ConocoPhillips Oil Refinery in USAGP03TEQCompleted★★★★ConocoPhillips Oil Refinery in USAGP03TERCompleted★★★★View AllGP03TEJConocoPhillips Oil Refinery in USAThe Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise passes the ConocoPhillips Alliance Refinery in Belle Chase displaying the message "No To Coal And Oi.l" The refinery receives domestic crude oil from the Gulf of Mexico via pipeline and foreign crude oil from West Africa via pipeline connected to the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port.Locations:Louisiana-Mississippi River-North America-United States of AmericaDate:23 Oct, 2010Credit:© Greenpeace / Tim AubryMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Aerial view-Climate (campaign title)-ConocoPhillips-Day-Energy infrastructures-Greenpeace ships-Industrial landscapes-Industrial structures-KWCI (GPI)-MY Arctic Sunrise-Non-renewable energy-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil refineries-Outdoors-Rivers-SunnyShoot:ConocoPhillips Refinery in USAThe ConocoPhillips Refinery at Belle Chasse on the Mississippi River south of New Orleans. The Mississippi Delta is an extraordinary place, with vibrant wetlands that support those migratory birds and countless other species. It is also scarred with fossil fuel infrastructure and impacts, offering a glimpse of the costs of our reliance on oil and coal. This major oil refinery processes crude oil from offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, as well as from the Louisiana Offshore Oil Platform, a major terminal miles out at sea that brings super tankers of foreign crude into the United States. Just a few miles away, we passed a coal exporting terminal that can hold more than a million tons of coal mined in the United States as it awaits shipping to foreign countries.