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"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

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

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

06:44 min | 6 months ago

"sponsoring permian perspective" 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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"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

10:01 min | 6 months ago

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Society? Or we have round up the cattle baron's ball on facebook contact me. I mean there's endless opportunities there but yeah you can contact me on facebook or give me a call for three to six six four two zero two four and I get your sponsorship form and we're still looking for underwriter so I mean there's plenty opportunity get involved until we'll sharing that. I know that that's important to him so I thought what better community for this week. Show the nine. You know a lot of our stuff stays local and it goes to research and so we really like to push out and let everybody know that. Your money's not going national you know I mean there are research opportunities that we will put some of the money into but a lot of it's as local in the hope lodge in Lubbock and you know car rides to appointments and stuff like that and that's needed here and the whigs and all of that good stuff so we are local as well fantastic. Chelsea. I know you've lived here your whole life. What do you think makes the Permian Basin so great? I think it's gotten huge. You know better than when you were young. The small town feel like the football. You know everybody knowing each other. Everybody being involved in events in nonprofit stuff I think that in I mean with the shooting instead of every how everybody came together. That right there just shows you how good of a community we live in. I think that sometimes we forget it because all the traffic and all the craziness that the oilfield has brought but when it really comes down to serious events we come together and we say strong you know so. I think that's what's great about Melinda absolutely. What about favorite Booker podcast? You have a book that I love. Melissa Radke okay. She's just like my type of person like the sarcasm in the way you know how love her so probably her okay. I'm have to listen to her. Yes I listen. Every morning her and her husband on facebook they do alive. And they're just hilarious. Okay fantastic. What about a quote favorite quote that you live by? I don't know I kinda like innocence. Fake it till you make it but not so much fake it you know you just have to push through hard times and no matter. What just see your goal sier dream and push through and dilemma. Nobody bring you down. You know that's one of my favorites I say don't let anyone steal your joy. Yeah anyone I don't get mad because it's so easy to do and you could. I mean going on facebook and just looking at people's pictures can bring you down and it's just like that's not real rhino. You know what you're doing. You know what dream you hob. And what goals and just keep moving forward. It's right and if it's God's plan it'll happen and everything happens for a reason. I truly believe that you were talking. My where does how I believe? One Hundred L. I you know I hated things that didn't happen for me and I'm just like this God's plan and this is what's supposed to be in. I live by that so of great opportunities. Don't open them like there's a great one coming that's right. What about the most important lesson you've learned in life? Kinda just to be true to yourself. Don't let other people make decisions for you in a sense. Don't let them innocence. Bull you or make you change your decision because you don't think it's right you know. Stay true to yourself. What about your parents? I know there are strong influence on. Yeah you learned anything from them that you think. That was the best advice they ever gave me. Yeah it's like I said earlier. Like don't burn bridges and just really like stay true to yourself in be who you are because you know. I've never seen my dad. He's not like he has great friends but he's never an like click and he's never done things that you know people want him to do. He does what he thinks is right and for my mom as well and so. I think that's what they've religious truly taught me if whatever you feel you need to do pray about it. Whatever comes to you. That's what you need to stick with Indu. Don't let anybody influence you right so I think that is probably one of the greatest lessons and be close to your family. I think family is number one and he no one loves you more than your family and I mean I'm very close to mine and so I think that it's very important to be close to your family though true so for those of you who are not here from the base and may be explained who your parents are just. So they'll know who your your dad's company was okay so my dad's running crossland and my mom's norm across Lynn and he owned production specialty for about twenty twenty five years and grew up in Andrews. Oh well they grew McCain their high school sweetheart. Oh Yeah we just celebrated thirty six January. Yeah so and then I was born in Andrews and that's where my dad started his first store. He grew to twenty two stores after that and sold once bought it back sold again. And Yeah. It's been a ride. But and then I have a brother and he has four boys which is crazy town over there and then my sister-in-law Marcy she owns AMC aesthetics. So yeah we're all Kinda here actually. My parents just moved to Bernie but they're back and forth there. They're still here. Your Whole Family. The rocks that is us. Thanks for sure that we are those who maybe don't know that because we have listeners now all over the world which is just fantastic and that love to hear what's happening here in the Permian Basin. Sometimes us that live here. We forget that we are such a big energy provider for the world and so it's exciting to hear the stories of the people that really built businesses. Yeah it's crazy. I mean I mean like I said my dad sold out and then they started edge manufacturing and then crossfire and then we sold out there too. So it's just we've kind of tried to build up companies and then you know sell them. Yeah what have you learned the most from the ups and downs of the oil and gas industry. I think in that comes back to how you treat your customers. It's treat them like you're gonNA treat them in a bust because they realize that and they see that and if you don't treat them good in a boom because other people are more important r giving you more money than they're going to remember that in a bust and I mean you won't get their business and that goes for contractors or you know anybody you always should treat your customers with respect and I think that that will get you business in the long run. Buster boom 'cause I mean you really remember how you were treated and who had a little power trip you know? 'cause that's big out here get some power you think you can talk to people a certain way and so. I think that people remember that right absolutely good advice. If you had a piece of advice to give to someone who is maybe you know on a similar journey as you are and is maybe trying to get into the oil and gas industry. What advice would you give to them? I think you should study the company that you're going in with really. Just sit on on meetings. You don't need to be in you know stuff. That doesn't really pertain to you. But you can find out the INS and out of your company you need to know every little aspect you know because like mine. There's so many parts so I'm literally telling Barks Hearts. Yes there's so many parts to it and I'm constantly learning and I I mean even Brad. He's constantly learning and he's been in it for twenty five years you know and so just learn and study study study and then get to know your customers and if there's daughters has a birthday wish them a happy birthday or birthday or you know they're having family stuff. Hey just thinking about unions like you have a personal relationship with them to an extent you know but take some bundt cakes or something sweet. Nothing Bundt cakes about them on the holidays. You know and just really get to know them and make them feel like they're important to you and that's what's important right good advice. Yeah what are you looking forward to the most right now? I'm looking forward to acs for that round up. But I'm looking forward for. We're growing right now with pro flow and I'm so excited and I'm trying to slowly do it but I'm really excited to see where we're going to go and what we can do out here and also what we can do with the fruit program with rope youth. I think that youth coalitions GONNA do wonders and I'm excited to be involved in that in see where we can go with the youth so fantastic. How can people get a hold of you or your company on Social Media Online okay? So pro flow is on facebook and Lincoln. And then y'all like I said you can call me four three two six six four two zero two four and just I mean I'll pick it up anytime of the day. My email address is C. Crossland so C. C. R. O. S. S. LAND AT PRO flow P. R. O. F. L. MEASUREMENT DOT COM and tastic. And One more question when you're coming into today. Was there anything that maybe we haven't talked about yet? That you're like Oh. I hope that heard listeners. Get to know about me or my companies now. I think that it was really. I wanted to talk about pro flow and and then like American Cancer Society and stuff so now we got it all. We got an awesome fudge. I'm excited we. We were just visiting if you're just joining us and hopefully you've been listening the whole time but if you are just joining us just wanted to remind you. We were visiting the Chelsea Ray crossland account manager for pro flow measurement but she is also so philanthropic in our community and born as West Texas. It's just been such a joy and pleasure to hear your story so thank you. Thanks for having really appreciate you. Yeah well that's GonNa do it for today's episode. That's right. We already announced our community. Mvp So once again the American Cancer Society was today's community MVP. And of course a very special. Thank you to Baker Hughes for Sponsoring Permian perspective. We really appreciate Baker Hughes in their support and of course we thank all of you for listening and sharing this time with us..

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"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

06:24 min | 7 months ago

"sponsoring permian perspective" 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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"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

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

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

09:07 min | 7 months ago

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Like premium perspective. It's a book or periodical. No for sure remain of you can go on the Internet. is He different stories. That contradict each other right. And so it's it's you have to kind of get get yourself yourself through all the different formation but for us talking about coming out here the fact is you really get the real story when you talk to customers right. So that's that's the real perspective of everybody on the ground. What their needs are what they deal with? Everyday their challenges you know and get a feel for where it's going. It's moving for me as a technical person in my company Anthony. I think that there's a range of magazines that I read. I mean I think that there's probably forty or fifty of them sitting on my desk right now. But Journal Petroleum Technology -nology oilfield technology or to the big ones. I Read Chemical Engineering magazine. I read American. Water Works Association Journal and a also ended up spending a lot of time. Online looking at stuff like salination magazine to see where they technologies are headed. I had a feeling you read a lot what it was like. You have big words that I really need to ask you off the podcast. What that meant that? The I think that's fantastic because we should always be learning and growing in our industry and and and just trying to be the best that we can be. Let's talk a little bit about water. Standard how I know that I'm on your website and it says we maximize your oil recovery. Yeah no that's important to you. Do you have any final words on. Maybe something that we haven't talked about that you think is important that our listeners know about how you do maximize that oil recovery coverage because at the end of the day. That's what that's what your customers are looking for. Go ahead. You are kind of our enhanced oil recovery expert there and I can add to on requirements out or whatever we need so to take this. Yeah so so. We've looked at a couple of things. And one of them is treating produced water in order to be able to reduce costs. During hydraulic fracturing. By looking at what biocides are costing and how that balance of treatment is for us we start talking about maximizing while recovery though it always points back to do an enhanced oil recovery projects water flooding or chemically enhanced oil recovery projects and in both of those applications nations as seems like there's a level of how much treatment you need to provide. There's there's base minimum which is ally in comparison to other things they use. He's water for an oil and gas. But but then when you get into that we have technologies that we've developed or treatment processes set or special around the desalination Asian part of the process and really leaving the right types of salt in the water. So that you can get better separation on the back end of chemical flood. I think that that's one of the places is where we really special when when we look at it you know bringing new technologies to market looking at you know multi pass Nanno filtration and reverse osmosis assist process as reindeer raters. I think those are a lot of the stuff that the rest of the industry isn't necessarily looking out and I think that that's something that we're really special at her really focused on because of the way that monarch water standard work together. We've really got people that are good at the whole oil solution. But AH beyond that we really have people that are good at membranes. And I guess if I was GonNa say anything I think that's. That's the biggest thing that we're bringing to maximizing oil recovery awesome. You know what's the most important lesson you've learned in this oil and gas business. Screw question if think about that for just to say. But I'll say I'll I'll have to kind. WanNa keep this with water treatment right and and it's GonNa go is going to support what I said earlier on it. The biggest lesson I've learned and again this is a challenge. I think we've had some issues. She's with this and all the gas industry is that we should be able to do this that we should be able to produce oil and do it. Environmentally friendly the technologies are there like Buddy said the technologies are out there to do whatever we need to do a comes down to the perception of water as a way. String this something you throw away and it's a cost center meaningless. Let's just make it as cheap as possible verses waters important right and so you have to have that mindset and we need the industry look at this as we need to do something. Sustainable going forward right. So the the biggest learned is that we can do that. It's there it's been proven you know. There's testing being done their applications locations going on right now. Where we're doing? We're doing things like this but as an industry and it's tough I get it you know and again the industry's been been been there for one hundred years right and he'd been doing doing doing things at certain way but the big learned is that we can do this and we can do it. Cost effectively to we just need the mindset of people to do that wonderful but did you have anything on adamant and just the biggest lesson you've learned since being in oil and gas. I've learned a few lessons that are really large and transitioning from being one of the younger people in the room. I'm to be an in the middle and maybe now one of the older not necessarily like Patti but as as I make that transition I remember what it was like to to be young and to have these new ideas and to fill pushback from people that were used to doing things a certain way or seeing things a certain way. Thing thing for me as I've transitioned that being willing to listen to especially the young people that we bring into our team because they have amazing stuff to contribute when you look at the education that kids are getting in college or you know young people. I guess they're no longer kids but they're able to do advanced programming. These kids come out of college able to program a computer to look Intel black hole and when you start looking at how that applies to oil and gas the world world. Those geyser as you're seeing on the one that they're trying to make very different than the one that we were used to doing and I know you know. There's been a lot of progress since I started so we. We have moved away from some of the older ways of doing stuff. But just you know trying to be open to those things people who were very smarter capable of doing and you know they're very different than the ways ways that we've approached it and I think I'm excited about that but I think that's also one of the biggest things that I've had to work on and learn is to listen so and I'm with you anybody under younger than me. I think they're still a kid. But then I think these kids are really smart and you. Don't listen to these kids. Know always be super smart. They do have. We're running out of time. But I just I always like to ask everyone's favorite quote because I think it just brings insight to the leaders in our industry. Do you have a favorite quote that you will live live by or that has helped you get through life on a day to day. That's a good question. And there are several quotes. I'm as one the other day. I'll just share it. Okay because honestly just made me you think of a lot of different things but it just puts things in perspective but the quote was piece does not come through understanding peace comes through acceptance and I think we fight a lot at a time trying to understand everything out there such as. Why doesn't the Industry WanNa be environmentally-friendly sometimes right but it's moving there right right and so in any way it it just Kinda came up the other day and I was like a really really good quote? That is a good one. I love it very good. Then he got any. I'm having a really hard time remembering the whole quote. That's okay we'll take it apart. I'll take a partial quote and I just love quotes so it's basically about taking the next step in your life and it's Tiptoe if you must he no but take the step and I know it's it's part of a bigger bigger quote but anyway that's the one that is always there with me as you've got to keep keep doing stuff you've got to keep moving and agreed. I love that love that all right. We're we're running out of time as I mentioned to you off the podcast at the end I always say hey. Is there anything coming into this that you thought. Oh I hope the listeners. Learn about me or about our company or about what we do anything you just want to add at the end to let everyone know about no not not right off hand I mean you listen to buy those guys talk too much. It's been great formative. y'All job so not right off hand. I can't think of anything I heard that means. We covered it. I think so quite a bit I was awesome. Thank you very much. Thank you for sharing your time. I appreciate you. We WanNa let everyone know how they can reach out to you either on social media. Yeah or your website so if you want go ahead and throw out all your social media feel free where yet. Yeah I mean. We're we're on linked in obviously water standard dot Com Amina any questions really. If there's any any question about water tree in general right that we entertain we. That's what we want the way we look at it is not. We want to put a product in front. WE WE WANNA conversation right and so reach out to us on the web site linked in or facebook or anything right collison have a conversation. We'd be happy to have that fantastic. Well Gentlemen thank you so much for sharing your time. You're very knowledgeable. Very good at what you do. Tell that just by spending this time with you today sharing that with our listeners. Today thank you so much. Thank thank you well. This concludes this episode of Permian Perspective. Thank you so much for joining us. Of course a very special. Thank you to Baker Hughes Sponsoring Permian Perspective as you know. Baker Hughes News recently launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes brands are doing amazing things here in the basin and we just want to thank.

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04:13 min | 8 months ago

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"Certainly certainly go onto our company's websites so we have Tucker Services Dot Com and then our parent company we have many different segments in units again. Different Service Lines so our parent company for all of those businesses line star. So you can go on that website as well and with as many office locations we have if you ever see Tucker signed as pull in the welcome you like family so love that. We'll thank you so much. I feel like I've learned so much about you Dave Tucker today and I'm just so so proud to know you because you are a Rockstar in this industry so glad to finally meet you too. I'm so glad this worked out. It was all all all supposed to happen today. And I'm just thankful that you shared your stories so thank you so much appreciate she ate you. It's time now to announce today's community. Mvp we would like to recognize endeavors dedicated energy services. Division which provides trucking roused about out. Well Service wireline and vehicle maintenance services through a special partnership with Midland College. Six members of endeavors energy services team serve on technical advisory Serie Committees to help students successfully prepare for vibrant career in the Permian Basin energy industry so way to go endeavor for pouring into the youth in our wonderful community aid also a special thanks to Baker Hughes for Sponsoring Permian perspective. We are so appreciative. Love the Baker Hughes team. They're awesome and doing wonderful things here in West Texas Texas so big thank you to them and of course all of you listening at home or in your car or at work maybe taking a little break from work. I really appreciate that. Of course we have once again appreciate all those reviews you been leaving four also on I tunes and that concludes this episode of Permian Perspective. The story behind the oil and gas leaders in the Permian Basin Jason. So just remember my favorite Matas dream big and believe in yourself and never give up you make it a great day. Hey everybody Alex here. With the events on deck for January twenty twenty first of all happy New Year.

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

04:02 min | 8 months ago

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"MVP In today's community MVP is safe place of the Permian Basin. They'll save place began in nineteen seventy eight. When a group of concerned citizens citizens came together to provide help and shelter to victims of domestic violence living in and around Midland today safe place operates the residential shelter and fulltime time advocacy and counseling services and Midland and a fulltime advocacy and counseling office? In Odessa. Safe Place serves over fifteen counties here in the Permian now. The mission of safe places to break the cycle of family violence by empowering individuals to make healthy choices through awareness counselling advocacy advocacy and shelter while promoting hope healing and dignity for more information on this wonderful program that is helping so many people here in the Permian. You mean you can volunteer or donate by going to safe place. Now Dot Com. You can call them at this number four three two five seven zero fourteen sixty five and if you need help. There is a twenty four hour hotline number. That number is four three two five seven zero fourteen. Sixty five will. That's it a special. Thank you again to Baker Hughes Sponsoring Permian perspective. We appreciate all of you sharing your time with us and listening and sharing with your friends and family right. You did that right you. You went and clicked share. Okay just checking. Okay thank you so much for doing that. We of course appreciate each and every one of you for listening and this includes this episode of Permian perspective the story behind behind the oil and gas leaders in the Permian Basin. Remember my life Matas a dream big believe in yourself and never give up you make it a great day. Hey everybody Alex here. With the events on deck for January twenty twenty first of all happy.

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

02:58 min | 10 months ago

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"It for today's episode of special thanks to Baker Hughes for Sponsoring Permian Perspective Baker Hughes recently as I mentioned at the top of the show launched a new and reimagined Baker Hughes Brand as an energy technology company they are striving to make energy safer cleaner and more efficient for the people in the planet and that concludes this episode of premium perspective. The story behind the oil and gas leaders in the Permian Basin just remember my motto dream big and believe in yourself you make it a great day. Everyone Alex here with the events on deck for November. First of all we had our best ever for our latest happy hour. You're in Houston with our panel discussion. So thanks to everyone who attended and we hope to keep offering you guys value in the future. Be Sure to listen here for any future. Happy hours the.

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

Permian Perspective Podcast

24:50 min | 1 year ago

"sponsoring permian perspective" Discussed on Permian Perspective Podcast

"And what is their story this is Permian perspective I'm your host Krista as skinny today's Gourmet Tommy Yellow Tabah Kinda guy so when you walk with a computer it's over my head but the guys that we have in the in the girls that we have helping us out and Wonderful Way to do it I've never thought about voting and going. Hey what do you what does everyone else thing guy one what about a book do you have a favorite book that you would suggest that is we stick with his Joshua Fantastic and I love that I wanna I wanNA interview her now and say hey how she's nine years Newstalk here and how lucky you are to have her with you still fantastic great I'd love to meter someday let's talk a little bit about an important lesson you've learned in looked at it that way right and what is that there's that quota a setback is just you know really getting you ready for your comeback that's right I think that's true well I'm glad that into this year like Okay Christopher Maher view me for this podcast I hope I get this across to the listeners but maybe we haven't asked you that is that is there one thing that you'd like to share with us well. I love it if they'd call me I love an honest answer that's great the more work the Merrier we'd certainly like to double the number of cruise right I think if mm by getting that drone work done and I love what you said about pipelines to that's that's huge industry right now big industry I think that's a great help you out Peter Wolper and he's with Thurman cam. USA thank you so much for sharing this time with us I appreciate it I know it goes by fast doesn't it does gone fast but we really appreciate. sharing your story we wish you much success in the future and if anyone's looking for any drone work give him a call and he's a ready for you tomorrow he can be there right okay feeder. Thank you so much I appreciate you it's time now to announce our community MVP and this week's MVP is the Midland Chamber of Commerce they recently held they're twenty nineteen annual meeting the community enjoyed an evening of dinner drinks and dancing local businesses and community leaders had a chance to reflect on the there's accomplishments honor all of the amazing volunteers and share goals for the future this sold out event was the very first event to be held in the new forty three million dollar Barbara and George H W Bush Convention Center which is absolutely incredible when you come to town you need to go see it it is beautiful so adulation to this week's community MVP Midland Chamber of Commerce and if your local business go join the chamber they are fantastic organization right another special thank you to Baker Hughes for Sponsoring Permian perspective and thank you so much for sharing this time with you as always I appreciate you choosing premium perspective whether driving to work or you're listening on your morning walk wherever you're at thank you for being here and I'd love to hear from you if there's a guest you would love to hear from just send me an email or contact us and we will definitely get that guest on the show for you once again this concludes this episode of Permian Perspective the story behind the oil and gasoline offers in the Permian Basin remember my motto Dream Big and believe in yourself you make it a great day hey guys we have a couple of OBGYN events Ondeck for the next month jeans next Houston Happy Hour will be on October twenty night at the Canon for four to six as always portion of the proceeds will go toward redeemer industries to fight human sex trafficking at this happy hour we'll be discussing the process of taking a startup from simply an idea to obtaining the first purchase orders the panel discussion will include Saudi Aramco Ventures Shell Ventures and lovie SEF enters eternal energy and well diver our next Denver happy hour will be on November six join us for food drinks and alive podcast that we will announce at a later date a portion of this events proceeds will go to local charities Day Pals Denver and oilfield helping hands okay now to the events on deck the tomorrow less oil and Gas Summit two thousand nineteen will be on October third.

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