Pumping Unit for Oil and Gas

Pumping Unit for Oil and Gas well. Royalty Free high resolution Image.
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License type: Royalty-free for commercial use
SKU: pumping-unit-for-oil-and-gas
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Pumping Unit for Oil and Gas Well

. Black gold! This "horse head" pumping unit stands in stark silhouette against a Texas sunset, steadily bringing crude oil to the surface from thousands of feet below.

Our pumping unit straddles a major oil and gas reserve. As far as the eye can see, pumps just like this one dot the Texas plains, slowly creaking up and down, day after day, year after year. Oil and gas is the mainstay industry of Texas and the southwestern United States. The region provides energy for the nation and for the world. From the time Spindletop, the first oil well drilled in Texas, began to gush forth, the pumping unit became part of the landscape.

There are myriad ways that you can use our pumping unit image. Environmental awareness! Energy education! History! Geographical topics! Or the news from today’s headlines, as the world starves for oil and gas! Our pumping unit, standing against a rose-tinted sunset, is a premium quality, high resolution background picture for print media.

Our Pumping unit image is available in a variety of dimensions and in multiple resolutions. Let your imagination be your guide in how you use this high resolution pumping unit image.

Royalty free use of this low cost picture will be easy on your wallet and on your busy schedule. It’s the most haunting pumping unit image you’ll find.

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