Energy Photo of the Week

Now you can share your personal industry-related photos with Oil & Gas Financial Journal online! Send your photos, along with a short description, to OGFJ associate editor Mikaila Adams mikaila@pennwell.com and your photo could be the next Energy Photo of the Week.

 

Note: By submitting photo(s) you agree that you own the photo and that PennWell is given non-exclusive rights to the photo.

 

Past submissions

The Oil & Gas Asset Clearinghouse president and CEO, Kenneth R. Olive, Jr. snapped this photo in April 2009 while walking past Trinity Church near the financial district in NYC. A "pretty appropriate photo for the year 2009," he said. 

 

Steve Long, Director of Energy Management at the University of Oklahoma provided us with this shot of Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon and OU students at the recent OGIS conference in NYC. McClendon spent 45 minutes with the students talking about career advice and the state of the natural gas industry.

Nicole Durham, Oil & Gas Financial Journal Publisher, snapped this photo of the NASDAQ on a recent trip to NYC.

 

 OGFJ Associate Editor Mikaila Adams snapped a photo of a Midland pumpjack.

 
The Oil & Gas Asset Clearinghouse president and CEO, Kenneth R. Olive, Jr. took this picture of a rig in Capano Bay.

  

 Pride International provided OGFJ with this picture of the Pride Rio landing.


Derek Mathieson, president, products and technology for Baker Hughes uncovers the ASME Historic Engineering Landmark award presented by Sam Zamrak, past president of ASME.



Dexter L. Harmon of Fasken Oil & Ranch Ltd. sent this photo of Noah Federal #1 wildcat. The well was drilled in 2008 in White Pine Co., Nevada, in the Diamond Range with Ruby Range in the background.

A view of NYSE from an OGFJ reader.

OGFJ reader Ron Clark took this photo of a pump jack in Electra, TX. Clark describes Wichita Co., TX as "the pump jack capital of the world."

OGFJ reader Terrel Shields sent in this photo of Chesapeake Royce 10-5 Sec. 20 - Twp 10 N - 5 W, Jackson Co., Arkansas in the very northwestern fringe of the Fayetteville Shale.

An OGFJ reader sent in this photo of drilling equipment being transported down a Texas highway.

OGFJ reader James Highet took this photo of two drilling rigs and a 30,000 m3 slick water fracture stimulation underway in the Horn River Basin of Northeast British Columbia for Stone Mountain Resources in April, 2009.

OGFJ reader Mahabir Ram of Halliburton sent in this photo of the sun spotlighting a Halliburton ammonia plant in Trinidad.


OGFJ reader Marcelo J. Ratne of Andina Resources sent in this photo from the El Corcobo Norte Field in Argentina.


OGFJ reader Richard Brown took this photo of dolphins riding the wave of the ROV Support Vessel Edda Fonn as it performed inspection work on the Margreb-Europe Pipelines. The ROV was transiting east through the Strait of Gibraltar for a crew change.

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