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"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"With the events on deck for the next month we have some exciting things coming up to happy hours one in Pittsburgh and one in Denver so the first one will be happening on March twenty second at Bubbas Gourmet Burgers and beer. This event won't be from four to seven and will feature a live recording of oil and gas this week with Jake Corley and Markel Corp so be sure to check that out. You can sign up via our social. Media's we have an event bright sign up and should be good to go from there. The next event will be a happy hour in Denver at Liberty Oilfield Services on April second once again. Check our social media's for the event bright sign up and sign up there as some of our social media followers may know we are headed to Aberdeen Scotland the first week of March in a couple of days actually for Doku con creating high impact sales and Energy Dokru is excited to launch. Its very first sales development conference and OGSM's mark and Patrick will be hosting a panel and recording podcast. So we're really excited to be joining map. The leaders in industry luncheon is on March eleventh at the Petroleum Club. Houston toward the future is happening on March tenth and Eleventh in Houston your registration to the port of the future conference also allows you access to exclusive events including TSA security and terrorism research showcase and many more so be sure to view the agenda and see what they are offering the Houston energy. Breakfast will be on March twentieth at the Norris Conference Center in Houston the API Energy Houston three gun..

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"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

06:44 min | 4 months ago

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Affordable to live here and so we know that teachers are using that in both midland down. Odessa and I'm excited to see the results but again maybe that's something that needs to be ongoing fantastic. Thank you so much for your hard work in pouring into our community. What is your favorite thing about living in the basin for the past year? Oh my goodness We have had the best time. I don't know the barbecue here is over the top little different than Colorado different. I tell my friends. You don't even know what barbecues until you come down here so true but honestly it's really what you hit on earlier. We feel like we've known some of our friends that we've met in the past year for all of our lives and we just the Camaraderie and the spirit down here is unlike anywhere that we've seen and we love to be part of it and we really feed off the energy of the folks down here and the pride that they have and so it's been pretty amazing Pantano. Well we're so glad you're here and I know last time I probably asked you this because I always love to know what people are reading or listening to. Do you have a favorite book or podcast that you're listening to right now? You know right now. I'm reading a book and Gosh Darn it and it's Oh I don't know it feels like it's about a foot thick but it's about the the history and the heritage of West Texas Fan. Yeah and about how the all the various industries all just hasn't been oil and gas all the time right talks a lot about agriculture in the history of the area and now they put me on the spot. I cannot spit out the name. But it's it's like well I'll just google best book that's think about West Texas. It'll come up but I love that you're learning more about West Texas because I think it is important when you move somewhere to dive into the culture and to learn the history and we do always have people that are moving in and out of the basin and as many who have been through booms and busts around here now that if we're in a downturn now we argosy things turn around and it's going to go back up so new people will be moving back into the basin and I love that you are still learning about what makes it so great here. I think that's fantastic. What's the most important lesson you have learned? Maybe in it doesn't have to necessarily be in the last year being here but in life. I think I've known this for most of my adult life but being down here for your has just really put the exclamation mark on it. And it's it's advice that I give to my kids. I don't know if they listen to it but certainly anybody who asks in. It's it's okay to be uncomfortable and in fact. I think it's important to be uncomfortable as I reflect back on my professional life certainly on my personal the Times where I experienced the most growth was when I was uncomfortable. If we constantly operate our comfort zone we will never truly reach our potential. And I've even though it is uncomfortable. I sometimes when I get uncomfortable. I have to think okay. This is growth. Time this when you're going to grow and it's something that it took me a while to realize but it's absolutely true. It is true. My husband's told that to our kids several times. You have to get comfortable being uncomfortable. Absolutely that can apply to any aspect of your life whether it's in sports if it's in the classroom if it's in the workplace sometimes it's GonNa feel you're GonNa get the butterflies is gonNa feel a little different because you haven't done this before but once you do it you're going to be so glad you did That's it and you're GONNA learn something from it so good advice and your kids should listen. Let me tell them. Sometimes they listen to other right other moms before I I understand. I understand Let's let's just kind of close things out with a reminder of the Permian counts because I think that is so important that everyone does go. Fill out that information. Let's just give one final push? Is there anything we haven't mentioned about it? That you think is so important that you really want all of our listeners. To know two things really number one when we ask people are you going to fill out the census early on we got to interesting common themes back number one was. Oh we're going through a census right now. It's since this year so the basic awareness that this is happening right now needs to increase significantly so yes. We are going through once every ten years since his count as happening right now as we speak number two the other reason people said well. I don't matter I mean if I don't feel my now. If you know plenty of other people will so. I don't matter but there goes if everybody thinks like that then we're GonNa get a significant undercount and so every person in this basin who is here more than fifty percent of the time absolutely matter so I don't want any of your listeners. Or any of anybody here to think that they're that filling out their ballot doesn't matter because it does. That was great. Great information in so true because when you said that I just realized ten years flew by that my ass and to think we we are in another census count. Yeah I mean I feel like it was just yesterday but it wasn't letter and so as so important. Great Information please. Everyone take Tracy's advice go to the Permian counts dot com and Phil this information out. We would love to make sure that we get all the representation. We can here in West Texas. We need it now more than ever and we need each and every one of you to be counted. So Tracy thank you so much. I appreciate you being here. And if we want to let everyone know that of course. Permian strategic partnership is here to stay. You're on social media. You're on facebook. The premium counts as well so just diving. Get that information. See how you can help. And let's continue to support our wonderful community of the Permian Basin and we're all in this together. So let's help each other out and be strong together and go get your senses. Vote counted right now. I cannot say it enough. I feel like now. I'm gonNA tell everybody like everybody. I see if you feel about your son says. That's that's what we need to do. We need to spread that good here of filling out your census so tracy thank you again. I appreciate you thank you for all you do and thank you so much for having me your welcome well. Usually we always announce a community. Mvp At the end of our show. And today I have several community. Mvp's because as you know we are going through something we've never gone through before and we are seeing people step up like in true West Texas fashion as they always do. But I want to share a special. Thank you to our grocery store. Workers Nurses Doctors Educators first responders farmers city government officials who were all working overtime to make sure that our country locally and around the world continue to run a smooth as they can during these uncertain times. If you haven't chance take the time and just thank you. It's that easy. Just walk up to him. Say Thank you so much for all your doing and from all of us here at Permian perspective we appreciate each and every one of you and what you're doing to help during this pandemic special thank you again to Baker Hughes for Sponsoring Permian Perspective as you know. Baker Hughes recently launched a new in reimagined Baker Hughes brand and the as an energy company. They are striving to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for people on the planet. Thanks again for joining us. I appreciate each and every.

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"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

11:13 min | 4 months ago

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Tell us a little bit about your partnership with p. s. p. and the census education campaign which is called. The Permian counts. Thank you because I can't think of another region in the entire country that has more to gain from an accurate census. Count as we all know who live here. We know that due to our growth we have a lot of challenges that come along with that and that is by way of of housing and healthcare and Roads Education Workforce Development. All the things that the PSE works on but one of the. We feel like one of the priorities needs to be on making sure that every person in the Permian if you live here if you're here fifty percent or more of the time you need to be counted here because that is directly linked to federal resources. That should absolutely come to the Permian. If we all agree that being counted needs to be a priority otherwise the resources that are designated for right here are going to go elsewhere to the places that were counted in so all we have to do is make our individual responsibility to go online and be counted. And we'll see resources. Potentially that our region is never seen before so in the past. I if I remember this correctly we would get packet in the mail. We would fill out a little questionnaire. Send it back and then maybe someone would come to our door and follow up. Bright is that how the process was in the past but is now changing. You're exactly right. That's how it's been done for years and years this year. It's changed to technology and people like the convenience of filling it out online. You can do it directly from your cell phone your ipad your computer but then you add the corona virus on top of it and so much of that door to door and reminding and encouraging people educating them face to face is not going to happen or at least certainly suspended and so now. It's really a comment on all of us as individuals to take the time to educate ourselves into go online and do it ourselves and just make it a priority. So what is the fastest way to do this and easiest because will be honest? A lot of us are staying home now a lot more and with governor Abbot just announcing today. That going into effect tomorrow night. Bars and restaurants will be closed indoor dining and also you can't be in a group of ten or more people. We're going to be home a lot more. How can they do this with this time? Absolutely so a couple of resources for you if you go to the Permian counts dot com. We've got economic studies that will show people just the importance of getting an accurate count and honestly ramifications of if we don't what we're GONNA lose out on so those numbers are really compelling and important for us a number two. We list out all the resources in helpful tips on how to fill it out. It's actually very very easy but I know if you've never done it before. New things can be intimidating and so our website will help guide you to resources. That will help walk you through that. Of course you can always visit the. Us Census Bureau and then it will take you directly to the form that you can fill out. It takes higher on average about a minute minute half thought so it's really simple and easy to do in the past once again. I don't know what the numbers are. But what was your turnout like? Did you get a good response from people that did the male inversion versus? Now this new technology sure so nationwide. We had an average of about a two percent undercount. If you went last year which doesn't sound too bad at all right but let me just does some numbers at you. So a two percent undercount. This year would result in a regional loss on the Permian Basin of one point one billion dollars in gross product. That's about one hundred and twelve million dollars a year as well as about thirteen thousand jobs all because we didn't fill out a form that takes a minute and a half to be counted and that's a two percent undercount now we know it's even more challenging because of the state of things and what's going on here and also the Permian Basin is very. It's much more ruling nature as we know and so access to things like the Internet can't be taken for granted here in every place so I feel like we're even more challenging if you get a good count and that's why making it a priority. I'm hoping that we can reduce that. Two percent undercount one percent or let's go one hundred percent would be great but those are numbers just to give you an example of a two percent. Undercount do you feel or are you worried that the state of oil and gas right now will affect that count and affect people because of the worried. Miss that is going on in their daily life from getting them on there. I do think that that's going to provide an extra challenge again. That most of the country's not gonNA face and it right here in the heart of the Permian. We'RE GONNA face it more than anybody. Along those lines are. Rotational Workforce Causes Challenges. That don't exist anywhere else. And I think it's so important for people to understand that if you spend fifty percent of your time here you need to fill out the census here. There's some misinformation or I think some folks think that well my family may live in a different city different part of Texas. Maybe even another state and so that's where I'm GONNA fill up my senses. Well the guidelines say it's where you spent fifty percent of your time and so getting people to understand what they call home for the census. Maybe they're counting something different. So those of our friends out there. That have a lake house in San Graham Berry. Or maybe you're at Lake Travis. But you're here more. Please fill out the census here because you are here. More than fifty percent of the time does he's the right and that's where they want the resources to be dedicated towards him. What I've been telling people is if you don't know if you're on the fence when in doubt fill it out and the US Census Bureau will figure out where where you should be counted most the time but if you have any doubt go ahead and fill it out. That's a good idea and of course we will put the Permian counts website in our show notes for you. Go to after this podcast. If you say hey we need to go to that website and check it out and go fill this out now that that would be great so we will definitely put that in your show notes once again. I'm speaking to. Ceo Tracy Bentley of Permian Strategic Partnership. And we're talking about the importance of filling out the census because this really is such a timely really timely matter that we need everybody to do right now so that we can get an accurate count and as you mentioned. Get that funding. That's right I feel like now more than ever. There's it's never been more important for us to get this count. We already know that because of the Challenging Economic Times that we're going to need more more resources and we may see those via stimulus package going from the federal government but these resources that were talking about via the census are long lasting sustainable permanent. If you will resources aren't gonNA come and go. And so they're going to provide basic stability and honestly services for public safety. Our veterans our seniors healthcare education housing. All of that that we so desperately need. Thank you Tracy. I know that you are deep in the heart of what's going on right now in listening and learning and reading everything that you can. What is the state of oil and gas in what you've been reading in? How are we going to get helped by the federal government? Have you read anything today? That maybe we could give us new information on. I haven't I'm well aware like everybody else that those conversations are happening in Washington. Dc and federal governments reaching out to states to find ways. That can be helpful. What I can tell you is that even in the downturn an this interesting economic time the Permian Basin is still the preferred place for energy production. And there's no doubt we are feeling it and we're going to feel it but long-term the permian will remain productive. And we'RE NOT GONNA see folks pick up and move and leave it baron if you will. I think we're GONNA continue to see production even during this downturn. I know many of our listeners watched the oil prices up and down a Banana. I know I do too. I'm right there with you. Got a little bit of good news. Today it went back up to twenty five and we hope you see more green. Arrow's what advice would you give to those living here in the Permian beyond because we have listeners really tied to oil and gas all over the world to really keep their spirits up about what is happening here because you and I both know that? Permian Basin are resilient. We are Permian strong. We're going to keep on truckin. We're we're not. We're not GONNA give up. So what advice would you give nets in what you just described? Chris as one of the many reasons why I absolutely love living here and I feel like it's been my home for much longer than actually has but what I would tell folks is. Yeah it we're going to feel it and we're going to hurt it but it's GonNa hurt a little bit but we're going to remain for the long haul end so hang in there and know that this industry is going again to continue to produce probably not to the degree that we have in fact we know we're not going to so we're GONNA wait it out and keep producing even at twenty dollars a barrel and oil until conditions improve. And then we'll wrap up again but we're not going to. We're not going to leave right. And that's the thing I mean. We're we're all here. We're going to all stick it out together and I always say this too shall pass and we will be here together to continue to work on those issues that I know the Permian strategic partnership is so strong about and for those of you that maybe didn't listen to our our previous podcast and we talked about the road issues. The roads still need help right. I mean the roads are still we? We are still busy on the roads. We still have potholes on the roads. We still have people that are dealing with some of those same issues. It may seem like it's on a smaller need right now but it's still there. You're exactly right. The premium strategic partnership is comprised of twenty of the largest producing companies in the country. But certainly in the Permian Basin and the fact that they said now more than ever the Permian Basin needs leadership and efforts to continue to work on the things that you just described just because we're in an economic downturn or hard times doesn't mean that we can't we need to still work on things like access to healthcare that's now again probably more important than ever our roads needs to see. Improvement are education all those things and so the premium strategic partnership is not. GonNa Pause on our work. We're going to continue to fund initiatives working with the community and partnership right through this. So we're going to be here. Let's talk about some great initiatives and the great work you've done in the past year because I know there has been so much that Ha- we've really seen a lot of the oil companies just really pouring their heart and soul into this community. Yeah last year was our first full year up and running and we spent over thirty million dollars. On six initiatives and initiatives that we fund are really go to the critical needs to areas that we just spoke about and so we were one of many funders in the idea public charter schools. That are coming to Midland Odessa. Were thrilled about that. We also hear very recently announced a partnership with Texas Tech and hospitals across the base including southeastern Mexico and certainly here in West Texas where we are funding more DR residencies because we know that attracting and retaining new doctors the area is challenging and it is due to the other things. It's all cyclical affordable. Housing is an issue and road safety and all those things so really pouring resources and thought into recruiting and retaining encouraging them to stay has been something. That's been our goal for a while. And so we're thrilled about this partnership and hope that it works so well that we can expand it. Even that was another what we call a success. We also were able to fund teacher housing subsidy to find out because affordable housing is an issue for again attracting and retaining quality teachers and so even bringing rent down by twenty percent in a partnership.

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"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

02:25 min | 4 months ago

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"The Permian Basin is an abundant oil and gas producing area already one of the world's leading oil producing regions the area in West Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year. Twenty twenty three but who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse and what is their story..

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

03:19 min | 8 months ago

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Wagner no well dot com mm for those tickets I know many of you are listening to us from all around the world but also here in the basin and a lot of you are looking for some local oil and gas events going on. And here's one that I found that I thought was really interesting and that you may WanNa take place in or take a part of a Tuesday December. Ten Th at eleven thirty Desa College there is going to be a event called boom a conversation about how the oil and gas sector impacts Texas by the Texas Tribune. It looks like here so just wanted to let you know that the conversation will be moderated did by Ross Ramsey of the Texas Tribune. But they're also have panelist Tracy Bentley the president and CEO of the Permian strategic partnership will be their state. State Representative Brooks Landgraf from Odessa. And Ben Shepard the president of the Permian Basin Petroleum Association will be there they will be talking all things oil and gas and so it's going to be a fantastic conversation of course state that produces more crude and more natural gas than any other This is such a wonderful conversation to have right here in West Texas and so we hope you can join us once again. That is at Odessa. College at the Salisbury Burry Campus Center on Tuesday December tenth. So ooh La going on here in West Texas. I am so thankful that all of you who Taken this time to learn a little bit more about some of the fantastic events. We will be back with an amazing guest next week next Monday so we hope you'll join us for that. In in the meantime I just wanted to tell you all how appreciative I am of you sharing our podcast. Whether you're sharing it with friends or colleagues family members Just just getting it out there. Because has we're we're learning together. We're growing together having great conversations about the Permian and what's happening here from the people that are on the floor running every day in this oil and gas business and in this this wonderful This wonderful economy that we have here we just want to encourage people to Just keep Bon. Keep an on dream big believe in yourself and never give up. Those are my three mottos and we will all get through the ups and downs of the oil and gas business together. That's what is so beautiful about West Texas. Being a a West Texan now for twenty one years I can say it is truly one of the best places to live in the the world and I'm so grateful that I met my husband here and raised my four Kiddos here because it really is a wonderful place where you can live the American dream so we thank you again for this time and of course our show sponsor Baker Hughes we WanNa thank them with the oil and gas global network of course They are just so instrumental in getting our podcast out and we just cannot think both Baker Hughes and Obgyn enough. That's it for now. This concludes our special edition. Russian of Permian perspective the story behind the oil and gas leaders in the Permian Basin. We hope that you have a fantastic week and month as you close out. Twenty nineteen and many blessings and prosperity to you in twenty twenty. Thanks again for joining us. You may get a great day..

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"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Plans. We have a great big studio that were just chopping at the bit to get it built and gets all the equipment in, because we want to do things like town hall meetings. I wanna have roundtable discussions. I wanna bring in, you know, the Permian strategic partnership, I wanna do an oil and gas show every week, highlighting highlighting what the only gas industry does for our community, but that, but for peop-. People what it does for people. So we have a lot of plans to highlight oiling gas. We want to be a partner with the industry, and I feel like you are. But when I when I think, of base and PBS I think, really it, it like you said, sixty percent funded by oil and gas company really feel like it is a partnership. Yes unity. Let's talk a little bit about maybe the, the vision that you see for the community partnership because I know you said, you want, do some oil and gas connections out the community come together and help basin PBS. Well, we've got a matching grant from the city. They've city council from some old Tur's money gave us a Turner twenty five thousand dollar grant for quick -ment. But we have to match it. So in order to match it, we need to raise two hundred fifty thousand we're on our way. And once we get that matched. We have all the money, we need to build out the studio and that'll be. That'd be done quickly once the money's in place, and with that we'll be able to immediately talked to the movers of shakers in the oil industry. And as you know, most of the movers and shakers in the world or right here in Midland, Texas, and Yasa, so were excited to bring that to on air, and I mean, I have big visions of even possibly getting syndicated to other places other PBS stations. But we want we want to do that we want to highlight. What is important to this area? You know, on a nationwide scale people don't always see the benefits of what we bring. And you know what would I just read were the now, the number one oil producer in the world and in the world world tags that Sinn chronicle, it really? I mean how blessed are we? But how much you know, we can do with that. Knowledge, you know, vice president Pence came last week, and, you know, here at base and PBS. We were just excited to give on the world stage and to continue growing the base. And what I sp- really love about the oil industry here is how much they care about education, and how much they care about health care how much they care about infrastructure and without to me, that's their vision, and without that we would be sunk Zo. I'm just really I'm proud to be a part of west Texas while we're proud that you are back here in your hometown of west Texas in these great things for base, and PBS. What do you think is the biggest misconception people don't know about PBS? Well, you know, we're gonna very conservative market. So a lot of people, I think would take were a little too liberal. A lot of people think that we don't have, you know, great programming. And that simply. Because people don't know who we are. One of my I started in November with the station. And my biggest challenge right now is how to Brandis, right? How do we brand ourselves? And how do I get more viewers? And I do that by helping them realize that, that were feeding their spirits and were educating their children. One of the things we're really passionate about his pre-k readiness forty seven percent of peop- of kids and Midland county are not ready for pre K. So we're passionate about fixing that or at least working on it. So we're coming up with some great pre education plans and party with some all companies to do that to provide things to newborn fam- when they ring their newborn home from Las spittle provide resources where, you know, kids are read to where, you know, screen times of big issue as well. Yes. Yes. So get get more book time, not screen. Yeah. More book time or play time we've had seven hundred fifty kids come into this building since January we had one event where they built hungry caterpillars, and we had three hundred fifty kids, and then we did a two tea-party with another three hundred kids and we had the middle and festival ballet, come in and do a demo. We built made TR as it was wonderful to see dad's in their TRS. Oh, and on you not so were passionate about helping kids and everything. We do is free everything we do is free. And as a parent, you know, that, you know, you and I both have, you know, parented in struggling times, where money isn't there? And those are opportunities to it. Have fun moment with your kid, it is free. And they're getting a wonderful education at the same time. And that's what I really think. And I think you've done a great job with this, Laura, since you've been on since. In November, because before you were here. I don't recall based on PBS doing as much education with the children as you are now. And so, I think that is fantastic. And I know that, that's part of your vision, and I and I definitely believe it's coming to fruition because, as a community member stepping back and watching, I think this is so cool, like, what's happening basin? PBS tonight. Oh, look. They're doing this tomorrow for first responders, and that is what it's all about the community comes together. And I think someone that's listening to say on the other side of the world if they can take one thing away from, here's the oil and gas community comes together for children and for families for families. Like I've never seen before either we did you know this week. We did first responder dinners in buckman Odessa, and it was just a wonderful experience to thank our firemen our policemen. And we've been had nine one one there. We're going to be doing a little PSA for nine one one because they don't get any. Red, and we want them to, but what's great is the all company support us and man, if we need help. And it's it's something that is within their vision. They're the first ones to step up because they care. And, you know, a lot of people don't see that because they don't live here, but it's just a great infrastructure of people, and, you know, we've got a lot of people moving in. Yes. And we've got to make sure that we provide the right at Chikatilo opportunities,

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"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Is getting enough skilled workers. There's a a consortium. That's chevrons a founding member of the Permian strategic partnership, all the things that they're working on with communities. You know, are all the bottlenecks that really impact our ability to get skilled workers into our offices and into the field. You know, affordable housing quality schools, for their children, accessible, medical care, and assurance that their families, and they are going to be safe on the roads. It's all tied together. And I'm glad you mentioned that because someone that hasn't been to west Texas. They may be don't realize that, that is a struggle that we all deal with here. The traffic we kind of joked because we don't have California traffic or big city traffic. But it's more the safety. On the roads and really fitting all of these newcomers into the area, you know, onto one road at one time and keeping everybody safe. Absolutely. And that's what we've seen. We've seen just so many more cars on the road and housing, you mentioned housing who you can talk to a realtor, and they, they give you an earful. But that's what's so wonderful about companies like yourself, Chevron joining the strategic partnership is you all are trying to do something to improve that. And I love that, that you're part of that. We are very proud of that as well. And we were really looking forward to great things out of that in really in concert, you know, being able to be a seed accelerator a catalyst for working with our communities and, and making this work for everybody. Right. Let's talk a little bit about a hot topic and how important it is for oil and gas companies to support the community in the basin. You're doing that with Chevron with this strategic partnership at how can how can residents not only here, but across the globe. How? Can they do that as well? We'll supporting the community for my company is baked into our DNA another thing that we passed on the way just the fifty feet that we walked was the three categories of where we'd like to make social investment, you know, economic development, health and education. You know, it's the heart of the way we work is, is working within our communities again. You know, fundamental tenets of that Chevron way that I spoke about our vision is to be the global energy company, most admired for its people partnership, and performance partnership with our communities is incredibly important anywhere, we work just about the world for a few years, I was fortunate enough to be stationed in Warsaw Poland with my wife and youngest son. Just like we are here. We were just getting started as a company exploring for natural gas in rural southeastern Poland and some activists had got there. First and whip the public into a bit of a frenzy about this big battle American. Oh company coming into take their resources and spoil their standard of living. I just read James Michener's historical novel on Poland titled Poland, and he had spoken about this town called Zam OSH, which nearly a thousand years had fought off invaders the Turks, Mongols the Swedes, the Prussians and wouldn't you know it. My first townhall experience was in that very town, the walled city of Zelmati. We wanted to drill a well they're an easy. Amazing how the world works. It is amazing. So I could come to tell these folks through an interpreter translator remarkable. I came to tell them how we were going to do that. How we're going to drill a well you know, we were basically to them. We were one more invader. Right. And that first meeting didn't go so well. I, I learned a lot that first big with them, but over time and with tried and true ways of working with people, you know, including listening addressing their concerns taking them to see our perations in neighboring communities pledging, and then coming through with jobs, keeping the Operation Safe and clean. We were able to win those people over, and the people of the Permian basin. Towns like Midland Odessa Carlsbad, they may not see us as invaders, but they expect and deserve incredible respect from our industry, and, and they really give us the licensed operate there. We need to treat them. Right. And why wouldn't we, we live in these communities to right? Tell me the town name again, Zama sham. I am noodling Zam soon as we're done with this podcast. What a great story, thanks for sharing that now I know you've spent many years with Chevron, and I want to know the one thing that you have learned the most through this experience, that you will take with you. The rest of your life. Sure. Humility, you know, there's, there are always going to be people who know, more than you and have seen more than you, and you need to humbly accept. You can learn from anyone when I started in this industry as I mentioned, it was roused about on a drilling rig as part of that training program hot sweaty nineteen Eighty-four Louisiana by you. I had never worked so hard in my life. I got done with that phase of my training. I wasn't really sure what I learned but I look back now and I realized that I learned both humility, I, you know, I didn't know anything coming out of school about drilling or laboring, certainly didn't know how to swing a sixteen pound sledgehammer, but I got kinda get at that. Maybe not that good at and also in addition to humility empathy. You know, the ability for me in a much later years to put myself in those hardworking, folks shoes pretty important life lessons. A thirty years on thirty five years on experts calling that humil- that combination of humility empathy a fancy name. Emotional intelligence and it gets a lot of airplay now here he I'll. Yes. But it's so true. And it's relationships, I think, and that's what I've learned just listening to you talk today about what you not only you as a business leader, but Chevron general, it's all about the relationship with your team with, with the community with your customers. What would you say to someone that is maybe just now starting a business in west Texas because, as you know, a lot of people when when oil is high, everyone is coming to west Texas, and there starting these new businesses in it's exciting. There's like I said that buzz here in the basin. What advice would you give to someone that is starting out in this business? Give it vice in terms of like a of a tool, and then maybe kind of a philosophy, you know, everybody's got their smartphones and their technology and all that is extremely important. But I think the most may sound quaint, but the most important tool, maybe underutilized is simple, concise, communication, and we, we do it in all kinds

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"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Them with the same goal vision. It is we like to say at the PS p that they bring all of their talents to Arteta and all work together, and these are fierce competitors, but when it comes to the Permian strategic partnership, bringing all of their best talent. So the table antastic lie can't wait to see what you do with the partnership in how it grows and changes our community, because we do love living here, and I just can't wait to see how this partnership will blossom and help our community grow, even more. What would you say to someone that is? Maybe on the outside in, you know, going. Well, how can I get involved? How can I help? I want to jump in and help these companies as well absolately, so helping people across the country, understand that the responsible development of oil and natural gas in everybody's best interest. Number one is a huge economic driver. Not only for the state of Texas, but for the entire country, at least two, energy independence. So we don't have to rely on foreign oil when it comes to our what the helps with a lot of things and third of all this industry. I cannot think of a more innovative industry than the oil and natural gas industry. We spend billions of dollars a year innovating to make sure that we are being efficient, and that we are being environmentally responsible. And so when you combine all of those things supporting those efforts, no matter what state, you live in, and certainly at the federal level, I think, is going to help the efforts of the Permian so that we can continue to produce the energy that the nation needs fantastic. Well, I think you just some of the. You've said today, I think it makes all of us think about just how important energy is in, in our day to day lives, not just here, but, but everywhere, and it really is a is something that we could focus on worldwide, not just here in the Permian basin. What would you say to other communities? Maybe to inspire them to do something similar to what you're doing. Sure, I would say it really needs to be driven by the local communities. It doesn't make sense. And I've never seen a model where it's been sustainable, where you have somebody come in and tell community how it's going to be done. It really needs to start at the local level. It needs to be partnerships. That needs to be many partnerships, who really from the ground level surface. What can be done? What's practical, the other thing that I would say is think big, I think sometimes across the country, I've seen it in rural America, and certainly it was Joan Colorado. We tend to think little projects, let's piece off. But really one of the things that makes the PSP so amazing as we are thinking big and outside of the box, probably the than it's ever been done before. Let's be creative, and there's more than one way to skin this cat. And so let's look investing at all of them. I love that. That's my motto dream big dream big and believe in yourself. You have to do this think let's talk about you. As a businesswoman, you bring so many. Wonderful tools to this organization. Cute on me. What your favorite business tool is that you've used over the years? It has helped you succeed shore. I think I kind of just touched on it, but I, I don't take no for an answer. And I've been told no probably more than I've been told. Yes in my life. And I just refused to believe that, that no is the final answer. And so pushing boundaries and saying, but what, but what if we did that and I'm not gonna settle for practices and thoughts that have been just because they have been doesn't mean they should be anymore. So pushing those boundaries and getting people to think outside the box is something that I really, really love along, those lines, one of the things that I took a lot of pride in Colorado, and that something I hope to champion here in the Permian is workforce diversity. So seeing more women in the cease tweet offices, I think, would be amazing diversifying our workforce, I think is critical. We have a ten year window to do that, as we see more folks starting to retire within our industry. And so. Acting and retaining diversity. I think is absolutely key to our success. Absolutely. I love that. And how, how do you plan on doing that, and supporting diversity and inclusion within the Permian strategic partnership shirt, so I think it starts with education, letting people know about the vast opportunities in the oil and gas industry. I think is huge. If you talk to people, and just say, hey, of you ever considered looking at the oil and gas industry, most women, a lot of minorities would say. No. And when you ask them why they say will because I don't really want to work on a rig, or I don't wanna work out in the weather. That is their idea of what it is to work in the oil and gas industry. And you and I know it is so much more than that. Our industry needs accountants and HR professionals and engineers, and chemists and management. I mean all of the above and so- letting them know about the opportunities. I found has been absolutely key. The other thing I would say in industries, getting really, really good at this is making sure or accommodating, the needs of that workforce, so making sure that there's flex. Ability when it comes to spending time with their families being full time mom and being a career woman as you and I know they go hand in hand and many, many of us, do it, very successfully, so making sure that there's those opportunities and that leeway, I think, is absolutely critical. I love that. You mentioned that, how do you find the balance because I know your mom just like me, how do you find the balance between the work and home life? The sure I found that when I'm at work, I'm at work, and I try to squeeze everything I can out of every hour that I'm there and sometimes that can be done. And sometimes work does carry over into family time in the evening, but working really hard to minimize that I found to be really key knee other part of it is, is making sure that when it comes to making your kids ballgame or something that's really, really important blocking that time off and making sure you do it. And then if you have to go back and finish work. I think those things have been really key to my success in keeping my

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"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Um. The Permian basin is an abundant oil and gas producing area, already one of the world's leading oil producing regions, the area in west Texas and southeastern New Mexico could nearly double crude oil production by the year, twenty twenty three but who are the leaders behind this economic powerhouse? And what is their story? This is Permian perspective. I'm your host Krista as skinny. Sponsored by Baker Hughes. A GE company, inventing smarter ways to bring energy to the world. Hello, everyone. Welcome to this week's episode. I am sitting here in Midland, Texas with Tracy Bentley the CEO of Permian, strategic partnership Tracy, thank you so much for joining us today. Krista, I'm happy to be here. Thank you. How are you doing? I'm doing very well, three weeks in Midland and were loving it so far. What a great community pan task and congratulations on the job before we get into our interview. I have to ask our listeners. We are a new podcast Permian perspective. I would love for all of you to leave a review on, I tunes, once you finish listening to Tracy. And I, I know it's going to be a wonderful interview. I can't wait to get into it. But I really love for you to share some kind words about us. Give us a big review. We would love it and then we'll talk about it in future podcasts. So all right. We've got that done. Let's talk about Tracy Tracy. You're new to Midland you mentioned. What brought you to Midland Texas shore? The permian. Strategic partnership, brought me Midland, Texas. It's the first of its kind anywhere in the country, perhaps, even in the world and the opportunity to participate in something, so unique and so amazing brought me to Texas. So tell us a little bit about your background. How you got started in oil and gas. I know that you've been in the business awhile, so tell us what brought you to it. Sure. So I'm born and raised in Colorado and over my career, I've always been heavy onto things and that's agriculture and energy. And so, my family, my dad's side of the family were farmers and ranchers, and energy was always one of our main light items when it came to paying the bills. And so it was always top of our minds. How important energy was to our families while being, I went to college this work in Washington DC, where energy was part of my portfolio came home started my own consulting business where I had some oil and gas clients. And then governor Hickenlooper at the time recruited me to come work and run his energy office in senior adviser on energy. And so I fell in love with the oil and gas base and the American. Petroleum Institute decided to open up a Colorado office in twenty fifteen. And they asked me to headed up the tastic, and then you were in charge of a big board in Colorado tells a little bit about your experience there. Sure, will Colorado is certainly it's in the top five producing oil and gas states. And so it's also kind of a bellwether state when it comes to politics. And so I've seen Colorado evolve over the years where oil and gas is always been a staple of our state and our state's economy, but with more and more people moving into Colorado and it growing at a rapid growth and people, not understanding the history of energy production as being part of the state's heritage there became some inherent conflict, and so recognizing this, and really trying to educate, folks as they came into the state to very, very challenging, and you're taking that knowledge that you've learned over the years. And we're so happy to have you apply at here in this partnership. Let's talk a little bit about it and the vision because I know there are some major corporations that are behind this. And I'm just excited as midlander of Twenty-one years. I'm so excited about what you're doing in your vision for it. Thank you. Everybody who lives in the Permian basin should be very excited about what we're doing. Our mission is to work in partnership with leaders across the regions communities to address current and future challenges to the responsible development of the vast oil and natural gas resources of the Permian, and we have five key, focus areas, and that is public education healthcare housing roads and workforce development. This is like I said before it's the first of its kind anywhere in the country. And so I'm really excited to be part of this, and we mentioned there, some big names that are behind it. I know Tim Leach recently talked about it at a state of oil and gas presentation. And he was just saying the, you know, some of the, the leaders that are behind this. Why do you think it's important for them to join a coalition like this? Sure. Well luckily, the top producers of the Permian basin came together and said, you know, we basically stole important. Not only to Texas, but to the entire country when it comes to energy independence. And so if we don't help maintain the source of our economic driver. Everybody could fill the downfalls of that. And so many of them, live and work in a raise their families here. And so they understand that they want their employees to have the best health care, the best education, the best roads. And so personally investing time and resources that they have into this, I think is going to be absolutely critical to the success of the PS PSP. Absolutely. Now, what do you think it is that makes the Permian so great? I mean I know I could go on and on, because I've been here while, so I know of would as a newcomer coming in. I would love to hear your take. Why do you think? It's so great. Absolutely. Well, first of all, the basin has become the world's most strategically important energy producing region in the country. There's no other place that can boast that second of all being here for three weeks. It has been very clear to me the people here are very, very special. They're very community minded. They're very warm, and welcoming when they also understood. Band that, it's, it's gonna take everybody's hands on deck to make the improvements that needs to be made when it comes to these top areas that I've said and everybody that I've met so far, as willing to roll up their sleeves and get it done. So the sense of community and let's go get it done has been overwhelming. That is a great way to sum up west Texans, go get it done then that we do. Let's talk a little bit about what your vision is for the next twelve months. Where do you see PSP making that impact? Sure. So our emphasis, and we're called the Permian strategic partnership for a reason our emphasis over the next twelve months is to go out and build those partnerships with the communities that we do business in all across the basin because the PS P is not in the business of building roads or building houses, or these things, but we are in the business of partnering with communities, who know how to do those things, and with other industries who, that's what they do for a living. So the next twelve months is going to be building in some cases, strengthening partnerships to really surface. Those projects who are going to make major impacts in community. Cross the base and really improve everybody's life here. I know that some of the challenges that we face here in west Texas. You mentioned them roads and medical, we, we have wonderful doctors here. We just need more of them in remember, Tim, saying, we need maybe three hundred more doctors over the next ten twelve years, what are you going to do as a partnership to encourage that growth in the medical community shore? So as we speak, we're working with the hospitals in the basin with the doctors both within Midland Odessa, and Carlsbad. But then in the more rural communities because the the needs are different as we know, when it comes to where you have the majority of the people vs communities where there's only a few hundred people, but it's equally as important. And so working, whether it's telemedicine or working to bring on how do we get more access quicker? Or do we need new facilities? All of that is on the table right now. And there's some very very thoughtful discussion being had. What do you think the biggest? Challenges are with growth right now oils over sixty dollars a barrel. That possess mile in. Everyone's face, of course, then we see growth, every time oil prices go up. What do you think is the biggest challenge being able to keep up with that growth? I think is hands down the base in summer one challenge. So a lot of people want to come live in this community, not just only for the job potential, as we've discussed, but for the feeling that I've experienced coming to Midland. But if we don't have anywhere affordable for them to live, and they don't have access to medical care like you just described for their families, or they don't have the education opportunities that they want for their families that we're not going to be able to attract and retain those workers. So this is a major part of what the PSP is set out to do is make those more create those opportunities for people who want to live here, trace Enda, there some amazing big organizations that are involved with the permit strategic partnership who are some of these big companies. Sure. We have twenty of the basins leading oil and gas operators. And they are Anadarko Apache, BP PX energy Chevron simmer. X conscio-, Conaco Phillips, Devon diamondback, Encana endeavor. E o g x t o Halliburton Oxy parsley pioneer plains, all American shumur, Jay and shell. These are big companies very big companies, how exciting to have all of them

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"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"permian strategic partnership" Discussed on KTRH

"The group called the Permian strategic partnership includes companies like, Chevron, Exxon, Mobil, and Dutch Shell who are. Hoping to extract billions worth of oil from the region in the coming years. They say they want to now work with local governments to find where best to spend all that extra money. Nick ranking bitch NewsRadio seven forty KTAR. H apple says, it's slashed millions of production orders for all three of the iphone models. It unveiled in September. That brand new iphone? You wanted for Christmas may be harder to get this year. Millions of production orders have been reduced after iphone demand was lower than expected. Apple's decision to offer more models made it harder to predict the number of handsets. The company needs the iphone X. Our model is reported to have been particularly problematic with up to a third of the approximately seventy million units in it asked some suppliers to produce being canceled. That's NBC's Mike Bauer and analysts say apple is at least in part response for stocks taking on Wall Street today. Katie rates news time two oh four. Here's a feel good story for Christmas derby, Vermont isn't near the North Pole. Bowl. It's just a few miles from the Canadian border. But apparently Santa Claus was able to get there. That's what WalMart shoppers like Julie gates discovered when they found out a mystery man walked into the store and paid for all of the items on layaway who can afford to just pay for everyone's layaway, and he said Santa Claus cat. He declined to give his name. But WalMart officials confirmed the story they say it happened earlier this month, they wouldn't say how much that mystery man paid. But he's the latest in a group of what are known as layaway angels people who pay for items on layaway get goose bumps thinking that that is the true magic of Christmas Tammy to salt L says finances had been tight since her husband broke his foot and after learning their items were paid for by really.

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