EIA Kid's Page

01/28/2002
While browsing on the US Energy Information Administration's web page, I found an interesting area that was devoted to children. Click here to enlarge imageThe EIA Kid's Page was developed to pass on energy knowledge to young students who want to learn about energy.In collaboration with the National Energy Education Development (NEED) project, EIA helps maintain the site mainly for students and teachers who need information about energy.Among the companies or organizations involved in sponsoring NEED are Halliburton Foundation, Global Marine Inc., the US Minerals Management Service, and Shell Exploration & Production Co., as well as many of the state oil and gas associations. Th...
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