Drilling for oil in Alaska by Christopher LaMarca

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An Oil rig worker, referred to as a 'roughneck' outside during 60 degree below zero weather with the wind chill. Photograph taken at sunrise..Above the Arctic Circle off the coast of Alaska's North Slope in the Beaufort Sea is Oooguruk Island, where the Trans-Alaska Pipeline starts.  The 6 acre man-made island is the site of an oil rig, which runs 12 hours a day, seven days a week.