Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Oil-Pipeline-Construction-in-Ecuador-27MZIFLSEP5M.htmlConceptually similarOil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP013XMCompleted★★★★Oil Industry in EcuadorGP02XYYCompleted★★★★Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP02XY5Completed★★★★Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP02XYDCompleted★★★★Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP02XYLCompleted★★★★Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP02XYMCompleted★★★★Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP02XY0Completed★★★★Oil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorGP07BBCompleted★★★★Oil Industry in EcuadorGP02XZ9Completed★★★★View AllGP01BZKOil Pipeline Construction in EcuadorA team of Alberta Energy Company (from Canada) workers tap into the vast wealth of the Amazon rainforest. The Alberta slogan on the back of the overalls says "Securely for developement". Construction material surrounds their compounds and oil pumping stations in the Tarapoa Block. There would seem to be little control regarding tree cutting. Alberta is proud of its environmental record.Locations:Ecuador-Latin America-South AmericaDate:18 Mar, 2002Credit:© Clive Shirley / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3662px X 2418pxKeywords:Alberta Energy Company-Climate (campaign title)-Day-Deforestation-Energy-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Loggers-Non-renewable energy-OCP (Oleoductos de Crudos Pesados)-Oil (fossil fuel)-Oil pipelines-Outdoors-Rainforests-Small group of people-VillagesShoot: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.