If you’ve been watching Mike Rowe’s “6 Degrees” series, you’ve probably had a pretty good time discovering how closely our history, technology, and world are connected. It’s true. And when it comes to modern life—our kitchen appliances, medical technology, cell phones, cars and more—natural gas and oil play a central role.
Access to reliable, affordable, natural gas and oil make modern life possible. In 2019, 27% of the petroleum produced in America was used to make products other than fuels, including computers, eyeglasses, crayons, credit cards, life jackets, clothing, basketballs, contact lenses, dentures, artificial limbs and much, much more.
With technology ever-evolving, our need for these products is critical.
Join Energy Citizens to learn more about the ways we can continue to make modern life possible all while reducing carbon dioxide emissions.