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Thanks much for visiting us! Here are a few of the sites around the web that we recommend.

API
American Petroleum Institute site provides information on origin of petroleum, industrial technology, and petroleum products.

AADE: American Association of Drilling Engineers
The American Association of Drilling Engineers (AADE) is an all volunteer organization made up of an affiliation of independent chapters licensed by the National Board.

Alternative Energy Institute
The Alternative Energy Institute (AEI)

EIA Kids’ Page
US Energy Information Administration.

Energy Education Fund
Their goal is to facilitate unique and engaging educational programs for students across the Appalachian Basin, and the teachers that support them, to grow a new wave of workers in the energy industry. 

Energy Hog
Learn how to improve energy efficiency in your home.

EnergyQuest Room
Energy education especially for kids from the California Energy Commission. Includes projects, experiments, and descriptions of many types of energy.

Energy Sites for Kids – Nicor
Nicor supports education at every age. We offer free classroom materials, resources and opportunities for scholarships.

Energy4Me
Energy4me is an energy information resource for elementary and secondary educators.

NEED-Nation Energy Education Development Project
Promotes energy awareness through education and networks of students, educators, business, government and community leaders. .

Oil and Gas for Britain: Education
The voice of the offshore industry.

Oil on my Shoes
Oil On My Shoes will help you understand the science of Petroleum Geology,

School Science
The Association for Science Education.

Serpent Project
SERPENT is an exciting collaboration with the gas and oil industry providing scientists with access to cutting-edge ROV (Remotely Operated Vehicle) technology for deep-sea research.

TEA TEEAC Webpage
The Texas Environmental Education Advisory Committee (TEEAC).

TXOGA
TXOGA has teamed up with the Oilfield Energy Center to bring the Mobile Oilfield Learning Unit (MOLU) to schools across the State of Texas. 

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