The sun sets over this Houston ship channel refinery and tank field. A panoramic photo taken from the air.

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Moments before sunrise the refinery is lit up like the golden hues behind it. An aerial shot taken by drone.
Moments before sunrise the refinery is lit up like the golden hues behind it. An aerial shot taken by drone.

A downward looking birds eye view of a Midland gas processing facility.
A downward looking birds eye view of a Midland gas processing facility.

Oil offloading to the waiting vessel at this ship channel terminal and then on to the market.
Oil offloading to the waiting vessel at this ship channel terminal and then on to the market.

A battery energy storage facility often used for renewable energy to storage power for the grid or project usage in the field.
A battery energy storage facility often used for renewable energy to storage power for the grid or project usage in the field.

A battery energy storage facility often used for renewable energy to storage power for the grid or project usage in the field.
A battery energy storage facility often used for renewable energy to storage power for the grid or project usage in the field.

The sun sets over this Houston ship channel refinery and tank field. A panoramic photo taken from the air.
The sun sets over this Houston ship channel refinery and tank field. A panoramic photo taken from the air.
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A U.S. Army Veteran with more than twenty years in the energy industry in and around the Houston, Texas area. Ken has more than fifteen years in commercial photography and is a FAA licensed drone pilot with professional certifications in both professional photography and drone/aerial photography. He has produced photography work for Chevron, Dow, Wood Group, Mustang, Foster Wheeler and many others.

www.bullockstudios.com  (346) 298-3759  bullockstudios@gmail.com

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