Produced film on the Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission, covering its 1935 formation, purpose and principles. Contains live
footage mixed with animation documenting oil and gas well planning and construction. Topics covered include unitized fields and the water drive technique. Also provides a brief history of the
petroleum industry and makes a case for petroleum as a continued energy source for the United States. Includes footage of the Interstate Oil & Gas Compact Commission headquarters in
Oklahoma and a plaque for Drake Well Park in Pennsylvania. Film closes with the logos of the Interstate Oil Compact Commission and Sunoco, with a title card reading, "From the Film Libraries of
Sun Oil Company". Color internegative picture with sound. Extra metadata on film leader includes: "End- Print 1; Interneg. [Internegative]."