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"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

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"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Producing regions the area in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year twenty, twenty three. But who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse and what is their story? This is Permian perspective I'm your host Krista s skinny. Today show is sponsored by Baker Hughes who recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes brand as an energy technology company they strive to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for people and the planet over welcome to this week's episode of Permian Perspective it is so wonderful to be spending this time with you. I know I've told you before but I want to tell you again, I really appreciate you sharing this time. Wherever you are whether that's at home on the road on your walk I know your time is precious and I appreciate you choosing US I'm sitting here today in Midland Texas at my office at raggedy work where and joining us is Mike England. He is the vice president of business development with energy ogre and Sami fields who is an authorized representative for energy. Ogre. Gentlemen. Thank you so much for being with us today. It's been a crazy time lately are y'all doing. Good good head while I'm so excited to hear about energy ogre in what your company does I. I want to invite everyone to leave us a five star review. We like the five if it's okay to but we we'd really love for you to stop by on itunes and leave us a five star review and tell us what you look forward to hearing on Permian perspective. I appreciate all of you who have left one. We will definitely read those in a future broadcast. So thank you ahead of time. All right. Gentlemen was dive right into it..

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"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

08:03 min | 2 months ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"The Permian Basin is an abundant oil and gas producing area. Already one of the world's leading oil producing regions the area in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year twenty, twenty three. But who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse and what is their story? This is Permian perspective I'm your host Krista s skinny. Sponsored by Baker, Hughes who recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes Brand as an energy technology company, they strive to make energy safer cleaner in more efficient for people on the planet. Allow everyone. Welcome to this week's episode per perspective. So nice to be spending time with you as always and I just WanNa thank you for listening and your car and your office during your workout. You, are I'm actually sitting in my office in Midland Texas today joining us via Zen caster is the executive sales manager John Hammond. He is the executive sales manager for drilling services at Tally Energy Services John Thanks for joining us today summer of beer. We'll thank you so much. We're going to get her interview in just a second before we do smog WanNa. Thank everyone who has been cheering our podcast with friends and family and colleagues. We've received such nice emails from listeners all over the world and of course, right? Here in the Permian Basin and I really appreciate each and every one of you and especially those who stop by give that five star review on Itunes we love seeing those but most importantly, I'm just grateful that you appreciate the information and that you're listening and learning each week just like I am. So thank you for doing that or John Hammon is joining us today. Have you been doing? Oh, it's been great. You know really join the new styles and fashions with with face masks. These days is that it's been fun. It's definitely different times different times. Yes Unusual area yes, and the thing is we're all going through this together. We're all here for each other and I and I think that's what I love about the podcast is is that we're getting to hear how how people are transitioning during this time. So I wait to hear your story with tally energy services, but I tell us how did you get into the oil and gas business autopacific question I studied engineering in college I served my career with slumber J. I guess really the primary reason why I gotta go visit it's offered the opportunity to travel. The world a little bit. So I started my career slow Jane worked in. About four years was great experienced, tremendous opportunity the exposure to Scotland. In particular within when you're in your, you realize how much times just on a personal level was recalled travel well, transitions Brazil were an offer projects offer Zil, Internet, for about three years. Came back to the US at into consulting in software development efforts in entrepreneurial neural projects that GonNa found me your new talent organization. That's just it's. A lot of fun you meet all very interesting from all of the world is probably the most international business that I can think of I was finding the also people are are always salt of the earth in. There is a great great career choice for me out for sure despite all the channels revisit this year resilience is run industry for people and I always find that our experiences really helped. You know give us that different perspective in you have really received that by going International Brooke has that been like because you're now? In Houston and of course, doing business here in the Permian. Sure things are a little bit different than maybe being in Scotland. But that experience I'm sure has helped today tell us a little bit about how that has shaped you to be where you are in your career. Well, the word used his perspective I think it's a tremendous opportunity to get to meet lots of different people travel replaces, but also see that while food navy different than the you know the terrain, the geography be different. There's really so much more similar battles that. It makes you feel understand we're all really kind of this the other goals, similar attentions whether you're in the freezing cold haughtily, rain of Scotland, the hot dusty windstorm of a There's sort of unifying things you see across everyone you meet in Economic Asia an interesting perspective keep things if you'll be Zindler outsing absolutely. So then you switched, you said into more into a consulting and entrepreneurial position and that Brady to tally talk a little bit about what tally is doing and how it's making willing gas businesses thrive for also debris question up to talk about what we do. Tally Energy is integrated oilfield. Services Company. So we have we offer technology services across the drilling space, which is where I were completion space as well as production. So it's a tally is busy was created on the acquisition of eleven companies of last few years. So really fantastic technology France. For example, drilling the drill services business where our all time we are off our flagship is premier directional drilling which. Stabbed rain drilled several thousand wells the base over the last few years, and is a great flagship business force withdrew inside the Talian how I came joint. Allen. Was Me along with the are this offer company called Dynasty? The does you three D. operations really real operations or GIO. Syrian well-placed wins during opposition and so kind of Italian idea. Would be to repair established successful brand businesses with cool technology hopefully when you combine the two together. What, what's expression? The whole is greater than the sum of the parts around of what we know what we're trying to do it in a lot of what's the hotel are tallied focuses we want to help our make that wells and so let's providing. The operators with the right speed the right size, the right priced technology purpose in the premiums. For example, the kind of market the we want to service the customers that we try to tailor our offerings round and it's a it's been a great learning strange to me. I was listening to your other podcast, the guy named comments of. The smartest guy in the room? You're in the wrong room. That's that's never problem for me. I'm never in the wrong room. So it's been reopened learn a lot about you know the drilling business in general and just how he's done in the Bermuda in it's really kind of awe-inspiring you. In with scale out things of progress in changing proved in the times in the speed was operations happens much faster efficient or visiting got is really quite staggering. I love that analogy John, I'm never in the wrong room either some. Technology because technology has changed so much sure since you when you first got into oil and gas with slumber J. Tim now, how has technology really helped? Inch aged benefited your customers now with tally and with with drilling with everything how I mean how how do you see it benefiting customers? Well, this is an interesting question. It's an interesting thing about perspective you know what was working for slumber J. was. There was a hundred thousand employees. It was enormous being of the company and it still is of it was extremely large then in. At a huge amount of RND development budgets in the way that they went after markets what I think as technology advances my personal theory is technological advances really kind of help democratize opportunities for people who are willing to put an effort putting the work and so. We can with our company if we don't necessarily have the billion dollar are but we have burst mark B we developed in improving enhance erade onto the work trying to drive that performances in in be competitive.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

06:28 min | 3 months ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"When you charge your truck, say a big semi truck. That's electric in California your cost. Be Somewhere right around about thirty cents. A kilowatt hour. So that's nearly seven seven or eight times the cost per kilowatt hour inside of California or other cities. Then you would, with the Nikola hydrogen, so even though hydrogen is a little less efficient, it's much cheaper to actually it can be cheaper to operate than the battery electric. I'm sorry, so you're saying that. If you charge the truck, the semi truck outside of California, then it's. In certain markets is a not make sense to have that hydrogen fuel cell truck. So the hydrogen fuel cells all based on one specific market, that's what we call the the long haul distribution, so it's where it really makes sense because weight is everything and. Everything you need to run your truck three shifts eight hours a day. You know essentially all the time, and that's hydrogen. Really make sense where it's lighter, it can run three shifts, and when or two, but the battery electrics only get a really run one shift or day, 'cause if you're. If you're charging really fast, you'll actually degrade and ruined the battery. And if you're charging your you know if you look at cost comparison of a battery, electric versus hydrogen. Battery would be cheaper if you're paying the same rate on energy, but you don't. Because the battery electric truck, you're paying utility for Energy to hydrogen, we actually control the energy through the through the federal transmission line, so we can get energy really cheap, okay? Your Business models you mentioned is is interesting because you're basically selling these trucks to companies like an anheuser busch and your packaging everything along with it services as well as fuel costs, etc, and this would be on a lease basis correct. Yes, very similar to like Amazon and Verizon. Do you think about you buy a cell phone towers included right? You don't need to worry about contracting towers well today. If you think about trucking right now, you have to fuel from different people. You have to buy service from different people. It's really complex Nikolas, the only company in the world that's consolidated all into one very similar to Amazon. If you want to buy, like say you want to buy a new pair of shoes, you want click of a button. They take care of the merchant. They tear the seller. Take care of the shipping they. They take care of the returns. It's all done in simplified, and that's the first time this has ever been done in trucking, and that's why Nikola you've seen such a response around. The world is the generation that's investing now. They care more about the environmental impact of what you're doing. Then they do like. Oh, you're six months eight months from revenue. They don't care. They're like you know what your change. In the world you're reduce emissions more than anyone else. We're invested into you, so so of the different buckets, the truck, the fuel the services. Where where's your room to increase the margin? Overtime. Every it's on hydrogen the really a high. Energy Technology Company we sell the energy to consumers. Consumers I'm businesses that are buying the trucks. That's where the money is. Obviously. We want to reduce the cost of truck, but we're now cheaper to drive than a diesel is per mile, and we make five times revenue of our competitors, so it was awesome. I mean that's why. Nicholas really cracked a chicken and egg. And so as you get that cost of hydrogen, which as I understand, it is now what two dollars per kilogram according to a recent presentation. As you get that down, your customers won't expect to have those cost savings as well. You only do so. That's the ideas right now. And then. How do you make more money? If you're constantly giving them breaks because you're getting the price of hydrogen lower. Well you don't give them brakes on everything you get them. You give them a locked in rate for seven years and then anything that we can drive down the cost that seven years give us. Got It okay Trevor I think we have a date on June twenty-ninth. I cannot wait and by the way this I am so excited, so not only. Am I going to make sure I? Come back with you guys June? Twenty nine June twenty nine, but. The world is going to announced June twenty-ninth where we where we actually show, walk the Nikola. Badger, in life person for the whole world to see I want to make sure you guys. Are there front row and center I'll get you guys tickets, and it'll be one of the greatest shows you've ever seen in your life. Is it going to be worthy of Elon Musk? Unveiling its products. Comparison right. The next thing on musk. Do you like that I? Am I like to I like to think about the fact that I'm Trevor Ninety one, but I can tell you this. It'll be better show than you've ever been to in your life pretty neither automotive show in the world all right track great to speak to be CIGNA. Attributing mountain founder of Nikola Motor Guy. What do you think? Couple things I mean what he said. He said a lot of amazing things. I Miss Chemistry or physics in. College so I can't speak intelligently about the technology, but what he did say interesting. The investing public wants to hear that you're changing the world. He just spoke about es in a nutshell, which is why the stock probably can continue to go higher, I hear hydrogen and I think of May Have One thousand, nine, hundred, thirty seven became might remember that of course the. The old HINDENBURG got a little bit scared, but maybe the technology's come a long way since, but what he mentioned is the exact reason. The Exxon and Chevron having so much trouble and names like this going parabolic. I don't think as much as you would love to fight against this for a number of reasons I think this story has legs. Yeah Tam quickly. Well I think you have a case where you got a story that you define the three different buckets of revenue streams, and it's it's very different for example than Tesla, What's interesting about the valuation really tough to get behind? But at least they're doing things that they have you know I. Don't have to believe in the value of autonomous or data or technology, which is that makes Tesla Tech Plan I don't think that's what we're trying to do. Here is now say compare them, but. The valuation that's still pretty. Pretty unattainable right now. I think for people to get comfortable with, but I. do think that the things they're are doing very differently. They're outsourcing their production so all questions about deliveries or what they can deliver a truly I i. don't think our issues I think if you look at at at the stock. There's some dynamics here that have also had something to do with while the stock has run the way it has including, it's essentially. been a reverse share into a structure, which doesn't have the same liquidity, and ultimately you've had a case where you have this massive short squeeze and I think that's been a big part of the dynamic here, but it's a very exciting story, and it's a very different story all right coming up. We are gearing up for earnings from Oracle tomorrow. After the bellwether options, traders see a big pop in the socks, teacher and later Burger.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

07:53 min | 4 months ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Producing regions, the area in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year twenty, twenty three, but who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse and what is their story? This is Permian perspective I'm your host Krista a skinny. Today's show is sponsored by Baker Hughes. Who recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes Brand as an energy technology company, they strive to make energy safer, cleaner and more efficient for people in the planet over one welcome to this week's episode of Permian Perspective. It's so nice to be spending this time with all of you I hope that you were doing well and enjoying. Back out there in this world. That's right. We've all been going through this together and I hope that you and your family situation has been okay and that you're healthy during this pandemic I'm sitting here today in my office in Midland Texas and joining me via Zen caster. That is the way with us. podcasters do things these days is then caster in I'm in Midland or visiting with William Skelton? WHO's in Midland Texas as well? He is the business development director for gyro. Data West Texas William. Thank you so much for being here. It's a pleasure to be here Chris to how you doing. I'm doing good navigating this new environment. We're in yes, the tastic. Meeting face to face, but instead it's to computer, but that's okay. We'll do what we have to do. Right to help out and flatten this curve. Right show jar with days. That's right well before we get started. I do WANNA. Thank everyone who has shared our podcast with friends and family and colleagues. We have listeners all over the world, and of course right here in the basin where William I are, and I appreciate each and every one of you special thanks. Thanks to those who've been kind enough to leave the five star review, I really appreciate your kind words and I look forward to reading those and sharing them on future episodes so once again. We are joined by William Skelton the Business Development director for gyro Data West. Texas William Tell us how you got in this oil and gas business, or we're all in West Texas. I think we all ended up in it. In one way shape performer another for me. In twenty eleven, it was really about seeking a different opportunity. And it was an opportunity for me to do something that I had not done before so. You know put in an application and spoke with the district manager at the time. That's really history right? There just got on and started going new thing for me. I'd I'd been another career for ten years and really had just. Just, wanted a change so here. I am is your West Texas boy right. Yes man wellborn in Houston raised here. I've been here all my life fantastic, and so with that. Tell us what it is. You love about West. Texas, you know it's really hard to put into words. Honestly, if you're not from here, the sunsets all of the sunset love relatively mild winters. I love the fact that it's not super humid. If you've been out of West, Texas, you know what I'm talking about us. So there's you know. It's always just been owned to me. So I can imagine not liking it honestly right, so you said you were in another business for ten years decided to make that switch into oil and gas. That's kind of how I was to. Until about five years ago, I felt like everybody else was in oil and gas, except my husband and I and then made that switch. What was it that made? You make that change well out. The obvious answer to that question would be money, but it'd be honest with you i. just wanted something that was less stressful. If not can be said about the oilfield really relish learning new things and so becoming survey specialist at. Was a really good move for me. I got to learn a whole. Whole other skillset, so I embrace that and it was a great move for me. That's awesome. Say you made the switch to Gyro data? How did how was that for you going into completely new field and tell us a little bit about what your company does. Well it was to say I was nervous. would be really an understatement honestly is done other things in the oilfield like giving testing and hydro static pipeline testing, so I'd had my stint in the oil field, and when I got out to a different rear I'm not going back well. You know you say that, but I got back into it because it was really just the right move for me financially and personally and for my professional growth. I felt like it was a good move so. What we do is gyroscopic serving. That's kind of the main thing with a lot of things fall under that we also do gyro while drilling, we do orientation works such as whip star. And also realtime gyros staring. And we can also do NS, collision, modeling and monitoring. There's just a huge huge number of things that we can do with. So you've been working for the company, I believe that eleven years now. No, it'll be ten years this coming March so just over nine years awesome so over nine years. What changes have you seen in technology and just the way that you do things at data? What have you seen over the past ten years that have really been beneficial to the industry will as you will know, safeties become very not to say that it wasn't important in the beginning, so I wouldn't want to say that I would just say safety safety has come a long way from just even twenty eleven to now. Safety is huge as you not. Ben So that along with the development of you know how technologies progressed. You know we've developed a new solid state GYRO. Is Far and away GonNa? Be Really huge for us. It's already proven to reduce the ellipse of uncertainty on most surveys by fifty six percent, so it's it's huge. The development of technology and safety culture obviously has been the big are the biggest changes I've seen over the over my time. So how has your company shifted now during this pandemic wear? Obviously, you and I both know things have slowed down quite a bit in West Texas. How has it changed over the past three months? It's really been a ride to say the least you know. Obviously, we had some layoffs. Just like US companies have there's been people out there making some really hard decision It's caused us to really look inward, honestly I I know this is gonNA sound really unusual to say, but it's made us all better. It's put us all closer. We have a more interactive team than we had before. If that's possible because we were really interactive before, but now we're even more in his changed the way we contact the. Engineers out there that are like good. Gosh. I'm so tired of answering emails. Because it's the only way we can know this one of the ways we can contact people doing that and as well as contacting A. By phone, so you know, I'm not the only salesperson out here on. No, that's not. That's going through that tough patch. Because in all honesty, it's really difficult to get people to engage this planet. Right and I think that's the biggest thing were so used to. We are a very social community I would say. In the in regular times pre cove it, I should say and we're just not able to socialize like we were before you know I. Mean you and I both know I've been here twenty two years and and you know how West Texas. Are We golf together? We Barbecue together we. Now. Know, networking events, and since all that is halted, you're right. It has.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"I really enjoyed that and thanks again. Gentlemen that was fun to hear. Different perspectives and how they are dealing with the pandemic. I've posted links in the show notes to part one and two of our virtual roundtable. If you would like to listen if you WANNA watch us you can go to those links and part three will be out in the next week or two. So it's time now to announce today's community MVP and today's community. Mvp is an absolutely wonderful mental health source here in West Texas Centers for families and children and this caught my attention on social media. Recently centers is proud to provide two free sessions to healthcare workers and first responders who were fighting Ovid nineteen. I am not surprised by generosity. Centers does so many wonderful things here in our community and we thank you centers. We thank you healthcare workers and we thank you first responders for all you do. You are the true heroes during this difficult time. So that concludes this episode of Permian Perspective. A special thank you to Baker Hughes for sponsoring our show Baker Hughes you know recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes brand and as an energy technology company they are striving to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for people and the planet. Okay remember my life. Matas is always dream big believe and never give up these words or so true not only today but tomorrow and the next day and the next day and the next day. That's right. We are all in this together. So DREAM BIG BELIEVER. Never give up. Thanks again for joining us for Permian perspective. The story behind the oil and gas leaders in the Permian. You make it a great day. Hey everybody Alex here with the events on deck so do current circumstances of course we are not able to have any in person events so I've nothing of that nature to update you guys on but we have been hosting some virtual events so obgyn is wanting to offer free webinars live happy hours et Cetera. During this time since these events are not scheduled out as far in advance as in person events we would like to keep you guys updated via facebook Lincoln twitter so be sure to keep checking on that. And we'll keep you guys posted on anything. We're offering. It has been free to offer you guys value during this time that we're all at home so please continue checking in and joining us for these virtual events. We are looking forward to seeing you guys whenever we're able to have in person events and hope you're staying safe and sound tune in next week for another episode of Permian Perspective it production of the oil and gas global network learn more at www dot obgyn dot.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

02:23 min | 5 months ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Like more information you can e mail James that James at the oilfield photographer. Dot Com another special. Thank you to our guests today. We really appreciate Aron Burton with unconventional oil and gas training for sharing his knowledge. And of course we always love to thank Baker Hughes Sponsoring Permian Perspective as many of you know. Baker recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes brand and as an energy technology company. They are striving to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for people in the planet. So that's it. This concludes our episode of Permian Perspective. The story behind the oil and gas leaders in the Permian Basin. Remember to dream big..

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

08:39 min | 5 months ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"I'm kind of excited about but then also as I mentioned kind of missing out on some of that as well. So for me selfishly. I can hit a lot more meetings in a day on our performance in what we're doing is a business with various customer base because I can simply call in back to back so if I had one in from one to two and two to three before. The video conferencing was a wasn't appropriate method. I'd only have to choose one or the other. I couldn't do both because of the distance between all the different field office so it's just kind of understanding what that looks like from certain certain parts of the business but then on the other parts of the business were still operating business as usual. I mean we were all deemed essential employees within this industry and from what we do reach job function but it's been also kind of a a nice opportunity for us to get out and continue to execute and figure out what that you normally look like from an operational perspective as well how about. Tina's Morales everybody's arena about being able to work this way. I'm sure their child is as you now. So many people air everywhere are not being able to work extruders at gratefulness. They're absolutely. That's definitely a big challenge. Right is is making sure that Morales there when you can't just walk into their office and say hey housing's going. I know it's been rough. I know that we're doing X Y. And Z but to not be able to have that informal. Face-to-face allows us to make sure that we're being intentional in what we do what we spend our time on. I know that for me personally. I have to charge my phone probably three or four times a day now for how much. I'm on it for either. My team with with the customers that we work for to make sure that we're all still keeping that high level of connection and communication across the industry. The guilty your time is up. Eighty rang oh my phone way too much on the way too much bigger supporting as ams community members through this. I know you mentioned that you know. You are saying connected. Is there anything else that vader is doing in general to the Union? Yeah absolutely so from simple things like donations and bring him baskets to our frontline healthcare workers down here in the midland. Odessa area that we've dropped off baskets for for some of the nurses and doctors and other aspects that hospitals in centers like that to first responders making sure that their understand that were with them. We understand exactly what what they're having to go into every day or even the grocery store workers that were unbelievable thankful for that they're opening that more and more times for folks to allow the social distancing to happen at the right method. But one thing that I'm personally really proud of is our supply chain in the chemicals rolled to pivot what we were doing operationally to take an opportunity to make some hand sanitizers for both our operations folks that needed some but more importantly his for the stuff that we're able to donate to the state of New Mexico and other agencies up in that in that area that I think often gets forgotten about that. It's important that they understand that in these remote areas that were here for them. Were there for them from an oil and gas respective and those four counties in the southeastern corner but then also were there for them from a industry perspective from a community perspective and it was a great honor for us to be able to to deliver hundreds of gallons of hand. Sanitizer in and face masks. I know that you guys have been doing the same thing over at Reagan and it's just great to see wrote a community coming together in these types of crisis used to to meet the needs of what the community is asking for. That's fantastic that you're doing and that is one of the things that is so wonderful. The Permian Basin helps everybody in custody. Gather in crisis than when we're not impresses you come together so it just seems like when we are seeing challenging times like right now. It's like stepped up. One hundred percents than war oriented is which is is beautiful absolutely. I mean that's what makes this place you can you for that time and time again from every person that you've interviewed here is and I'm I'm a transplant right. I didn't grow up. I wasn't born and raised here in the Permian Basin or West Texas New Mexico. But it's really noticeable. How much of community impacts us and that was for me what I feel the most at home about being up here I lived in Houston of the door Louisiana but for me the Permian Basin has just been that arms wide open. We're in this together. We understand it's remote out here but it's not the most remote place I've ever lived so it's been really a welcome change and a welcome attitude from the community. We have around US often. Good Times in in bed hersher. What does the future whole house? A hat has changed the way that Baker Business Future. Yeah I think it's really GonNa Change in general for the industry not just oil and gas but all industries doing Bill Gates had a pretty good commentary about this the other day of what does business travel with like in the future isn't even needed or we pivoting to a point where we can leverage technology to avoid some of the either internal or external meetings that were doing because we thought that we had to drive halfway across the country or jumping airplane and have that meeting face to face. And don't get me wrong. I will still be jumping into a car or an airplane to go out and trout customers. But it's really gonNA serve to make you think are some of these able to be done remotely not only from time efficiency perspective but also from a cost savings perspective to business. So I think we're really in a situation where it's fluid and we have no idea what the future holds but I thought Bill Gates comments around business travel. Were probably the most spot on that. I've seen on what is business. Travel in general look like and what impact is going to make the hospitality or transportation industry in this new normal as a great point. That is not enough. The faced a certainly is the is the right to do business. There are sometimes that now. Maybe you don't need to take that trip. That is going to cost a lot of money and making it done now because It does too for some things I love that. Let's talk to g and how Baker Hughes who is this is something you've been doing before Kobe. The use of drowns in automation up and out. I'm happy to see that you recognize the technology aspects of that as you know Baker Hughes. Reinvented that brand. As you mentioned every week as an energy technology company in that something. That's in the core of our company of this drones will bring that up I. It's been really a unique application that we've been doing refu- years now started in adventures and Growth Area and then we bought it back into the business and it's been just a blessing ever since we've done that. The primary focus is is the fact that we're actually not a drone company and. I don't think anyone ever wants to be that what we're really focused on is. How does that technology impact the business that we do? So the most prevalent example talk about is methane emissions monitoring missions and other fugitive emissions. That come from this industry were that we're using from an operational perspective. And how do we identify the problem faster so that we can fix the problem? It's similar conversations. On data collection database management were eighty percent of the time you spend focusing on making that it's in the right format and then twenty percent of the time you're actually doing the work and through the use of drones and other automation devices. It really allows you to focus more of your effort on on the actual fixing of the problems and identification of the problems and not just problems but also on the positives. Is that as well so that you're more efficient and doing a lot more value add tasks on a day-to-day basis. I think drones is really an exciting opportunity not just for the oil and gas industry but also for for all industries to see from a manufacturing perspective. I know that they've been doing a lot on the alternative energy as well through flayed monitoring on winter vines and other things like that to really focus in on reducing some of the hse risks. That before someone would have to climb up the ladder as tall as a skyscraper to go and inspect blades. Visually and that is now done on.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

08:05 min | 7 months ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Producing regions the area in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year. Twenty twenty three but who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse and what is their story. This is permian perspective. I'm your host Krista a skinny today show sponsored by Baker Hughes who recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes brand as an energy technology company. They are striving to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for people and the planet. Hello everyone welcome to this week's episode of Permian Perspective such a pleasure to spend this time with you as always. I'm sitting here today in Midland Texas in my office at redeem with Alexandra Brazier an Alexandra is the business development person for Kengo. Thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. And if any of you just recognized her voice yes she is Alex for the events on deck. That comes on right after our podcast. So it's so glad to have because you're also a member of the family I am. I am and I've been hearing your voice for a really really long time. And you know had never been able to put a face to the name so this is actually our first time meeting listeners. Face to face with great to be here and yeah great to join the PODCAST. So it is. It's so much fun. I'm so glad you stopped in. She was here in West Texas and doing some business and said Hey. Can I come over said yes. Let's podcast so that's what we're doing. I'm so excited you here before we get started. Alex I want to thank everyone who has shared our podcast with friends. Family and colleagues we have listeners all over the world and of course right here in West Texas and the Permian Basin and I really appreciate each and every one of you I also WanNa thank those of you who have stopped by on chains and left a review of course a five star review. We like this so we appreciate Jim for leaving that five star review recently he said I love hearing the stories from the Permian. I also enjoy learning about the latest technology. And what is working in West Texas? Your podcast is inspiring me to work harder every day. Thank you so much Jim. I appreciate those kind words. And of course it's easy to do. Just go on there. Click five stars lever of you. And you're done so thank you head of time okay. Alexandra once again I want to welcome you to our podcast Alexander. Brazier has been with Kengo. Probably a long time. I'm assuming you'll learn when you hear her story but tell us a little bit about what can grow is and how it got started. Yeah so it can grow is actually my family's company I'm generation to can grow and it was started by my parents and they are farmers and they decided to grow a crop that was not kind of the prices weren't determined by market and they ended up growing a crop called Canal when they've been doing that since like the mid eighties and along with that kind of they were trying to discover new uses for it and you know figure out ways to kind of come up with new products and they realized that this plant has microbes in it and those microbes actually can eat oil. So that's kind of how they ventured into oil and gas and we've been selling biodegradable oil absorbent ever since are growing and processing and selling. Yep Okay so explain to me how this works. How does this work for oil and Gas Company here in West Texas? Well it's a great question so yeah anytime oil is spilled. You have to take certain precautions and one of those is where you would bring a granular oil absorbent. In and our product is one of those grayndler and it's called Kendra BIOS ORB and yet is basically an oil absorbent that any company could use to clean up oil spill. Its hydrophobic so it floats on water it degrades after it absorbs the oil. So it's a really really cool products and ECO friendly and cost efficient. Those things right there will make any business owner happy. Yes exactly it's cost efficient. Yeah and it's a very ECO friendly product. We grow it and it's something that can be used and it essentially biodegrade the oil. So you know honestly what more can yardage asked for? That's fantastic it. I want to know about the process of taking it to market. Because I'm sure being that your parents that started this you saw them go through the highs and lows of being a business owner and seeing what works. And what doesn't? How did they get it out to the marketplace and get it known here in West Texas or beyond? Yeah so we actually did a process. That's pretty common for family businesses and we went through manufacturers representatives. We actually are partnered with one locally energy sales and service all the Permian Basin with us. They do a really great job. Wonderful and yeah. We came to west Texas with them. They are responsible for any needs out here. Actually that's I'm visiting right now. So yeah fantastic. How we do so. If say a company does need your absorbent. They would contact energy sales or do they contact. Ken Grow first off. So actually supply source is worse. Yeah we go through supply stores so they would contact their supply store whoever they are trying to and enjoy using and the supply store could contact us or energy sales to set up an accountant. You know see how that they they could get the product wonderful and if someone is not in the Permian say they're somewhere else and maybe they're thinking. Wow we need this here. What is the best way for them to get in touch with you and get it in their supply source? So we have a tab on our website. It's called how to buy or at the top. It's the how to buy TAB and there's a map there where you can plug in your zip code. Also I believe my contact information is right there perfect. So if you don't see a local supplies door feel free to shoot me an email. I think my cell is on there somewhere so I tried to be really available especially for customers. You know I try to put any information out there. So yeah that's available on our website under the how to buy section wonderful also one of the things I've noticed not being on. Your website is the reduced Labor time and I think that's important because a lot of people are always looking to reduce labor time right because then you're red money. How does your product Reduce Labor time? Yes so a lot of times. They're some oil absorbent on the market. That require being cleaned up. Or you know you have to put something out and go back and monitor it. We've actually had some projects with the railroad commission where our product has been tilled into the earth and left there so because it has these microbes it's similar to other like lab created microbes so it can actually biodegrade the oil and that prevents it sometimes from having to be disposed of in the same way that other absorbs must be. Wow Yeah so. That's the Labor Time. Yes that any. Yeah preventing people from having to go back and clean things up. Yeah fantastic so I've got to ask you some personal things. I always like to know what what you're reading. I love hearing with the leaders in oil and gas are reading. So what's on your plate right now? You got books podcast. What are you listening to? And that's a really great question. It wasn't necessarily my idea but my sister being a family business she actually came in and Kinda helped us with twenty twenty planning and we read a book called. Traction is by someone called. I think Gino Wick men Yes writing in our show notes. So People Jack it up. Yeah that's called. Traction I think. Kind of the essence of this book is if you're looking to take control of your business more a lot of times as a small business owner. It's easy to let a business run you as we both probably can attest to. I understand. Yeah and speaking my language. Yeah so it's all about you know kind of taking back the reins and taking time for your leadership team to get on the same page. Have quarterly rocks different? Things like that. So highly with your sister's name. We want an yell. Daniel so both of you work for the company. She actually does not okay so she was just suggesting this helping with the planning correct. Yes she does business consulting and Chicago Danielle. She has a really very very good at her job. And Yeah I just said. Hey sister you know get. Let's get us on track. We need to do some planning. She's very structured in a way that I'm very creative. Yeah so she came in.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"You to the Tim. Tebow foundation fantastic and that concludes our edition of Permian Perspective. Special thank you to Baker Hughes for Sponsoring Permian Perspective Baker Hughes as we mentioned earlier recently launched new and reimagined Baker Hughes brand and has an energy technology company. They are striving to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for people in the planet. And they're doing that every day right here in the Permian Basin so thanks again for joining us. Remember my mottos dream big believe in yourself and never give up you make it a great day..

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

11:32 min | 7 months ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Do it safely and efficiently for our customers here in the Permian. Fantastic let's talk a little bit about a conference. You just returned from in Italy yet. Yes how exciting was that very exciting? So acre uses. We have our annual meeting in Florence Italy and this was our twenty annual meeting in. It's always in Florence Italy. And what a fantastic being you to have an annual meeting. We had over seventeen hundred customers from around the world in attendance which is just phenomenal. Yeah it's unbelievable to bring that many customers together. This really isn't a conference where it's Baker used putting on our customers are the ones who are leading the monitoring the panels and we're talking about challenges and opportunities for our industry in this year's theme. We were really focused in on that energy transition and how we're going to come together to solve those challenges for industry which digital to. That was a a big theme as well but at the same time not only do we have those panels. We actually have a solution share so all of our technology is on display many of us that get to go internally you know it would take us probably a whole year to go and tore all the different sites around. Baker used to get that knowledge. That's in our solutions fair. So all of the technology that we have coming out is on display and we actually presented on Permian in Lawrence. Yeah you think it's wild to you. Go all the way to Florence to present Permian and share across the world but our presentation was on remote drilling and how we've been able to gain efficiencies with one of our local customers here through remote drilling and so many customers asking questions while I'm glad you said that I was GONNA ask. What was the number one question that people from around the world were asking you about the perm. Yeah well and that was it. How are you doing this? How are you working with your customer? And our customer actually presented with us so the rest of the customers got to hear our customer and how we worked together to stand up the remote center for them and how we've removed seventy five percent of our people off the field location and how we've been able to gain efficiencies and how we've been able to reduce in bt and they're all sitting together in a remote center so we're bringing their team members are team members and we're sitting off location and were drilling better wheels than we've ever drilled before and a lot of the customers wanted to know. How did we get there? What was the transition and we broke it down into phases and they really really learned from. Okay I can take this and I can implement it in my operation. I Bet I mean that is just incredible for them to hear that firsthand from you from your customer and seeing the fish. Nc because seventy five percent. You said you've taken us off location. That's a huge. When you think of the number wise you'd have some usually here. Ten percent fifteen percent bright seventy five percent. What has been the customer benefit that you've seen from that. So the standardization has been he but obviously safety right. I mean I think that's number. One is were removing people off. Location out of harm's way but the second benefit is the standardization between all of the rigs. That were that were operating. We're able to share lessons. Learned across the RIGS EASILY. Because we're all housed in that same remote center and in collaboration so when we see something going on were right there together and we can figure out. How do we mitigate? How do we overcome the challenge? And then we share that with the POD next door because they set up in pods for the different rigs and then we can have one directional driller looking over multiple rigs not just one rig and so again he can optimize across those rigs as well so one would think you're taking someone off location. How is that going to to work? But what we've seen is surprisingly better performance because we're able to collaborate and standardize across and really using technology to your benefit absolutely. Let's talk a little bit about technology because of there have been so many different cycles in this new energy cycle of course brings more technology and better ways to do things how has this been at the forefront of your transformation at Baker Hughes Aso. I mean obviously. We recently announced that. We're an energy technology company. Which is you catch yourself going when folks ask you about Baker US many of service providers say Oh were oil and gas company. What's really exciting about Baker? Using in our path forward is that were an energy technology company. We are helping our customers solve some of the greatest challenges as we move through this energy transition reduce the carbon footprint in our impact on the environment. And you know I feel like we have that technology in our portfolio. Not just again when we talked about earlier. The wall construction piece in the production piece. But we bring that expertise to utilize the natural gas and other ways and also measure methane. Yeah we have the sensors in the technology through our Avi toss our drones to measure methane emissions. Help our customers figure out where they're leaks are and how to solve those issues so again. It's just having all of that in our portfolio. Not just the wall construction and production. Is I think going to be really key for us as we move forward wonderful you mentioned challenges because I whenever group of people come together we always try to learn from each other right and you mentioned that in Italy. You talked about challenges. What are some of those challenges that you see moving forward in twenty twenty that we could all help each other out with and help overcome those challenges because I think as a business leader as a business owner? We want overcome the challenges that what do you see? Yes I think for the Permian in particular. One of the biggest challenges we're going to have to overcome is the fact of all the gas that were flaring and I. I covered that last year in podcasts. So they get the last number. I looked at was seven hundred. Mcs Per Day that we're flaring people who are not familiar with our industry when they see that or they're flying into the permanent night there's a very negative perception about our industry and to be honest with you. That's waste you know. But in some cases it's it's more efficient for our operators to flare than to use it and so we WANNA be that solution provider in collaborating with our customers to see. How can we take that and use it whether it's for a FRAC as which we talked about last year or is it for actual power and selling back to the grid and when we look at the Permian infrastructure for power there are large gaps in the grid and we can solve those gaps in the grid through utilizing natural? Gas into our turbines improvised infield power for our customers so me I really do. Think the Permian 's biggest challenges the fact that we've got to change that perception that we can show that we are reducing our carbon impact environment and that we are bringing energy to the world you know in a safe efficient manner that's environmental friendly you know and we all need energy right not to solar and wind because those will not tell the gap spoil gases a critical component of how we move forward and providing energy to the world. And I think when you're outside of the oil gas world you just don't realize how much energy use every day. I can't remember which podcast it was interviewing. Someone in they pointed out exactly everything in this room what comes off of energy and I just thought you know when you're not in oil and gas directly say you know when you're growing up you just don't think that way but the older you get the more you learn and the more that you're here's especially in the Permian if you're new to the area you realize just how much the world needs it and to be able to provide that energy to the world. It truly is remarkable. When you think about it is and that's something I feel like we're going to focus on this year for our employee base is to. How can we efficiently used energy? We feel like if it's not a habit at home then it will not be a habit at work now. We do have a lot of that technology already within our facilities of the automatic lights. You know the motion detection lives but again that's not everywhere right so we're really going to campaign and roll out. Term employee base be efficient at home be efficient at work conserve as as best as possible. Sore not impacting the environment and the second pieces. The recycling right recycling difficult to do here midlan and very difficult. It's a challenge if you don't make the effort that's right so simple things like we don't have the recycling pickup at our facilities. But what we're GONNA do in. Some of our offices is volunteer a rotation to take those recycles to the recycle center so in everybody raised their hand. When we came up with that idea. Oh count me in. I'm going to go on that rotation so nice you know. It may be a challenge for us to get some of the things done here to make those changes where were thinking about our environment. But you'd be surprised at how passionate our employee basis to step in and say you know what maybe we don't have that ability to have someone come and pick up. Are you know plastics right? But you know what we sorted out. I will volunteer to take it. So that's how we're going to solve and overcome. But maybe one day. We'll actually have a recycled pickup here. Midland we'll hope. Let's keep pushing for it. We can do it. And you'll kids are so good you know if you get kids going on something so encouraging them at a young age was going to ask you there any other tips that you can do as a family at home you mentioned of course if we go and recycle and drop off the light switch is is there anything else that we can do in our daily lives and get the kids involved because like I said they can be our biggest reminders champions because sometimes if I forget something I'll tell my youngest remind me of that. Yes they're on it. They'll remember in when they know something's important like this. They will encourage the family to do so. Yeah I'm seeing that lease with my children and the younger generation. They are very passionate about the environment they are in so they are kind of that gatekeeper as well recently. Just plastic bottles. How many water bottles do we go through in one of my son said? Why don't we have more water bottles? That are reasonable. And that's what I want to put my y water and but the second piece is also we adopted area here keep Midland beautiful and so getting my boys out there to help with cleanups I think is really important. And what's fun to watch as we go do that? But then they go out and clean up around Lee high school on their own right without being asked and they said well you know we're going to go and we're going to clean up Because this is unacceptable to me. That's just wonderful to see when the kids start caring about the environment as much as we all. Should you know when they started young age? It's just going to get better and better. And as they grow up and it's leading by example right they see me turning off the lights. They see me being conscious of our water usage. Because we know water here in the Permian you know it's not the greatest quality right and so we need to make sure we're conscious of that as well so we all do our part. Yes that's right absolutely. Let's talk a little bit about the ups and downs of the oil and gas businesses. We know we've seen some. Pretty fluctuating lately dislike today? We're below fifty dollars a barrel and so how as a company leader. How do you talk to your employees about that? And how do you? You know not get too worried. I guess I should say when you see the fluctuating price. Yeah I mean I think for us. It's been interesting over the last year to see that. A lot of activity that were seeing whether it's up or down is not based on commodity prices and it's really about our customers.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"The Permian Basin is an abundant oil and gas producing area already one of the world's leading oil producing regions area in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year twenty twenty three but who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse Show is sponsored by Baker Hughes who recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes brand has an energy technology company they strive to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for people in the planet Baker Hughes Hello Everyone I'm Krista as skinny thank you so much for joining us for Mian Perspective and I'm so grateful that you're here today because we have a special edition of Permian perspective for you before getting started I do want to thank everyone who has aired our podcast with friends and colleagues I really appreciate you doing that we have listeners now in the US Canada UK Australia Bolivia India Spain Mexico in the list goes on we even have three listeners in France so hello France we really appreciate all of you for listening and I also want to ask you to help our show out by taking a few minutes to leave a review on I tunes I cannot thank you enough for doing this we are appreciative of the reviews we've received so far and for Apple Choosing Permian perspective to be on their new and noteworthy list. Okay let's get started if you live here in the Permian you've probably heard by now that we have an election coming up with some big items on the ballot so I thought I would take some time Time today which is Monday October twenty first first day of early voting and go over some of the hot topics and share some voting information with all of you first and foremost I I want to say I will not be sharing my opinion in any of today's broadcast I just want all of you to be informed and know how important I do think it is to exercise your right to vote okay that's the only opinion I'll be sharing for those of you living in other parts of the world this election means a lot to our community because many of the topics that we cover here weekly on Permian perspective with our guests are the same issues that our community is concerned with when choosing elected officials infrastructure education health care roads and housing with that set. Let's get started. We have three candidates who are running in for mayor local businessman and incumbent Mayor Jerry Morales you can go to his website Morales for dot com local businesswoman Jenny cud her website is Jennifer Mayor Dot Com and local businessman and consultant Patrick Peyton Peyton for mayor dot com is website now all three are very impressive candidates who I happen to know personally so I encourage you to go to their websites read their BIOS and their plan form on the key issues facing our community and of course they do have a facebook page as well so you can go on facebook to okay we have city council district three we have five candidates I we have E. J. Baldrige and his website is EJ Baldrige dot com then we have Catherine Chandler and she has a facebook page you can go there chandler for midland a Jack Elad and also another facebook page lad for Midland Bradley James he's and Robin Pool and Robbins website is pull for city council dot com that is for our city council district four and just in case you're not able to write these down right now don't worry you have all of these listed for you on our show notes section so please feel free to go to the show notes and I have all the website links I have all that information there for you okay now moving onto city council district four Kimberly Crisp in her website is crisp for counseled dot com we have Lori blong Laurie blong dot com and Dan Corrales Corrales for City Council Dot com again I encourage you to either go to their websites or their facebook pages the midland independent school district is proposing the following bond and I took this right off of the sample ballot that of course you can find yourself online I will put a link to those as well so this is the sample ballots it says proposition a the issuance of a five hundred sixty nine million dollar bond school building bonds for the construction acquisition and equipment of school buildings in the district including the rehabilitation renovation expansion and improved thereof and levying of the tax.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Wanted us. I wanted myself to connect with the ecosystem of humanity is connected to incarceration Wang and Jialing Jiang's one child nations at the documentary award Joanna Hogg's the souvenir won the world cinema jury prize audience prizes. Went to the inspirational comedy Brittany runs a marathon. And the congressional race documentary knocked down the house, which tracks the rise of Alexandria Cossio. Cortes among others. I'm Julie Walker nine twenty at KNX. Well, we're seeing the stock market turnaround. Now, the Dow positive by thirty points after a sluggish start NASDAQ up sixty five and the s&p five hundred eight this after the star to any new years since one thousand nine hundred seven based on the January performance, and here we are on the second trading day of the month of February and moving higher tesla right now pretty much of the flat line at three hundred twelve dollars Maxwell technologies based in San Diego, but dollar fifty one at four dollars fifty cents that stock popping fifty percent on news that tesla is acquiring the energy technology company. Maxwell technologies for about two hundred eighteen million dollars. The British Prime minister strategy on Brexit taking another blow over the weekend. After Nissan cancelled plans to make its new SUV in northern England amid continued uncertainty over Britain's future relations with the European Union and global markets mixed today amid speculation of the next steps into dispute between the US and China over technology development and trade following big meetings in Washington this past week. We check in money aplenty and fifty each hour. The next update nine fifty rank Motech from the HMO's capital money desk. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio move over Atlanta. Here comes Miami more in less than ninety seconds. It's nine.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Fifty Thousand Oaks fifty six Westminster. It's fifty three six forty eight. KNX? Add experts talking about the commercials in the Super Bowl saying there was a shift from politics and focus on the actual products. Brian Steinberg is with variety and tells KNX spots looked ahead to the future a lot of the advertisers. Brought new ideas and technology, new drinks new onset that what we're going to allow robots artificial intelligence. You saw alcohol like seltzer. You saw Mr. peanut bowl kale chips. You saw Andy Warhol and said what was that? He also said there were a number of commercials with women in lead roles showing Madison Avenue increasingly concerned with gender equality. Of course, the Serena Williams had the police in Boston say they arrested in LA man got a bit out of control during the Super Bowl post game celebration last night. He scaled a tree on the Boston common Dawson branches minute, obscene. Gesture the officers including array of charges, including drinking in public. I'm willing to believe he's not the only person who was drinking. Public. Probably not. I think he's probably just the one they picked six forty nine and KNX police looking into the reported hate attack on empires. Jesse smell it in Chicago say they have reviewed some new security video from cameras in the area. But so far they still haven't seen any images that actually show an attack. And of course in empire. Also, a singer made his first public appearance since the incident over the weekend. He was at the troubadour near West Hollywood a growing trend toward people paying for stuff in person by using their phones should have a credit card. There are some security issues. More stores and restaurants. These days are beginning to accept electric payments made by using an app on your phone, signaling the eventual demise of the magnetic strip cyberattack expert Kevin beaver, thanks to technology you secure. But if you're worried about your phone getting lost or stolen set, your lock screen timer to about a minute able to keep the screen from locking than technically. They could do anything basically on your phone that you have on it recently. Forty seven percent of all credit card fraud occurred in the US. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news. Good morning. We'll say corporate merger deals picking up here in two thousand nineteen this morning. We're hearing Tesla's plan to acquire energy technology company. Maxwell technologies based in San Diego and the value to two hundred eighteen million dollars. Looks like Tesla's shares moving lower on this news by six dollars at three zero six but Maxwell technologies. The subject of the takeover soaring up fifty percent right now, but dollar fifty two at four dollars fifty nine cents a share Maxwell, by the way makes ultra capacitors devices that can store and rapidly delivers sources of energy something. Tesla CEO Elon Musk is a big fan of Lee publisher of USA today and other newspapers meanwhile, rejecting a one point three six billion dollar buyout. From a hedge fund backed by media group with a history of taking over newspapers and cutting jobs MSG enterprises, also known as digital first media made an unsolicited bid of twelve dollars a share last month. We see a merger activity increasing this past week with a couple of big deals the merger. Financial and chemical financial agenda worth financial in China, oceanwide holdings. Extended a previous deadline to a March fifteenth the stock market this morning, mostly higher. We see the Dow right now, the flatlined NASDAQ up twenty seven s and p five hundred of one we check in money aplenty and fifty Frank Motech from the HMO's capital money desk. KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. Do study out that says millennials are at a greater risk for obesity related cancers. We'll explain in less than ninety seconds at six.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on The Interchange

"I will say I mean, obviously was already bought in on this. We've talked about it before on this podcast and energy impact partners. As you mentioned have has a number of investments that are at least partially a play around this. But here's my most recent anecdote for why this is absolutely taking off. I went back to I'm from Wisconsin. And I went back to -sconsin for for thanksgiving where my mother who's retired in her seventies. Definitely not a techno file like, you know, it was a couple years ago when she was still using a non-smart phone to text and couldn't find the space bar 'cause kids will know this. But it used to be you'd have to use the zero for the space bar when you're texting, and you know, a c- would be hitting the number one three times. Anyway, she's she's not attack defile, but I ride home for thanksgiving and thirty minutes after I get there. My. Mom, just says into the air, Alexa, play Ella Fitzgerald. And it turns out that she has like three Amazon echos kind of spread throughout the house connected to a speaker system and a music, I guess a boombox of sorts that still has a tape player in it. So like, she's somehow managed to bridge the old world and whoa. In a way that is just really intriguing to me damn. Well, what's interesting about that is that it does appeal for the non technical and people who get them usually get a bunch of them after they've had one. And that's why so many have been sold. So we'll probably reach fifty million households in the next few years. But we're seeing tens of millions sold every year because a lot of households are buying multiple. Yeah. It's crazy. How fast is this is going absolutely insane. I mean, I if you are an energy company, not thinking about voice, in some way, or an let's put it this way and energy company that interfaces with the consumer. If you're not thinking about your voice strategy in some way. Then there's a problem. If actually if you're just a consumer facing company in general, regardless of energy, and you're not thinking about a voice strategy like how are people going to navigate the internet voice? How are people gonna find you how you're gonna present your brand? What does it sound like, then you're? Doing something wrong. And I think everybody needs to be considering how these devices are going to impact the way consumers interact with them. Okay. Then the energy tech the energy sector or the person that had the biggest setback of the year will once again, I decided to choose a company rather than a technology or person. And I I choose General Electric. Oh, man. And that's my choice. Well, good thing. I got to go first. Ok well, you give your argument 'cause mine's a little broader. But I want to hear your argument at my mine is not a broader specific to General Electric, which is you know, General Electric in the year two thousand was for a time the most valuable company in the world as measured by market cap. It was about a six hundred billion dollar company at that point. Now, it's worth about a tenth of that like sixty seven billion dollars last. I looked it's just been an absolute, and, you know, not. Setting aside, its value, right? Like, General Electric was viewed for a very long time as the iconic American company and not only just the iconic American company, but like the most innovative large American company, and of course, the reputation has totally changed and the company is going through a real existential crisis. And you know, they're a bunch of things that led up to that. So I think there's been a narrative that that is specific to our sector that they didn't pick up on the renewables trend fast enough, and certainly there's a part of that they made this big acquisition of 'Alstom. They spent seventeen billion dollars on awesome. This French energy technology company in two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen that was a big additional bet on on gas generation largely that has was right at a time when guess generation demand has been sort of flattening and part of that is due to renewables part of that is due to officiency..

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"energy technology company" Discussed on The Interchange

The Interchange

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on The Interchange

"I will say I mean, obviously was already bought in on this. We've talked about it before on this podcast and energy impact partners. As you mentioned have has a number of investments that are at least partially a play around this. But here's my most recent anecdote for why this is absolutely taking off. I went back to I'm from Wisconsin. And I went back to -sconsin for for thanksgiving where my mother who's retired in her seventies. Definitely not a techno file like, you know, it was a couple years ago when she was still using a non-smart phone to text and couldn't find the space bar 'cause kids will know this. But it used to be you'd have to use the zero for the space bar when you're texting, and you know, a c- would be hitting the number one three times. Anyway, she's she's not attack defile, but I ride home for thanksgiving and thirty minutes after I get there. My. Mom, just says into the air, Alexa, play Ella Fitzgerald. And it turns out that she has like three Amazon echos kind of spread throughout the house connected to a speaker system and a music, I guess a boombox of sorts that still has a tape player in it. So like, she's somehow managed to bridge the old world and whoa. In a way that is just really intriguing to me damn. Well, what's interesting about that is that it does appeal for the non technical and people who get them usually get a bunch of them after they've had one. And that's why so many have been sold. So we'll probably reach fifty million households in the next few years. But we're seeing tens of millions sold every year because a lot of households are buying multiple. Yeah. It's crazy. How fast is this is going absolutely insane. I mean, I if you are an energy company, not thinking about voice, in some way, or an let's put it this way and energy company that interfaces with the consumer. If you're not thinking about your voice strategy in some way. Then there's a problem. If actually if you're just a consumer facing company in general, regardless of energy, and you're not thinking about a voice strategy like how are people going to navigate the internet voice? How are people gonna find you how you're gonna present your brand? What does it sound like, then you're? Doing something wrong. And I think everybody needs to be considering how these devices are going to impact the way consumers interact with them. Okay. Then the energy tech the energy sector or the person that had the biggest setback of the year will once again, I decided to choose a company rather than a technology or person. And I I choose General Electric. Oh, man. And that's my choice. Well, good thing. I got to go first. Ok well, you give your argument 'cause mine's a little broader. But I want to hear your argument at my mine is not a broader specific to General Electric, which is you know, General Electric in the year two thousand was for a time the most valuable company in the world as measured by market cap. It was about a six hundred billion dollar company at that point. Now, it's worth about a tenth of that like sixty seven billion dollars last. I looked it's just been an absolute, and, you know, not. Setting aside, its value, right? Like, General Electric was viewed for a very long time as the iconic American company and not only just the iconic American company, but like the most innovative large American company, and of course, the reputation has totally changed and the company is going through a real existential crisis. And you know, they're a bunch of things that led up to that. So I think there's been a narrative that that is specific to our sector that they didn't pick up on the renewables trend fast enough, and certainly there's a part of that they made this big acquisition of 'Alstom. They spent seventeen billion dollars on awesome. This French energy technology company in two thousand fourteen two thousand fifteen that was a big additional bet on on gas generation largely that has was right at a time when guess generation demand has been sort of flattening and part of that is due to renewables part of that is due to officiency..

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"energy technology company" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on Unfilter

"Let me back up symbol act like e mail phishing are now labeled as cyber new ca tax that are going after our industry that require a permanent fbi presence to monitor and tackle phishing emails which can be generated by shitty python scripts and sent out at the millions this is truly distort where the morons who don't even understand how this stuff works are now running the institution and this is what we get send email over to you in hope that you click on the attachment i received this phishing email i click on it email has literally been around for more than thirty years and attachments have been around for more than twenty years this is nothing new you can go back to zee tv and watch young lille port advise you not to open attachments back in the nineties nothing is new about this you click on the attachment i received this phishing email might click on it and that could cost my employer millions of dollars potentially yeah and your job to and energy technologies company am sc shutdown it's middleton plant after chinese companies dole software more than seven hundred people lost their jobs you see what a corporate a corporation uses as a public excuse for their actions can't be cited as evidence it can be data point so you can say all right xyz corporation at one point claim they were shutting down because of a cyber attack you can say that but you can't say it's with absolute certainty just like in the case of the sony attack where it was clearly an internal leak because they knew the exact unc pass the windows file servers down to the exact directory structures the file permissions you don't just come across that kind of stuff these people knew that stuff they knew how to get those files and they took them out on thumb drives and it's clear that's what happened but publicly for insurance reasons pr reasons and many others publicly sony blamed north korean hackers you remember the interview remember that whole thing around the interview bullshit it was all bullshit was an internal leak it sony you can even find people involved who on youtube who are.

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"energy technology company" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"energy technology company" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Insider estimates in sixty four hundred stores of course this year nationwide but the district's president pahlevi says center city is doing better than many places with a retail vacancy rate of less than five percent the sky is not falling ironically the announcement came on the same day retail store killer amazon announced a search for a new corporate home in philadelphia said it would make a bid pat loeb kyw news radio may not know much about hotek tech international now but you will diversified energy technology company opened a new technology centre along the camden waterfront with the help of a quarter billion dollars in pledged tax credits from new jersey who would have these david madden reports the company is major plans to expand into camden four hundred jobs now at least two thousand been time at the pledge from whole tech ceo dr chris singh who wants to solve at least one major problem in the world onethird of the people have little or no access to electricity exit camden with six we will build nuclear reactors here designed lau people and they will say hale hundreds of ships from the old afghan them the place it around the world opec is also working on plans to wait in permanent safe disposal of nuclear waste singh said his company's committed the camden in the region to provide a good job to anyone who wants to work hard and says this center will be as welcome here as a chocolate factory camden david madden kyw news radio the maker of one of the country's most popular college entrance exams is cancelling some of its weekend exams due to a security breach act which is a nonprofit based in iowa has been hit with major security issues over the past year regarding its international college entrance testing in the latest incident test set for this weekend in china australia and other countries will be cancelled because of what the company is calling a breach of the test materials a company spokesman would not say what the breach involved only that it is still under investigation the act and rival sat tests are used by thousands of us colleges.

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