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"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

29:10 min | 7 months ago

"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Ric asked me if i'd come over and and hope lead his effort and it seemed like a like a good idea and now you're the president of elektra. Petroleum cracked so first of all congratulations. That's a new. It's a fletcher has been around for an in various capacities for a little over a decade partner. Rick he He started off in canada. He easily like me. He's a man of the world is the son of a british sailor who was born in tripoli. Africa emigrated canada and grew. Grew a really nice company. Called fletcher production. Sold it in two thousand nine okay and talked to rick before. But i've never met him. Okay i think i've talked. I think i was kind of similar standpoint. We looked at some stuff and just kind of naturally conversations is passed together. But i'm never met him. He's a great guy. I really really good gay big heart. But he retired. Move down to Fair hope alabama which is a beautiful little town. If you haven't been there to just chilling. yeah he was about an hour north of gulf shores. He bought a big piece of land on a polo field lamborghini. You know much like yourself. Just enjoy life. Jones says well then oil goes up over one hundred bucks in twenty ten and he goes man. I'm gonna have to do this again. So he goes drills. I first mac over well big step out. Nobody thought the play went out there. On the amos. Well came at eight hundred a day. It's produced a million one barrels of oil and was well to be. Cf again yeah. And that was Twelve dollar gas and one hundred and twenty dollar oil Could make company. Yeah absolutely so. He's drilled a bunch of info there. We've put all of our alabama production on secondary recovery. There a water drive units And then started buying pdp in texas so naturally wanted a houston office wanted personnel here boots on the ground. And you're building the office now from base of what we have. Yeah we started working together. Last august was just over a year. Now we now have over twelve people in the houston office. That's awesome out downtown around here downtown. Downtown why dude. Why are you still downtown. I've told you this cova. We left We left downtown and moved into a private building buddy of mine. Who's actually our insurance broker. Owns his own building on memorial and shepherd. Shepard i'm sorry as sawyer. Okay been there for almost eighteen months and we've slowly outgrown. It looked for new space. And it's you get good deals downtown now because everybody's left man exactly everybody's been kind of ever since coverted. Is it still. Because i remember you are at the chase building before a you. You're the churchill ops. Were very nice. And i remember but that building was so big huge. I can't imagine it did well during covert. I feel like a lot of people probably left. It's still a very low occupancy rates it because like how you supposed to like all these big companies the ones that are going to be at chase building They're going to either working from home or they're half-staff right now or i don't know how they're doing. How do you feel about where from home by the way i'm not a fan. I like it either at a. I don't i don't feel as productive. I'd rather be in the office personality productive. Either and then i i don't know our staff is now but i find for smaller companies. We rely a lot on that interpersonal communication. Oh absolutely no. I mean there's very seldom decisions made that we don't huddle up and say we're all smart guys here each of us. It's supposed to be domain experts in our respective fields but nonetheless. You're still smart guy. We need to think about this hedging strategy. We need to think about whatever the case may be and it just so much more beneficial to rouse draining my entire cell phone battery by lunch from home just constantly. Yeah banging out call. I'm working from home. donny. What's your take away from It just depends on the team. You're working with. I think entirely because there are some that are fully online and you can communicate back and forth without even being on phone calls So i think there's a way to do it but yeah there's there's a certain magic that can only happen when you're all together in the same place agree kind of some of the large companies. I mean like my cousins partner with p. wc. I don't feel like they need to be in person. They're all doing remote tasks and individually anyways and i don't think they want to be the big companies. They enjoy kind of working on their own. Just kind of just colliding. Because i don't know one of my cousins as well. He works at a major accounting firm. And he's just like. I just don't like working at the office. It's just all the financial statements at home just as easy as they can. How do you like the new oil prices and gas prices. They feel great. Don't feel so good. You're gonna drill by what we're gonna go five wells This this End of this year where we're drilling this smack over. Well we're putting that in november okay. So that'll be a deep smack over will be the largest of the wells. We drill okay. And then we have four wells. We're drilling in in south texas in bee county bi county so we're looking forward to that various depths deepest being about eight thousand eagle foods. Now know they're going to be a couple of cook mountains couple yay was so Okay see i mean. They're not big wells there. Anywhere from million to two million cubic flooded day wells but vertical vertical invention vertical production. And i've been you're looking at a dry hole cost of two hundred grand. Pnc six so each. If he's under a million hung well other than the smackers. Macaroni about two point. Four but Fourteen thousand foot well so and so but everyone. Everyone are vertical. Are you gonna be Doing all the drilling internally or you got consultants next question. We do a little bit of both. So we've got a guy that we've worked with extensively on drilling the smack over wells and he will be again in coming and on that. Well And we've actually got a jv with another operating group in in south texas so We'll join ops cool and so it's funny because it was small. Afc's we brought that offshore mentality that had from early in my career where nobody owns one hundred percent anywhere and really kind of leveraged maintaining good gina. Having more smart smart people in the room but not blowing out. Your gna cost. So but do you find. That is a little bit counterproductive. When you have too many smart people in the room can be and you got too many people. When you're just like no i want to. I want to drill to the staff. And let's say you know as you're drilling right. You're like no no. We're we're changing our direction. We're going to go instead of the ego. we're gonna go to the buddha. We're going to go this and we're going to go there or do you find that to be an issue. Because i do find that to be an issue when there's too many too many cooks in the kitchen because that everybody's gonna opinion and that everybody's opinion should technically count fiscally speaking but then sometimes you just don't really believe what somebody else is doing. So the way we've approached this there's Plenty of cooks. But many are sue chefs. There's only two chefs which is myself and my counterpart at the other company. So yeah i mean they're geos make comments or gm's make comments are geo huddle up and make comments are regulatory handling all the permitting and the likes Our land is working with their land. Yeah they ran some preliminary title. We're doing all of the drill site title opinions it. It's been a good relationship to date. So i hope it continues in that manner. What do you think oil's going men or oil and gas. You think we're seeing one hundred man you would they we. I think we're gonna see. I think we're gonna see a dollar gas before december do you. I think so. I think it's gonna. I think it's gonna be a cold ass winter and i think a cold winter always means nice pricing So i think we're gonna see a dollars. Maybe even more you could it absolutely. Could you agree or do you think. I think it all depends on On these resurgences of kovin when you were seeing strong demand recovery Earlier in the year oil was up on delta head. Commodore and everything I i mean. I think long term yeah. The replacement reserves drilling down so much granted baker hughes rig count. Last week is almost double. We've gone from three to five hundred fifty three hundred rigs five hundred and fifty over the last year. Everybody can make money right now. They can't before it was at sixty me and you can make money now. Excellent the big boys. They can all make money. Yep everybody can make money right. Access to capital. I think is more constrained than it was previously. The public market still aren't super favorable of it. The guys are from everybody. I've talked to their flip-flopping every week. Almost literally they're just like one week they're like yussef. What do you want. do you want your money. You want this and we don't deal really with private equity is i just know. He's kind of stay in the loop and the next week. There's just like yeah. We're we're just not going to spend a dollar on this anymore. We don't believe in this. And i'm just thinking well. How do you change so quickly. They're just like we. Just don't trust the volatility and i'm just like the volatility would scary to think hard. Anything was it august september last year. Thirty eight. I closed the deal in january. That was under on september price deck. That was thirty three dollars. A barrel and dollar ninety six. Look like a stud right now. We're back in fact guys given happen. You got the two for the money you know what you're doing that Hey i'm i'm the i'm the oracle oil's going up would never put profess to be but yet a lot a lot of fun when it goes that direction instead of the opposite who my guys that was. Yeah that was we were. We were lucky that we kind of had some similar stuff happened that we were able to close deals at much. Lower price dex. No yeah we currently are. We bought six Six packages in in twenty twenty so it was Smart those was fantastic but who could have ever forecasted it. We were just long energy. We didn't think it was in a year or anything else. We were just finding good deals and Underwriting on the current strip at that point in time so which area do you like the most right now for the simple fact of just like. It's the next You know. Just the oracle. Chris carter where do you think is the next permian slash delaware. What is it man. I wouldn't even profess to know. I i will tell you that. I've really fallen in love with this gulf coast conventional. I think there's a lot of meets the left on the bono either I'm i'm really enjoying gas. I never thought i would say hasn't been a large oil producer. I am loving the low lifting cost of gas. I mean i was gonna say. I'm saying the barnett. I think the bindings garnett's what's gonna comeback. I'm not talking about these ridiculous horizontal that everybody else had. But i think like if you can find a way to get your efi costs Lower which you can You know all are in place now to get rid of your water electricals. All their now. Wise county That decatur area man. I really really think that the. I think the really looks good right now. Now you wanna turn the drill bit there. I want to. But i'm still scared. Because i think gases so waldo right now i'm still running everything at a dollar deck okay on guests. Everything is three dollars for me right now. i'm not. I'm not going just flat black three dollars. I'm not go into four. I'm not going so actually flat three dollars. And i started going down to two ninety two eighty in twenty twenty four twenty five okay so yet is flattered to three years and then i start pushing back because i just don't i don't believe you just don't know what's going to happen gasman you can't you can't predict it so. It's a big resurgence in the unconventional. You're going to see all the associated gas yeah no see. I'm i'm a big. I like gas. I love i like i mean. It turned me on when i got more familiar with just setting a compressor. Y'all and unloading these wells. I mean from an artificial lift standpoint. Yeah it's so simple but the scoop. I like the scoop too. I like the scoop. Because i think the devon's the chesapeake i think people have have they've laid the roadmap on what not to do there now yup and spending so much money so now. I'm kind of at the place now where i'm like I think i could do this a little bit. Better or pick-up some there low hanging fruit something that i don't know. What do you guys fletcher operating oklahoma. No no no. We're we're pretty much central Essentially focused on south texas one hundred hundred and twenty thousand net acres and south texas now across which is just beat. No no no we We start in what was called east texas. That's robertson madison. Leon Beaujolais cotton valley etc are are horizontal. One down. we got a bunch of stuff into it. Be of be kearns goalie. Add a fifty thousand acres there Star dog owes apopka web lasalle. Brio and mcmullan dude. You come across a whole exactly coast so you love them. Every you had problems with the any The mcconnell's come across the border and some those lasalle county areas. Yes and no had. We've had a lot of What's so funny donny. How can it be. Yes and no question. I mean depends on what you define promised we. We have cameras on everything as i'm sure you do. We've had a lot of guys blow through gates in the middle of the night and go through some sort of a drug deal or who knows what kind of a deal. Well no it. Just a lock on a gate is not a huge issue right. It's not like you know you don't mess with those guys. Don if you see a gate blown over and you see headlights area you earn the hell around pretty much. The hell out of there that i've been told so we have one of ours. One of our fields is about a few miles Close to the rio grande river and the game cameras right. They pick somebody almost every night. Yep in now apparently We're looking at the pictures. Some of the guys You could tell. Some of the cartel are now sending over like they're hiring mercenaries. They're coming over like fully automatic weapons in their guiding. These people through and you see these guys were moving much quicker much smarter like people who do this now and everybody's talking about you see them or if you anything right the give you about like a second two seconds if you linger for too long. This is just stories. I don't really know if this is true You turn around right away you. You didn't see anything you just walk away. Yeah get back in your truck The the people at walmart that during the bill for donations at christmas time. Basically sensible if you make contact longer than a couple of seconds in. You're in trouble. Yeah that's exactly what it is know that one is like a few dollars in this one. They'll kill you so very similar similar principle. Very air flight firefly. Yeah that's it. that's it for you. I've noticed they liked to get above about can't county in. We've got all just like you were saying stuff right along the river and we see a lot of movement there but our stuff like in lasalle one county in Seemed like they can get across the border. Get a little ways away and then you know. Stop it do whatever they're going to do. I'm always were very cognizant of that now. Which is it's scary. It's scary. I think people don't realize like it's a real pandemic like i wish like like i don't want people to be stuck in like freaking these mexican camps that like our alongside the border but man if there was a safer way to kind of get people across it'd be a lot better because the border patrol people down there. They're pretty intense man. Yeah they have pretty much. It's it's it's martial law with those border patrol like they stop every mile and we. We went ahead and put a bunch of additional safety for our guys. We track all the vehicles every one of our employees as a A cell phone and there's an application on their field safe. Yeah so they can literally get help on a drop of a hat down to a gps. Coordinate wow I mean we. The south texas authorities does unfortunate. But it's the truth man I wish i wish everybody could get across. I'm i'm. I'm hope i'm a big. You know this obama become by. I want everyone to come over and be a helpful. Us citizen the best way possible by just wish. There was a better way to do it. Then these guys selling their souls to the cartel and the cartel taking advantage of just that Speaking of cartel you listening my dog. My friends friends of the show. Friends of the show Send the check sponsor sponsored by the cartel That's okay so that's super cool so you think that oil. No you didn't answer. And i'm happy to continue to belabor the point but i think Gas will continue to go I mean you look at the ellen g cargoes etc thirty bucks 'em over in europe right now are you right now. We are and We'll have to say if you know cargill screwing me hard While cargill right throw a good party though they do You know but who who could afford this. We haven't seen a doubling of the commodity price and a decade. So we thought we had done quite well three. oh nine in the freeze. Not having any idea you'd be looking at six bucks in the middle of summer so You know it is what it is. I try to enjoy the fact that i can escape uncle sam with a loss on hedging but just look at it as a profit sharing arrangement with cargo for right now but they all expire. You're in another two months. You should be coming up on Oh yeah now we did. This calendar year. I saw i saw buddy from cargill on thursday and he goes man. I can't tell you. How many angry phone calls i get. I'm sure i'm sure because just like what us out of those goddamn contract. Let us enjoy the way out you know. They saw three dollars in february hedge. Two three years and it was low twos for at that time. Three dollars you were six years add. We was it. Was it just kind of a screwy time. But that's just it's gambling right where it is everything about it. That's what we over. Just the truce former gamblers out here like it's almost the stock market but frankly more gambling than the stock market. I think you talk those well. Such a totally different discussion. We waited the crypto guy will so we had a number of wells and use going to steal this from me here in a heartbeat but That were large producers but small gas producers. They never made sense. The tie in we were playing the gas coined yip so we started setting generators. And we're who about seven. Bitcoin a month right now Damn you chris. It's i've been thinking about it last. We've had the discussion. It just didn't make sense for where we were. Yes we should probably. We'll talk. I have stranded gas. I mean it does not make sense at the current price to be mining as opposed to selling which is going to be the same argument for gas prices this this winter now if you see a cold winter if you see gas prices up where they are right now are higher. Nobody's going to be sending the storage. It'll a very very short storage season. Ohio and People are on this shit like there's no greener pasture on the other side of this fence. Now profit taking time right now. Yeah we'll talk about how you got into the bitcoin mining. Though 'cause i mean that's pretty new ideas still you know we've actually been at it for almost a year now. Okay and We had had a good buddy. You know an in a couple of our wells. That is tech focused And came up with the idea of utilizing an asset that we were otherwise liquidating. And we're burning this gas at zero value. Which would be playing a day. These are little wells man that they're big oil wells but they were hundred. Mcs of associated gas or the like. So you're never gonna spend that hundred and fifty two hundred thousand dollars to tap much less the gathering right. What are they gonna charge you. Four hundred thousand or something at least and then. We found wells here in south texas where they decommissioned the pipe. You know the old wells that we're still like a million a day But they were you know. It's an anomaly. That one out of the the broader field but enterprise you took over the pipeline as well we did not take over the pipeline. But we did take the plugging liability on that well and put it straight onto generally put a three megawatt generator there and we're starting to explore if there's ways to sell back to the grid and if we do have another super squirrelly winter you know does it then make sons you gotta model line crypto self four hundred dollars a frigging megawatt So you really you really go for it it. We've tried really hard to be vertically integrated you know about a month ago. We by victoria well services so we bought a workover recumbent. I don't know if you've seen the consolidation in that space he eased. Come full in on services huge. So you've got access. I don't remember who backs them basic energy and after. Bj went under. I was like well. You looked at much bigger deals. So the thing that i've noticed recently that scared me because we have a lot of what we anger. Wells right Is it the rental car model. You look at what happened last year with the rental car companies a car. That was thirty bucks a day a year ago. Hundred thirty today because hurts. Sold all their cars enterprise sold. So you're seeing that in the rigs coming in by two hundred and fifty three hundred. Four hundred companies scrapping half of them just chopping them. And you're seeing rig rates go from three fifty in the downturn and our two four fifty already and i think you're gonna see five fifty six hundred god damn it. I hate that. So we have like eight or nine of our own workover rigs but out of those eight or nine like our only say for our functional and obviously we have the same issues that we have every day and then having a reliable workover crews and south texas stuff. If you have any for god's sakes on the my way man because it's hard to find liable will happily of my rig do for you but An awesome set cruise. You're you're you're lucky man. Hold onto those guys. It's tough because i. I do like the idea being leading vertically integrated 'cause we are but i think we need to be more vertically integrated because you already know that transaction that we recently did. How many wells are we just picked up. It's so many that we need to have more and more and more and What was happening to us. As i would look at our our quarterly work over budget and it started to become as expensive as buying equipment. And you're like you know. Screw this. I do a year worth of work overs for twenty thousand dollars for you literally. What the home tubing now on a good day assuming every true assuming everything goes right. Come off your on off tool. i'm straight out a whole run right back in you. Got your pump waiting on site. It's you're probably gonna run either hydra testing. Es scanning at another five k. there. It's it's on bullshit that that some of the stuff and now i'm seeing the afe's on a lot of the afc over getting from our non up are not a operators and their chain. You got esp's watch. Were ninety two hundred thousand dollars now. They're one hundred fifty you bullshitting like a hundred and fifty k. To change espn and get a schedule. At what six months in advance. Four months and finding services implosion or in. I'm i it that upsets me. Because i'm like once upon a time i could get. Espn i could do the whole f. b. for fifty five thousand yep and now if you even talk about anything less than like ninety. They're just like okay. You take over operations you do it then if you can find that much because i'm like why are you guys spending that much money south you just figured out a business strategy low volume and tell them. Let me take over operators jazz. Not about idea does not a bad idea No we already have enough wells that we operate that you know we we are. You're lucky enough that we have some great operators that we work with and you obviously there some operators in our great Which it sounds like. You've already kind of seen that. And it's always the you know the people you expect you know those one operator. And they're not publicly traded. But they're large they're houston operator and they're really. They're very very pompous. Like i've dealt with a lot of different personalities characters just like you have right. I'm sure you've dealt with all the way to the the guy that you would go have a drink without the bar to the guy that you're just like i don't wanna spend another second with you And these were these guys. Were the ladder. And i kid you not mainly they. They laughed at me they literally. I've never seen somebody physically. Just look at me and just laughing. They're like bill. You know you just. You can't hang like we'll just gonna we're just gonna keep on hitting you drill you out and there's nothing you can do and i was like it was one of those moments where he just started laughing at me and he was just as little little dude. Now's like man. I wish i could just throw you out the window. And i probably could too and i was really really annoyed But they later found out they thought we were much. They thought we were like a mom and pop shop. Yeah they later found out that they had They had messed with the wrong brown. Boy can you and then They they're law firm conflicted like we. We got into legal fight. And three other law firms conflicted out because we had them on retainer and they're just like how do you ford these guys and i'm just like i don't know why she tried a number of warranty so it was and we got into a big fight in this guy had such a napoleon complex that we we kept fighting for a long time we both spend probably over a million dollars is fighting each other over something that probably cost about a million dollars and it was just at the at the end of the day just turned into egos and absolutely we ended up settling it and i remember telling you i'm just like you know what i i remember sitting in the in the mediation and i was just like we'll go for another million if that's what it takes and and they were just like and he wasn't in a position we i was in a position they keep on going and he was in a position he had aboard to report fourteen just like let's keep going and he was so upset and i remember telling him i'm just like you haven't napoleonic complex in his face turn so read he literally His attorney told me that he threw up afterwards. So imagine beat that upset about something together personally businessman that's christie no. It's all business. But i mean you dealt on stuff before that we don't necessarily agree on and we're still buddies course right. It's business like we're going to be in this business for god knows how long probably hopefully another forty fifty years together you got and We want to keep doing this man so i. I'm a big believer in. You can't always looking for more friends always looking from work then. Do we run into each other more times than some plans. I'm not playing. We just gotta run into each other. It's always fun getting together with humana catching up and this has been for me. It's been a lot of fun donny. Didn't really seem like you had a lot of fund you've falling asleep here. He has kinda boring. You know you know some episodes goodson have such a bad. You've got to kind of wrote the bunches. Screw donnie definitely producer. No no this has been awesome. Well this has been a lot of fun man a chris. Is there anything else that you want to kind of talk about plug fletcher or what you guys are doing or This has been a lot of fun and the brooklyn. Did you tell you that. I was the producer of the show. Because i'm technically well. They he he definitely downplayed about which are talking about the a productive member of the conversation on this side. Just go was recorded. It's recorded not. I wanted to be clear. I wasn't going to correct him what he called the host out about to be like he's my co host to like. You know what. I want to see if you're up in this episode. He's just a general over all by no me. Donayre were equal co hosting co co parts. I'm just a little bit more. Obviously kris knows this logo more operational and don's lot more just kind of disaster kind of just funny looking even light keep it bright yellow people like keep a bright is certainly appreciate both the time and It's been a blast. Thank you chris government. 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"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

08:32 min | 7 months ago

"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Blowing out. Your gna cost. So but do you find. That is a little bit counterproductive. When you have too many smart people in the room can be and you got too many people. When you're just like no i want to. I want to drill to the staff. And let's say you know as you're drilling right. You're like no no. We're we're changing our direction. We're going to go instead of the ego. we're gonna go to the buddha. We're going to go this and we're going to go there or do you find that to be an issue. Because i do find that to be an issue when there's too many too many cooks in the kitchen because that everybody's gonna opinion and that everybody's opinion should technically count fiscally speaking but then sometimes you just don't really believe what somebody else is doing. So the way we've approached this there's Plenty of cooks. But many are sue chefs. There's only two chefs which is myself and my counterpart at the other company. So yeah i mean they're geos make comments or gm's make comments are geo huddle up and make comments are regulatory handling all the permitting and the likes Our land is working with their land. Yeah they ran some preliminary title. We're doing all of the drill site title opinions it. It's been a good relationship to date. So i hope it continues in that manner. What do you think oil's going men or oil and gas. You think we're seeing one hundred man you would they we. I think we're gonna see. I think we're gonna see a dollar gas before december do you. I think so. I think it's gonna. I think it's gonna be a cold ass winter and i think a cold winter always means nice pricing So i think we're gonna see a dollars. Maybe even more you could it absolutely. Could you agree or do you think. I think it all depends on On these resurgences of kovin when you were seeing strong demand recovery Earlier in the year oil was up on delta head. Commodore and everything I i mean. I think long term yeah. The replacement reserves drilling down so much granted baker hughes rig count. Last week is almost double. We've gone from three to five hundred fifty three hundred rigs five hundred and fifty over the last year. Everybody can make money right now. They can't before it was at sixty me and you can make money now. Excellent the big boys. They can all make money. Yep everybody can make money right. Access to capital. I think is more constrained than it was previously. The public market still aren't super favorable of it. The guys are from everybody. I've talked to their flip-flopping every week. Almost literally they're just like one week they're like yussef. What do you want. do you want your money. You want this and we don't deal really with private equity is i just know. He's kind of stay in the loop and the next week. There's just like yeah. We're we're just not going to spend a dollar on this anymore. We don't believe in this. And i'm just thinking well. How do you change so quickly. They're just like we. Just don't trust the volatility and i'm just like the volatility would scary to think hard. Anything was it august september last year. Thirty eight. I closed the deal in january. That was under on september price deck. That was thirty three dollars. A barrel and dollar ninety six. Look like a stud right now. We're back in fact guys given happen. You got the two for the money you know what you're doing that Hey i'm i'm the i'm the oracle oil's going up would never put profess to be but yet a lot a lot of fun when it goes that direction instead of the opposite who my guys that was. Yeah that was we were. We were lucky that we kind of had some similar stuff happened that we were able to close deals at much. Lower price dex. No yeah we currently are. We bought six Six packages in in twenty twenty so it was Smart those was fantastic but who could have ever forecasted it. We were just long energy. We didn't think it was in a year or anything else. We were just finding good deals and Underwriting on the current strip at that point in time so which area do you like the most right now for the simple fact of just like. It's the next You know. Just the oracle. Chris carter where do you think is the next permian slash delaware. What is it man. I wouldn't even profess to know. I i will tell you that. I've really fallen in love with this gulf coast conventional. I think there's a lot of meets the left on the bono either I'm i'm really enjoying gas. I never thought i would say hasn't been a large oil producer. I am loving the low lifting cost of gas. I mean i was gonna say. I'm saying the barnett. I think the bindings garnett's what's gonna comeback. I'm not talking about these ridiculous horizontal that everybody else had. But i think like if you can find a way to get your efi costs Lower which you can You know all are in place now to get rid of your water electricals. All their now. Wise county That decatur area man. I really really think that the. I think the really looks good right now. Now you wanna turn the drill bit there. I want to. But i'm still scared. Because i think gases so waldo right now i'm still running everything at a dollar deck okay on guests. Everything is three dollars for me right now. i'm not. I'm not going just flat black three dollars. I'm not go into four. I'm not going so actually flat three dollars. And i started going down to two ninety two eighty in twenty twenty four twenty five okay so yet is flattered to three years and then i start pushing back because i just don't i don't believe you just don't know what's going to happen gasman you can't you can't predict it so. It's a big resurgence in the unconventional. You're going to see all the associated gas yeah no see. I'm i'm a big. I like gas. I love i like i mean. It turned me on when i got more familiar with just setting a compressor. Y'all and unloading these wells. I mean from an artificial lift standpoint. Yeah it's so simple but the scoop. I like the scoop too. I like the scoop. Because i think the devon's the chesapeake i think people have have they've laid the roadmap on what not to do there now yup and spending so much money so now. I'm kind of at the place now where i'm like I think i could do this a little bit. Better or pick-up some there low hanging fruit something that i don't know. What do you guys fletcher operating oklahoma. No no no. We're we're pretty much central Essentially focused on south texas one hundred hundred and twenty thousand net acres and south texas now across which is just beat. No no no we We start in what was called east texas. That's robertson madison. Leon Beaujolais cotton valley etc are are horizontal. One down. we got a bunch of stuff into it. Be of be kearns goalie. Add a fifty thousand acres there Star dog owes apopka web lasalle. Brio and mcmullan dude. You come across a whole exactly coast so you love them. Every you had problems with the any The mcconnell's come across the border and some those lasalle county areas. Yes and no had. We've had a lot of What's so funny donny. How can it be. Yes and no question. I mean depends on what you define promised we. We have cameras on everything as i'm sure you do. We've had a lot of guys blow through gates in the middle of the night and go through some sort of a drug deal or who knows what kind of a deal. Well no it. Just a lock on a gate is not a huge issue right. It's not like you know you don't mess with those guys. Don if you see a gate blown over and you see headlights area you earn the hell around pretty much. The hell out of there that i've been told so we have one of ours. One of our fields is about a few miles Close to the rio grande river and the game cameras right. They pick somebody almost every night. Yep in now apparently We're looking at the pictures. Some of the guys You could tell. Some of the cartel are now sending over like they're hiring mercenaries. They're coming over like fully automatic weapons in their guiding. These people through and you see these guys were moving much quicker much smarter like people who do this now and everybody's talking about you see them or if you anything right the give you about like a second two seconds if you linger for too long. This is just stories. I don't really know if this is true You turn around right away you. You didn't see anything you just walk away. Yeah.

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"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

07:34 min | 7 months ago

"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Were also looking at yup and that i was lucky enough to get your data's wall on that was nice. Always how brother yeah. Man was good we got to. We got to see how smarter half sees. He sees how they work on some of the stuff. We're just the dumb dumbs around here. I don't know about that. But like i said. Hopefully the data helps it definitely. Does it definitely does. So then you're at churchill. And now you are with fletcher. Yeah you know during the downturn in twenty twenty. I mean everybody was was starved. And you know. I've i've out close round a good buddy name rick fletcher for gosh number of years and is extremely strong operational in. I'm pretty decent operator. But i'm a lot better when it comes to the finance and the structure managing the day to day operations and the likes and So he and. I decided that you know we go to work together and Chased a few deals together over the years much like you and myself out bidding on things at each other wound up with everything else. Ric asked me if i'd come over and and hope lead his effort and it seemed like a like a good idea and now you're the president of elektra. Petroleum cracked so first of all congratulations. That's a new. It's a fletcher has been around for an in various capacities for a little over a decade partner. Rick he He started off in canada. He easily like me. He's a man of the world is the son of a british sailor who was born in tripoli. Africa emigrated canada and grew. Grew a really nice company. Called fletcher production. Sold it in two thousand nine okay and talked to rick before. But i've never met him. Okay i think i've talked. I think i was kind of similar standpoint. We looked at some stuff and just kind of naturally conversations is passed together. But i'm never met him. He's a great guy. I really really good gay big heart. But he retired. Move down to Fair hope alabama which is a beautiful little town. If you haven't been there to just chilling. yeah he was about an hour north of gulf shores. He bought a big piece of land on a polo field lamborghini. You know much like yourself. Just enjoy life. Jones says well then oil goes up over one hundred bucks in twenty ten and he goes man. I'm gonna have to do this again. So he goes drills. I first mac over well big step out. Nobody thought the play went out there. On the amos. Well came at eight hundred a day. It's produced a million one barrels of oil and was well to be. Cf again yeah. And that was Twelve dollar gas and one hundred and twenty dollar oil Could make company. Yeah absolutely so. He's drilled a bunch of info there. We've put all of our alabama production on secondary recovery. There a water drive units And then started buying pdp in texas so naturally wanted a houston office wanted personnel here boots on the ground. And you're building the office now from base of what we have. Yeah we started working together. Last august was just over a year. Now we now have over twelve people in the houston office. That's awesome out downtown around here downtown. Downtown why dude. Why are you still downtown. I've told you this cova. We left We left downtown and moved into a private building buddy of mine. Who's actually our insurance broker. Owns his own building on memorial and shepherd. Shepard i'm sorry as sawyer. Okay been there for almost eighteen months and we've slowly outgrown. It looked for new space. And it's you get good deals downtown now because everybody's left man exactly everybody's been kind of ever since coverted. Is it still. Because i remember you are at the chase building before a you. You're the churchill ops. Were very nice. And i remember but that building was so big huge. I can't imagine it did well during covert. I feel like a lot of people probably left. It's still a very low occupancy rates it because like how you supposed to like all these big companies the ones that are going to be at chase building They're going to either working from home or they're half-staff right now or i don't know how they're doing. How do you feel about where from home by the way i'm not a fan. I like it either at a. I don't i don't feel as productive. I'd rather be in the office personality productive. Either and then i i don't know our staff is now but i find for smaller companies. We rely a lot on that interpersonal communication. Oh absolutely no. I mean there's very seldom decisions made that we don't huddle up and say we're all smart guys here each of us. It's supposed to be domain experts in our respective fields but nonetheless. You're still smart guy. We need to think about this hedging strategy. We need to think about whatever the case may be and it just so much more beneficial to rouse draining my entire cell phone battery by lunch from home just constantly. Yeah banging out call. I'm working from home. donny. What's your take away from It just depends on the team. You're working with. I think entirely because there are some that are fully online and you can communicate back and forth without even being on phone calls So i think there's a way to do it but yeah there's there's a certain magic that can only happen when you're all together in the same place agree kind of some of the large companies. I mean like my cousins partner with p. wc. I don't feel like they need to be in person. They're all doing remote tasks and individually anyways and i don't think they want to be the big companies. They enjoy kind of working on their own. Just kind of just colliding. Because i don't know one of my cousins as well. He works at a major accounting firm. And he's just like. I just don't like working at the office. It's just all the financial statements at home just as easy as they can. How do you like the new oil prices and gas prices. They feel great. Don't feel so good. You're gonna drill by what we're gonna go five wells This this End of this year where we're drilling this smack over. Well we're putting that in november okay. So that'll be a deep smack over will be the largest of the wells. We drill okay. And then we have four wells. We're drilling in in south texas in bee county bi county so we're looking forward to that various depths deepest being about eight thousand eagle foods. Now know they're going to be a couple of cook mountains couple yay was so Okay see i mean. They're not big wells there. Anywhere from million to two million cubic flooded day wells but vertical vertical invention vertical production. And i've been you're looking at a dry hole cost of two hundred grand. Pnc six so each. If he's under a million hung well other than the smackers. Macaroni about two point. Four but Fourteen thousand foot well so and so but everyone. Everyone are vertical. Are you gonna be Doing all the drilling internally or you got consultants next question. We do a little bit of both. So we've got a guy that we've worked with extensively on drilling the smack over wells and he will be again in coming and on that. Well And we've actually got a jv with another operating group in in south texas so We'll join ops cool and so it's funny because it was small. Afc's we brought that offshore mentality that had from early in my career where nobody owns one hundred percent anywhere and really kind of leveraged maintaining good gina. Having more smart smart people in the room but not.

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"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

07:04 min | 7 months ago

"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Starved. And you know. I've i've out close round a good buddy name rick fletcher for gosh number of years and is extremely strong operational in. I'm pretty decent operator. But i'm a lot better when it comes to the finance and the structure managing the day to day operations and the likes and So he and. I decided that you know we go to work together and Chased a few deals together over the years much like you and myself out bidding on things at each other wound up with everything else. Ric asked me if i'd come over and and hope lead his effort and it seemed like a like a good idea and now you're the president of elektra. Petroleum cracked so first of all congratulations. That's a new. It's a fletcher has been around for an in various capacities for a little over a decade partner. Rick he He started off in canada. He easily like me. He's a man of the world is the son of a british sailor who was born in tripoli. Africa emigrated canada and grew. Grew a really nice company. Called fletcher production. Sold it in two thousand nine okay and talked to rick before. But i've never met him. Okay i think i've talked. I think i was kind of similar standpoint. We looked at some stuff and just kind of naturally conversations is passed together. But i'm never met him. He's a great guy. I really really good gay big heart. But he retired. Move down to Fair hope alabama which is a beautiful little town. If you haven't been there to just chilling. yeah he was about an hour north of gulf shores. He bought a big piece of land on a polo field lamborghini. You know much like yourself. Just enjoy life. Jones says well then oil goes up over one hundred bucks in twenty ten and he goes man. I'm gonna have to do this again. So he goes drills. I first mac over well big step out. Nobody thought the play went out there. On the amos. Well came at eight hundred a day. It's produced a million one barrels of oil and was well to be. Cf again yeah. And that was Twelve dollar gas and one hundred and twenty dollar oil Could make company. Yeah absolutely so. He's drilled a bunch of info there. We've put all of our alabama production on secondary recovery. There a water drive units And then started buying pdp in texas so naturally wanted a houston office wanted personnel here boots on the ground. And you're building the office now from base of what we have. Yeah we started working together. Last august was just over a year. Now we now have over twelve people in the houston office. That's awesome out downtown around here downtown. Downtown why dude. Why are you still downtown. I've told you this cova. We left We left downtown and moved into a private building buddy of mine. Who's actually our insurance broker. Owns his own building on memorial and shepherd. Shepard i'm sorry as sawyer. Okay been there for almost eighteen months and we've slowly outgrown. It looked for new space. And it's you get good deals downtown now because everybody's left man exactly everybody's been kind of ever since coverted. Is it still. Because i remember you are at the chase building before a you. You're the churchill ops. Were very nice. And i remember but that building was so big huge. I can't imagine it did well during covert. I feel like a lot of people probably left. It's still a very low occupancy rates it because like how you supposed to like all these big companies the ones that are going to be at chase building They're going to either working from home or they're half-staff right now or i don't know how they're doing. How do you feel about where from home by the way i'm not a fan. I like it either at a. I don't i don't feel as productive. I'd rather be in the office personality productive. Either and then i i don't know our staff is now but i find for smaller companies. We rely a lot on that interpersonal communication. Oh absolutely no. I mean there's very seldom decisions made that we don't huddle up and say we're all smart guys here each of us. It's supposed to be domain experts in our respective fields but nonetheless. You're still smart guy. We need to think about this hedging strategy. We need to think about whatever the case may be and it just so much more beneficial to rouse draining my entire cell phone battery by lunch from home just constantly. Yeah banging out call. I'm working from home. donny. What's your take away from It just depends on the team. You're working with. I think entirely because there are some that are fully online and you can communicate back and forth without even being on phone calls So i think there's a way to do it but yeah there's there's a certain magic that can only happen when you're all together in the same place agree kind of some of the large companies. I mean like my cousins partner with p. wc. I don't feel like they need to be in person. They're all doing remote tasks and individually anyways and i don't think they want to be the big companies. They enjoy kind of working on their own. Just kind of just colliding. Because i don't know one of my cousins as well. He works at a major accounting firm. And he's just like. I just don't like working at the office. It's just all the financial statements at home just as easy as they can. How do you like the new oil prices and gas prices. They feel great. Don't feel so good. You're gonna drill by what we're gonna go five wells This this End of this year where we're drilling this smack over. Well we're putting that in november okay. So that'll be a deep smack over will be the largest of the wells. We drill okay. And then we have four wells. We're drilling in in south texas in bee county bi county so we're looking forward to that various depths deepest being about eight thousand eagle foods. Now know they're going to be a couple of cook mountains couple yay was so Okay see i mean. They're not big wells there. Anywhere from million to two million cubic flooded day wells but vertical vertical invention vertical production. And i've been you're looking at a dry hole cost of two hundred grand. Pnc six so each. If he's under a million hung well other than the smackers. Macaroni about two point. Four but Fourteen thousand foot well so and so but everyone. Everyone are vertical. Are you gonna be Doing all the drilling internally or you got consultants next question. We do a little bit of both. So we've got a guy that we've worked with extensively on drilling the smack over wells and he will be again in coming and on that. Well And we've actually got a jv with another operating group in in south texas so We'll join ops cool and so it's funny because it was small. Afc's we brought that offshore mentality that had from early in my career where nobody owns one hundred percent anywhere and really kind of leveraged maintaining good gina. Having more smart smart people in the room but not.

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"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

08:17 min | 7 months ago

"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Wells over to landowners white house. It was a really messed up situation. So the lesson. I took away from that was not to be not. I'm gonna show. I'm going to ask you the company's name because that happened to us to somebody that sounds very familiar in upton county so i'm gonna tell operates off air and i'm going to ask you if that's them because dat is Up from what. I've while he's bay companies made they just don't care those drill not even title not. Just give him an issue That causes issues for them. Obviously so then okay. You're like me. We drill with our own money. So thing right so you care a lot more a whole lot more. It's it's nuts all right so now you move to churchill what what was the one with the. You're just like i can do this better than everybody else. And i'm going to do it. It was more being in control my destiny. You know whether or not. I could do it better or worse. I was could make my decisions. Could do the analysis move at my own pace. Certainly i mean anytime. You're starting a company. There were a lot of diverse skillset. So that were were you scared. Oh yeah there's not you know. The first thing we did. I was like man this is. I'm spending three million dollars about seventy two hours. I can imagine you know. So did you. Tap into any of the old. Pe nagging contact no. Well i'd certainly worked with some lenders in the legs. We didn't have any debt that was more family and friends myself. They really become partners. How that worked. We had a few partners but primarily it was. It was myself my father. So dad came out of retirement as a set operated around the globe and honestly with some of the most fun i ever had pretty cool getting to spend every day with them and just have a blast. I got your dad man. Your dad's a cool smart guy. It sounds like you guys did some great stuff. And i mean we got to chat on some of the stuff that we did We have we bought an acquisition that you were also looking at yup and that i was lucky enough to get your data's wall on that was nice. Always how brother yeah. Man was good we got to. We got to see how smarter half sees. He sees how they work on some of the stuff. We're just the dumb dumbs around here. I don't know about that. But like i said. Hopefully the data helps it definitely. Does it definitely does. So then you're at churchill. And now you are with fletcher. Yeah you know during the downturn in twenty twenty. I mean everybody was was starved. And you know. I've i've out close round a good buddy name rick fletcher for gosh number of years and is extremely strong operational in. I'm pretty decent operator. But i'm a lot better when it comes to the finance and the structure managing the day to day operations and the likes and So he and. I decided that you know we go to work together and Chased a few deals together over the years much like you and myself out bidding on things at each other wound up with everything else. Ric asked me if i'd come over and and hope lead his effort and it seemed like a like a good idea and now you're the president of elektra. Petroleum cracked so first of all congratulations. That's a new. It's a fletcher has been around for an in various capacities for a little over a decade partner. Rick he He started off in canada. He easily like me. He's a man of the world is the son of a british sailor who was born in tripoli. Africa emigrated canada and grew. Grew a really nice company. Called fletcher production. Sold it in two thousand nine okay and talked to rick before. But i've never met him. Okay i think i've talked. I think i was kind of similar standpoint. We looked at some stuff and just kind of naturally conversations is passed together. But i'm never met him. He's a great guy. I really really good gay big heart. But he retired. Move down to Fair hope alabama which is a beautiful little town. If you haven't been there to just chilling. yeah he was about an hour north of gulf shores. He bought a big piece of land on a polo field lamborghini. You know much like yourself. Just enjoy life. Jones says well then oil goes up over one hundred bucks in twenty ten and he goes man. I'm gonna have to do this again. So he goes drills. I first mac over well big step out. Nobody thought the play went out there. On the amos. Well came at eight hundred a day. It's produced a million one barrels of oil and was well to be. Cf again yeah. And that was Twelve dollar gas and one hundred and twenty dollar oil Could make company. Yeah absolutely so. He's drilled a bunch of info there. We've put all of our alabama production on secondary recovery. There a water drive units And then started buying pdp in texas so naturally wanted a houston office wanted personnel here boots on the ground. And you're building the office now from base of what we have. Yeah we started working together. Last august was just over a year. Now we now have over twelve people in the houston office. That's awesome out downtown around here downtown. Downtown why dude. Why are you still downtown. I've told you this cova. We left We left downtown and moved into a private building buddy of mine. Who's actually our insurance broker. Owns his own building on memorial and shepherd. Shepard i'm sorry as sawyer. Okay been there for almost eighteen months and we've slowly outgrown. It looked for new space. And it's you get good deals downtown now because everybody's left man exactly everybody's been kind of ever since coverted. Is it still. Because i remember you are at the chase building before a you. You're the churchill ops. Were very nice. And i remember but that building was so big huge. I can't imagine it did well during covert. I feel like a lot of people probably left. It's still a very low occupancy rates it because like how you supposed to like all these big companies the ones that are going to be at chase building They're going to either working from home or they're half-staff right now or i don't know how they're doing. How do you feel about where from home by the way i'm not a fan. I like it either at a. I don't i don't feel as productive. I'd rather be in the office personality productive. Either and then i i don't know our staff is now but i find for smaller companies. We rely a lot on that interpersonal communication. Oh absolutely no. I mean there's very seldom decisions made that we don't huddle up and say we're all smart guys here each of us. It's supposed to be domain experts in our respective fields but nonetheless. You're still smart guy. We need to think about this hedging strategy. We need to think about whatever the case may be and it just so much more beneficial to rouse draining my entire cell phone battery by lunch from home just constantly. Yeah banging out call. I'm working from home. donny. What's your take away from It just depends on the team. You're working with. I think entirely because there are some that are fully online and you can communicate back and forth without even being on phone calls So i think there's a way to do it but yeah there's there's a certain magic that can only happen when you're all together in the same place agree kind of some of the large companies. I mean like my cousins partner with p. wc. I don't feel like they need to be in person. They're all doing remote tasks and individually anyways and i don't think they want to be the big companies. They enjoy kind of working on their own. Just kind of just colliding. Because i don't know one of my cousins as well. He works at a major accounting firm. And he's just like. I just don't like working at the office. It's just all the financial statements at home just as easy as they can. How do you like the new oil prices and gas prices. They feel great. Don't feel so good. You're gonna drill by what we're gonna go five wells This this End of this year where we're drilling this smack over. Well we're putting that in november okay. So that'll be a deep smack over will be the largest of the wells. We drill okay. And then we have four wells. We're drilling in in south texas in bee county bi county so we're looking forward to that various depths deepest being about eight thousand eagle foods. Now know they're going to be a couple of cook mountains.

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"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

08:46 min | 7 months ago

"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Down for me just a little bit whe- when you say that you are not op design. You're like partnering with people that are we honoring assets. Yeah we owned a forty five percent. join interest basically and operated fields from the permian through eagle for nothing to the austin chalk in louisiana okay and they would propose the wells. They would drill the wells. They would give us our bills and we would pair of forty-five percent. Now man there were a few times when they hadn't perfected their leases and we had to turn some six million dollar wells over to landowners white house. It was a really messed up situation. So the lesson. I took away from that was not to be not. I'm gonna show. I'm going to ask you the company's name because that happened to us to somebody that sounds very familiar in upton county so i'm gonna tell operates off air and i'm going to ask you if that's them because dat is Up from what. I've while he's bay companies made they just don't care those drill not even title not. Just give him an issue That causes issues for them. Obviously so then okay. You're like me. We drill with our own money. So thing right so you care a lot more a whole lot more. It's it's nuts all right so now you move to churchill what what was the one with the. You're just like i can do this better than everybody else. And i'm going to do it. It was more being in control my destiny. You know whether or not. I could do it better or worse. I was could make my decisions. Could do the analysis move at my own pace. Certainly i mean anytime. You're starting a company. There were a lot of diverse skillset. So that were were you scared. Oh yeah there's not you know. The first thing we did. I was like man this is. I'm spending three million dollars about seventy two hours. I can imagine you know. So did you. Tap into any of the old. Pe nagging contact no. Well i'd certainly worked with some lenders in the legs. We didn't have any debt that was more family and friends myself. They really become partners. How that worked. We had a few partners but primarily it was. It was myself my father. So dad came out of retirement as a set operated around the globe and honestly with some of the most fun i ever had pretty cool getting to spend every day with them and just have a blast. I got your dad man. Your dad's a cool smart guy. It sounds like you guys did some great stuff. And i mean we got to chat on some of the stuff that we did We have we bought an acquisition that you were also looking at yup and that i was lucky enough to get your data's wall on that was nice. Always how brother yeah. Man was good we got to. We got to see how smarter half sees. He sees how they work on some of the stuff. We're just the dumb dumbs around here. I don't know about that. But like i said. Hopefully the data helps it definitely. Does it definitely does. So then you're at churchill. And now you are with fletcher. Yeah you know during the downturn in twenty twenty. I mean everybody was was starved. And you know. I've i've out close round a good buddy name rick fletcher for gosh number of years and is extremely strong operational in. I'm pretty decent operator. But i'm a lot better when it comes to the finance and the structure managing the day to day operations and the likes and So he and. I decided that you know we go to work together and Chased a few deals together over the years much like you and myself out bidding on things at each other wound up with everything else. Ric asked me if i'd come over and and hope lead his effort and it seemed like a like a good idea and now you're the president of elektra. Petroleum cracked so first of all congratulations. That's a new. It's a fletcher has been around for an in various capacities for a little over a decade partner. Rick he He started off in canada. He easily like me. He's a man of the world is the son of a british sailor who was born in tripoli. Africa emigrated canada and grew. Grew a really nice company. Called fletcher production. Sold it in two thousand nine okay and talked to rick before. But i've never met him. Okay i think i've talked. I think i was kind of similar standpoint. We looked at some stuff and just kind of naturally conversations is passed together. But i'm never met him. He's a great guy. I really really good gay big heart. But he retired. Move down to Fair hope alabama which is a beautiful little town. If you haven't been there to just chilling. yeah he was about an hour north of gulf shores. He bought a big piece of land on a polo field lamborghini. You know much like yourself. Just enjoy life. Jones says well then oil goes up over one hundred bucks in twenty ten and he goes man. I'm gonna have to do this again. So he goes drills. I first mac over well big step out. Nobody thought the play went out there. On the amos. Well came at eight hundred a day. It's produced a million one barrels of oil and was well to be. Cf again yeah. And that was Twelve dollar gas and one hundred and twenty dollar oil Could make company. Yeah absolutely so. He's drilled a bunch of info there. We've put all of our alabama production on secondary recovery. There a water drive units And then started buying pdp in texas so naturally wanted a houston office wanted personnel here boots on the ground. And you're building the office now from base of what we have. Yeah we started working together. Last august was just over a year. Now we now have over twelve people in the houston office. That's awesome out downtown around here downtown. Downtown why dude. Why are you still downtown. I've told you this cova. We left We left downtown and moved into a private building buddy of mine. Who's actually our insurance broker. Owns his own building on memorial and shepherd. Shepard i'm sorry as sawyer. Okay been there for almost eighteen months and we've slowly outgrown. It looked for new space. And it's you get good deals downtown now because everybody's left man exactly everybody's been kind of ever since coverted. Is it still. Because i remember you are at the chase building before a you. You're the churchill ops. Were very nice. And i remember but that building was so big huge. I can't imagine it did well during covert. I feel like a lot of people probably left. It's still a very low occupancy rates it because like how you supposed to like all these big companies the ones that are going to be at chase building They're going to either working from home or they're half-staff right now or i don't know how they're doing. How do you feel about where from home by the way i'm not a fan. I like it either at a. I don't i don't feel as productive. I'd rather be in the office personality productive. Either and then i i don't know our staff is now but i find for smaller companies. We rely a lot on that interpersonal communication. Oh absolutely no. I mean there's very seldom decisions made that we don't huddle up and say we're all smart guys here each of us. It's supposed to be domain experts in our respective fields but nonetheless. You're still smart guy. We need to think about this hedging strategy. We need to think about whatever the case may be and it just so much more beneficial to rouse draining my entire cell phone battery by lunch from home just constantly. Yeah banging out call. I'm working from home. donny. What's your take away from It just depends on the team. You're working with. I think entirely because there are some that are fully online and you can communicate back and forth without even being on phone calls So i think there's a way to do it but yeah there's there's a certain magic that can only happen when you're all together in the same place agree kind of some of the large companies. I mean like my cousins partner with p. wc. I don't feel like they need to be in person. They're all doing remote tasks and individually anyways and i don't think they want to be the big companies. They enjoy kind of working on their own. Just kind of just colliding. Because i don't know one of my cousins as well. He works at a major accounting firm. And he's just like. I just don't like working at the office. It's just all the financial statements at home just as easy as they can. How do you like the new oil prices and gas prices. They feel great. Don't feel so good. You're gonna drill by what we're gonna go five wells This this End of this year where we're drilling this smack over. Well we're putting that in november okay. So that'll be a deep smack over will be the largest of the wells. We drill okay. And then we have four wells. We're drilling in in south texas in bee county bi county so we're looking forward to that various depths deepest being about eight thousand eagle foods. Now know they're going to be a couple of cook mountains.

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"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

07:20 min | 7 months ago

"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Pace. Certainly i mean anytime. You're starting a company. There were a lot of diverse skillset. So that were were you scared. Oh yeah there's not you know. The first thing we did. I was like man this is. I'm spending three million dollars about seventy two hours. I can imagine you know. So did you. Tap into any of the old. Pe nagging contact no. Well i'd certainly worked with some lenders in the legs. We didn't have any debt that was more family and friends myself. They really become partners. How that worked. We had a few partners but primarily it was. It was myself my father. So dad came out of retirement as a set operated around the globe and honestly with some of the most fun i ever had pretty cool getting to spend every day with them and just have a blast. I got your dad man. Your dad's a cool smart guy. It sounds like you guys did some great stuff. And i mean we got to chat on some of the stuff that we did We have we bought an acquisition that you were also looking at yup and that i was lucky enough to get your data's wall on that was nice. Always how brother yeah. Man was good we got to. We got to see how smarter half sees. He sees how they work on some of the stuff. We're just the dumb dumbs around here. I don't know about that. But like i said. Hopefully the data helps it definitely. Does it definitely does. So then you're at churchill. And now you are with fletcher. Yeah you know during the downturn in twenty twenty. I mean everybody was was starved. And you know. I've i've out close round a good buddy name rick fletcher for gosh number of years and is extremely strong operational in. I'm pretty decent operator. But i'm a lot better when it comes to the finance and the structure managing the day to day operations and the likes and So he and. I decided that you know we go to work together and Chased a few deals together over the years much like you and myself out bidding on things at each other wound up with everything else. Ric asked me if i'd come over and and hope lead his effort and it seemed like a like a good idea and now you're the president of elektra. Petroleum cracked so first of all congratulations. That's a new. It's a fletcher has been around for an in various capacities for a little over a decade partner. Rick he He started off in canada. He easily like me. He's a man of the world is the son of a british sailor who was born in tripoli. Africa emigrated canada and grew. Grew a really nice company. Called fletcher production. Sold it in two thousand nine okay and talked to rick before. But i've never met him. Okay i think i've talked. I think i was kind of similar standpoint. We looked at some stuff and just kind of naturally conversations is passed together. But i'm never met him. He's a great guy. I really really good gay big heart. But he retired. Move down to Fair hope alabama which is a beautiful little town. If you haven't been there to just chilling. yeah he was about an hour north of gulf shores. He bought a big piece of land on a polo field lamborghini. You know much like yourself. Just enjoy life. Jones says well then oil goes up over one hundred bucks in twenty ten and he goes man. I'm gonna have to do this again. So he goes drills. I first mac over well big step out. Nobody thought the play went out there. On the amos. Well came at eight hundred a day. It's produced a million one barrels of oil and was well to be. Cf again yeah. And that was Twelve dollar gas and one hundred and twenty dollar oil Could make company. Yeah absolutely so. He's drilled a bunch of info there. We've put all of our alabama production on secondary recovery. There a water drive units And then started buying pdp in texas so naturally wanted a houston office wanted personnel here boots on the ground. And you're building the office now from base of what we have. Yeah we started working together. Last august was just over a year. Now we now have over twelve people in the houston office. That's awesome out downtown around here downtown. Downtown why dude. Why are you still downtown. I've told you this cova. We left We left downtown and moved into a private building buddy of mine. Who's actually our insurance broker. Owns his own building on memorial and shepherd. Shepard i'm sorry as sawyer. Okay been there for almost eighteen months and we've slowly outgrown. It looked for new space. And it's you get good deals downtown now because everybody's left man exactly everybody's been kind of ever since coverted. Is it still. Because i remember you are at the chase building before a you. You're the churchill ops. Were very nice. And i remember but that building was so big huge. I can't imagine it did well during covert. I feel like a lot of people probably left. It's still a very low occupancy rates it because like how you supposed to like all these big companies the ones that are going to be at chase building They're going to either working from home or they're half-staff right now or i don't know how they're doing. How do you feel about where from home by the way i'm not a fan. I like it either at a. I don't i don't feel as productive. I'd rather be in the office personality productive. Either and then i i don't know our staff is now but i find for smaller companies. We rely a lot on that interpersonal communication. Oh absolutely no. I mean there's very seldom decisions made that we don't huddle up and say we're all smart guys here each of us. It's supposed to be domain experts in our respective fields but nonetheless. You're still smart guy. We need to think about this hedging strategy. We need to think about whatever the case may be and it just so much more beneficial to rouse draining my entire cell phone battery by lunch from home just constantly. Yeah banging out call. I'm working from home. donny. What's your take away from It just depends on the team. You're working with. I think entirely because there are some that are fully online and you can communicate back and forth without even being on phone calls So i think there's a way to do it but yeah there's there's a certain magic that can only happen when you're all together in the same place agree kind of some of the large companies. I mean like my cousins partner with p. wc. I don't feel like they need to be in person. They're all doing remote tasks and individually anyways and i don't think they want to be the big companies. They enjoy kind of working on their own. Just kind of just colliding. Because i don't know one of my cousins as well. He works at a major accounting firm. And he's just like. I just don't like working at the office. It's just all the financial statements at home just as easy as they can. How do you like the new oil prices and gas prices. They feel great. Don't feel so good. You're gonna drill by what we're gonna go five wells This this End of this year where we're drilling this smack over. Well we're putting that in november okay. So that'll be a deep smack over will be the largest of the wells. We drill okay. And then we have four wells. We're drilling in in south texas in bee county bi county so we're looking forward to that various depths deepest being about eight thousand eagle foods. Now know they're going to be a couple of cook mountains.

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"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

06:46 min | 7 months ago

"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"A few partners but primarily it was. It was myself my father. So dad came out of retirement as a set operated around the globe and honestly with some of the most fun i ever had pretty cool getting to spend every day with them and just have a blast. I got your dad man. Your dad's a cool smart guy. It sounds like you guys did some great stuff. And i mean we got to chat on some of the stuff that we did We have we bought an acquisition that you were also looking at yup and that i was lucky enough to get your data's wall on that was nice. Always how brother yeah. Man was good we got to. We got to see how smarter half sees. He sees how they work on some of the stuff. We're just the dumb dumbs around here. I don't know about that. But like i said. Hopefully the data helps it definitely. Does it definitely does. So then you're at churchill. And now you are with fletcher. Yeah you know during the downturn in twenty twenty. I mean everybody was was starved. And you know. I've i've out close round a good buddy name rick fletcher for gosh number of years and is extremely strong operational in. I'm pretty decent operator. But i'm a lot better when it comes to the finance and the structure managing the day to day operations and the likes and So he and. I decided that you know we go to work together and Chased a few deals together over the years much like you and myself out bidding on things at each other wound up with everything else. Ric asked me if i'd come over and and hope lead his effort and it seemed like a like a good idea and now you're the president of elektra. Petroleum cracked so first of all congratulations. That's a new. It's a fletcher has been around for an in various capacities for a little over a decade partner. Rick he He started off in canada. He easily like me. He's a man of the world is the son of a british sailor who was born in tripoli. Africa emigrated canada and grew. Grew a really nice company. Called fletcher production. Sold it in two thousand nine okay and talked to rick before. But i've never met him. Okay i think i've talked. I think i was kind of similar standpoint. We looked at some stuff and just kind of naturally conversations is passed together. But i'm never met him. He's a great guy. I really really good gay big heart. But he retired. Move down to Fair hope alabama which is a beautiful little town. If you haven't been there to just chilling. yeah he was about an hour north of gulf shores. He bought a big piece of land on a polo field lamborghini. You know much like yourself. Just enjoy life. Jones says well then oil goes up over one hundred bucks in twenty ten and he goes man. I'm gonna have to do this again. So he goes drills. I first mac over well big step out. Nobody thought the play went out there. On the amos. Well came at eight hundred a day. It's produced a million one barrels of oil and was well to be. Cf again yeah. And that was Twelve dollar gas and one hundred and twenty dollar oil Could make company. Yeah absolutely so. He's drilled a bunch of info there. We've put all of our alabama production on secondary recovery. There a water drive units And then started buying pdp in texas so naturally wanted a houston office wanted personnel here boots on the ground. And you're building the office now from base of what we have. Yeah we started working together. Last august was just over a year. Now we now have over twelve people in the houston office. That's awesome out downtown around here downtown. Downtown why dude. Why are you still downtown. I've told you this cova. We left We left downtown and moved into a private building buddy of mine. Who's actually our insurance broker. Owns his own building on memorial and shepherd. Shepard i'm sorry as sawyer. Okay been there for almost eighteen months and we've slowly outgrown. It looked for new space. And it's you get good deals downtown now because everybody's left man exactly everybody's been kind of ever since coverted. Is it still. Because i remember you are at the chase building before a you. You're the churchill ops. Were very nice. And i remember but that building was so big huge. I can't imagine it did well during covert. I feel like a lot of people probably left. It's still a very low occupancy rates it because like how you supposed to like all these big companies the ones that are going to be at chase building They're going to either working from home or they're half-staff right now or i don't know how they're doing. How do you feel about where from home by the way i'm not a fan. I like it either at a. I don't i don't feel as productive. I'd rather be in the office personality productive. Either and then i i don't know our staff is now but i find for smaller companies. We rely a lot on that interpersonal communication. Oh absolutely no. I mean there's very seldom decisions made that we don't huddle up and say we're all smart guys here each of us. It's supposed to be domain experts in our respective fields but nonetheless. You're still smart guy. We need to think about this hedging strategy. We need to think about whatever the case may be and it just so much more beneficial to rouse draining my entire cell phone battery by lunch from home just constantly. Yeah banging out call. I'm working from home. donny. What's your take away from It just depends on the team. You're working with. I think entirely because there are some that are fully online and you can communicate back and forth without even being on phone calls So i think there's a way to do it but yeah there's there's a certain magic that can only happen when you're all together in the same place agree kind of some of the large companies. I mean like my cousins partner with p. wc. I don't feel like they need to be in person. They're all doing remote tasks and individually anyways and i don't think they want to be the big companies. They enjoy kind of working on their own. Just kind of just colliding. Because i don't know one of my cousins as well. He works at a major accounting firm. And he's just like. I just don't like working at the office. It's just all the financial statements at home just as easy as they can. How do you like the new oil prices and gas prices. They feel great. Don't feel so good. You're gonna drill by what we're gonna go five wells This this End of this year where we're drilling this smack over. Well we're putting that in november okay. So that'll be a deep smack over will be the largest of the wells. We drill okay. And then we have four wells. We're drilling in in south texas in bee county bi county so we're looking forward to that various depths deepest being about eight thousand eagle foods. Now know they're going to be a couple of cook mountains.

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"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"There's so much you can do a drone technology these days. What's so funny johnny. Did they look cool. Like a stupid little kid. When you said that the best was we were doing a that. The shell burger j. Well in the arctic right in the in the chuck cheesy and Our our seismic or hydrophones picked up a russian sub and this was like tensions were high and we turned on the mass light and literally ran those sub back out of the us waters. Dod meetings and a debrief all kinds of people. I probably shouldn't.

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"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

07:11 min | 7 months ago

"chris carter" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast

"Dining davis use of chaderi. Not on the ones in twos and this week a man who needs no introduction. A man by the name of chris carter. Thanks chris. this is really really exciting. Manso me and chris. Are you know what i'm going to go. We're good friends appreciate what we. We've obviously had a lot of business dealings and business relationships and we've we've done so much together but mean of obviously we've we've known each what feels like a couple of years now but years we've known each other for a minute. We knew each other. Pre kobe cove. It happened in that kind of got everything. A little bit Wonky but so. I knew chris. From when you were with i i don't the whole situation. Churchill oiling gas or resources church oil and gas churchill oil and gas. So first of all the name i always i asked you the first time. Churchill oil and gas. We're why is my great uncle's namesake. Which is winston churchill. Yeah so my my middle name. Churchill father's names churchill winston churchill's great uncle prime minister. Wow that's pretty cool. Churchill but Do you know any really cool. Like churchill stories that like. I don't think i know that have already been published. The guy was pretty Pretty renowned okay. Yeah so i. I recently just a. I don't know why. I think i watched a movie about him. I think and i didn't realize what like he's he was a sounds like a really smart man but he drank a lot a lot. He drank a lot. He ate a lot. You see where i get it from. Hey man there's nothing wrong with that it's We were just talking about the industry man. It's it's good thing to have but he would. I think it was a count that he drank. Forty five thousand bottles of champagne and his life. Forty five thousand bottles of champagne. And i'm sure they weren't poor bottle. Very nice waters go to drink. Are that just happy to drink a lot of champagne as understand interesting. So i i was like so. I always thought like i always knew him. As kind of the strategists like A war hero type of guy Brilliant technician yeah. That's what i thought of. When i think of that i always think of a guy that probably you know likes to. You know have a few drinks but forty five thousand bottles of champagne is like that's a lot of shame. Any relate soup. That's another thing alert ago. That's another thing. I wanted to really likes. Liquids and the man likes his liquids stay hydrated. So so you so. When did you start. Look actually. I'm going to go back oil and gas man. How did you. Because you're the you're the president of churchill oil and gas. How did you get into the industry. Let's start with when you are a little squirt and go all the way back so my my great grandfather was secretary of energy during world war two. My grandfather was president of mobile. My dad was president of slumber. Jay and as an executive conaco phillips exxon mobil. I grew up. Overseas lived in seven countries growing up while dad developed resources countries. I gotta hear these Started in jakarta. Indonesia left there for london. England london to lagos nigeria. Nigeria to cairo egypt egypt onto frankfurt. We got to do a nice little stanton bartlesville oklahoma phillips and then to To beijing china. My parents moved onto hong kong thereafter. But she's chris eddie. Real cultural speak a few languages and in the legs. We'll travel more stamps in my passport and more vaccines than any. Y'all i'd probably makes a lot of sentiment and all those countries. Okay so you were a your product of an ex pat. Yes absolutely until college. More years internationally than i had here in here in the states you end up going to college. I went to my my younger sister. And i as you may imagine very close to moving around a whole lot and sure to be a veterinarian and she picked texas. You know donald. I'll meet you there all right texas in grade school by the way. I think they'd call me a to percenter but still of the school. I think that's where my my stepson keegan's gonna wind up a lot of it. Has his mom went there. I went there and it's close enough to where we won't drop on them but still. I'm sorry far enough to where we won't drop in on them. We close enough to where he can still come on. Yeah okay that's nice. That's nice so you went to travel the world as a young man went to am assuming you've got petroleum engineering degree from their accident. Chemical mechanical undergrad and then went to university of saint thomas here in houston an mba and then rice or master science of finance okay so now. A sea level position a management level position was an mba worth it. I've had this conversation with a few people man. I coach a lot of people and it really comes down to what your goals you know if you just want the knowledge. There's a lotta great. Mba if you want the network of you're looking at some of the i v.'s. Or the really well. Well known schools And if you're thinking you're going to get a promotion. You're probably mistaken. Yeah no that's. I've also heard that is that mba's and phd's actually any form of higher learning as if for a perspective. It's like checking a box it is. It really doesn't do anything else. Are you thinking about getting an mba. I would argue trying to discredit the. I'm not trying to discredit no. Because it's actually been so it's been in my mind for bits so i got into the Not the the executive mba rice. So i got in there and was just like okay. Maybe this is a good idea. And then i realize how much work would probably go into alongside my already. Crazy schedule alongside. Having a family. I was just like i don't know i can see the benefit outweighing the the cost of timing rate. Really absolutely the. How much time do. I have in a day to kind of do that. So and i also. I'm a big believer in. That's kind of a bullshit. Excuse if you wanna do something you'll do it so i'm not sure i haven't from everybody i've talked to and chris you're more of your common sense guy too. You don't just kind of anytime we've talked. I don't get the just the the nerdy. Hey plus b has equal see. I always get the. Hey there's obviously different ways to skin this cat and you always been very creative in all the solutions that we've always talked about. It doesn't seem like you're a you're you're just a book smart guy your kind. You get the street smarts in there as well so africa street-smart perspective. I really don't see the the from the streets of beijing baby traveler so you can negotiate never language. Then i speak german chinese english. My first language was actually bahasa. But i don't remember it a hostile from from indonesia but you know spending so much time with nannies and the likes on a very young age. My first language was was was bahasa. That's pretty cool. That's a.

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"chris carter" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"chris carter" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Here to answer your automotive questions. Thanks for joining us under the hood. Shannon Nordstrom is here to do the same Welcome hoodies. Thanks for tuning in so we can help you tune up. I'm Chris Carter here to answer your calls at 866594. 4150 and we are here in the brand new your business here Studio if you would like to become a studio spot. So your business your business name here? 8665944150. We've got calls coming in. So let's go right to Montana and talk to Tracy. You're on the under the hood show. What can we do for you? Tracy? You could accept my congratulations on the new studio for one. Thank you. So my old seven Explorer, it's a V eight. First time the temperature dropped down in the double digits. I gotta or excuse me the single digits. I got a terrible Rattle. It sounded like a heat shield or something. So I'm under there banging with a rubber mallet trying to find it, I think. Well, I thought I would just wait a few weeks till it got really bad and boy did. Um, it's the there's an exhaust pipe coming down each side of the engine. And it's a two piece heat shield, one against the firewall and one kind of out in the open. Ones out in the open on both sides. Is just pop spot welded on, and they were both super loose. Most of the spot welds were broke. I just wiggle them back and forth a few times, and they broke off. They're right there where the 02 sensors are the upstream sensors. My question is, Should I wrap that area with the Lost. Uh, heat tape. Do something else or do nothing. Well, you want You want the shields on there, or Something to protect the vehicle with with you on a mail route. You're going to generate a lot of heat under that hood and those little drive that on the mail route. It's I'm sorry, gets driven like 15 miles to work and then back every day. Well, you know, it might not be as bad there, but the heat shields are there to protect a few things and one of them. Is protecting sensors and wires and hoses from Premature failure from just heatstroke. They get hot and they dry out. They get brittle on the break. So they put these shields okay? And the other thing is to protect the cabin from excessive heat and things like that and fires, but You know you could wrap it with that Looks like the the ace bandage you put on your arm that goes around the exhaust. That would be one thing you could do for that. And if you know that the vehicles use is only gonna be those short runs. It's probably not the biggest problem in the world. If if this vehicle just doesn't get driven a lot Why you hate all the sun put into the different service and then you forget that that shield had been taken off because it is going to a lot of ambient heat into the firewall cabin area could be a problem over time. And like, Rush said that heat so yeah, it's actually the one that's facing the other direction. So I didn't think it would be a problem. But I was worried about if I wrapped it. Retaining too much heat may be hurting Oh, to sense or something, but I wouldn't worry about what I should do. That's what I will do. OK, Just don't wrap the sensor up because there I have a question for you before you go. So you and this is I've always wanted this. So you have a vehicle that you drive to work and then take a different vehicle out on the route. Right now. I do just because I have way too many cars, and I'm trying to get him all driven. Okay? Yeah, that makes sense. I was excused. That's not how I normally operate. Yeah, I just bought a little sports car. So, Yeah. And you guys were talking just a few weeks ago. To some Some guy that had a mail route was want to know how to handle Saving up money for repairs and stuff. I put away 400 bucks every paycheck. Okay, and I usually don't spend anywhere near that much. But you know, it's just for anybody that drives you got to spend, you know. Figure out how much you spend in a year and divided by 12, and it's Ah, It's a smart way to budget and then you can buy a sports car. If you have all that left over when you don't Yes, Cheap one. Thanks like, thanks, Tracy. 8665944150. Well, you've asked that question of a fireman. No, because they don't generally drive their own fire trucks on the fire around that was my boy on and that there are I know we have listeners who are probably in areas where they don't have a mailman in their personal car. In rural areas you use provide the car When you're the mailman. In most situations, I would guess I was just doing a employee review yesterday with one of our inventory personnel, and he used to work for the post office. And it was interesting to me that the wrote that he had On foot. He never Never had a vehicle. He would get out to his location. And then other people would bring the mail to the relay boxes. Okay, and then he would walk his road and never have a vehicle. And so then he had a couple of spots that were designated as rest stops so they could check to see if he was on his 10 minute break. If he stopped for longer than a certain period of time. It was all monitored. And that was way more intricate than I ever realized, for. Sure, Yeah, so there are other people that were relaying the mail to these boxes. Then he would just be hooking it. To the different places in this section of a town that he was in. Was it a big town or a small town? How not far.

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Jacob Roloff Says He Was Molested by Former Little People, Big World Producer

Mojo In The Morning

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Jacob Roloff Says He Was Molested by Former Little People, Big World Producer

"People big world star roloff says he was sexually abused by a producer of the popular. Tlc reality show off. Is the youngest child of amy and matt roloff who both have dwarfism. The premise heim the show in a lengthy instagram post. This week jake. Roloff claimed that he was molested by former producer. Chris carter mom wall taping the show with his family. He is now twenty three years old. He wrote quote. It is often much to think about things than it is to talk about them. And so this disclosure been delayed. But through that delay i have found the fortitude and words as a child after what i realized now a long grooming process i was molested by an executive field producer for little people. Big world and jake said he didn't want to share details of the encounters. He would only say that he hopes this man is never allowed. children Never allowed around children again. Excuse me tlc. I know made a statement yesterday. They said they just learned of these alleged encounters It is a third party connected to the production of little people big world. They said they are cooperating with authorities and are saddened and troubled by the very serious allegation.

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"chris carter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"chris carter" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Deals senator did someone dead center of the back wall order to give the Yankees a lead it's hard poorly there was a Chris Carter to grade the hall of fame wide receiver from mostly from the Vikings right that is soon is it like when I first set eyes when you that's when it hit it you know he guessed on the whole leading leaving home Monday before no that's not actually confuse me for a second and then it hit me because I was thinking more along baseball and I was like oh yeah Chris Carter okay that that's actually very good empire any that was good well Chris Carter was weird because he led the league in home runs and nobody cared right now looks like the right nobody saw you know someone's Franco yeah it was it was almost as if him leading the league in home runs did absolutely nothing to help his free agency and then yeah he came to the Yankees and mostly struck out basically but you forget about him lead the league in home runs because when you think of a guy legally at home runs you think a bigger names of the guys that accomplish more he did accomplish that but you know the rest of his career is blocked I think that home and actually that John just cold again give fans like me were upset because they thought those gonna give makes our life a team and maybe stay on them thanks yeah but no he didn't I think is really sick a week later Chris Carter in we're now we're playing now he's a league anymore for some reason I thought he went overseas based well yeah but baseball references last game was with the Yankees so really that was it for his career if he is released tomorrow wow welcome our number to discover it was another awful Yankee played for years the team was awful for all them he wants me to errors in the subway series games cost the Yankees a game trying to think back now to the subway series to everything there is in a subway series game because the I'm sorry if he's a shortstop right yes yeah because I'm remembering the game now and I'm trying to remember who it was but was a shortstop remember the errors in the match with the game on a walk off for some reason I believe so I think I used a walk off on the error in the second did you know what I think you're right and okay Ramiro Pena the three to.

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"chris carter" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"chris carter" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

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"chris carter" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"chris carter" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"To scheduled scheduled to join us tomorrow Chris Carter Dan Marino and weapon X. Brian Dawkins which is very cool so make sure you're here tomorrow morning as we kind of fully transition towards the Superbowl although I think that this entire week and for many weeks after that so many months of many years our hearts will be heavy after the passing of Kobe Bryant it's a day to day were will try to bridge between the grief in the morning of yesterday with looking ahead to Superbowl week but I do want you to know that if you would like to talk and you want to remember Kobe's career and what you've been thinking about since his passing I'm here for you I'm open I'm I'm ready to do it as well so your phone number if you want to jump in on you know things that you thought about since Kobe has passed or what he meant to you or whatnot this is always good we have a place for you to to chat about it so here you go eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven and on Twitter you can connect with ME DA on CBS even Kobe's final NBA finals game his last NBA finals game this was game seven against the Celtics twenty ten he became the first guard in thirty years to grab fifteen boards in a single finals game the last guy to do that was Magic Johnson and think about magic at six nine bill much less like a garden a forward or big man he became the first guard to read fifteen rebounds in an NBA finals game I think that's a really cool stacked remember Kobe with and by and one of the many is that he played beyond what his traditional role was supposed to be and that when it mattered most he was going to do everything in his power to win that game no matter what it entailed you don't think about Kobe being a rebounder but when it mattered his final finals game ever in a game seven against the hated Celtics he grabbed fifteen of them the first time a guard had done that in the NBA finals since Magic Johnson thirty years earlier amazing also we lived there for those moments and he lived to be the guy and even when it didn't go well like is terrible shooting nights in a close out game in two thousand and eight against the Boston Celtics it didn't matter he was gonna keep shoot it didn't matter because he believed he was the best option and the more often than not he definitely was I think also about how cool be billed himself into an elite defender and the cool thing about that is that Kobe came into the NBA not as a great defender probably not thinking much about defense he was a scorer but because of Michael was a great defender Kobe had to build himself into a great defender and did and people remember Kobe for his scoring unleashing fury on the opponent from scoring bonanza barrage the guy was a what is a lock down defenders you're going to find he became one of the most potent scores ever and combined it with one of the great defenders of his era an amazing an amazing combination and how do you do that sure well I'm gonna work my **** off to get there you'll see of course the sports world will mess Kobe Bryant another tighten in modern sports of course Tom Brady and Tom Brady of course was the starting quarterback in New England when Jimmy rob Lowe was the backup and for a number of season three seasons Karabagh low watched under Tom Brady before he was traded to the forty Niners rob Lowe said last night at media nights that Tom Brady has reached out to him he shot me a tax this guy you know good.

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The Ghost Lights of Brown Mountain

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:22 min | 2 years ago

The Ghost Lights of Brown Mountain

"Brown mountain is a low line. Mine Ridge approximately one point five miles long in the Pisgah national forest near Morganson North Carolina. Since at least early early twentieth century mysterious eliminations known as the Brown Mountain Lights have been seen there perhaps more significantly as the fact that many of the people that let's see these lights vanish on October. Twenty eleven dozens of individuals claimed to have seen the lights that same night. Thirty people camping nearby went missing. Local law enforcement opened an investigation but to date. No conclusion regarding the missing campers have been reached back in one thousand nine hundred fifty two project blue book the Air Force's conservative effort to look into. UFO's launched an extensive study of Brown Mountain. Elton and concluded that the lights could not be explained but that there was no connection between the lights and the people that had vanished after seeing them but in eighteen fifty fifty two an incident occurred to substantiated. The legend a woman had disappeared in the local stock that the husband had killed her. The local community came together the other to search for the body when it became too dark to continue. The search strange lights appeared on Brown Mountain. Superstitions of the time led in some of the community to believe that the lights represented the spirit of the dead woman. Come back to haunt her husband. The search ended without finding the body. But but the next day it was determined that many of the searchers had disappeared. Another incident concerned plantation owner. who was hunting on Brown Mountain? When he didn't return by nightfall his slaves went out with lanterns and search and never returned? Local folklore contains dozens of accounts of the people see the lights and vanishes shortly thereafter by nineteen sixty the legend of Brown mountain lights and a number of disappearances was immortalized. A song by Scott Wiseman the legend of the Brown Mountain Lights in nineteen ninety. Nine Chris. Carter's x files episode. Field trip shuddered around the lectern Brown Mount back in one thousand nine hundred ninety two. US Geological Survey was conducted and it was determined that those that had seen the lights. We're actually seeing lights from a train or campers fires but shortly after the USGS study. There was a massive flood in the area. All power was knocked out. Train tracks washed away. The train was unable to traverse the area and during that entire period the lights of Brown mountain were visible and those in close proximity to or around. The mountain vanished. The Legend Lights Brown mountain unlike many rural regional channel stories and folklore have not faded with time no less than five musicians from the area including Sonny James and Roy. Orbison have kept the legend live in Song Television Weird or what ancient aliens and mystery hunters of focused on the lights of Brown. Now in two thousand fourteen the lights were the centerpiece of the movie. Alien Abduction in book form. It was Kathy Rights. Speaking in bones the lights can be seen from the Blue Ridge Parkway at milepost three ten and three a one and from the Brown mountain overlook along North Carolina Highway one eighty one. Near Jones Ridge North Carolina additionally good sightings of the lights have been reported from the top of Table Rock and Weisman's view view both located in the Louisville Gorge Wilderness. The best time of year to see them reportedly September in twenty twelve. The Brown Mountain Lights Symposium was held in nearby town of Morgantown at the Municipal Auditorium. The event was attended by thousands. So skeptics others. Who claimed to have seen the lights of all the reports of lights in the sky over the past centuries abductions impossible? UFO's it's none or as consistent and frequently reported and undeniable as the Brown Mountain Lights North Carolina

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"chris carter" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"chris carter" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Can we stop napoli. We stop this stupid stupid dumb. It doesn't like dumb. I have a sidebar newsletter for a lot of y'all. Have i don't know about you. You do look at the beer. You care yeah you. Do you do too much now. You're a nerd waiting in our all right you see you. You'll see anyway <hes>. It's just stupid shit soup and dan the black folks who made it. Oh he's a capitalist so he can't be a stupid necessarily done. You need money for these causes. <hes> lay their talk about these like there's a nuance you got him before. You're right but the issue with like we we don't know how to have that kind of public discourse discourse. I'm just saying as a community. I don't think we actually know how to have that kind of public discourse as a whole. I'm not saying that individuals of us don't as a whole. I don't think not atomization <hes> healthy conversations. Some people don't like i just a lot of people is just as the internet will let you you see the dow is this really unfortunate what does mccain and a more a more saddened by pretty good but him saying fuck cabinet like i was saddened by that because defected got to the point where he had to say some silly shit lightly. That's unfortunate latest fortunate that it got to the point where did have happened. Anyone is taking darnold. Arnold side is to be taking and it's just really unfortunate so especially people out. There are people out. Listen if you're not doing she like oh. I don't want want to hear anything. You'd have to say. There's a lot of people don't shit. I don't why do you think is it a whole a whole lot of people that ain't shit at its flooding and also so we're just gonna just gonna arrays everything pottage as he has done well it gets spun into do he made social justice some kind of capitalist public bliss so was he doing that before this when doing as as you weren't hearing about was he was he doing it. Then you ask the wrong or not i wanna know like so just this so it only counts that that narrative one account for the one on at you like are are hyping up. Did you did account for what he was doing. Things and nobody was hearing about it. No goofy man pick and choose pick pick and choose culture man. It's goofy and wish people behave. I hate tagging culture on anything by the way i hate it but whatever just wish that with more wants lots of conversation which is why i have purposely not come on the internet at all <hes> i just don't think there is a right amount of nuance in <hes> and and <hes> i dunno context and this i mean even hate that and has too many divisive voices yet in something that doesn't need to be nope. There are no signs people so yeah also fucked jason with yeah alley fucking both eyebrows. I'm almost i'm like i don't i do not purposely precisely seek out clips of people on f._s._n. I don't need it only donate a lot on one person i with chris carter in nuclear and gene will i i don't i don't seek out clips from these people. Oh no i don't i don't i don't want to support these people. So that's where my struggle. I liked it right chris cardamoms life. There are a lot of toxic people on it yet. I mean and i watch <hes> when when i see the clips on the speedy later they gotta watch. This thing hang on skip annoys me. Skip isn't a racist skit on racism. Skip isn't a entertained skit doesn't believe half the shit's. He believes some of you know his name. Skip says thing. I think are stupid. Skit doesn't say morally reprehensible show now now now. He don't say nothing that i had to stop and be like really yeah like if.

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"chris carter" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"chris carter" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And he lines up all sides, and what could have been the game clinching right exception for the Kansas City Chiefs. It's those moments where coaching kind of comes in. And I just bring that up because if I was a coach it's moments like this that I'll have this clip. I'll have a clip of that play to show my my team. Okay, show, my players that if you want to understand what I get on you guys about what I always say. Hey, listen, focus, look at your surroundings know, what's going on the situation. What I need to do. What about make sure you had that checklist? Okay. Because one play can mess it up for everybody. And we're all looking at. Hey, that's easy. Just lineup. Correct. But then hindsight to cost them the Super Bowl, honestly. But this is the reason this is what good coaches do coaches find those little plays. And then you got someone other players who are on the team saying on it. I never happened to me. And those always the guys that happens to you know, fourth and five, hey, there got a hard count. It's all got to coach God, he jumps offsides. Just like we just told you they're going to hard count to get us off. And then call a time out, but Tom Izzo last night watching him in the way that he coached his players as hard as he did and people took umbrage, and I'm saying why and I know Chris Carter guy who hall of fame wide receiver for the Minnesota. Vikings for many years he had some thoughts on it. And I had similar thoughts as well. Because this is the reason why you go play for coaches like Tom Izzo coach Izzo made a promise to that kid and his parents and last night when he was yelling at that kid. I was wondering to kids. Where at the game. How would the kids parents feel and you know, something the kids parents be that's what we signed up for when he sat in our living room. He told us I'm going to promise you, I'm going to be on your son. I'm growing from young boy into being a real, man. And I'm getting this college degree, those are the things that coats Izzo promises kids and their family. And that's what air got last night. You don't wanna rebound. You don't wanna run back on defense? You're gonna get chewed out by the coach. Chris Carter on f s one first things first, and you know, right after you know, even Henry he tweeted about it and said, here's a tweet from Henry as well. And for people who can't see it out there. It's a it's a bullseye on, you know, basically saying you hit the Mark what Chris Carter is saying is what I've been saying what players who want to be great are saying because all players who want to be great. They want to be coached art. They wanna tell me, you could tell me about all the positives. And all the great things I do. But I think the real cultures are able to find the things that you don't do. Well, or when you are slack into, you know, make me pick my play up. And so that's one of the things that that this term it brings out to it brings out things like that. And you know, that some of the the content that you can get here on the rich Eisen show. And I say that because starting on Tuesday the rich Eisen show just remember this starting Tuesday. The partnership is official. The rich Eisen show will be available to stream free on. NBR live. That's right. You can wash ashore by simply downloading the be our live app on your mobile and connected devices or by going to be our live dot com..

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"chris carter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"chris carter" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"We just heard about the thirty four thirty coming up about Dion Sanders and gave I'll just right off the top Dion Sanders. The greatest athlete of all time. Noticed. Yeah. Just being an athlete. Yes. Just an athlete. Just being an athlete. I mean, it's humor bowl, right? Him one. Yeah. And I think that's that's the two were coming down to you in Bo had the injury. You know the hip injury. But he was. I think I leaned towards boat because Dion was real it was a good baseball player. But bow mean, he could have been all pro with the injury didn't happen. He was an all star in baseball. I think I would lean towards Bo Jackson, but Dion is right there and I loved Dion when he was playing I'll say is probably the best athletes that was the most entertaining, but I would go Bo Jackson too. It's just a little harder to be a running back in my opinion than it is to be a corner. And it was easy for me to say never had to cover Jerry Rice or any? Covering Chris harder. Chris Carter, isn't that bad? Right. Like, I know it's real easy for me to say right there. But I would go with Bo Jackson. And speaking of Bo Jackson. Here's what Bo Jackson thinks about today and athletes would they be able to play two sports. Harder sports. Yes. One hundred percent athletic pool is so rich in deep with talent till it's not funny. It's ridiculous. How talented the kids are if you try to be great in both sports you'll end up being mediocre in both probably be in the second. Now gay. There is one athlete that I think kind of falls under the question of could they possibly play two sports. And that's Cuyler Murray. We know that he is entering the NFL draft. And he's also already been drafted by the Oakland A's, what does DeAnne and bow and doing what they were able to do what does that do for Cuyler the guy the next guy to try to come up and pray probably won't play too. But just having the ability of plates who sport I mean, it's what they did. It doesn't really do anything for Cuyler because keilor's playing a completely different position. You can be Dion. And just be this. Ridiculous athlete and you can play in a baseball game. And then show up, and you know, you can have somebody. Okay, just cover Michael Irvin. And you can rely on your athleticism for that a little bit. The same with playing running back but at the quarterback position. And as demanding as sports are now with the year round -ness of everything. You just can't do it. If you if Tyler Murray was drafted in the first round or even the second round and Shumpert because if you're drafted in the second round as a quarterback, you're probably still somebody's quarterback in the future. And I can't imagine that whomever. His coach would end up being. But they'd be cool that he's playing a baseball game. When they want them in there during mini camp in the middle of may. And they're trying to do these offensive installs. And they can't really teach it to him because he's off riding the bus somewhere around the Carolinas playing double able well. He could he go Jordan right because he would probably make a little bit of money. Go Jordan and by big luxury bus. Remember when Jordan did that? He's like I can't ride around on a regular bus, man. A super duper luxury bus. Maybe Cuyler would would do that. He's making some some decent money. Everybody's trying to give Tyler money to come in in in choose a sport. So maybe he would have to go that way. I am emit golden alongside Gabe nights..

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Cleveland Browns: Is the defense getting too close to Baker Mayfield?

First Things First

03:31 min | 4 years ago

Cleveland Browns: Is the defense getting too close to Baker Mayfield?

"Are getting hot in Cleveland. Here's a story for you. Seize the team gets ready for their second preseason game against the bills. Baker Mayfield has been the center of drama this week. The Browns coordinators got testing practice yesterday over this one Browns reporter tweeted this out, Todd Haley, upset with the defense getting too close to Baker Mayfield said, quote, good teams don't touch the bleep in quarterback to which Greg Williams responded will block them, then artsy see, is this a big deal? Which side are you on here? No, I don't have to be on the side. This is info football. A lot of times now, because Cleveland, they have the microphones. They have the cameras there. And then I'm just going to tell you in recent weeks. I haven't talked about a team that won one game until. More than I've talked about the Brown. So I guess that's that's a positive thing. But these are normal things in practice. The defense, they have an agenda. They have a call sheet. They have the defense they're going to run and they're going to run blitzes the offense. They have a call. She, the plays, the protections, and all those protections call for a guy to block almost every guy on the defense when people don't do their job, coaches, yell at players. Both of these coaches are right. You are not going to be a good team by hitting your quarterback in practice. Every team that knows this from high school where we put them in jerseys there in jersey, for reason that guy's value to the team. It can't be replaced and you have to learn as young football team white Cleveland. You have to learn how to practice, right, and I don't care bakers, rookie. Learn how to practice because of the game has changed. You have to learn how to practice in short. You have to learn how. To be competitive, but not combative. You have to learn how to get guys better and learn how to not guys down and Bill to help guys up and not worry about how looks because there are certain things you just cannot do on the football field in practice that because you're trying to get ready for the game like you don't take certain angles once you have a lime in if I've drive all the way back up by your Nick, I'll take my hand down. I'm put it more on your breastplate, right?

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