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Katrina Clipreel Vol. 1 (26 Aug- 2 Sep 2005): Part 1
Title:
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Summary: Cleanup After Hurricane Hits Region, 7 Dead, 5 Missing After Katrina Dumps Heavy Rain On Southern Florida
Story No: X03570
Source: POOL, APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/26/2005 12:00 PM
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US Katrina

Cleanup after hurricane hits region

APTN

26 August 2005, Florida

1. Wide shot of cars driving through flooded roadway

2. Closer shot of cars driving through high waters

3. Trees down in neighbourhood

4. Wide pan of flooded neighbourhood

5. SOUNDBITE (English) Ryan Quavis, Miami Resident

"It was worse than I thought it was going to be. I mean, it was blowing hard. I mean, it sounded like a rain coming through the house."

6. Wide shot of flooded neighbourhood, push into residents in front yard surveying damage

7. Pan of high water in neighbourhood street

8. Wide shot of damaged highway overpass

9. Shots of trucks working on damage

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Alfred Lurigados, Director of Engineering, Miami Dade Expressway Authority

"We last night around 9pm received a call we had a bridge collapse. We assessed the scene, the Florida Highway Patrol was out here and as a trooper arrived, he noticed that some other beams were collapsing, which were the ones that were off to the north side of the structure. And we had beams, about 16 beams, collapse on 836 eastbound between 87th avenue and 107th avenue. About 15-hundred tons of concrete and steel came crashing down on the expressway."

12. Crane lifting big chunk of concrete

13. Truck driving through flooded street

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US KATRINA 2

7 dead, 5 missing after Katrina dumps heavy rain on southern Florida

APTN/POOL

26 August 2005, Florida

APTN

Miami-Dade County, Florida - August 26, 2005

1. Driving shots of neighbourhood flooded by hurricane

2. Sailboats, at a pier, damaged by hurricane

3. Wider shot of tipped-over sailboats at Coconut Grove Marina

4. Sign for Kendall-Tamiami Airport

5. Men trying to flip over a small plane that was overturned by the hurricane

6. Pilot looking at his damaged plane

7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Eusevio Valdes, Owner, General Aviation International

"What happened? Well, heavy weather, heavy winds, more than we were expecting."

8. Overturned small plane

9. Closer shot of broken window and damage to plane

10. Men trying to flip over another small plane

11. Overturned small plane

12. Trucks and cars driving past downed trees in road

13. Shots of man sawing downed tree in road

POOL

Tallahassee, Florida - August 26, 2005

16. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jeb Bush, Governor of Florida

"We're at least three days away from another landfall, which means the families in the Panhandle area once again should take precautions to prepare for the possibility of a storm coming."

APTN

Tallahassee, Florida - August 26, 2005

17. Wide pan of Florida Emergency Operations Centre

18. Close shot of computer showing graphic of storm's path, pull out to wider shot of analysts looking at screen

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Subjects: Natural hazards, Floods and flooding, Environment and nature, Natural disasters, Weather, Floods and flooding, Accidents and Disasters, General News, Environment, Weather conditions
Locations: Miami
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Katrina Clipreel Vol. 1 (26 Aug- 2 Sep 2005): Part 2
Title:
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Summary: Flooding, High Winds, Preps For Hurricane Katrina
Story No: X03571
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/28/2005 12:00 PM
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US KATRINA 2

Flooding, high winds, preps for Hurricane Katrina

APTN

28 August 2005, Mobile/Dauphin Island

1. Wide shot of pharmacy

2. Pharmacy employees boarding up windows

3. Boy putting iron sheets on windows

4. Wide shot of the east bound traffic on Inter-state 10

5. Various of waves crashing onto highway

6. Wide shot of waves with bridge in background

7. Palm trees blowing in wind

8. Various of waves crashing around home

9. Various of water moving to street

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Roland McRae, Cedar Point Resident:

"It's going to be tough on a lot of people but you live on the water, it's kind of like in football: you live by the pass, sometimes you die by the pass. Here you live by the water and you're going to get spanked every now and then."

11. Pan from water to police on road

12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lieutenant Richard Cayton, Mobile County Sheriff's Office:

"Water is starting to come across the road and if necessary we'll have to shut it down."

13. Wide shot police directing a truck in the opposite direction

10. Speed limit sign blowing in wind with palm trees in background

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Subjects: Automotive accidents, Transportation Accidents, Transportation Accidents, Transportation, Accidents, Accidents and Disasters, General News
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Katrina Clipreel Vol. 1 (26 Aug- 2 Sep 2005): Part 3
Title:
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Summary: Day Pictures As Hurricane Looms Over New Orleans, Stills
Story No: X03572
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/29/2005 12:00 PM
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US KATRINA DAY 2

Day pix as hurricane looms over New Orleans, stills

APTN

Hammond, Louisiana - 29 August 2005

1. Pull back from water tower to trees blowing in wind

2. Zoom in view of sign blown over

3. Pan of downed power lines

Baton Rouge, Louisiana - 29 August 2005

4. Fire engine driving down street

5. Close-up house and trees

6. Flag blowing

7. Long shot man walking in rain

8. Close-up Albert and Fidel Ray walking in rain

9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Albert Ray, Mexican tourist:

"We are from Mexico, pure drought, so this is new for us. We had to come back and see how it really is."

10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Fidel Ray, Mexican tourist:

"I have never see it. It is the first time I have see it and I'm a little bit scared."

11. Pan from trees to Mississippi River

12. Mid shot bridge and gang-way to USS Kidd

Mobile, Alabama

13. Pan view of waves in Mobile Bay

14. Close-up waves crashing over wall

15. Mid shot of downtown, rain

16. Pan view from water to sandbags in front of windows and doors

17. Mid shot sandbags in doorway

18. Mid shot trees blowing, cars driving by

19. Wide and close-up signs blowing, sheets of rain going across street

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Subjects: Plants, Natural hazards, Environment and nature, Environment
Locations: New Orleans
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Katrina Clipreel Vol. 1 (26 Aug- 2 Sep 2005): Part 4
Title:
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Summary: Latest Cover Of Destruction After Hurricane Katrina
Story No: X03573
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/30/2005 12:00 PM
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US HURRICANE 5

Latest cover of destruction after Hurricane Katrina

APTN

Biloxi, Mississippi 30 August 2005

1. Wind blown waterfront of Biloxi, Mississippi

2. Bay front of Biloxi

3. Muddy street - pan up to buildings

4. Muddy street with collapse building

5. Street sign collapsed

6. Apartment complex without walls

7. Collapsed roof - pull back to wide shot

8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Shirley Robinson, Biloxi Resident:

"And during the storm we saw title surges, water cover things that, just amazed me how it covered houses, cars, cars moving down the street just terrible."

9. Street sign - junction

10. Collapsed parking lot ramp

11. Pan from building parking lot to field of debris

12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lee Doner, St. Martin's Mississippi Resident:

"I didn't think is would be as bad as it was but it came through when the tide was coming in. And, St. Martin's school over there in Leymone is totally destroyed, it was underwater. Our house has got about a foot of water in it. Everything out and around from our house down got about waste deep or higher."

13. SOUNDBITE: (English) David Polovich, Biloxi Resident:

"Look at the destruction, tore up. (REPORTER: Anything else you'd like to add?) Send a lot of help. That's it, food, and whatever you got."

14. Building standing along the waterfront

15. Hard Rock hotel logo

16. Roadway with damaged signs

17. Waterfront wreckage

18. SOUNDBITE: (English) Shirley Robinson, Biloxi Resident:

"There's not a word to describe it. Wondering how long it's going to take for things to get back to normal. Power, water, food, gas, stores destroyed, gas stations destroyed, homes destroyed, loss of life. There's no question in my mind that if there's ever a storm approaching, next time we're going to leave the area. And we won't worry about trying to get back because as you can see there's not much to come back to."

19. Waterfront hotel and marina - pan to parking lot

20. Building torn away

21. Parking lot torn away

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Subjects: Natural hazards, Environment and nature, Environment
Locations: Biloxi
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Katrina Clipreel Vol. 1 (26 Aug- 2 Sep 2005): Part 5
Title:
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Summary: Coverage Of Aftermath From Slidell And Gulfport
Story No: X03574
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/30/2005 12:00 PM
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US Hurricane 7

APTN coverage of aftermath from Slidell and Gulfport

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Slidell, Louisiana, 30 August 2005

1. Slidell residents moving their belongings in a canoe through flooded waters, pull out to wide shot of scene

2. Man moving his belongings in a plastic bag out of canoe

3. Rescue vehicle moving through neighbourhood

4. Trucks and home in high waters

5. People walking through knee-deep water

6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Don Montana, Slidell Resident

"It wasn't scary until the wind shifted. I came over and the wind shifted around and the water just came up, I mean, out of nowhere. And everybody here was trying to head for higher ground and there is no higher ground. It was pretty scary."

7. House standing in high water

8. Damaged gas station

9. Ambulance driving down street, pull out to see boat crashed into side of road

10. Boat stranded on side of road

11. Car stuck under fallen trees, pan up to see trees on house

12. Cars on highway trying to drive towards New Orleans

13. State trooper turning driver away

Gulfport, Mississippi - 30 August 2005

14. Damaged tourism building in Gulfport

15. Crane, pull out to see wide shot of damage

16. Shots of boats washed up ashore

17. Shots of a long line of cars on highway

18. Wide shot of rural western Mississippi, push into closer shot of damaged home

19. Truck driving through high waters, past car stuck in flood

20. Sign for Patton's Restaurant, pan over to see restaurant in flooded waters

21. Pull out to wide shot of flooded neighbourhood

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Subjects: Natural hazards, Environment and nature, Environment
Locations: Mississippi
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Katrina Clipreel Vol. 1 (26 Aug- 2 Sep 2005): Part 6
Title:
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Summary: Aftermath, Search, In Biloxi, Gulfport And Slidell (A)
Story No: X03575
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/30/2005 12:00 PM
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US KATRINA

Aftermath, search, in Biloxi, Gulfport and Slidell

APTN

Biloxi, Mississippi, 30 August 2005

1. Wide shot of boat in field of debris

2. Mid shot of boat

3. Pull out from man sitting in rubble

4. SOUNDBITE (English): Gobbie Roberts Junior, Funeral Home Director:

"I have been on at least six recoveries and we've had crews out all morning long recovering other bodies."

5. Wide shot of rescue worker and dog searching for people

6. SOUNDBITE (English): Gobbie Roberts Junior, Funeral Home Director:

"There are more to recover, it's just a matter of going through the debris and uncovering these people."

7. Pan of debris and cars

8. Wide shot of Hard Rock Casino by river

9. Pan of front side of Hard Rock Casino

10. SOUNDBITE (English): Jerry Redmond, Hard Rock Casino Builder:

"Well it's just about the same feeling I had when I looking at the World Trade Centre being bombed, I know it's not as bad but it's just kind of like our little baby (Hard Rock Casino), getting ready to open up, it was supposed to open officially at midnight either last night or tonight and it's just totally devastating."

11. Heavy machinery cleaning up debris

12. Woman and dog

13. SOUNDBITE (English): Bonnie Lambert, Biloxi Resident:

"I can't even describe it, that's how bad it was. It was like a freight train, an aeroplane, a tornado - and it never stopped. And the house kept popping up and down where the roof tried to come off and then all the water came through the floor and bubbled up and filled up the house- unbelievable. But my house is still whole, everything from here to the beach is gone."

14. Pan from Quiet Water Beach apartment building where at least 30 died, to slab that used to have a building on it

15. Pan from beach to Quiet Water Beach apartment building where at least 30 died

16. Pull out from man and boy in rubble

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Subjects: Lifestyle, Casinos, Gambling Facilities, Gambling Facilities, Travel, Coastlines and beaches, Environment and nature, Land features, Land, Entertainment, Gaming, Leisure travel, Environment, Gambling, Games
Locations: Biloxi
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Katrina Clipreel Vol. 1 (26 Aug- 2 Sep 2005): Part 7
Title:
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Summary: Aftermath, Search, In Biloxi, Gulfport And Slidell (B)
Story No: X03576
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/30/2005 12:00 PM
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US KATRINA

Aftermath, search, in Biloxi, Gulfport and Slidell

APTN

Slidell, Louisiana

17. Slidell residents moving their belongings in a canoe through flooded waters, pull out to wide shot of scene

18. Man moving his belongings in a plastic bag out of canoe

19. Rescue vehicle moving through neighbourhood

20. SOUNDBITE (English): Don Montana, Slidell Resident with damaged home:

"It wasn't scary until the wind shifted. I came over and the wind shifted around and the water just came up, I mean, out of nowhere. And everybody here was trying to head for higher ground and there is no higher ground. It was pretty scary."

21. Damaged petrol station

22. Ambulance driving down street, pull out to see boat crashed into side of road

23. Boat stranded on side of road

24. Car stuck under fallen trees, pan up to see trees on house

25. Cars on highway trying to drive towards New Orleans

26. State trooper turning driver away

Gulfport, Mississippi

27. Damaged tourism building

28. Shots of boats washed up ashore

29. Shots of a long line of cars on highway

30. Truck driving through high waters, past car stuck in flood

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Locations: Biloxi
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Katrina Clipreel Vol. 1 (26 Aug- 2 Sep 2005): Part 8
Title:
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Summary: Survivors In Biloxi, Devastation, Beginning Of Clean Up
Story No: X03577
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/31/2005 12:00 PM
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US DESTRUCTION

Survivors in Biloxi, devastation, beginning of clean up

APTN

Biloxi, 31 Aug 2005

1. Men sorting through a pile of rubble, pull out to see wide shot of huge amounts of debris

2. Pan over neighbourhood of debris

3. Resident Gordon Delarie standing on top of debris

4. Wide pan of devastated neighbourhood; camera stops at Gordon Delarie's house

5. Delarie walks into his house, shows destruction

6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gordon Delarie, Biloxi resident whose house was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina

"When I saw the water go over that two storey house there, I knew we were in trouble. We were inside and we were trying to barricade, but it just exploded, the windows exploded, the doors right out, just tore out. We had to swim out and all this debris was coming at us, just huge amounts of wood were coming at us, and we got across there. The only thing that saved me, I grabbed one of those Sea Doos, you know Sea Doo? (a type of jet ski) And it was holding me up and these guys were a little bit ahead of me and he pulled me out once and we finally got around and finally got way up there and got out of the water, you know. And then that was it. The house was totally full of water."

7. Walking shot through the destruction in Delarie's house

8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gordon Delarie, Biloxi resident whose house was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina

"There were a lot of people killed right here, you know. There was thirty people killed over here, there was three or four people killed right here, there was, right here, they pulled bodies out right here, they had the dogs going through here and they've been finding bodies there. A police officer up the street is my friend, he was telling me he took thirty bodies out of the Saddler (apartment building) and that''s just two blocks over, the Saddler Apartments."

9. Man walking through debris in neighbourhood

10. Pan of debris

11. Piles of wood, Deborah Moffett's house in background

12. Deborah Moffett talking to neighbour

13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Deborah Moffett, Biloxi Resident whose house was damaged by Hurricane Katrina

"First it just was a little rain and we didn't expect for it to be this bad. And then, next thing you know, the water came up. It came all the way up to the window of the house. We looked like we were sitting in the middle of a river. It was moving the cars down the street, as you can see, the cars are all piled up. All this debris is from the next two streets over. It tore up all them people's homes and things. And we just were really blessed that we survived through that."

14. Moffett's house behind a pile of debris, pan over to see more of neighbourhood

15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Deborah Moffett, Biloxi Resident whose house was damaged by Hurricane Katrina

"So, I just give thanks to the Lord. I'm not moving. I'm going to stay here and clean up and try to do it again. That's all."

16. Walking shot through Moffett's house into her backyard, which is filled with rubble

17. Wide shot of displaced truck and cars and rubble, in front of Moffett's house

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Katrina Clipreel Vol. 1 (26 Aug- 2 Sep 2005): Part 9
Title:
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Summary: Bush Says Katrina Is One Of The Worst Natural Disasters In US History, Aftermath From Across The Hurricane Disaster Region
Story No: X03578
Source: APTN, POOL
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/31/2005 12:00 PM
People: Donald Rumsfeld, George Bush
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US BUSH 2

Bush says Katrina is one of the worst natural disasters in US history

POOL

Washington DC, 31 August 2005

1. Close-up of President Bush walking to podium

2. Cutaway of photographers

3. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, U.S. President:

"We are dealing with one of the worst natural disasters in our nation's history. And that is why I have called the Cabinet together. People in the affected regions would expect the government to work with the state government and the local government with an effective response."

4. Side view of Bush speaking

5. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, U.S. President:

"This recovery will take a long time. This recovery will take years. Our efforts are now focused on three priorities - our first priority is to save lives. We are assisting local officials in New Orleans in evacuating any remaining citizens from the affected area."

6. Close-up of U.S. Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld listening

7. SOUNDBITE: (English) George W. Bush, U.S. President:

"The folks of the Gulf coast are going to need the help of this country for a long time. This is going to be a difficult road. The challenges we face on the ground are unprecedented. But there is no doubt in my mind we are going to succeed. Right now the days seem awfully dark for those affected, I understand that. But I am confident that with time you get your life back in order, new communities will flourish, the great city of New Orleans will be back on its feet and America will be a stronger place for it. The country stands with you, we'll do all in our power to help you. May God bless you. Thank you."

8. Pan view as Bush walks back into Oval Office

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US DESTRUCTION 4

Aftermath from across the hurricane disaster region

APTN

31 Aug 2005

Biloxi, Mississippi

1. Wide shot of destroyed President Casino leaning up against a hotel

2. Pan of destroyed casino crashed up against a hotel

3. Mississippi flag flying near devastation, damaged Treasure Bay Casino in background

4. Close shot of damage to Treasure Bay Casino

6. I-90 highway completely ripped apart, pull out to wide shot of highway rubble

7. Destroyed storefront along coast

8. I-Hop restaurant sign standing amidst rubble of the restaurant, which was destroyed

9. Pan of demolished storefront, camera stops at American flag out front

10. Cars and other debris lying in a ditch

11. White van crashed up on a fence

Slidell, Louisiana

12. Wide shot of debris and rubble in affluent neighbourhood outside Slidell

13. Boat washed ashore and crashed among the debris

14. Engeran family walking past debris where house once stood

15. SOUNDBITE: (English) JJ Engeran, Slidell Resident who lost his house in Hurricane Katrina:

"Right now, just, I'm bringing my wife so that she can see the mess. And we're going to just try to pick up the pieces and go from there. It's incredible. That's all you can do. Fortunately enough, I videotaped it, just so that we'll have something to remember it, you know. But other than that, we lost everything. Actually everything."

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Subjects: Environment, Travel, Natural disasters, Casinos, Gambling Facilities, Gaming, Natural hazards, Entertainment, Gambling, Games, Leisure travel, Accidents and Disasters, General News, Environment and nature, Gambling Facilities, Lifestyle
People: Donald Rumsfeld, George Bush
Locations: Biloxi
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Katrina Clipreel Vol. 1 (26 Aug- 2 Sep 2005): Part 10
Title:
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Summary: Oil reserves to be released to boost supply
Story No: X03579
Source: APTN
Aspect Ratio: 4:3
Date: 08/31/2005 12:00 PM
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US Oil

Oil reserves to be released to boost supply

APTN

New York City - 31 August, 2005

1. Wide petrol station

2. Close up petrol prices

3. Car by petrol pump

4. Man putting petrol into car

5. Close up petrol meter going up

6. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, Kent Smith:

"Gas (petrol) prices are definitely too high. We thought we went to war and gases will go down and things like that. I'm a veteran, I understand, I understand why we're there (in Iraq) and all that, but gas should go down."

7. Man putting petrol into truck

8. Close up meter

9. SOUNDBITE (English) Vox pop, Edwin Roque:

"Honestly I don't know. I might start seeking work elsewhere where I don't have to use my own vehicle because it's getting that bad."

10. Truck driving off

11. Oil traders in oil pit at New York Mercantile Exchange

12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vahan Janjigian, Forbes Investor Advisory Institute:

"I think we've known for quite some time in this country that there really is no shortage of crude oil. The major problem has been refining capacity. So, as a result we have a lot of trouble refining the crude oil into the end products like gasoline. Releasing oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve is more of a psychological move and it certainly is a good thing to do because it will make market players feel better. But the major problem is turning that oil into gasoline and right now there are about eight refineries shut down and refining capacity was already very tight. So, even if we have all the oil in the world we cannot convert it into gasoline as quickly as we need it."

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13. Aerial of oil platform offshore

14. Aerial of oil platform offshore

15. Wide pan of oil facility

New York City - 31 August, 2005

16. Petrol station manager changing prices to show higher prices

17. Manager changing numbers

18. Close up price sign after price changes, (one type of petrol over three US dollars at this Manhattan petrol station)

19. Pan oil traders at New York Mercantile Exchange

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Subjects: Crude Oil and Natural Gas Markets, Energy Markets, Corporate capital, Gasoline, Motor fuel markets, Petroleum Refining, Petroleum and coal refining, Refined petroleum product markets, Corporate news, Energy, Energy markets, Commodity markets, Financial markets, Coal, Oil and Natural Gas, Business, Production facility outages, Production facilities, Oil refinery outages, Facilities, Crude Oil Markets
Locations: New York City
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