[I]n the far north of Siberia, north of the Arctic circle, is the Jamal peninsula. This is the territory of the Nenets, one of the very last nomadic populations. Together with their reindeer herds, the Nenets wander around the Siberia tundra, where many are fishermen. Over the last decade the biggest gas reserves of the world have been found on the peninsula. Slowly, the gas industry is claiming the territory of the Nenets endangering their traditional way of life.