Commerce City Refinery

Title: Commerce City Refinery

Description
Pipeline at Suncor's Commerce City refinery.
Keywords
Refinery, pipeline, plant, Commerce City, Colorado
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3008 px width by 1960 px height
Resolution
300 x 195
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