cars or vehicles at a Total petrol or gas station filling up at the petrol pumps at Crocodile Bridge, Kruger National Park, South Africa
RFWTYX57cars or vehicles at a Total petrol or gas station filling up at the petrol pumps at Crocodile Bridge, Kruger National Park, South Africa
Petrol Forecourt Pumps
RMC01T55Petrol Forecourt Pumps
Man selecting fuel pump at Total gas station for refueling his car
RME97NT0Man selecting fuel pump at Total gas station for refueling his car
Berlin, Germany, Total petrol station in Berlin Heidestrasse
RMF1BWFCBerlin, Germany, Total petrol station in Berlin Heidestrasse
Petrol Pumps at a Total petrol Station, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, UK
RMM6G80CPetrol Pumps at a Total petrol Station, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England, UK
The burned pumps of the Total Fuel station after a lightning strike. The fire occurred on 13 November 2021
RF2J03FRJThe burned pumps of the Total Fuel station after a lightning strike. The fire occurred on 13 November 2021
Gas Pump, USA
RMDJ2CA5Gas Pump, USA
TOTAL petrol station forecourt with SPAR supermarket on a winters day Nottingham England UK
RMCEE7E9TOTAL petrol station forecourt with SPAR supermarket on a winters day Nottingham England UK
petrol station at night
RMB7CAH5petrol station at night
Gas station pumps with various grades of fuel.
RMB6CBJ1Gas station pumps with various grades of fuel.
Filling station, Venice
RMJ362WNFilling station, Venice
An employee at a Total fuel station waits for customers in south Jakarta February 12, 2015. President Joko Widodo's decision to scrap petrol subsidies has removed one of the biggest obstacles stopping motorists filling up at pumps owned by foreign firms. And with more than one million new cars and almost 8 million motorcycles sold yearly, Southeast Asia's biggest economy is a potentially lucrative market forecast to become the world's largest importer of gasoline by 2018. Picture taken February 12, 2015.   REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS BUSINESS)
RM2E6BTWCAn employee at a Total fuel station waits for customers in south Jakarta February 12, 2015. President Joko Widodo's decision to scrap petrol subsidies has removed one of the biggest obstacles stopping motorists filling up at pumps owned by foreign firms. And with more than one million new cars and almost 8 million motorcycles sold yearly, Southeast Asia's biggest economy is a potentially lucrative market forecast to become the world's largest importer of gasoline by 2018. Picture taken February 12, 2015. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (INDONESIA - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS BUSINESS)