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Learning About Fossil Fuels - For Younger Students

Coal Lessons


Coal is our most abundant and lowest cost fuel for making electricity. New technology is making it cleaner.

an energy lesson
Fossil Energy Study Guides
Oil Lessons


We still have a lot of oil left in the ground. Learn how we can get more of this valuable fuel from underground rocks.

an energy lesson
Natural Gas Lessons

Natural Gas

We've all seen the blue flame on top of a gas stove or beneath a gas furnace. But where do we get the gas that fuels the flame?

an energy lesson
Introducing Dr. H. Carbon who will reveal some fascinating facts about fossil fuels.

Dr. H. Carbon will appear in this spot throughout several of the following pages to ask you questions about fossil fuels (and give you the answers).

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