Episode 8 - Anne bradbury

Anne Bradbury, the CEO of the American Exploration and Production Council discusses US energy policy and the ways in which AXPC is trying to help craft well rounded and science based policy. We also talk about ESG and how energy producers are adopting environmental best practices.

Episode 7 - Brent Halldorson

Patrick, Kat, and Andrew are joined by Brent Halldorson, the VP of the Produced Water Society. Brent educates the team on produced water, the current state of recycling technologies, and what he sees as the biggest challenges and opportunities for produced water management. There was much more to this conversations that did not make the episode so if you have questions or comments please follow up with Brent or Patrick on Linkedin or the Produced Water Society at https://producedwatersociety.com.

Episode 6 - Karr Ingham

The podcast crew is joined by Karr Ingham, the EVP of the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers, for a conversation about what does and does not drive oil and gasoline prices in the US. If you have been wondering what is driving the recent increase in prices or where prices might be going into the future you will not want to miss this one.

Texas Alliance of Energy Producers – https://texasalliance.org/

Episode 5 - Heidi Ganahl

Heidi Ganahl, University of Colorado Regent and republican candidate for governor of Colorado joins the podcast crew to discuss her positions on energy policy, energy affordability, and the energy transition. Patrick, Andrew, and Kat also discuss a new series of advertisements that Energy Strong is publishing. Let us know what you think about them.

Episode 4 - Chris Wright

The podcast crew is joined by Chris Wright, CEO of Liberty Oilfield Services, for a wide ranging conversation about topics like climate change, ESG messaging, and energy poverty.

Episode 3 - Thomas B. Slocum

The Energy Strong Podcast presented by SPL episode 3 with Thomas B. Slocum Jr. joining us to talk about orphan wells and what the Texas Well Protected Energy Foundation is doing to address issues related to them.

Episode 2 - Jan Kulmann

Patrick, Andrew, and Kat have a conversation about living near oil and gas and setbacks for new development from housing. Later they are joined by Mayor Jan Kulmann of Thornton, CO for a detailed conversation about how a front range community thinks about growing in the same location as Colorado’s largest oil field.

Episode 1 - Luke Coats

In the inaugural episode of the Energy Strong Podcast, Patrick Schauer, Andrew Parker, and Kat Galloway have a conversation with Luke Coats, co-founder of Energy Strong about the origins of the organization. They also discuss how Energy Strong advocates for the oil and gas industry and how it tries to inform people about the dramatic environmental improvements the industry has made in recent years. Andrew also interviews Colorado Sports Hall of Fame coach Lonnie Porter about the podcast’s first non-profit beneficiary, the Porter Billups Leadership Academy (PBLA).


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