National Geographic : 1978 Mar
The form of energy isless important than the fact of energy. Our need for energy is great. And even with sensible conserva tion, the need will continue to grow. But fortunately, energy takes many forms. Among them are oil, natural gas, coal, and uranium for nuclear power. At Conoco, our 44,000 people produce all these forms of energy. And what they learn from one helps them develop others. For instance, as natural gas becomes harder to find, our petro leum experts and coal experts are working together-in such diverse places as Scotland and South Dakota-to find better ways to turn coal into gas. This can help alleviate natural gas shortages that have become all too frequent. Energy, like inventiveness, can take many forms. And many of them come from Conoco. Conoco) Doing more with energy.