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Energy Days is an annual program on the energy industry for fifth-grade students in a fifty-mile circle centered on Bartlesville, Oklahoma. It is a three-day program in which students experience eight hands-on activities and other demonstrations about how petroleum is discovered, produced, processed, and utilized in an environmentally safe manner. Over 800 students typically participate from over 15 different schools.


The 19th Annual Energy Days will be held in Spring 2016 at the Bartlesville Community Center

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ConocoPhillips, Phillips 66, and a variety of other energy companies provide funding via the Education/Career Development Committee Foundation. 250 volunteers - retired employees of Phillips and ConocoPhillips, teachers, and current ConocoPhillips and Phillips 66 employees - teach the students. Each student receives a T-shirt and teachers receive educational materials for their classrooms.

Becky Hoover founded the program and directed it for the first 15 years. The current directors are Kay Bjornen and John Hays.

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Website by Granger Meador, ECDC Chair