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Cushing, Oklahoma’s Oil and Gas site
Cushing oil pump stations between the years 1910 to 1918. Production had peaked during World War I. By 1919 Cushing was producing 300,000 barrels a day.
Cushing, OK is known as being the Pipeline Crossroads of the World. These are tank farms at the southern end of the Keystone.

Athabasca Oil, Fort McMurray, Alberta
Athabasca Tar Sands c. 1880 -1967+_then
According to the University of Alberta journals, between the years 1880 to 1967 of Alberta’s Tar Sands, trains were used to pave the roads and sidewalks.
Present day: Suncor’s Oil Sands plant in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands
After World Ward II, the Port of Rotterdam was rebuilt with more modern architectural lines to replace the old buildings that had been damaged by the war. The city’s skyline also changed because of this rebuild.
According to World Port Source, the Port of Rotterdam is Europe’s largest seaport, and the second biggest city in The Netherlands. It is also plays a large role in the city’s economy.

TNphoto Tatsuya Nakagawa
Tatsuya Nakagawa is the VP of Marketing and co-founder of Castagra Products, a storage tank and wastewater coatings manufacturing company that is highly acclaimed for its sustainable coatings, cold weather tank coating applications, and its durable frac tank coatings. Castagra is used by the world’s top oil and gas field services companies.