Wyoming
Wyoming. A tour of the state of Wyoming in the late 1940s. 1940s, Wyoming, United States map, countryside, Fort Caspar, Cheyenne, cityscape, Wyoming State Capitol Building, Casper, oil well, miner pushing plunger on blasting detonator and setting off dynamite explosion, coal mining, strip mining, giant shovels transferring coal into truck, trucks transporting coal, horse pulling log, logging, sawmill, workers picking potatoes and sugar beets in field, Worland, sugar refinery, turkeys on farm, people holding foxes, livestock in field, sheep, cowboys herding horses through water, cowboys herding cattle, cattle drive, cowboy roping cow, cowboy branding cow, dude ranch, cowboy trick roping for bystanders, horses entering corral, cowboy riding bucking bronco, people horseback trail riding through Big Horn Mountain country, flapjacks being served from pan onto plate, trout being cooked on grill, Grand Teton National Park, Black Hills, Devils Tower, Yellowstone National Park, geysers, Old Faithful Geyser, United States map, Wyoming State Capitol Building, oil field, coal mine, timber being cut in sawmill, cattle, person sitting on paddock fence feeding horse, people horseback trail riding along lake, mountain towering over lake, Devils Tower, Old Faithful Geyser, countryside, cowboy on horse, people riding horses in parade, mountains
FLAMES THAT BROUGHT FORTUNE
Item title reads: "Flames That Brought Fortune! Accidental ignition of gas geyser reveals rich oil field at Lake Charles." <br/> <br/>Lake Charles, United States of America (USA). <br/> <br/>Various shots of flames and smoke gushing from a geyser. Some shots just fill the screen with flames, and there is a gust of flames with a tree silhouetted to the right of camera. <br/> <br/>Note: Great shots for burning and flames - even if only black and white. VHS Sleeve indicates item as G 1431
Pathe
Oil strike near Oklahoma City, OK, in 1930
1943 War of the Wildcats trailer
War of the Wildcats - 1943 b&w trailer - western John Wayne, Martha Scott, Albert Dekker oil geyser erupts - lots of horses - stagecoach falls over and explodes - lots of smoke plumes - women on fast moving stagecoach
BUBBLING OIL & PADDLEBOAT
A well spews oil high into the air. Bubbling oil. A paddleboat glides down a waterway.
VTM-135CV 1 inch
Science in Action #2
TV DRAMAS
GEYSER OF OIL & DIRT
06/15/73 C0035130 - COLOR YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING: YELLOWSTONE GASOLINE.
06/15/73 C0035130 - COLOR YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING: YELLOWSTONE GASOLINE. NXC 47464 "YELLOWSTONE GASOLINE" SHOWS: TOURIST AND GEYSER: CARS WAIT TO ENTER: BEAR COMES TO CAR WINDOW: CARS GET GAS: COUPLE BY ROCKS: ELK ALONG ROAD: WATERFALL: (SHOT 6/15/73 52FT) WYOMING - YELLOWSTONE PARKS - WYOMING - YELLOWSTONE WATERFALLS - WYOMING - YELLOWSTONE GEYSERS - WYOMING - YELLWOSTONE TOURISM - WYOMING - YELLOWSTONE OIL & GAS ANIMALS - ELK ANIMALS - BEARS ENERGY (CRISIS) XX / 52 FT / 16 ORIG / COLOR / OPT TRACK 600 FT / 16 ORIG / COLOR / CUTS / 2 ROLLS /
Thumper Trucks
GOVERNOR GRAVES HAS ORDERED THE KANSAS GEOLOGICAL SURVEY TO LOCATE POCKETS OF GAS STILL UNDER HUTCHINSON, KS
TV DRAMAS
GEYSER OF OIL & DIRT
BP STOPS OIL SPEWING FROM GULF GUSHER / SUTTLES PRESSER P1
FTG OF BRITISH PETROLEUM (BP) CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER (COO) DOUG SUTTLES PRESS CONFERENCE / PRESSER / NEWSER / AFTER OIL STOPPED GUSHING INTO THE GULF OF MEXICO FROM BP'S BUSTED WELL FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THE DISASTROUS SPILL BEGAN. The oil has stopped. For now. After 85 days and up to 184 million gallons, BP finally gained control over one of America's biggest environmental catastrophes Thursday by placing a carefully fitted cap over a runaway geyser that has been gushing crude into the Gulf of Mexico since early spring.
EBC-249 Beta SP
ENERGY FOR THE FUTURE
BP STOPS OIL SPEWING FROM GULF GUSHER / SUTTLES PRESSER P2
FTG OF BRITISH PETROLEUM (BP) CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER (COO) DOUG SUTTLES PRESS CONFERENCE / PRESSER / NEWSER / AFTER OIL STOPPED GUSHING INTO THE GULF OF MEXICO FROM BP'S BUSTED WELL FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THE DISASTROUS SPILL BEGAN. The oil has stopped. For now. After 85 days and up to 184 million gallons, BP finally gained control over one of America's biggest environmental catastrophes Thursday by placing a carefully fitted cap over a runaway geyser that has been gushing crude into the Gulf of Mexico since early spring.
1950s NEWSREELS
TNT SETS OFF UNDERGROUND OIL GEYSER
Pathe
Five Year Plan begins in the Soviet Union
AFP-67AN 16mm; VTM-67AN Beta SP
DISASTERS 3
NORTH AMERICA
LS OIL GEYSER GUSHING UP FROM DERRICK
BP STOPS OIL SPEWING FROM GULF GUSHER / SUTTLES PRESSER / COMPLETE
FTG OF BRITISH PETROLEUM (BP) CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER (COO) DOUG SUTTLES PRESS CONFERENCE / PRESSER / NEWSER / AFTER OIL STOPPED GUSHING INTO THE GULF OF MEXICO FROM BP'S BUSTED WELL FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE THE DISASTROUS SPILL BEGAN. The oil has stopped. For now. After 85 days and up to 184 million gallons, BP finally gained control over one of America's biggest environmental catastrophes Thursday by placing a carefully fitted cap over a runaway geyser that has been gushing crude into the Gulf of Mexico since early spring.
AFP-40-O 16mm VTM-40-O Beta SP
JOURNEY: OIL AND THE PEOPLES OF THE WORLD
1950s NEWSREELS
MS WORKERS PLANT TNT IN GROUND OF COLUMBIA'S JUNGLE IN SEARCH OF OIL. GEYSER SHOOTS UP FROM JUNGLE GROUND
AFP-65C 16mm
INDIVISIBLY ONE
Canada Oil Spill - Crude oil gushes through suburban area after pipeline accident
NAME: CAN OIL SPILL 20070725I TAPE: EF07/0887 IN_TIME: 10:58:04:20 DURATION: 00:02:03:19 SOURCES: AP TELEVISION/CTV DATELINE: Vancouver, 24 July 2007 RESTRICTIONS: Part No Access Canada SHOTLIST AP Television 1. Wide shot of oil gushing out of pipe onto round and surrounding area 2. Medium shot of oil spill 3. Close up shot of oil gushing out, zoom out CBC - No Access Canada 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, resident: "All I saw was black everywhere, all up the street and black on the trees." 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, resident: "It was spraying everywhere, and there were people kind of running everywhere, wondering what to do, and there was a lady across the street yelling, wondering what she should do with her kids." AP Television 6. Pan from emergency response vehicles to oil gushing out of roadway CBC - No Access Canada 7. Aerial shot of oil slicked road after spill is contained 8. Aerial shot of ocean, where oil spilled into 9. Wide shot of oil coated construction equipment 10. Wide shot of construction crew inspecting where oil was gushing from 11. Close up of inspection of hole where oil came out of 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Derek Corrigan, Mayor of Burnaby "We're going to have to sort out exactly how this mistake was made because there certainly wasn't according to our drawings any possibility of connecting with any pipelines at the place we were digging." 13. Various shots of oil covered construction equipment 14. Wide shot of house, with oil all over street in front 15. Close up of car covered by oil 16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vox pop, Oil spilled on property "I got a phone call from my parents, said don't think about coming home tonight. Probably won't be coming back in until late tonight or tomorrow sometime." 17. Close up of oil spill cleanup 18. Various shots of workers trying to cleanup oil spill 19. Various shots of ocean where oil spilled into 20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jay Ritchland, Suzuki Foundation: "That area has really high value bird habitat, so we've got shorebirds, water birds, ducks geese, seals and marine mammals use that area quite frequently." 21. Medium shot of workers trying to clean up oil spill 22. Various shots of tree covered with oil STORYLINE: A river of crude oil gushed through a suburban Vancouver neighbourhood and flowed downhill to the sea after an accident broke open a pipeline. The oil spill spewed a geyser that blackened lawns, greased the roadway and left a widening sheen on Burrard Inlet's waters on Tuesday. Officials said they had no idea yet of the size of the spill. Burnaby Mayor Derik Corrigan said the TransMountain pipeline was ruptured by city crews working on a road upgrade. "We're going to have to sort out exactly how this mistake was made because there certainly wasn't according to our drawings any possibility of connecting with any pipelines at the place we were digging," Corrigan said. Officials knocked on about 100 doors to tell residents they may have to evacuate. As of late Tuesday afternoon, fewer than two dozen were considering leaving. "All I saw was black everywhere, all up the street and black on the trees," said one resident. "I got a phone call from my parents, said don't think about coming home tonight. Probably won't be coming back in until late tonight or tomorrow sometime," said another resident. The growing slick prompted Vancouver Mayor Sam Sullivan to assure residents the city will take "urgent action" to protect the Vancouver Port and Stanley Park, which are about 17 kilometres (10.5 miles) down the inlet toward the ocean. It was unclear whether tides could hasten the spill's spread. "That area has really high value bird habitat, so we've got shorebirds, water birds, ducks geese, seals and marine mammals use that area quite frequently," said Jay Ritchland of the environmental organisation the Suzuki Foundation. One man told local radio that oil gushed from the damaged line for almost half an hour. Philippe Reicher, a spokesman for Kinder Morgan Canada, confirmed his company owns the pipeline. He said it carries crude oil from Edmonton to the Burnaby area, where it is stored before being piped onto ocean tankers for distribution. He said the pipeline was hit by a contractor not employed by Kinder Morgan. Reicher said pipeline operators noticed the break soon after it occurred around noon Tuesday and shut off the flow. A spokesman with the Ministry of Environment said ministry officials were on the scene.
AERIALS AND PRESSER P1
Dale West crew flew over site with Gov Jindal earlier / FOLLOWED BY PRESSER W/ LA GOVERNOR BOBBY JINDAL.. Crew has Jindal on tape talking about the incident: He was not overly concerned since the necessary assets (skimmers & well workers) are already in the area for Deepwater incident so response will be faster than normal. Assets/Resources needed to evaluate and fix the wellhead should be in place by 5p CT/ 6p ET and hope to have the situation contained shortly thereafter. USCG is onsite at wellhead. This is in relatively shallow water. Crew says you can clearly see a geyser coming above the water, unsure of actual height. There are also aerials from NNS. LATEST ON WELLHEAD: They are on scene- investigating incident which appears to have been caused by the barge Canton Buford being pushed by Pier Ana vessel into the structure. -2 USCG Command Centers dealing with this incident. Mobile and New Orleans- USCG Gulf Strike Team out of Station/Sector Mobile has been activated and is enroute -They place the incident in Mud Lake a section of Barataria Bay- Aircraft with pollution investigator on board enroute to determine size of spill, other pollution investigators activated as well -The Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund has been enacted for monetary support of operations- ESH Group has been contracted for clean up and is currently on scene