The Conoco Museum is a tribute to over 125 years of an international energy company and the global community of hard-working individuals that created it. Museum exhibitions outline the company's beginnings as a kerosene distributor to its current status as a top energy corporation.
Learn about the early years of founders E.W. Marland and Isaac Blake, see a replica of E.W.'s boardroom and listen to stories about the fascinating work of the seismic personnel known as Doodlebuggers. Stand in a replica research laboratory and enjoy a variety of interactive exhibits like the hands-on Fractionation Tower and the interactive Touraide game. Other featured artifacts include a 1917 Packard gas delivery truck, two horse-drawn wagons used to deliver kerosene, retro commercials from the '70s and '80s, plus a complete set of silver utensils from the Marland era.
The Conoco Museum also celebrates the company's origins in Ponca City. Visitors can learn about the city's refinery, one of the oldest operating refineries in the United States, and view a computer-generated simulation of the refinery's construction. Read through personal memories of employees and their families on the My Conoco Memories wall.