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Husband and Wife Duo of Darci & Kyle Chambers explore Quality Management and how Quality Matters at work, home and beyond. #QualityMatters explored the impacts us everywhere from the oil fields to the schools that educate out children, to the paper towels we use to clean up their mess and everything in between. As Benjamin Franklin said "The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten." You need the edge of quality in your organization.

#QualityMatters Darci & Kyle Chambers of Texas Quality Assurance

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Husband and Wife Duo of Darci & Kyle Chambers explore Quality Management and how Quality Matters at work, home and beyond. #QualityMatters explored the impacts us everywhere from the oil fields to the schools that educate out children, to the paper towels we use to clean up their mess and everything in between. As Benjamin Franklin said "The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten." You need the edge of quality in your organization.

    Episode0048 - Richard Spears - Oil & Gas, Frac vs FracK and more

    Episode0048 - Richard Spears - Oil & Gas, Frac vs FracK and more

    Thanks for tuning into the #QualityMatters Podcast. Let's start with a fun question here for the Oil & Gas World. Would a future president be able to stop to 'Frack'ing in the United States?







    Frac  vs Frack …  what’s the difference?  Well it's pretty straight forward, Frac is the term used in the Oil Industry for Hydraulic Fracking of rock to pump out oil and gas.  Water, sand and a bit of chemistry are sent down the hole, cracking the rock, the sand keeps the crack open while oil & gas are pumped out.  However, often times when more politically minded folks talk about it, they are talking about “Frack”ing F – R – A – C & K not F -R – A - C.  The loose term FRACK tends to talk about the entire Oil & Gas industry, so much far beyond the Frac’ing process.  Not just new wells, but millions of existing wells that are currently producing.  Oil Fields could decline at a sudden pace, from 12 million barrels a day in just the US, now short 2-3 million barrels a day worldwide. The ONLY place in the world oil output has been growing is in the United States over the past few years.  West Texas and Oklahoma are driving this increase.   World wide consumption and demand for energy is going up worldwide.  Regardless if you drive a Prius or an F-150 you’d be affected.  Texas alone is the 3rd largest producer of oil in the world.  Shutting down oil production in the US will shift power to the middle east and devastate all global economies.  Think about the billions of lives that will be immediately affected, from kids in poor African counties being denied access to Western medicine to your local Starbucks shutting down.  We are lifting more people from poverty every year than at any time in history.  We are LITERALLY fueling global success in the Oil & Gas Industry.  To turn the wells off will immediately stop that flow of success.  The US is one of 40 counties that matter for Oil Production.  There are still 39 other markets to move into if the US shuts down production, in areas such as Russia, or Ukraine, or Iran will be primed to increase Oil & Gas output. 







    On a different topic, it's fascinating how on the oil rig, speed is our number 1 priority , but in the factories, speed is not the number 1 factor. Speed might just be last on the priority list.  But our wells are often sub-optimal because speed is the first priority.  How much wasted effort and lost productivity is out there to be saved?







    We have to get rid of silo’s of information in the industry.   Drilling team – measured on speed.  Production & Reservoir folks should be giving feedback to the drilling team daily, and prepare better for the future. If the Reservoir folks were put in charge of drilling, it might take a year but the hole would be perfect.  How do you balance short term gains and long term success? 







    Business Forecasting – work on the best information possible and make and educated guess.  It might not work out that way, but set a target and be ready to pivot.







    Find out more about Richard Spears and Spears & Associates at the links below.Web https://spearsresearch.com/ Phone 918-496-3434

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    Episode 0047 - FRAC SAND & AIRIS Wellsite Services

    Episode 0047 - FRAC SAND & AIRIS Wellsite Services

    This week's episode is from the DUG Mid Continent HART Energy Conference. We spoke with AIRIS Wellsite Services about Frac Sand, and the OSHA Requirements for it. Kyle was HIGHLY skeptical at first, as we are sure many of our listeners are. However it quickly became clear that there is a often serious hazard at play there that needs folks like AIRIS Wellsite Services to help assist with. Its not the"sand" or the "dust" that is the hazard here, see you can cough up that stuff if you breath in (not advocating breathing in sand or dust), but this super fine particulate that can build in the air.







    Daily PEL "permissible exposure limit" from OSHA for sine silica {Frac Sand}







    Quite an interesting episode for you today for sure. This interview and our one on one chats were very eye opening for us, we hope it is for you too.







    If you have any questions or thoughts, please let us know. If you need help from some folks with real world experience that want to help you keep your people safe, and keep your business profitable at the same time, check out AIRS.

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    Episode 0046 - Sarge Summers - Military Service, Energy - Oil & Gas Industry

    Episode 0046 - Sarge Summers - Military Service, Energy - Oil & Gas Industry

    Podcasting again from the DUG Mid Continent Conference in Oklahoma City we met up with the man, the myth, the legend, Sarge Summers Founder - Owner of Sarge's Industry Solutions, LLC. Its funny, because Kyle and Sarge have talked for a couple years now, and tried several times to meet up, but business and schedules always got in the way, and then by chance we all met up at the conference. Needless to say, we could not let Sarge get away without some time on the #QualityMatters podcast.







    Great meeting up at the Hart Energy DUG Mid continent Conference







    This was one of our favorite episodes, because we got to talk about one of our favorite topics that so far has not been featured on the podcast, Military Service Men & Women and the amazing good that they can do in the workplace. If you yourself or someone you love has recently left the service, know that there are tons of folks, especially in the Oil & Gas industry looking to hire people with your exact skill set and work ethic.







    Sarge’s Profile linkedin.com/in/sarge-summers-58524510







    Phone 832-544-6836 (Mobile)Email sandymarv@gmail.comTwitter oksergeant

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    Episode 0045 Hunter Davis of Davis Arial Solutions

    Episode 0045 Hunter Davis of Davis Arial Solutions

    Our last episode of 2019 folks. Thank you all for tuning in and checking us out. This week is Hunter Davis of Davis Arial Solutions. Hunter and his team fly drones primarily to aid Oil & Gas companies but also to help the land owners who's fields pipelines were laid through. All very interesting from the requirements of the pilots, to the folks Hunter and his team are able to help. All fascinating. Be sure to check it out!.

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    ASQ Houston - Sales & Shooting the S**t with Mike of QIA

    ASQ Houston - Sales & Shooting the S**t with Mike of QIA

    The

    last of our ASQ Houston Area Quality Conference Episodes. This week's episode

    was a blast. Recorded with Mike Prior of QIA, in all respects a competitor to

    us here at Texas Quality Assurance, but they kill puppies. Tune in, check it

    out, you won't be disappointed.







    Find more about #QualityMatters Podcast and Texas Quality Assurance online at: http://www.qmcast.com/ LinkedIn --- https://www.linkedin.com/company/1093... Facebook --- https://www.facebook.com/TexasQuality... Twitter --- https://twitter.com/TexasQualA Texas Quality Assurance --- https://texasqualityassurance.com/







    And to learn more about our guest today, Mike Prior, VP of QIA and also a known "puppy killer" https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-prior-27a43818/ HAHA

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    ASQ Houston - Fab and Simplified Lean Six Sigma

    ASQ Houston - Fab and Simplified Lean Six Sigma

    Job Shops, Lean Six Sigma, Quality and why these are dirty words, and should not be. Perhaps, the problem is in our daily lives, we have "Certification Projects" instead of solving this problem. Not all problems require a regression analysis.







    Can we do a four hour Kazan instead of a four day? According to Fab, we tend to agree, solving these problems does not require complex overly involved methods. Improvement can often be completed largely by observation, and not by six months of data collection. How are you going to collect data when you don't even have a process. The first step is to just identify WHAT the process is.







    Six Sigma is a GREAT tool, Lean is a GREAT tool, but they are tools with a purpose an a methodology, but we cannot get stuck in our "Certification Projects".







    We have to say, talking to Fab was great, if you want to learn more about him, check out his information below!







    Fabrice Boucheraufab@processzen.net305-761-6600







    https://www.processzen.net/

    • 21 Min.

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