The fifty-gallon metal drums, intended to hold the gasoline supply for Isla Sorna, were discovered by Jack Thorne in his search for fuel. Three of them, all empty, were connected by a black PVC pipe and individual rubber hoses to the gas pumps at the worker’s village. Down an overgrown path to the right of the tennis courts, there was a storage shed with about a dozen drums standing upright. A few more were lying on their sides. They were all empty, a fact Thorne discovered while trying to find fuel to power the Jeep.