The oil and natural gas products that move through pipelines are an integral part of our modern way of life. Over 6,000 consumer products that we rely on every day are made using oil and natural gas.

Products made from oil and gas empower the sports industry by fueling transportation for athletes and fans, powering stadiums, and serving as essential components in the production of sporting equipment and apparel.


Including shin guards, soccer balls, uniforms, cleats, stadiums, fertilizers and lights.


Including turf, paint, stadiums, jerseys, cleats, helmets, padding, gloves, medical tape, and much more.


Hockey relies on many items made with natural gas and petroleum products, such as hockey nets, visors, skates, chest protectors, pucks, jerseys, gloves, and so much more.


All golfers rely on equipment that is made from natural gas and petroleum, including golf bags, golf balls, dry-fit clothes, shoes, and club grips. Natural gas is also used to power manufacturing and produce nitrogen-rich fertilizers for greens.


Basketball relies on many items made with natural gas and petroleum products, such as basketballs, jerseys, sneakers, arena lights, and so much more.


Baseball relies on many items made with natural gas and petroleum components, including baseballs, helmets, face guards, chest protectors, cleats, jerseys, gloves and fertilizers. Natural gas is also a key aspect of our stadium experience for cooking food and powering the electric grid.


This is what a hospital would look like without oil and natural gas. And nobody wants this!

Products made from oil and gas empower healthcare providers to heal wounds, save lives, deliver babies, and keep us healthy.

Hospital Equipment

Including exam tables, beds, bandages, syringes, and ambulances.


Including anesthesia, pill coatings, aspirin, and drug manufacturing.

Life-Saving Medical Devices

Including MRIs, IVs, pacemakers, and vitals-monitors.


The entire agricultural supply chain, including fertilizers, pesticides, planting, packaging, and distribution.

Protective Equipment/Sanitizer

Including hand sanitizer, latex gloves, scrubs, and biohazard containers.

Prosthetic Limbs/Assistive Braces

Including casts, prosthetics, crutches, and artificial hips.

Products made from oil and gas are all around us.

Without them, our lives would be a lot less comfortable.

Kids Beds/Mattresses

Including polyurethane foam, latex, nylon and synthetic fabric.


Including lenses, mineral oils, lipstick, perfume, and makeup.


Including microprocessors, display screens, batteries, and plastic casings.

Jet Fuel

This one’s pretty obvious, right?

Sports Equipment

Including astroturf, protective padding and helmets, balls, goal netting, and stadium seats.

Toiletries/Hygiene Products

Including creams, soaps, toothpaste, and plastic bottles.


Our world would be unrecognizable without oil and natural gas.

You can thank oil and natural gas for providing the things we need today, tomorrow and beyond.

Cell Phones

Including screens, controls, silicon chips, and plastic cases.

Eye Wear

Including plastic frames, contact lenses, and durable polycarbonates.

Car Tires/Roads

Including synthetic rubber and other carbons for tires, and bitumen for asphalt.


Including lightweight ethylene-based foam, synthetic leather, and rubber.

Glass Windows

Including the natural gas used to melt raw materials.


Including nylon, spandex, and polyester, used in more than half of all clothing.

Oil And Gas Are A Part Of Almost Everything We Touch.

Life. It takes Energy.