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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

06:24 min | 8 months ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Everything he can to kind of support people oil and gas. He loves his industry. And so with that. I just kind of started volunteering on the street team. Shout out to the street to India. And Yeah. It slowly evolved into doing social media. So now I've been doing social media for oil and gas will not work for. I think since last maybe may April or May Pentastar. Yeah so coming up. Thank you so happy that we got two years. If you had to give one social media tip to business owner out there right now listening that could maybe help them engage their followers more. What would that Social Media Tippy? So I'm really passionate about branding and I think something that a lot of times is underutilized. Is just having your logo on everything so anything you put on social media you know and now that. I'm thinking about this. I may be guilty of this too but you all. Are we all the all posters? And then afterwards he go. There was no branding exactly. Yeah so don't even worry about. I understand exactly but just putting your local on things you know a lot of times. People will see something that someone has shared and the logo isn't there. They're looking for it the more you can get your logo in front of someone's face the better. Yeah that would be social. Media is and also people love to see other people so human interaction daily things that aren't so corporate looking. You know what happens behind the scenes people? Love look like the inside. And what's going on? Wonderful Well Alex. Thank you so much. It was nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too. And it's so that our voices have been together for a long time but now we are personally together in the same room and I just love that and this has been such a pleasure to meet you and I'm so excited for you and your future and you and I were talking before the podcast. You're Notre Douleur by heart and spirit and I love that about you. I am an entrepreneur by marriage. I told my husband. He is the true entrepreneur. I N attest to this. I met him earlier. That I'm now moving. In that direction I just loved the entrepreneurial spirit and I think it's fantastic so I know you'll do great things wherever you go from here. But you already are doing. Great things for your family's companies once again. Alexandra Brazier with Ken grow. She is the Business Development Director. And I'm so excited that you share this time with us and gave us some tips and we learn something and in a minute. You'll hear her voice again. Let's do one more time. Hey I think I'd say hey. Everybody I duNno Chris. They gave me some tips on how to be better at this. So I'm more from her after. I said I'm going to try to spruce up the though you're doing a great job. I level weary Alex. You're so cute. Well thank you again for sharing with us. We appreciate you. How can people find you on social media? Yeah so we're on social media under Kengo Corporation that's on facebook and linked then we also have twitter and instagram. We're not that hip so facebook linked in and twitter. And Yeah a great way if you my contact info. Our website is a great place to go. And that's kind of where you know. You can see rundown of everything and also get my contact great. That's came grow dot com. Alex was a pleasure. Thank you so much. Thank you appreciate you. Well WE WANNA now announce this week's community. Mvp and the community MVP is diamond back energy. Their employees recently took the time to prepare gift baskets for local elementary school and delivered them on Valentine's Day. Isn't that sweet way to go? Diamond back for showing love to our students here in West Texas. I just love that. Also a special thanks to Baker Hughes for Sponsoring Permian Perspective Baker Hughes as you know recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes Brand speaking of brands. We're just talking about brands and you can see that. Wonderful Green Logo brand everywhere. They are in an energy technology company in their striving to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for people in the planet. So that's it for today. Thank you so much for joining us. This concludes our episode of Permian Perspective. The story behind the oil and gas leaders in the Permian Basin remember my motto dream. Big believe in yourself and never give up you make it a Great Day Alex. Hey everybody Alex here. With the events on deck for February we do not have any. Oj UNHAPPY HOURS IN FEBRUARY. But we do have an exciting event coming up in Pittsburgh. This'll be our first happy hour there in March and it will be taking place on March twenty fifth the location to be determined so be sure to follow us on Facebook Link. Dan Or twitter to keep up with Those announcements and to purchase tickets the Houston. Api luncheon will be on February eleventh. This will be a networking about with top oil and gas business leaders and they a promise that you'll learning something really cool so check it out and sign up for that event. The wildcatters ball will be on February seventh in Houston. This fall is the primary oil and natural gas industry fundraising for the IP A Educational Foundation proceeds go toward funding foundations energy education program. The Energy Houston three gun. Chapter will be on March Twentieth in Houston. This event fills up really quickly so make sure to get your team. Enter the best way to do so is to fax or email. The form with at least a captain's name as soon as possible if you need to wait for a check just noted that on the bottom of form and send it on we will be sending Mark Liqueur and Patrick pistre to Scotland to Aberdeen Scotland on March fifth. Four Doku Kahn. Which is the first event of its kind. It is a conference or creating high impact sales in energy and mark and Patrick will be hosting panel and recording alive. Podcast if you're interested in attending this event visit Dough Karoo CON DOT DOT KAROO DOT COM. And that is d o q a. You See oh that's offered this month. Thanks for tuning in and be sure to check again next month for more updates on. Obgyn events tune in next week for another episode of Permian Perspective a production of the oil and gas global network. Learn more at. Www DOT org G..

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"People as one is just it he'd the warnings and understand that it can't happen to you. And I've been a lot of situations in my life where I didn't think it could happen. But it. Did and so being able to respond to that have a plan really understand what your plan is and implement that plan when something goes south on you. And they gets really important for people to understand. Well, I think that's great. Advice, a found this to be very interesting conversation and pre sheets you taking the time to sit down and talk to us about this. And like I said, we'll, we'll post your contact information and our show nuts. And, and good luck on your on your presentation so much today for your time. Thank you. Tuning next week for another exciting episode of Red Wings, oil and gas. Hey chessy podcast a production of the global oil and gas network urine. More from Mark the core at model point dot com. Connect with Patrick Pistre at lean oilfield dot com. From Houston to London to do and beyond. So running. What's the funniest thing you've ever seen in this business? Well, kind of talking with you earlier. But it really kind of funniest thing I ever did too. I was respond to the largest fire. We had in Oklahoma skull, the Tinker Air Force base. It was about a mile long fire and I'd only been on the fire department for about one week didn't know lot trying to press the guys thinking in great shape, and it's going to be able to good hand as I pulled out the chief car wrote over the over to the fire with chiefs car. I put my air pack on up side down and right up until and I got laughed at pretty routinely and pretty much headed nickname for a long time to get his asset of it. Yeah. All the training. I did that fat. He I forgot how to learn how to put air pack. Well, what you don't want to do is put your h two s mask on backwards. Right. Exactly. Right. At seeing that happen quite a few times, and you and fortunately with rookies in the fire service, we used to have a lot of fun with those guys and see them fell on purpose just to, to have a little bit of fun with them, and I those are probably on the funnier times in my life. Just seeing people, do something so crazy, like Akkad that happens. And that's the thing about safety guy, you've got to be able to envision that, that can happen, and you need to be careful. Thanks rank.

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"In a global industry, where anything can happen, where mistakes can cost far more than dollars. One oil and gas sales expert, one, hey, Jesse professional and the greatest p p provider on the planet must come together to man, one brand one mission, Red Wings, oil and gas agency podcast with Marc Lacouture and Patrick Pistre starts now. Hey, everybody. This is another episode of the oil and gas HSE podcast where we're dedicated to protecting ourselves and the environment so that everyone goes home safe everyday. I'm your host Russell Stewart. You can reach out to me by sending an Email which will post in the show notes. Follow us own linked in we'll post that in the show notes as well. We're still hanging out at the HSE for unconventional oil and gas, two thousand nineteen conference here in San Antonio, Texas produced by Marcus Evans conferences. And at this time, I'm joined by one of the presenters, who will actually be presenting light of this afternoon. Mr. Ronnie Roberts, Ronnie's with, and terro resources, and he is internal resources director of health and safety irony. Thanks for joining us at. Thanks for having me wrestles, we're glad that you took the time. Because your topic this afternoon is well, I guess it fits with. This concept of being unconventional. Yes. Absolutely. It's entitled strengthening Ansett management to prevent future occurrences by adapting approaches. Yeah. What that truly means? Russell is preparing companies to respond to significant events. They could have such as pipeline explosions. It could be something as simple as a fire in a building where it shuts down occupants of the building going into that location, got a lot of background in this. I'm I've been in the business for thirty five years of mercury spots and working as a safety director for company. It was really important for me to come out of the fire service. I did a little bit of both every fireman has a day off job. So I owned a couple of companies, one of them was a safety company, and really this training people on how to respond to not only OSHA events. But also emergencies such as fires explosions, and things of that nature. So, unfortunately, I was very involved in the Oklahoma City bombing in nineteen ninety five. Devastating event that created hundred sixty eight life of loss and of course, nineteen children as part of that response. I was at a firehouse about five blocks away from that event, a while, and, fortunately, we were first in, so we've found a lot of kids, so you are in Oklahoma City firefighter. Yes, worked. So Lieutenant on the has met unit there for Oklahoma City and through that process, it really changed my mind set about preparing for emergencies. I, you know, prior to that, I probably spend eleven years training, companies on large-scale events. But never at a national, or international level in particular national level for the bombing so, you know as much as we prepared at Oklahoma City, firefighter with men and women were very well prepared. Nobody could prepare you for that, right? The devastation of the children and the bodies human bodies in the smells that you had during that event, not only that you had roughly thirty seven fire departments coming to one location. You had. Eighteen hundred responders on location within, basically three to five minutes for the event. And so that really changed my whole attitude and perspective on, on truly what incident command and management truly means to not only emergency responders, but to companies as well, we'll than gas companies. So today's speech is really just about the, the road roadmap. If you will for companies to be able to understand what it takes to

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"And bring in a carrier. That has a good robust program. Maybe they had their own cyber experts. Maybe have their own cyber response teams, don't make those vailable to eat. Those are fantastic. People talk number one, they're actually incredibly interesting for an insurance person, but they've seen it, they've done it. They've lived it so they can tell you what happens in real life. And I might add, Jeff, you're, you're the expert and all his you're actually the guy behind the brokers, and in those, you're not selling directly to the to the consumer anything, you're actually helping the brokers on these things. Correct, correct. Okay. We are technical experts are our firm is a series of technical experts. Whether it be cyber environmental construction. There's a number different verticals and our firm, but we do not focus on, just general risk. We focus on very specific classes of risk. And we are each technical experts in our. Specific tower of risk mine of courses environmental, and with that comes the cyber risk associated with environmental loss. So how long have you been doing that since before? God created dirty I joined the insurance industry in nineteen ninety started out in risk management. That's where I cut my teeth on bar, mental, so in nineteen ninety you work cutting your teeth on environmental it. I'm trying to figure out because environmental really wasn't an issue in the own gas industry for a long, long time. No, no. It wasn't. But I actually went to work for a company that manufactured plumbing supplies, whether it was a, a porcelain toilet or a cast aren't saying or a gas valve. So we had our own set of issues. And I got there very early my career. My boss said we have an issue with the EPA go. See if we have coverage, you're all our policies. So that was my first experience environment. Duck into environmental. Risk management. Yeah, it was pretty daunting for a young person just coming out of school, but it's been fun. So if if oaks wanna get in touch with you, what's the best way they can do that. They're certainly they can go to the Browner writing website, K, we'll post I don't show nuts. Perfect perfect. They can also on the brunt writing website is by contact information. My Email as well as my, my phone number gang. You certainly welcome to, to reach out that way. So what's most interesting claim most interesting claim pure pollution? Well, yeah. Or if you got what we don't have to stick with just one. Okay. Most. Interesting Clave in my tenure doing this was up timber fourth. I guess that would have been two thousand five it was right after Katrina came in. So I was I remember absolutely like it was yesterday September fourth is my wife's birthday. So I'm glad you. Remember that? Yeah. Thank goodness, I'm horrible dates. But so we got up, we hit it off the church or sitting in church and my phone rings and I looked down at my phone and it's the risk manager for this this entity. And I thought, wow he never calls me particularly weekend. And so I just hit ignore. Thirty seconds later. The phone rings again. It's the same risk manager of okay? Something something something not good. You're right. So I step outside answer the phone risk managers. First words out of his mouth were we have a problem? And unfortunately they had had an issue related to Katrina it was a very significant issue. So I got to spend my wife's birthday basically making phone calls to insurance adjusters to insurance carriers. Trying to get them mobilized into south Louisiana to begin to deal with the issue. So was it a pollution claim will? Yes, it was. Okay. All right. Eight made for a fun day. But also made for a very irritated spouse. When I got home. Well, we're winding this thing down since this is an HSE show. We always try to have what we call the red wing safety tip of the week. Anything that company entity coulda done to have mitigated that problem or we just, you know, there's just some things you can't can't do anything about that. You know, sometimes God just decides begun. And in this case, I'm not sure a whole lot of could have been done about Katrina wasn't a significant event that hopefully never happens again. So I can't say there was a whole lot to be done in this particular case. But what we tell clients every day is just pay attention to your surroundings. If you have storage tanks, if you have pipelines be mindful of the maintenance, don't put it off. What you spend in maintenance front. You'll save on the back end with respect claims, though, just work hard at the maintenance and Dell help you on the back end, and you'll protect people annual tech. Tech the environment. Correct. That's that's great. That's a great safety tip. Hey, everyone. We're going to post these links so you can get a hold of army, or you can get a hold of Jeff. We're gonna also post a link to the show notes all and gas global network dot com slash events. So you can find out about oil and gas happenings. That might be interest to you. Please help us out and support the show by leaving us a good review on at tens and as Jeff said be safe out there, folks. You know, remember those famous last words, what does this, but do and be cautious careful and never be complaining, actually. Thank you. Of next week for another exciting episode of Red Wings, oil and gas. Hey chessy podcast a production of the global oil and gas network urine. More from Marc Lacorte at modal point dot com. Connect with Patrick Pistre at lean oilfield dot com. From Houston to, to do. And.

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

12:02 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"Really excited when a robot jumps up and down. And yet, we're thinking that's a long way from being able to do some. Of the things that have been envisioned in science fiction films. For example, on the other hand, do you think about two thousand one space odyssey and you think about the computer how, and we have that technology today, it already exists, so for us, it's really a question of an orientation to a comfort ability with a I think I would like to see that our own government has a achievable realistic platform and a program to link the best and the brightest in the government with the best and the brightest and the private sector so that we can compete effectively with the China's of the world as I said this morning. China is spending a hundred and fifty billion dollars over the next decade to become the undisputed leader in, they get it. They see the writing on the wall. They are spending all this money making all this effort. You know, a acquiring talent left and right revising the n-. Nature of their university system at cetera. Putting electric cars in everywhere, automating banking, on and on and on. So that by twenty thirty that's what it'll be. I don't think it's going to take them that long to get there. Meanwhile while we have tremendous capabilities in this area, the government and private sector doing their own thing. They're not really synchronized, and one of the reasons that China has been able to make the progress at already has and will achieve in my estimation, what it will do in the next five to ten years is because they're synchronizing the public and private sector. And if we were able to do that successfully, we could potentially leapfrog about above them. But in my book last year supremacy, I talk about this race between governments and companies and is literally on the cover of a book this race between robots the heads represent the countries. They got the flag of countries the bodies represent the, the major industries of these countries. And this were there. Sara Lee running this race on a racetrack. And my contention is that whoever gets first place isn't going to stay there for long because some company or some country is going to supplant them with some comparative advantage that they have, and it's going to be this perpetual race. I think it's it's already there and those countries in companies that are ended in a big way you know, you can name to me, who they are. It's China and the US in the lead, and those companies in these countries are, you know, Amazon Facebook, and Google and ten cent by do and Alibaba cetera. There already so far advanced that they're leaving everybody else in the dust, and those folks are never going to be able to catch up the better get with the program soon. Well, you know, along those lines and we referenced this while ago, the problem that safety people have all the time is, is, is getting people to, to realize it can happen to them. I you know, you shouldn't take. And Dr okay. But it ain't gonna happen to me. You know that sort of thing you. So you said something I thought was interesting this morning that one hundred fifty years ago, China was the the premier country, you know. And so we here in the United States, I mean, we've all our lives, we've been number one, and we don't ever. We don't ever see the possibility of not continuing to be number one, but boy that can that can change and historically, always has changed hasn't it, it depends on your frame of reference, doesn't it? So for the Chinese who were the world's largest economy, the world's strongest military power, one point in time, they're picking up where they left off. I mean China has a multi thousand year history, the US has been around for a couple of hundred plus years. I mean from their perspective. They're saying, hey, what is there to understand? We've been here before and what's difficult for us. I think is to adjust to the idea that we may not be on top forever. I mean, China's already second largest economy, they're going to be the largest economy in the next decade soon enough. They will be its largest military power, it won't happen tomorrow. But I can tell you this most people don't realize it, but China already has the world's largest navy has has anyone ever spoken about that. They don't have the most number of aircraft carriers and they can't project their power in, you know, blue water navy basis, but on the other hand, you know, they have some very substantial capabilities and that capability actually also extends into space, take, for example, the lunar landing last month an amazing achievement by the Chinese, especially since they've never landed on the moon before what they did is they landed a probe on the dark side of the moon. Nobody else. Done that before. How did they do it? They first of all, put a satellite in orbit in the opposite side of the moon the dark side of the moon so that when they're probe landed there. They could actually communicate with it now. That's a great scientific achievement. But it's not just for show. It's not just to say, hey, were there to they're setting themselves up to be able to conduct space warfare, just like the Americans and the Russians are doing this is also something to people aren't talking much about. And I know we're getting a little off topic here. But nobody it's interesting. It has to do with all our safety. Well, it does what I'm meaning to suggest is, there's a lot going on that people aren't talking about nobody's, nobody's heard before. And the people in our military and their military, they understand what's going on the rest of us, generally do not. So we have to be to be educating ourselves because they're not going to be educating the stuff for us. You know, if I if I someone like me who's outside the IRA Anna. Can write a book on using only open sources. There's no reason any of us can't become similarly, informed on any topic. We want to a question of devoting time and doing the research. Yeah. You know, they showed up at Tom Clancy's door after he wrote his first book hunt for Red October and said, Where'd you get all this information? He said at the library, there you go. And he became quite a sensation. Exactly. Well, okay. So you mentioned your book you've actually written six books. I haven't you? I have I started my first book, actually was on political risk insurance twenty years ago, but since two thousand twelve I've written five and in the last four years, I've written four and in the last year, I wrote two of those four, which is just ridiculous. Right. But what I did was I made a deliberate pivot, I, I wrote about countries management. I wrote about a book called global risk agility the clash between. Manmade and natural risk, which it self is, is an interesting topic. But then I made a pivot, I decided, I wanted to write about some more cutting edge mainstream topics. So I wrote the book virtual tear to cover cyber terrorism. And then I wrote a is a Premacy to address. Hey, I and my latest book, which just came out last week is on China's called China vision, and it's a book, I've wanted to write for a long time, because I had written a lot about China over the last fifteen years so much so that it formed the foundation of this book. And I've been to China, probably fifty times I used to live and work in Asia. I've been going there since nineteen eighty six that'll said, I'd never written a book about China. I always wanted to what is book is about is how China sees the world how China's government sees the world on the cover of you'll see Shizhong ping as a caricature with pair of military binoculars. And in the lens of the binoculars, all you see is the Chinese flag. So the message there is that sheeting ping in China trying to create a world. In China's own image and the impact that it's having on international relations is really staggering. They're running circles around us in Africa. They're investing tens of billions of dollars all over the world. They don't have to worry about pesky things like human rights. So they're so influential in multilateral development banks in the UN, and other international organizations. Nothing gets done without the Chinese wink and not just like used to be the case pretty much solely with the US. So the really giving us a run for our money in lots of different areas. Wow. That's interesting. So if somebody wants to get hold of a copy of your book, what's the best way to do that? Everything's on Amazon almost all the books have print, kindle, and audio versions. Okay. And it's Daniel Wagner. W. A G, N, E R, it is got my own author page in fact is defined. Okay. And if anybody wants if, if any companies want to get a hold of you, what's the best way for them to, to do that. Well through countries solutions my. Email addresses there. And I'm I'm also all over social media and Google proof. I'm everywhere. Okay. So linked Dan, you bet. Okay. Well, we'll, we'll post the country risk website on the show notes for the podcast and try to remember to mention to mention link and one final question about to close out this artificial intelligence. How did you get so smart? Well, I'm not sure that as I that I'm so smart. I think it's all about having the time and making the commitment to research things. I'm fortunate that I research. Right. Very, very quickly and easily. You must if you done, what you said, you did in that time, one of those authors who sits there and over every line. I just spit it out, and the way that I really ramped up my ability to publish books quickly as that I abandoned traditional publishers, because that's just an exercise in torture. If you ask me, not only because of the business model, but because of how long it takes to get things edited out. Out the door with Amazon theirself publishing tool. I can literally load up the manuscript put the artwork in for the cover hit the enter button. And the next day it is published. It's awesome. And people buy it. You bet. All right. That's, that's good to know. Okay. So we're getting close to winding this down. It's time for the Red Wings safety tip of the week, you gotta get safety tip force. So let's see a safety tip. Well, you know, I've traveled a lot all over the world. I've been to some really dangerous places and I think the safety tip for me. His all about using your gut instinct, and your commonsense to understand when is the right time not to go somewhere and do something. And I would say pay real attention to that gut instinct, it doesn't lie and we've all got it. Well, you know that, that reminds me of a story, and I think it's a, it's a good way to, to, to end the show about being aware, you know, Major General John Sedgwick was the highest ranking union officer to die during the American civil war. And the story is that he was chastising his men for ducking at confederate sharpshooter fire while they were preparing artillery in place, and he boasted. He said they couldn't hit an elephant. And at this distance and then minutes just a few minutes after that a sniper bullet ended his life so folks, join us because be careful and never be complaining. Thanks. Thank you. Tune in next week for another exciting episode of Red Wings, oil and gas. Hey chessy podcast a production of global oil and gas network. Learn more from Marc Lacorte at nodal points dot com. Connect with Patrick Pistre at lean oilfield dot com. From Houston to none. Do

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"In a global industry, where anything can happen, where mistakes can cost far more than dollars. One oil and gas sales expert, one, hey, Jesse professional and the greatest p p provider on the planet must come together to man, one brand one mission, Red Wings, oil and gas agency podcast with Marc Lacouture and Patrick Pistre starts now. Hey, everybody. Welcome to this episode of all in gas HSE podcast. Sponsored by red wing, the leaders PP because we won't everyone to go home safe every day today. I'm in Houston, Texas, at the international risk management, institutes energy risk and insurance conference. I'm joined at this time by this morning's opening. Keynote speaker for the event Daniel Wagner, Daniels founder and CEO of country risk solutions. Good afternoon, Daniel, good to be with your uncle. Well, thank you country risk solutions country as opposed to the city. So you handle hick town risks? How did you know, I'm kidding? I heard your presentation this morning, and it was both. Interesting and extremely sophisticated. So tell us really what country risk is. And tell us about yourself and your background. Well, more to your point there's country risk in every country risk. How does that? Okay. So country risk is all about the risks associated with trading investing and lending abroad, and what my firm countries solutions does is help people understand, and manage those cross-border risks and we're all about looking at due diligence pre investment due diligence producing customize country risk analyses, and the acquisition, of course of a form of insurance called political risk insurance. That's pretty much what we do. So you actually you provide that insurance. We play a broker in advisory role. Okay. For the companies that, that actually write that type coverage. That's right. And it's a bigger industry than you might think political risk insurance thirty years ago when I started out in it was pretty small, but now it's a multibillion dollar industry with lots of different players on the brokerage and the underwriting side. Wow. Well, I can imagine after listening to your presentation this morning. You know, your presentation. In this morning focused on three things. Geopolitics cyber risk and artificial intelligence and at first glance these may not seem like topics that relate to HSE, but actually that's not the case, first of all, nary of geopolitics. Hugh had what I thought was an interesting way to a dentist by countries that you might not normally want to go to that are not safe. You wanna talk about that for just a minute. Well at the time I was joking about it, but only half joking. I suppose in the old days when we weren't quite as sophisticated in this business. We might have just looked at the colors in a flag and been able to identify joking. I'm just joking. With the types of colors in the flag would identify a country where you don't wanna go similarly, you could pretty much rule out almost any country that has a z in its name. Well, that's, that's that's true. And the problem is, as you pointed out this morning in, in your presentation, if you're in the oil, and gas industry, while most of us might be warned to not go to these countries and stay out of them. But if you're all gas industry, you may not have a choice, so this talk about these countries. And how do you keep safe? Well, that's exactly right. I think in many industries people have the luxury of saying, you know, I, I really don't feel comfortable going there. I'm not going to trade investor land there. But when you're in the energy Business Bureau often have to go exactly in those places where you might not otherwise wanna go either for business or for pleasure. And so hats off to the energy industry for having the bravado and the guts, and the wherewithal to do all that stuff. Very other few industries could say that they have that, so

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"Talking about golf. There was just a lot supplement point of view because a lot of people will realize that the supplement Mark and US is not regulated by the FDA now. And so anybody with a leaf can bottle it and sell it make these wild claims and it's gotten ridiculous. It really is. It's crazy. You just take thing like dandy lion. You can have each part of The Danny Lyon, does it different thing. So you can go to one of the big stores. We won't mention any names and just pick up a bottle of one hundred percent Danny line and they're not lying. It is, is it the good part that you need is at the root is the stem is at the leaf so it's pretty crazy nowadays. How that's why you really wanna go a professional for that, because a professional knows? And we only use the highest products in a lot of our products come from when we're talking about herbs. A lot of our herb products come from Australia and in Australia herbs are medicine. So they're treated like medicine. So when we get them from Australia there. Under a totally different rule than what we have here. So you definitely don't want to go to big box store and grab your nutrition, even though it says one hundred percent to Merick or whatever you're looking for it might be. But, how is it process? How is it shipped? How is it done? So the other thing is, is absorbable. So just because it's there if it can't pass through your digestive. You're just throwing money down the toilet literally, they said that we have the most expensive in the world and the United States. Yes. It's, it's yeah. It's part of the we call it. Sad diet. The standard American diet. It's part of this ad diet would make many nutrients as we can. And we don't get we don't absorb them. So it would agree ways or one in the show the sad diet. So I want to go back to another rule change. Ginny? Sounds good. It's all about the role changes safety is all about rules. Okay. In fact, when you when you talk about the rules of golf, and one of the unique things about golf is, you don't have referees you don't so everybody, and maybe you can expand upon this. There's something something about golf where everyone respects the rules, and they self govern themselves. For sure. So big thing about golf is you gotta respect the game and, you know, that's being honest. And that's one of the things we teach our juniors to the golf has a lot of relations every aspect in life and never really be Elon to relate, the golf game to two different the life, you know, honesty and respect, you know, huge only for juniors but for anybody. So another redwing safety tip is, we have to we have to learn to, to govern ourselves respect, the same rules of safety, just like just like respect the rules of golf at. We're getting close to try winding down the show, you want to go ahead and closest thing Russell. You want me to well, why don't you do that? Why don't you tell everybody how they can? Find out more about us. And so if you're listen to show. Thank you. If you're new listener, welcome aboard a we now have six all. Yes, podcast about ten more in the works if you're an existing listener, thank you for being a supporter of the show, like Russell said in the beginning, the number one way to support this show is leave us a review. Check us out our website. Yes, HSE dot com. If you're there, give us your Email address when promise not to spam. You also check out our Renton group, Microsoft, and really good job. Improving Lincoln Arlington groups over two thousand members and girl, strong. You worried about our own gas vents like this one that top golfer doing. We have an all gas events newsletter that we give for free go sign up for the link will be in the show notes, which if you're trying to figure out how to access all of this. It's really simple on your mobile device, either white, upper left go into notes. And you could actually lead us or you there. Plus, get all the relative links before we get out of here. Scott. Thank you so much. This has been incredible if people want. To learn more about you and wouldn't do go sure. Just call us on the phone at two eight one three nine five two to five or they can check out our website at WWW dot Katie, Cairo and spa Chr. Oh, a n SPA dot com Lincoln, the shoot at so you don't have to be right and all this stuff and Janine if people want to find out more about what you do where should absolutely. The website is WWW dot top golf dot com slash lessons. From there, you go to our Houston, Katie location, and can book a lesson online. So, you know, top off is a great place. Nali learned the game. But you know for advanced players Tutu to expand their to expand their game. So we'd love to have you out. It's a fun. Nice fun, relaxing environment and get a little better that we put Lincoln shoots. There g we also put a link to your Lincoln profile people wanna learn more about you personally. All right. So russell. This has been awesome thinking, but it's listen to us, which is looks like. Our own or, and staff of people back there. We have some vendors list over here, but this is a great show from now on you hear Russell, do much more, this really cool stuff. He's probably change the format a little bit, which is cool. Russell Raigad here. I'm ready to get out of here, this remember those famous last words, are you sure the power is off. Folks, don't be afraid to give up the good to go for the green. Tuning next week for another exciting episode of Red Wings, oil and gas. Hey chessy gassed up production, the global oil and gas network. Learn more from the court at nodal point dot com. Connect with Patrick Pistre at lean oilfield dot com. From Houston to. To do. And. Scott.

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

09:40 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"In a global industry, where anything can happen, where mistakes can cost far more than dollars. One oil and gas sales expert, one, hey, Jesse professional and the greatest p p provider on the planet must come together to men, one brand one mission, Red Wings, oil and gas agency podcast with Marc Lacouture and Patrick Pistre starts now. All right. So this is the red wing only gas HSE podcast. He'll safety environmental podcast. Russell Stewart sit there in the microphone is to host of that show. Russell kick this thing off. The oil and gas HSE podcast. Sponsored by red wing the leaders in. To ensure that everyone goes home safe every day, if this is your first time tuning into the show. This is for all fill professionals committed to finding the best ways to keep their people safe on the job and also to protect the environment. But that means this show is for everyone because we're all committed to health safety and the environment. So folks, please help us out and support the show by leaving us a good review on, I tunes, and I don't think you're going to have any problems doing that tonight because we're going to have a little fun today. Talk about health and safety at the same time this evening. We're in Houston, Texas, at the SP Gulf Coast section inter-corporate corporate top golf tournament networking event. Joining me today as co host is Marc liqueur, and my guest today, are Janine fellows, who's the director of instruction here at top golf. And also, we have Scott Belan, who is a doctor of chiropractor here in the Katy area Janine why don't we start off with you. And since this is top golf's have been, you know, a lot of oil and gas. Professionals golf this. This event is sold out. The tournament is actually going on right now. So tell us a little bit about top golf. Yeah, absolutely. So we're having a great time here today. Lots of lots of oil and gas professionals having fun swinging the clubs so top golf is a great place just to kind of, you know, we're talking about health today. So great place to loosen up. Get your mind off things. You know have a couple of beers. Hang out with friends and just to just sit network. We have people out here from lots of different companies and the oil and gas industry. And it's nice to see everybody kinda getting together and gathering over the game of golf. That's great. Okay. So Scott I have to confess just two weeks ago. I was in to the car pressure on a Tuesday. I've been golfing on Sunday. And when I got there, he said, oh, you're about the seventh or eighth patient. Since Sunday, you get a lot of. A lot of problems like that we love top golf top golf. You have to last that, come on. Yes. Golf is definitely what we call a one side is four. It's a sport that you do one sided and over and over and over and repetitive. So your body really takes toll through golf. So it's got to have a question for you. If people that have been playing for while or suffering from aches and pains. And they're one of those people that believe that they don't need to go to a chiropractor. What would you say? Well, I would say you're wrong. Chiropractic is probably one of the best things for golfers for really anybody golf is like I said it's one sided, so you're really throwing your body off. So one of the best things to do is really just get back in alignment, and that's what we do mainly. A lot of people really end up hurting himself, because their techniques or so flawed and I know there's probably one of the things that you help people with his fixes techniques. What's like the common mistakes? Golfers make absolutely. So here at top coffee. We specialize in the dreaded word shank and the slice in the hook. So, you know, and like you said about the back, you know, one, one of the things I do is make sure that our players aren't getting into those positions where they will get hurt and they can they can golf is a lifelong sports. So, you know, being able to endure it over a long haul back, you'll just a little bit a lot of our listeners, believe it or not may not know what shake in a slice hook is, what are those? Yeah. Absolutely. So Shane can hurt. Some people hit a shank. It's right off the, the hustle of the golf club and goes straight. Right. So it's nice to stay away from that shot as much as you can and a slice. Slice is a ball. A lot of people. See a lot of people out here slice of. Is probably the most common shot in golf, you don't wanna hit those houses out on the golf course. Oh a slice. Goes goes. Right. And a hook goes left. And that's all in micro adjustments of everything from their stance in their feet to the grips on the clo- all of that source of, and that's one of the things that approve does you can spot those. It's really hard to spot that in yourself while you're playing. Absolutely. Yeah. So we work with every level player from beginner to professional and no from beginners. We're just getting them comfortable. So I not to the golf ball, going through the correct motions that way, they can go out and join their friends for round of golf on the golf course or come out here to top golfing know, be able to hit it into the blue target. So everybody has different. They're different goals when it comes to play the game and really specialize in, you know, catering to the player and their goals, and their type of personality here. So our goal is to get somebody who hasn't touched a golf golf club before out there. Playing golf and join it with their buddies. So I don't play up the confessor now the Russell you wanna go down the road. Because Vincent rule changes have there. Yeah. Well, we're gonna we're gonna get to some of the some of the rule changes because we want to relate those to some, some safety rules in sort of thing to Takata's sake way into that. Red Wings, our sponsor and there are sponsor because they provide the proper safety clothing for, for our industry. There are certain clothing standards on the golf course I think most people who know that but isn't one of the biggest problems in getting hurt. The fact that, that everybody just shows up at the golf course and then all of a sudden, it just start swinging the club. Yes. Absolutely. So you always wanna it's nice to loosen up. I get their little early go to the dry ranch hit some balls. And they if you don't have time for that just out of the car and do some stretches. So. I'm a firm believer in stretching, especially before golf. I normally there's a few stretches that I like to do, of course, you can't see him on a podcast, but before you start stretching, we do some dynamic stretching, which is pretty much going to hold onto your golf club and use that as a balance, and just kind of swinger legs a little bit. Do some legs swings. We'll just do some stretches with your upper body just to get things warmed up just like any activity that you do in life. You really want to warm up first and get those muscles, I and that'll really prevent some injuries. Subscribe to have to ask you. It's I used to be one of those guys never warmed up when I was in my twenties, and thirties you hit your forties. And fifties also stuff like that becomes important. And if, if you don't learn to take care of yourself that weight, it actually something minor can lead to something major, right? Yes. Definitely definitely, you really need to really need a warm up on any activity that you do. If you're doing any sport. It really requires a lot of things in before you start. Proper hydration is one thing and living here in Houston. We know that we are pretty much not hydrated all the time. So that's one thing you really want to think about before, and that can cause a lot of muscle problems at the same time your diet and your as your core strength. These are all things that you want to do beforehand, and really take care of yourself before you even get on the golf course chiropractic, wise, you know, we are all about alignment. We want things straight. You know, just as your car if you have one tire off of alignment, it's going to throw everything else off when you're playing golf. Your body is just an extension of that golf club. So if your body's off your golf clubs off hands, if your golf clubs off, and you're the wrong equipment, and this is why we need a golf pro right here, sitting next to me. Good Sigwart, it's gonna throw your body off, as well too. So that's definitely something that you want to take care of before you even get out on the course. I never thought about that if people have the role of bigger increase, or hurt themselves, absolutely, you definitely don't have the right equipment, and your hands. The wrong equipment can can definitely cause some tendencies in your swing. You know one of the. Things. We also look at is each individual players body type. You know what, what tendencies do they have what issues with mobility? Do they have and how that relates to the golf swing? So every golf swing is different. And we try and we try and cater our instruction to fit that person's body type and physical capabilities. We'll speaking of Quinlan, we're always talking about safety rules. In fact, right now, I'm looking at a what's called the ten commandments of good safety habits. Number two, is operate a quick only of qualified. So that kind of goes along with over John. But since we're talking about safety rules. There have been more changes in rules and golf for two thousand eighteen than there has been in

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"Very ready. All right, folks, don't be afraid to give good to go for the great. Next week for another exciting episode of Red Wings, oil and gas. Hey chessy podcast a production of global oil and gas network. Learn more from Marc let court at nodal point dot com. Connect with Patrick Pistre at lean oilfield dot com. From insta- to Nundy to do and beyond. Scott. What's the craziest thing you've seen in the field? I was in India touring a tile factory and the first thing you do when you make late tiles is you put the clay into this, you know. Oven if the hopper hopper. Okay. So I was in India and torn Attaya factory and the first thing you do making clay tiles is to throw the clay into the hopper. And I thought it was really interesting that the safety great that went over. The hopper was actually open. And the people were standing on the great throwing it into the opper- and what's in the hoppers, what people need to know these gigantic teeth. I'll never forget these long white arms, like a foot long each and each each tooth was like three inches long and horror movie, I, I was literally imagining, what would happen, if I fell into that. I was quite concerned that is crazy, folks. You see something that you hear different country? It's up to you say you know what? Stop the job. I'm not staying here while you're so scary stuff. Good jobs.

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"In a global industry, where anything can happen, where mistakes can cost far more than dollars. One oil and gas sales expert, one, hey, Jesse professional and the greatest p p provider on the planet must come together to men, one brand one mission, Red Wings oil and gas HSE podcast with Markle occur and Patrick Pistre starts now. It's more coordinate show is for everybody has an interest in HSE in the oil and gas industry. Wrought to you by Redway the leaders in insuring. Your people go home safe. Everyday joining me today is my temporary. Co host page Wilson how you doing page pretty good arly temporary house right now? We're both temper. It were both temporary hosts and San Francisco because we're at the IBM think converse. Right, right. And Russell couldn't make it. So, so we decided to Russell favor and step in and wrestle. Not actually just talking to ourselves Ori. No, no. We're not. And I'm not interviewing you your viewing me. We're actually here with Scott Kimmelman associate partner chemicals and petroleum in industrial industries for IBM Anita lunch break offered at title. Yes. My favorite would seriously Scott, you'd have known each other for longtime fan of several. The shows you're the reason IBM parted with us. Thank you for that. But talk about something that y'all done that you have this case study which just find incredible. And if you're in HSEN only gas, you're an operations toward industry, where give you a link to go. Download this thing you need to read this. So I wanna start with this case did this public information from a real incident from where I o GP, I o GP and sale took a real incident and y'all go we're able to help determine root cause extremely quickly and accurately. But I wanna kind of back from their this type of stuff, these type of reports are all over the place. They tend to be a filed away and file Cavs paper. It's really hard for companies to leverage all that historical data. But they can't do it can't they. Absolutely. And you know you mentioned paper and I think a lot of folks go straight to I got all this paper at I deal with this paper, and we find it's actually more useful and more. Active star with the digital, you know information that's a little more recent because we're you're really trying to do is make sure that your AI models understand the data can extract meaningful information. And then going back and converting those paper documents into digital are actually fairly easy using some, some other technologies that we have. Yeah, that's really cool. So in order to build that data leak, you can need to mind, to actually draw HSE results, you now have the tools we can do it fairly quickly fairly active out some key punch nece for for hundreds of years. Absolutely. That what we found, and I just came from a different session with, with some of our researchers. Right. The ability for humans to generate information is actually causing a bottleneck because we can't process all that information as humans. Right. So we have to find a way to allow systems to help us also do that mostly automatically right? And then we step in and fill in the gaps at someone comeback, this case study. So let's talk through this. And then we go back to. To the technology and the business results. But this case, they find fascinating. So this is a real real incident. And then what did y'all do this real incident? So typically, when your trying to understand trends, or patterns in health and safety, or if you have a team, this can be going and doing some work, maybe they're working on a particular type of compressor or something, and they're not familiar with it. You wanna make sure that you understand what experiences? Other people have, you know what did they not do that? We should probably think about it takes forever to read through these let alone, even find the right incidence. That would be useful. We are able to take that each incident and extract all the causes controls equipment activities of but do that at scale and bring all that information back essentially instantaneously. So in this case, it's basically machine fill over and king, the rest on the edge of the secondary pipe rate and just barely missing the pedestal. It's actually fell about eight meters and the appropriate followers system integrity, the basket kept me from getting hurt, but it is still yet. Sheen topple over and almost catch the pipe rack. So you have a bunch of data here, it you can easily read through this. But when you read through this humans cannot recognize the patterns recognize the words, the sentences are, but there's patterns that are there that humans can't recognize but y'all are able to come in here and what did your able to? So what rebel to do is actually find all of the key concepts that an expert would be looking for whether it's what was the cause or the controls that were put in place for what was the activity that was happening and expose that automatically and instantaneously for the user sensitive teams of people porn through his trying to figure out what actually happened to actually get to the root cause? And if you've been industry in length of time, you know what usually happens? They try to quickly get to root cause, but it's typically not root cause it's typically, Joe didn't have his gloves, or in this case it could've been cited put a chalk Senator wheels. And they go well guys fault. No could have been that guy was tired. Could he worked long shifts? It could been. He wasn't trained properly chalks. It could be leadership thing. It could be that for a very long time. Nobody fussing for not chalks wheels. And so that sort of stuff humans can't really get out. But the machines can can't they? Yeah. I think you really hit on it, there is, when you think about what was the cause there's some normal buckets, that we use if you think about was it a procedural issue with that human factor. Maybe they didn't have the proper work direction because it's not this person did do the thing it's they weren't told how to do it correctly, and that's really the root cause, and I think by taking the knowledge of our experts says here, the categories of things that I should look for and here are examples of those, you train the system on examples, and then it can find all the other instances of inappropriate work director or lack of. And so let me tell you from a cultural point of view in our industry and only gas, the HSEN guys kinda stuck, and especially if you have a bad incident, you bring a third party out there. Here's what really goes on. If your internal there's. Incident and let's say is a leadership problem, that means genie. Go to your superiors say it's your fault. Do you think that happens honestly, people it rarely have now, now here's the bigger thing. Imagine they hire your third party to do it in investigation guessing rights, you that check, it's then are you? Tell them that your fault. It's in police people know, hate mail. It happens. I've seen it all the time. What's cool about this is the machine doesn't care machine is going to get to root cause, so you can make those changes so you can make sure that your safety metrics, go up. Every doesn't have opinions as an doesn't have a bias. Yeah. And I think that part is enormous from the business point of view that, that's exactly the, the elimination of bias. That's really what, what the heart of it is, whether it's trying to understand why an incident happened or in another situation where you might be, you know, making a decision on a piece of land that you want to invest in right? Everybody has an opinion. And they're gonna go find the data the sports their opinion, right downton. It's called conference. Nation bias and there's a whole bunch of even somebody like me who's been trained to do research cannot help introduce bias into that data. So then you have you have to validate the data. And let me tell you. That's a long laborious expensive process to get that, right? Where's right now with IBM it's just done. All right. So we talked about this, this real incident that we're good. Give linked to download enough telling people you need to read through this now want to back up and go back to the side

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

09:03 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"Said that there's other companies that would like to go away. Do you think you have that big competitive advantage of the way they're doing it now? Well, I think that industry has gotten very comfortable with its relationship with regulatory agencies and so forth and percents like us to come along and upset the apple cart, just take the one area where we have had so much innovation take affect air quality when we get our operating permit after we begin operating that will immediately reset the bar for best available control technology in the industry, and that will make life harder for everybody else trying to, you know, put a aid on an existing refinery, for instance, yet, we have several other shows Sevilla shoes. We talk about this cultural barrier to the Dopp tation of technology and only like. Like the technologies out there. Everything from predictive maintenance to big data analytics to very Vance process controls and as an industry, we don't take advantage of it. And I know why this is a risk adverse industry in our industry when you make mistake people can die. We look at this show that we're on right now the health safety environment podcast. It's one of the biggest drivers in the oil and gas industry by far and because people have that fear of somebody getting hurt or environmental tash. They don't wanna take a risk of changing anything. If that change means that you have better technology do stuff, but y'all did have to worry about any of that any of that old thought culture need those legacy systems. Any of the culture of we've never done that before you got to start from scratch with a clean sheet of paper and do it the best way y'all could figure out to do it in today's time, well condition under which I took on this job. I didn't like the fact that the industry was not able to adopt these innovations because of that relationship. And I don't wanna. Get branded as a crock pot but it's really not the industry's fall. I mean look what happened is Chevron in Pittsburgh Californian. They proposed a billion dollars worth upgrades to that refinery, primarily clean it up in ended up in twelve years of litigation, a retired an existing big oil company tries to do something good in innovative in positive. They get punished relentlessly for doing that. And I think that's wrong. I think the industry that will society has to change the way it treats the energy industry. Yeah. And you and I were talking about that before we turn to Mike zone. I think a lot of that is our industries. Fault ourselves for the last seventy five years. When anybody says something wrong, either intentionally or unintentionally about our industry. We don't correct them and I'm not talking about opinions of politics. I'm talking about facts. And it's it's to the point now where with adverse social media somebody that doesn't like our industry based on falsehoods canal talk about it. But instead of talking to one person they can talk to. People and as an industry, we're just now starting to figure out things like grass roots movements social media to get the truth out there. But we are so far behind the eight ball. The organizations out there that don't like our industry have been doing a really good job. Look at all the pipelines shutdown around the world. That's I mean it's wrong. It's bad business. It's bad for the environment, but from an anti oil and gas that was a pre smart move on their part. If you can't move the hydrocarbons around you can't move the finished products. There's no money to be made. So I think as an industry winning to own the fact that we've led to get here. I agree with you. We need to start changing the way people think about industry based on the reality of what we do. We have to be very confrontational in a positive manner, whenever we have the opportunity and, and a longer shy away from his arguments, because it's just too easy. With, as you mentioned social media, there for people to improperly educate some ignorant people as to what, what they ought to be thinking about the energy business, and yet, they go out and get in their car. And don't even think about the contribution that this industry makes to their everyday life. When the shells doing the Arctic exploration drilling coming out of. Portland Portland, a belief they had all the protesters there rig that was going out in their all in kayaks, and I'm thinking the kayaks has made a polypropylene that's made from natural gas. You're protesting what allows you to float do your protest. Yeah. I don't think they're using the old oilskin ones. Iran. Yeah. And talk about a different impact to the environment, if they were I want to circle back here for audience. This is a monumental breakthrough. This is extremely cleaned very targeted refinery built where the hydrocarbons or pulled out the ground not in the Gulf Coast, and, you know, bills out there running this thing Bill when people are looking at this, and if they wanted to help in some way, they wanted support. I do realize it probably a lot of people North Dakota appreciate you and support you. But if any of our audience, you know, wanted to learn more or support all y'all still raising funds or you're still looking for financing. Yeah, we're set for a major project, financing, institutionally placed coming up in May June, CNBC Martin Stanley, or managing up for us between now and were funding our operation through private placement. That's been ongoing for the last couple months. And now people are interested. It's probably the last opportunity to own stock in our parent company. Before we shift into the project financing modes of in our, our website gives the lane to, to how to do that. And we began to talk to anybody. That's eight private placement to accredited investors only. Lot uncommon gas. Pistons, if folks will put a link in the show notes if he writes, down, just click on and go check it out. So Bill, it's at the part of the show now it's time for a redwing safety tip of the week. Do you have a safety? Tiff are on. It's absolutely. When you're out in the field, in particular, make sure he got the right foot, where on make sure clothing is not hating all over the place where could get snagged on something. And it's the right material, make sure hard hat is not improperly. Fastened. In is within its day, and your ideas is in good shape. Also, if you're heading for the field, and you get on a plane, you might want to consider a face mask these days. Yeah. That PP Silla port in, you're right? Just because you have it. If you're not wearing it properly, it's not gonna protect, you know, right? All right. So before we go any further wanna stop real quick, please, please, please folks, if you like the show leave us review takes two minutes. Leave us a review the number one way to support the show. And then if you like the show, join Arlington group is linked to type in OG Jian. It's growing like crazy. If you want to be notified of what we're doing next. Just go the website all gas, HSEN dot com. Gives your Email address, we promise never to spam you. We got some vents coming up. We have the women and energy conference, Friday, January. Eighteenth will be linked the show, we have the OJ and super happy hour. Tuesday January twenty ninth this is always the last Tuesday, and Houston, it always sells out the money goes for good. 'cause we use it to fight human sex trafficking. It's only ten bucks Lincoln the show notes. There is a great time starting to livestream that we actually have a host of the livestream show. I'm actually looking for a sponsor him wants to be the sponsor for the all the gas happy hour, live from show, let me know. And then we have the SP inter-corporate top golf tournament on February twenty first and Lincoln the show notes as well. If you wanna learn about these events in more of a free oil and gas of its newsletter. We take all gas events put at one place, stick in your inbox once a month absolutely free. We'll put a link in the show notes that as well. So Bill this fascinating story. I wanna come back later, one-child go live in a in a want to do a deeper, dive into the actual process. So give you a year or so. We'll we'll circle back around and get you back on the show again. But if people wanted to find more about what you're doing with Davis refinery. I'm guessing they go to your website, media energy group Inc dot com. That's right. And it's loaded with information and just contact us. We're glad to talk to anybody who wants to learn more, and they're a good group of people. The whole reason Bill is on the ship because one of his guys reached out to me, great guy, and Bill if people want. To learn more about you, personally, I'm guessing Lincoln. Yeah. Like ten we'll stick links to both those in the show notes. So people if you listen to send your mobile app to scroll. Either upper left news, click on links right than in their Bill. This has been awesome. I appreciate your time on the show. We wish you the best of luck follow you closely because this is history in the making here in the US, and I got a feeling no matter what the other refineries out. There are going to do. I gotta feel that you're getting recip- the pace for lot of stuff in the future. So best of luck to you. Thanks again, so much for coming on the show. Thanks very much. It's been fun. All right, folks, so I don't have Patrick to close this thing so we can get out of here. Remember, don't be afraid to give up the good to go for the great. June in next week for another exciting episode of Red Wings, oil and gas. Hey chessy podcast a production of global oil and gas network. Learn more from Mark the court at nodal point com connect with Patrick Pistre at lean oilfield dot com. From Houston to, to

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"In a global industry, where anything can happen, where mistakes can cost far more than dollars. One oil and gas sales expert, one, hey, Jesse professional and the greatest p p provider on the planet must come together to men, one brand one mission, Red Wings, oil and gas agency podcast with Marc Lacouture and Patrick Pistre starts now. Hey, it's Mark coordinate shows for everybody who has an interest in HSE in the oil and gas industry. Brought to you by redwing the leaders and sheer your people go home safe every day. Joining today is no co host because Patrick got caught up doing something else, he's busy. But we do have a really awesome guests that we have a Bill Bill is at pretense. Prentice Phil Prentice. He's a CO chairman of Davis refinery how you doing today? Bill very, thank you. So what are your people reached out to me, CoCo, basically? And he did such a transparent good job that accepted a coal call. And he started telling me the story about your refinery, and I was like, oh, my God to story needs to be told because correct me if I'm wrong Bill, we have a built, a new refinery in the US since the seventies, now the first full conversion refinery nut atop in Yuna, and forty years forty years, and then not only building a new refinery, yeller doing so much that so radically different and it's awesome stuff. So I don't know if you want to kind of. Start actually before we start there. Let's start with you. How did you get caught up in this crazy industry? Well, right. Out of college, I was involved in heavy construction projects and went to work for a company called floor corporation, who build our plants and refineries all of the world. So that's what I did for several years before deciding that I wanted to be out on my own. Soy started my first energy company back in the eighties. And a little stint at a small investment banking firm, led me to Meridian or a star dot consulting than to oversee yo about four years ago. So floor that EPC world has changed so much from say the eighties early nineties two now but, you know, those are the companies that build the biggest projects on the planet, or the biggest most Catholics intensive stuff is companies like floor sue, you got exposed to big business early on in Florida relegated job in the early part of the megaproject era on figuring out how to organize properly manage big projects. And let's face it over. The years these facilities have gotten bigger and more expensive and more complicated so that management capabilities is really core to what we do here, marine to bed in his solicitor back around. So you're now at Meridian and y'all are actually building this refinery up in North Dakota. Correct. Yeah. When it first came on a cited already been selected upenn southwestern North Dakota, just to the south of the main center of the Bachan play and logistics, perfect right location. For plant started Permadi about three and a half years ago is finished up. All of our permits in June of twenty teen and started working the field right after that. Yeah. In, I knew of Meridian because y'all got a couple of hiccups out there were some of the anti only gas groups, but you'll end up sailing, maybe sailors wrong word you end up getting through all of that. And you got through that for something that's very unique for refinery. I want to talk about that. I wanna talk about. The clean standard that y'all are setting yellow mean that nobody's done in the US yet. Well, let's face it when you start with a blank sheet of paper, we have an unfair advantage over the guys that are struggling to efficiently in clearly operate plants that are fifty sixty seventy years old. So please don't interpret this as criticism of the way these guys are doing their job. They're doing a great job. But again, you know there's a lot of technology. This come out in the last forty years has not been used yet. There's not a single place in the world for all of this new stuff has been integrated into a single new full conversion refinery. And as a result of that we can put up a refiner fifty sixty thousand barrel per day range that meets requirements for his synthetic minor source under EPA, rugs, which allows us to get through permitting and into the market much much quicker, you know, along with that. I mean we're the cleanest refine round planet. First full conversion plan, forty years for. Digital refinery. And as far as I can tell were the first full conversion refinery ever Bill by start of confident in. So would I think is cool about this? So you're in the Balkan you know, there's a lot of gas production of their prices aren't whereby wants it. And I shouldn't say a lot, but some of that gas is gotten rid of right. It's flared. It's vinit. But by y'all building this refinery that is burned so that operate, so cleanly you're able to take some gas and actually use it for your own operations, right? Yeah. There's, there's a big move up there together gas and not flare. I don't know if your member four or five years ago, the, the way the press would play up the aerial photos of North Dakota looked like the eastern seaboard at night from space with all the flooring going on. And so, yeah, there's a lot of very inexpensive gas of their vegan in for fuel instead of our own Roddick's. Yeah. I've actually seen it before, and it's the same way in west Texas, e get in a plane at night over west Texas. And it looks like Las Vegas down there. But I want to go back to this gas. That sounds like it's not a big deal. It's a huge deal able to take this gas, as normally would be flared or venit somewhere and used to actually run the refinery. And the thing I think, is so cool about this is maybe wrong Bill, but aren't shells emissions level so low that you don't need an EPA permit. Well, what happened is, I mean, everybody up EP specs if has signed state implementation plans with every one of the fifty states under which they implement the programs the Clean Air Act programs for that stay, and we came in under new requirements for stepping up the permit procedure into a direct EPA permit application were in under the statement, arm says as synthetic minor source, and, you know, you look at the charts, what that means were producing emissions on a per barrel process basis, that would be one eight one, six to the most of the industry averages. And in fact, there's a nearby national par that teddy Roosevelt. National our, our emissions at the refinery are lower than

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

07:02 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"We give away one lucky winner week now audience. Listen to me, this ends today. This is the last bags that were given out. So if you wanna win when you better go inter, and you better do it quickly, because like I said, it's the last one and also for we get back Jake Patrick, and I just want to wish our audience, you know, happy holidays merry Christmas. Have a great New Year's be safe out there people. But we're, we're take a break with our families, and we'll come back and pick this backup in the new year, and we know Djabel out with their oilfield family. So wherever you are, like marks, it be safe have merry Christmas. Make sure that you go back to your family how you left him. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. So Jake, you do all kinds of stuff, and you're actually a blast. Have on the microphone. I haven't shown a guest we have to get you back on. But if but if people wanted to find out more about you, and your business, where should they go, so reliable, oh, are g dot com. WWW. Reliable org, like reliable organization dot com. That's the website that's all about human error air management. All that stuff. If you go to the resources page, there's a video, there's a couple of links many links to books articles, there's four or five different handouts from my presentations, even I think, kind of abbreviated slide deck. That's a great place to get started on that. I think actually just recently, there's a video cast up on there as well. So there's, there's some good information on that if you're more into the technical training just learning how to teach and train better, the other site is WWW. J M a method dot com. Spelled out. That's WWW Jason Juliet. Amazon, Mike is an alpha J M method dot com. And that's the interactive site for technical educators, in guesses, people wanna find out more about, you personally Lincoln yet Lincoln is on Lincoln. I haven't published that much recently got some good bios, even kind of a couple of bio videos on the Jim. Method site and of got a good bio page on the human error site. But also also unlinked into. Yup. The only the I do in so everybody will put links and the show notes whatever Appier listen to swipe upper left or right. And you get to those, they're all clinical. And if you're out there and his stuff the interest, you one of the things that I think it's really cool about what Jake does. It's a little bit different than other people in his world is he actually does keynote presentations. So if you want him to come and talk to your innovation and entertaining, educational valuable way reach out to him along all the other stuff that he does if you like what we're doing. Go follows Lincoln group. Oh, which by the way we talk about this. Only this week we haven't talked about here. We are looking for an OG Jianzhu own gas will network, who's the pair of all the podcasts this we're looking for streak team members. So if you wanna volunteer about an hour week and work with us. You get some really cool swag. Get a OBGYN street team search. You get to be part of our press team. And we just need a little bit. Volunteer hill, working our social media, including things like Lincoln. So if you interested in that reach out to. Me a we start putting that together and work with St. group street team in the new year that if you go to the website, go ahead and gives you Email address high promise we will not spam. You only use that to let you know about new stuff, we're doing events on deck. We always have the happy hour here in Houston, which is expanded to other parts of the US. But it's always the last Tuesday, a month here at the canon, there's links to Shonen for that you can also go to the August global network dot com website and there's a vets paging see what's going on. And Patrick, you know, the summit, haven't told you and I've been so busy, we finally got the actual your L O G Jian finally as are on. Are seventeen inch long only gas global network doesn't fit on our business. Get ready to go away. So we're getting that fixed. Jake man. This has been incredible. Thank you so much coming onto show. This, this was we gotta get you back on this, and we got to see about getting person, at one of our events. But just big big. Thank you, and happy holidays to you, and yours. Thank you so much. This has been a great. This has been a lot of fun safe travels. And yes, look forward to working with you again. Thank you. You bet you ready here. Patrick that's all right, folks, don't be afraid to give up the good to go for the great. You'll be safe out there. Tune in next week for another exciting episode of Red Wings, oil and gas. Hey chessy podcast a production of global oil and gas network. Learn more from Marc Lacorte at model point dot com. Connect with Patrick Pistre at lean oilfields dot com. From Houston to London to do by and beyond. Our Jake, here's apart. We ask you, what's the craziest thing you've ever seen in the all man Sayed. Now, I don't know if I can tell you on a PG rated podcasts, the craziest thing I've seen in the field. But I'll tell you something that threw me for a loop. So I try to maintain an even keel it's part of kind of doing what I do. So I had a supervisor come up to me one time, it's Jake this guy, and you're about to go on and teach our group and everything we have our pre job briefings, right written prejudge briefings. And one of the boxes that they're supposed to check if it works is three way communication. It's just a classic tool. Right. I say something you repeat it back to me. Ask whether I got it. And I say, yes. Three way communication. He said Jake, I got this guy who keeps marking out three and writing into. I have no idea what he's doing it. Can you can you figure this out? I went sure no problem. I'm just rolling with it. Like people ask me this every day. I'm going, what the I okay fine. So I teach my class, I do my case study, whatever it is. Interactive case study on a switching incident come back afterwards. And I'm talking with this guy, and he said, you know, a learned something today, and it's like I've been to this place, four or five times, I've ties not the first time I taught and I mentioned three way communication, and he said, you know, I just work with me, and one, other guy. And so we always thought, well, we're not doing three way communication, because we don't have three people we just have to people. So I wanted to be accurate cross it out. And I went will. Thank you, sir, for being accurate. But now yet now you know, the right way to do it didn't drop a hint. Didn't do anything I'm like walked away going. You can't just heat. Somebody one time. It just doesn't work. You gotta you gotta get him a couple times. That's really funny. Jake, I got off an investigation. One of our recommendations was us, and we call it close communication. Same ways things three way. Yeah. And I just flat out told that's not how we talk out here said I, I know I used to work off shore. I understand the, the way you do communicate. This is a recommendation to make sure this type of incident doesn't happen again. Yeah. Now the way we talk out here. So, wow. All you can do say, well, this is how the best people in the world talk. You could you talk. How you wanna talk special breed kit, you can't make this type of stuff I was shocked, I was shocked when I got that response, I really didn't know how to respond. Well, there's, there's good stuff to come. And maybe we'll talk about it on another podcast. I think good, I think having you back on. Excellent Jake cool.

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"In a global industry, where anything can happen, where mistakes can cost far more than dollars. One oil and gas sales expert, one, hey, Jesse professional and the greatest p p provider on the planet must come together to men, one brand one mission, Red Wings, oil and gas agency podcast with Marc Lacouture and Patrick Pistre starts now. Hey, it's Markle coordinate shows for everybody who has an interest in HSE in the oil and gas industry brought to you by redwing the leaders and ensuring your people go home safe every day. Joining me today is my prison medic co host Patrick pester AO market. You don't do it. Frick. Awesome. Patrick. It's the end of the year as close to Christmas time. It's actually kinda christmasy weather here uses below ninety five so. Patrick we have against any knowing we do have guests on a day. We've got Jake and Jake. I'm gonna let you pronounce your last name just so I don't butcher it. You know. And I try not to pronounce it, but it's mazal live, if you really need to, but it just makes me very informal I usually go by Jake. You wanna be really formal? It's Dr Jake, but that's it. So you do you have Jake dot com is that. That one would have been very easy to find, but no, I actually went with a reliable ORG dot com for the for the human error stuff and I shall I also teach technical trainers. That's J, M, Jake mazal and associates JAMA method dot com. That's what I got. Jake. So you kind of already started down the road. Rows could take you in the fact that there is a PHD f your last name. Yeah. That was an interesting experience. I would say that I learned so it's a PHD it's in education, which when I got into it, because I was truthfully, I was an EMT emergency medical technician, and taking a satellite classes at the satellite location at university of Virginia going. I just got into it for something interesting. And I was trying to decide okay, my company was paying for some classes. So I'm deciding do I either wanna go to paramedic school? And I was seriously thinking about that. But I take some classes in adult education, things like that, really liked some of the theory of communication decision making how people learn kind of the applied psychology and I wound up go, not going to paramedic school, obviously, and go in for that one up getting a PHD in that decided not to go for the academic route just could not. Myself to publish papers written in the language that just nobody else reads, I wanted to write for men and women of action as opposed academics. And so I didn't put it on my for the for the main company that I work for the fortune five hundred utility I work for for a decade. I didn't even put PHD on my business cards because it tended to end all the wrong conversations. But then when I got into human for formats, I went while what is this human performance stuff? What I found out was it's mostly about communication decision making and helping people learn from their steaks. And I went, I know a lot of the research on this. I just came at it from a really, really different point of view the most people do, it's really came came from an EMT background. You also did a stint in the normal national guard, a Hasso, so that's all rubber hit the road actual stuff. Also, you served your time in the trenches. And now we kind of fast forward now, and you're doing the whole Jamie training method. Which, by the way you sit me a handle h handbook, which is. Just it's short sweet to the point. Supervisor thank you for that. You've very welcome. How did you go from there to where you are now? So when I got into working for the fortune five hundred I was got in I basically I do two things I do human performance, which is basically helping people reduce mitigate and learn from human errors. Right. That's the main thing, but I've also been doing for a long, long time, interactive teaching and training. And that's for a lot of that is for the medical industry, but I use that everywhere. Everybody from nuclear I've taught it to electric, utility switch operators who have loved it. So I got into learning about education and the first job that I got in, in the big the utility was doing technical training. It was instructional designer my job was to help out the technical experts translate what they knew into some kind of teachable form which. It was harder than you think. And so, I got to work with them for couple years, doing that. And then wound up from there kind of going this. It's interesting, but I don't wanna know if I want to do this for twenty years, and then I found out about this human performance of really good friend of mine, name Hilton kind of clued me and he said, hey, Jake, you know, the guy who's doing human performance is retiring. You ought to apply for that job. And I have to thank him, every time I see him because I what, what is this human performance, and he said, well, I can't really describe it. But at some of the weird stuff that you and I talk about you think about all the time and I got into it in the more I went into what I went, I'd I know this stuff. So that's, that's how I got into it. And so when you see human performance. What does that mean to you? So if you go yet, it's not the name that I would have picked if you go, Google human performance, you're gonna get all kinds of things from weightlifting and muscle milk to Tony Robbins, to everything else. But what I have learned the keyword that I'd heard is human performance, or a better way to put it as human. Performance improvement. H P. I that's the way the department of energy puts it. And I kinda liked that what that means is basically strategies and principles to help prevent, mitigate and learned from human error. The problem is every industry including oil and gas including electric utilities, medical aviation military, a 'aeronautics almost any industry that you can name has some kind of problem with people making mistakes at some level, and some industries have woken up to that and said, we need to tackle this head on and other industries, just kind of prefer to sweep it under the rug and say, no harm no foul. That's it some organizations. Learn from their mistakes, actively put effort time resources towards learning from their mistakes, and others don't, and we generally that, that the tag were that I had heard for many years, that, that collectively describes those programs to. Reduce mitigate learn from from human errors is human performance improvement even though you're right. Human performance of proven could relate to a whole lot more things than just reducing airs edgy. So I think maybe to expand on that because I, I agree with you. When you're trying to find information on human performance it at destined to go to health performance, but you talked about the managing errors, managing human error. Yeah. Can you give a little insight into what you consider Humaira because in my experience, a lot of companies will do it recalls analysis and get to human error, and that's where they stop at? Yeah, get of what those human error is actually are you can give us a little insight into that. So one of the big statistics used, it's a real eye opener actually comes from a different industry. When I when I teach my workshops, I do about fifty percent of my examples from the industry, that I'm working with a lot of that's electric utility, but also do a lot of government research labs, things like that. And about fifty percent of my examples from outside, just to let people. No. I'm not picking on them. And everybody has kind of the same problem. The example that comes to mind is from medicine from healthcare report came out, called to Arizona, and this was several years ago. This came out, I believe in nineteen ninety nine so two while ago but it said that about forty four thousand to ninety eight thousand people die every year every year because

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"Not here to do the closing forest but just want everybody to be safe out there, absolutely. Cunene next week for another exciting episode of Red Wings, oil and gas. Hey chessy podcast a production of global oil and gas network. Learn more from Mark the court at nodal point dot com. Connect with Patrick Pistre at lean oilfield dot com. From Houston to London. To do and be on. Do you have a crazy thing? You've seen in the field. Yeah. I think it is not from northern to straight, but every crazy I'm potentially extremely CDs thing that I saw I've gone to do some work in an explosives, plant and explosions of ace simple way, this was used the. The acronym demonic fish so things a blow. With fiction impact study or heat on the explosive program floor to be careful what you would doing on to it over shoes inside going on, when I was in there, half the stuff when tote won't gonna gove poss-. I came back in again, and I literally had my fingers and my most because if this thing blew would all dead on can't wit this, in this place is interesting him of the say, passan being extremely careful because a skit witless, but inside people become, you know, blase and, you know, on to become a new to safety, so I do see crazy things like that. People say, well, you know what happened to me happen to somebody else, and of stuff like that. It's amazing. Yeah. Yeah.

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"In a global industry, where anything can happen, where mistakes can cost far more than dollars. One oil and gas sales expert, one, hey, Jesse professional and the greatest p p provider on the planet must come together to men, one brand one mission, Red Wings oil and gas agency podcast with Markle occur and Patrick Pistre starts now. Hey, this is Patrick pastor in the show is for everybody, who has an interest HSE in the oil and gas industry. Brought to you by redwing the leaders and P insuring people go home safe every day, and I have a special guest host with me today. Cindy league. Spey Sini is the podcast for while now. It's finally good to get you on the air. Well, yeah, thank you very much for having me pass. So Mark's calendar got a little over overwhelmed. And he forgot about past the Patong. Yeah. So, and we also have David Ramsay here or these of Kelvin, top said, welcome, David. Hi, folks. So David, and I have worked together for a long time. Tell us a little about your company about the safety in the causing houses. Real patrick. I started my company nineteen Eighty-six. You can imagine. It makes me video old, don't just to company revenge successful on day. We deliver really. Exac- trinity or investigation training all their own world. And we've go people for us everywhere from Scotland to New Zealand, and of course, gave we have a business. He in the states we mostly do tissue. Investigate. Another includes investigation itself. But the impact of that is route causing Alice's, we're very keen, and doing causing Alice's in a particular way this easy for people to do unto findings. So we're talking only winning incident happens when when something happens and someone gets hurt there's a spill. That's when you come in or new, it's not that those people think is just been find it really is launch prevention if you can spot sings in advance and five been talking a lot recently about weak signals so really is spotting small things women advance to prevent incidents happening that can lead into, you know, hazo posit and such like, but it is being a widow of the little things that can lead to much larger things I. Was fortunate or unfortunate Chevy where you located. I'd HUD major pot and playing the investigation of Deepwater Horizon. That's nine years Guna is almost issue for young people. But nevertheless, when you look to that, as Komen too old incidence. There were very small indicators or weak signals the beginning will in advance that was a stoppable incident us old incidence off. But I do want to emphasize point if we look as a problem solving, too, so that we can look at things in advance than we can still incidents happening. So can you give us an example? What, what are these weak signals that you just a few, what you would consider weak signals that can lead to these? Well, you can a walk along. And you can see somebody not winning to crack. PP's like went to factory and the signs up saying you must wear defend us on. I'm winning you defend us on the perhaps, a member of the management team, wouldn't be waiting defend us immediately. I've got. Something flagging in my head on what you're really looking at if you just three indicators can tell you that the something seriously wrong with company don't have to be host of indicators, you can have three things, maybe an electrician stunning. The junction box might be another thing like that. People uprating wet for the don't have to operate in a wet area or justify any and the general feeling of the stuff, there's one particular company, I went to a long time ago. I was asked to look at that company by shell on the immediately when you through the door was uncomfortable. Feeding and that's very important. The maybe seventy percent of your gut feelings are probably right. So don't ignore the finish the really very, very important. So we're working off shore had a few instance where you go there. And what was that, David? I say, I'm sure you. But you look at the, the sack room or the room, the mud pits if it's a clean space, you know that they are taking care of it's not. It's as weak indicators that you're looking forward to kind of, like you said it gives you that gut feel, but, you know, a tidy work environment. So, and the, the defense was a funny thing because a lot of times you don't think it's too loud. But a lot of these facilities have requirement you have to wear your defenders in, you know, whenever you're outside of the combinations. How would you're working in the situation? Can you identify these weeks because it's a lot of noise, you, you, you get doing the job. You may not notice personally that you're, you're showing these weeks signals. So how do you stop step back and actually identify the weak signals before there's an incident, I think as being a good pin into being a good driver. Is the do you look things on you ceasing, lots of based in experience account, expect you people to pick these things, but I knew it's Kunin driving. Just by the king driving thing and live in a. Long street in country village on speed limit their fifty miles per hour on often. Look at my speedometer undoing twenty five I'm particularly cautious ketosis on the just happened to me just snow. I was done in the city center here in Houston. And I was driving kiffiny of to the parking lot, an Amman walked up from the set. Any fell over the bonnet of my car? No. I was going very very slowly. If I beginning faucet, lots of people are going through parking lots than the mind could have been possibly killed and he's fail over my bonnet on spoke to mitt. Sure he was. Okay. That was done. Something accidents on the always, okay? But you can never be too careful. Is that experiencing is not just a question of full in the rules rules might say is fifty miles an hour or as William defend us? You have to put some judgment into that, so that you've. -pecially expands prevents things, I think not so the core of HSE. So how do you convince somebody that these weak indicators, are actually something to worry about? Because when you, you talk about the Deepwater Horizon, the Macondo the blow out if you were presenting a report to me, and I saw, you know, your, your comedy on air defenders, or other things that are there. You know, why wouldn't say were directly related to that incident? So how do you convince management that these small things actually lead to a larger incident to take you back a little bit outside the oil industry? My original might grand much for the kid to admit here on the radio. But I was what technology under really wants when you're in call to control was to look at in won't people were doing, and it was a strength of your passing on a to be able to go up and city people. Look there's a problem here. Let me talk through with you. Let's see, what would the implications of the be an think. So you're going to do. The good to good driver. You're walking with your team on. You have to say, look, this is not right for the following reasons. So I think you've got to do this explanation thing and I want to use that as a point into communications that the heart of everything is good communication. So you got to talk to people be able to wave expressing of I wasn't always good at that as good older, feel much better doing that talking to people engaging with people on just being polite. But communications, assume, important very recently of two weeks ago, we had this terrible, the crush, Indonesia, where some almost two hundred people have died and is not been entirely proven yet. But it looks Boeing didn't communicate to the company, one of the features of the aircraft which tended to force the news down the pilots didn't know on the ISSA communication issue was part of the other issues with. Of course, I'm trained ear crash. Investigators well on this. So there wasn't north old information's freeze. I don't want to prejudge in any way, but nevertheless communications seem to big issue. If you buy two probably one of the best known incidence ever was a sinking of the Titanic on the nineteen twelve. If we think that if the competent Cup to Smith salutes remarkably like me. We'll be and the he was a didn't have all the information. People didn't tell him about the specs people didn't tell him that lots of different things on the result of that. We know fifteen hundred people died. Those people wouldn't be alive today because of the time, bliss, people would have lived if he had more information. So we Judy boned to tell people we all knew own families week at wrong when I run courses essay. No, please put your hand up. If you've never had an argument with your deepest and nearest and of friends, lovers, whatever might be because new inputs Honda that we all have communication problems in high, I didn't Email and text, and such like, we really have multiplied the problems. So, and I like the like they kind of the parents stewardship in algae, a lot of companies have start stop OB cards. And that's a oh, it's, it's to drive that communication, but. You still have incidents on those rigs so is, is that communication of what would level is needs? I want to use an example the oil industry. I love expanse an explosives. What's very big useless blunt on? If I told the perimeter fence seventeen miles had Harba soon railway on such a really big place on. They were unhappy with the quality of the it wasn't bad. Because if you get it wrong and explicit. It's very, very, very ceus. But this meant for years, the heart of new use a lot of his might think, is old hot was due point stop program. Now we helped them with two points for mission to localize, the, the material of, of people be able to understand get benefit from it. Well as a result of that, and it took it to schools took it out to various places, and homes and such light on the did not have. V. Single lost time injury in for years. So it was a boat communicating to the staff the staff communicate into each other unable to any protozoan and most importantly, no one was hurt. So I think you kinda find apply these things offshore or anywhere

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

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"patrick pistre" Discussed on Red Wing's Oil and Gas HSE Podcast

"In a global industry, where anything can happen, where mistakes can cost far more than dollars. One oil and gas sales expert, one, hey, Jesse professional and the greatest p p provider on the planet must come together to man, one brand one mission, Red Wings, oil and gas agency podcast with Marc Lacouture, and Patrick pissed or starts now. Hey, it's Markle coordinate show is for everybody has an interest HSE in the oil and gas industry. Brought to you by redwing the leaders and sugar. People go home safe. Everyday joining me today is my award-winning coast. Patrick fister. That's right. How do market you. Don't do it. Awesome. And you aren't award-winning coast, aren't you? I am we took back tobacco marketing awards at heart energies various what the executive all conference. And then Doug Midland, so award winning that's title. That's it's not about my participation awards back playing soccer. Yeah, congratulations to you, and your team for pull it off. It's nice that your peers, notice that you're out there kickabout and taking aim only gas marketing world. Just mention the companies that was what site pro the both those conferences, and those guys really appreciate understand what digital marketing do inform. So. I'm really happy to have a team that understands that. And speaking of that you and I have a future podcast, that will touch much more on digital marketing sales than doesn't HSEN. Yeah. And it's you know that's really my passion. Now, I asked my passion is process improvement. But really, you know Doug my teeth into in the marketing last half a decade or so. We'll have sure audience isn't really concerned about are you win and marketing wards other. I'm surely would all clap you on the back of they could. This is our thanksgiving episode. This is and this is more of a, oh, just happy, thanksgiving, everybody except for a Canadian friends had thanksgiving month ago. But we we we've had thanksgiving safety episodes. Before we just wanted to say, happy, thanksgiving and wanted everybody be safe. And if you're curious if you're new listener show episode was that our last thanksgiving episode sixty if you go to Olen gas, HSE dot com, they're organized by month. You can go back in November and find episode number zero six zero and we're actually out in curves Texas talking with my brother-in-law who's a firefighter out there at the curb ill- fire department about. The big thing is trying to Turkey. And in the south, we love fried Turkey so follow those procedures. Don't overfill that oil. Yeah. In seriously, especially if you've never fried Turkey for go back and listen to that pursued it's real shorts not very long. But unfortunately, so many people make mistakes during the holiday season, and they end up enjoyed Tom friends and family. They end up getting a couple of stitches or to be that person and alcohol is involved. And you've got hot oil and all just a lot of bad things meet at the same intersection during thanksgiving. So that's gonna be a red wing tip of the week. Don't drink too much if you're cooking that's fifty tip of the week. And speaking of redwing, if you'd like to win one of these awesome offshore bags. It's really simple. Good redwing shoes dot com for slash podcast. Red wing shoes dot com slash podcast. No purchase necessary. See official site for rules and details. When we give away one of these awesome bags week. Absolutely. And they are they're going, they're like you said many times before they're item we keep NASA about him. It's, it's insane. And if you go to website, go ahead and leave us your Email address, and then we doing this. Happy hour last Tuesday every month. It'll be a Tuesday, November twenty seventh this month just go all Gaskell network dot com, click on events, and you can see monthly counter the stuff. We're doing here in the stuff. We'll be doing other places in the future gives you Email address, make sure we notify you about stuff, and the Patrick guess, when I'm doing a December six I have heard rumors that you are you have asked to give your your predictions for twenty nineteen. Yep. So every year, we do all gas predictions. We do at the very end. So December six of this year, I will do all gas predictions for next year for twenty nineteen. Now we're not putting us on social a Tableau software's partner with us, and they're actually helped hostess event. It's gonna be really cool. A great food great drinks network. Your peers noise, we try to sell you anything and I am go through what I think's happened in August industry for next year. It's from four to six PM here in Houston. If you wanna go swipe three whatever app you listen to and find the show notes or go to websites on the shows, we'll put a link there. We are not putting us on social. So this is hand invited people in our podcast only once. To be invited to this. So if, if you wanna come check me out love to meet in person, come by absolutely free for audience, and this will be a fun event to go to because you can pick apart marks predictions from last year asking why he thinks he does. But he will ill still stick around answer your questions. So if you've got a bone to pick with any of his past predictions is suggest highly go to this event. And then if you go, then you can call me on it later in the year stuff happens that I didn't call. I got wrong. You have evidence, absolutely crazy stuff. You've seen on thanksgiving. Just now it just popped into my head because of the Turkey frying. So I'll just jump into it. So we talked a little bit about frying Turkey in one of the major things is don't fry, a frozen Turkey and my mother-in-law is jealous of my fried Turkey because people like fried Turkey more than they like traditional roasted Turkey now. So driving out to curb ill- to visit the family. I asked her to buy me a Turkey well in advance and I get there and the Turkey she has for me is only partially thawed. And I know she did it on purpose. She was sabotage me because she didn't want my Turkey be ready. But it goes back to don't fry a frozen Turkey because they have a tendency to explode. It's the water people hits. Hits a water instantly turns esteem in literally exploded. So don't do it. So that's my, my crazy seen the field mother-in-law's sabotaging my fried Turkey. All right, folks, we're gonna get out of here, have a great thanksgiving. And we will see next week. You'll be safe up there. Tune in next week for another exciting episode of Red Wings, oil and gas. Hey chessy podcast a production of the global oil and gas network. Learn more from Markley court at nodal point dot com. Connect with Patrick Pistre at lean oilfield dot com. From Houston to, to do and beyond.

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