Expert interviews with today's top oil and gas executives, hosted by the team at EnerCom, Inc
Ranting About Reality - A conversation w/ Mark Mills
What gets lost in the energy transition conversation is the fundamental idea that the lowest kilowatt/hour will win. Mark Mills (Partner at Cottonwood Venture Partners) is a well known author and writer on this topic, taking a physics view of why the energy transition view we have is all wrong.
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Forbes columns, OpEds, reports at www.tech-pundit.comManhattan Institute research at http://www.manhattan-institute.org/html/mills.htm
Understanding ESG - A conversation with Susan Fakharzadeh
ESG can be one of the most misunderstood and wildly misused topics in the oil and industry. We take seriously our devotion to "E", all while forgetting the "S" and the "G"
On todays show, Chairman and CFO of EnerCom Blanca Andrus sits down with Susan Fakharzadeh, VP at Great Western for Government Affairs and Communications at Great Western to talk about ESG as a whole, how Great Western looks at ESG and why the "S" and the "G" hold up to the "E"
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Understanding Your Reservoir - A Conversation w/ Mark McClure, CEO at ResFrac
On this episode of the Energy 360 Podcast, Dan Genovese (Director at EnerCom) sits down with Mark McClure (CEO at ResFrac) to talk all things reservoir technology, how ResFrac is improving the modeling process, and details of an upcoming study.
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Can you build a nuclear plant with no logistics loss? A conversation with Data Gumbo and Jovix
Well we found the combination to eliminate logistics loss, improve cash flow, and build your own success story. The team from Data Gumbo and Atlas RFID stopped by to talk about how technology is changing logistics in the energy space. I can lose my laptop power supply in my briefcase, but we talked about the technology from both companies that can track logistics on any size project. Even while building a nuclear power plant project.
Jon Chesser, Chief Revenue Officer, Atlas RFID, covered their solution set's ability to track all types of products. The Jovix software, RFID tags can be a "Single source of truth". This is critical to projects staying on schedule and under budget. Their customer success stories are on the Jovix website.
Now Michael Mathews, SVP, Data Gumbo (https://www.datagumbo.com/) steps into the conversation and really notches it up through the roof. With the Gumbo Net Blockchain (https://www.datagumbo.com/gumbonet), the "Single source of truth" now becomes the "Real time, secure, single source of truth".
Energy Is Worth Securing: A conversation w/ Phil Neray
Cyber security has never been more important, both from a physical hardware, and software side. Stuart Turley (Director and Publisher of www.oilandgas360) sits down with Phil Neray (VP of IoT & Industrial Cybersecurity at CyberX) to talk all things oilfield cyber security.
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State of the Midstream: A conversation w/ Steve Reese
Steve Reese, CEO, Reese Midstream Report stopped by to visit about the current state of the Midstream business during Covid. Even after just a few moments, I knew that his years of experience, and industry knowledge, fit the title of Energy Expert to the tee.
While covering the current events in the Midstream space, we also touched on the next phase of the green revolution. Midstream will play an important part of the "Green" movement through transportation of hydrogen in a cost-effective existing infrastructure.
"So natural gas is here to stay. And I think it will be used in various, you know, different arenas. I do continue to see it to replace possibly coal in some areas and maybe nuclear in some others. But. And, you know, we're very much behind anything here that makes the environment a better place for all of us and our descendants. But if you look to the recent past, the reason, the main reason we have a better environment and cleaner air than we had 25 years ago is specifically the use of natural gas." - Steve Reese - Reese Midstream Report
Steve, thank you for stopping by our place. We had fun, and look forward to our next visit
About Steve Reese:
After successful careers with Getty Oil Company and Texaco, Steve Reese founded Reese Energy Consulting in 1994, which provides a broad range of oil, natural gas, NGL and LNG services for producers, midstream firms and end-users across the nation. Our team of industry experts and years of specialized experience are nationally recognized for our unique strengths in energy research and project planning, engineering and design, and full-service energy marketing. Visit us at www.ReeseEnergyConsulting.com.