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The Energy Innovators Podcast

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A podcast connecting you with some of the world-leading innovators who are working to bring you a brighter energy future.

Latest Episodes

Matthew Warren — Blackout: how is energy-rich Australia running out of electricity?

In this episode NERA CEO Miranda Taylor talks with Matthew Warren, the author of the recently released book Blackout, which is about how energy-rich Australia is running out of electricity. In their discussion they cover the history of Australia’s energy and electricity systems, the ways in which the electricity network has grown and how some of the recent changes to the network are leading to instability and the blackouts that form the title of the book. You can find Matthew on LinkedIn here. Matthew’s book Blackout: how is energy-rich Australia running out of electricity? is published by Affirm Press and can be purchased at most book retailers. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

43 MINAUG 7
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Matthew Warren — Blackout: how is energy-rich Australia running out of electricity?

Dr Liz Dallimore — WA Data Science Innovation Hub

In this episode we talk with Dr Liz Dallimore, the director of the recently established Western Australian Data Science Innovation Hub. The hub was established to coordinate data science initiatives and activities across the broader Western Australian economy. In the discussion, we talked about Liz’s background and how she came to be appointed as the director of the hub, the role of the hub, the role of data science and the opportunities for both the application of data science and the career opportunities that are emerging in the field. Liz is on LinkedIn here. The Western Australian data science innovation hub website is here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

30 MINJUL 30
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Dr Liz Dallimore — WA Data Science Innovation Hub

Mariano Ianuzzi — Corrosion research and management

In this episode NERA connects with Professor Mariano Ianuzzi, the director of the Curtin Corrosion Centre and Chevron and Woodside Chair in corrosion. We discuss the forms corrosion take and the challenges it presents to all industries, along with the centre’s work undertaking industry-led research into the prevention and management of corrosion. Mariano is on LinkedIn here. The Curtin Corrosion Centre website is here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

22 MINJUN 25
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Mariano Ianuzzi — Corrosion research and management

Tania Walter of Obzervr – Operational insights from data analysis

In this episode we talk with Tania Walter, Founder and CEO of Obzervr, a company helping their clients across the oil and gas, mining and a number of other fields to manage and leverage the data available from their operations, delivering productivity and performance gains to their businesses. In the discussion we talked about Tania’s background as an entrepreneur, why she established Obzervr, how they work with their clients by using their operational data to improve the efficiency of their businesses. Tania is on LinkedIn here. Obzervr’s website is here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

28 MINJUN 11
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Tania Walter of Obzervr – Operational insights from data analysis

Professor Peta Ashworth – Energy Literacy

In this episode NERA CEO Miranda Taylor talks with Professor Peta Ashworth of the University of Queensland about her recently completed initial research into energy literacy. Peta is highly regarded for her expertise in the energy field and for her communication and stakeholder engagement. She has been researching public attitudes to climate and energy technologies for the past ten years. Peta’s report into energy literacy — Building Australia’s Energy Literacy — firstly attempts to develop a definition of what energy literacy really is, and how the term is perceived in the community. Following the release of the report, Peta is aiming to hold a workshop to which interested parties from across Australia will be invited to discuss the report and determine next steps. You can find out more about Peta and her work here. The Building Australia’s Energy Literacy report can be accessed here. More information on NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) can be found here. The Energy ...

31 MINMAY 28
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Professor Peta Ashworth – Energy Literacy

Peter Klinken AC – WA Chief Scientist

In this episode we talk with Western Australian Chief Scientist Professor Peter Klinken AC. Peter has been the Chief Scientist for Western Australia since 2014 and has recently been reappointed for a further three years. We discussed Peter’s background as a researcher before he was appointed to the Chief Scientist role, as well as his passion for STEM and inclusion in our modern society. We also talked about the opportunities available to the state and the nation through the move to renewable energy, and the need for Australia to pursue more value-adding manufacturing in its resources sector. Peter is on LinkedIn here. You will also find his Wikipedia profile here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

35 MINMAY 21
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Peter Klinken AC – WA Chief Scientist

OLEOLOGY – Water separation innovation

In this episode we talk with Paul Callaghan, Founder and Managing Director of OLEOLOGY, who are a company doing some innovative work in the area of water separation in the oil and gas, mining and a number of other fields, offering a novel set of bespoke solutions to their clients tailored to suit their specific needs. In the discussion we talked about Paul’s background, how OLEOLOGY was established, the kinds of solutions they develop for their clients and some of the challenges in offering a novel technical solution when many clients are busy and lean toward the technology they know. Paul is on LinkedIn here. OLEOLOGY’s website is here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

34 MINMAY 14
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OLEOLOGY – Water separation innovation

Alfonso Reyes – Petroleum Engineering Data Science

In this episode we talk with Alfonso Reyes, a petroleum engineering data scientist, about how he became a petroleum data scientist, and the intersection between petroleum engineering and data science. We also discussed a project Alfonso was recently involved in, where they progressed from using data science to model a single well to modelling a field to eventually being able to run scenarios to improve production. Alfonso is on LinkedIn here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

41 MINMAY 7
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Alfonso Reyes – Petroleum Engineering Data Science

Cape – Online Separator Sand Management

This episode features a discussion with Lee Thompson and John Trent of Cape. Cape (known as Cape in Australia and as Altrad internationally) are a maintenance services provider to the resources sector with some very innovative technologies. The conversation focussed on two new pieces of technology that Cape are introducing to the Australian market: one is for removing accumulated sand from process separators while the separator is still on line, and the other is for cleaning the inside of caissons. John and Lee describe how the technology works, the value it is unlocking for their customers in terms of reduced downtime, improved maintenance and, most particularly, improvements in personnel safety. They also shared some of the challenges of introducing into the Australian market technology that is proven in other regions. Cape can be found here, and a brochure for the online sand removal equipment here. John can be found on LinkedIn here, and Lee can be found here. You can find out m...

22 MINAPR 30
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Cape – Online Separator Sand Management

FB Rice – Protecting IP and managing patents

This episode features a discussion with Mary Turonek and Carol Kane of FB Rice. Mary and Carol are patent attorneys with FB Rice, where they advise clients on the management and protection of the various forms of intellectual property they produce in the development of new technology, and more broadly in running their business. The majority of the conversation was around how the various ways companies need to be vigilant around the identification, management and protection of their IP. FB Rice can be found here. Mary is on LinkedIn here, and Carol can be found here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

33 MINAPR 23
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FB Rice – Protecting IP and managing patents

Latest Episodes

Matthew Warren — Blackout: how is energy-rich Australia running out of electricity?

In this episode NERA CEO Miranda Taylor talks with Matthew Warren, the author of the recently released book Blackout, which is about how energy-rich Australia is running out of electricity. In their discussion they cover the history of Australia’s energy and electricity systems, the ways in which the electricity network has grown and how some of the recent changes to the network are leading to instability and the blackouts that form the title of the book. You can find Matthew on LinkedIn here. Matthew’s book Blackout: how is energy-rich Australia running out of electricity? is published by Affirm Press and can be purchased at most book retailers. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

43 MINAUG 7
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Matthew Warren — Blackout: how is energy-rich Australia running out of electricity?

Dr Liz Dallimore — WA Data Science Innovation Hub

In this episode we talk with Dr Liz Dallimore, the director of the recently established Western Australian Data Science Innovation Hub. The hub was established to coordinate data science initiatives and activities across the broader Western Australian economy. In the discussion, we talked about Liz’s background and how she came to be appointed as the director of the hub, the role of the hub, the role of data science and the opportunities for both the application of data science and the career opportunities that are emerging in the field. Liz is on LinkedIn here. The Western Australian data science innovation hub website is here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

30 MINJUL 30
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Dr Liz Dallimore — WA Data Science Innovation Hub

Mariano Ianuzzi — Corrosion research and management

In this episode NERA connects with Professor Mariano Ianuzzi, the director of the Curtin Corrosion Centre and Chevron and Woodside Chair in corrosion. We discuss the forms corrosion take and the challenges it presents to all industries, along with the centre’s work undertaking industry-led research into the prevention and management of corrosion. Mariano is on LinkedIn here. The Curtin Corrosion Centre website is here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

22 MINJUN 25
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Mariano Ianuzzi — Corrosion research and management

Tania Walter of Obzervr – Operational insights from data analysis

In this episode we talk with Tania Walter, Founder and CEO of Obzervr, a company helping their clients across the oil and gas, mining and a number of other fields to manage and leverage the data available from their operations, delivering productivity and performance gains to their businesses. In the discussion we talked about Tania’s background as an entrepreneur, why she established Obzervr, how they work with their clients by using their operational data to improve the efficiency of their businesses. Tania is on LinkedIn here. Obzervr’s website is here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

28 MINJUN 11
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Tania Walter of Obzervr – Operational insights from data analysis

Professor Peta Ashworth – Energy Literacy

In this episode NERA CEO Miranda Taylor talks with Professor Peta Ashworth of the University of Queensland about her recently completed initial research into energy literacy. Peta is highly regarded for her expertise in the energy field and for her communication and stakeholder engagement. She has been researching public attitudes to climate and energy technologies for the past ten years. Peta’s report into energy literacy — Building Australia’s Energy Literacy — firstly attempts to develop a definition of what energy literacy really is, and how the term is perceived in the community. Following the release of the report, Peta is aiming to hold a workshop to which interested parties from across Australia will be invited to discuss the report and determine next steps. You can find out more about Peta and her work here. The Building Australia’s Energy Literacy report can be accessed here. More information on NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) can be found here. The Energy ...

31 MINMAY 28
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Professor Peta Ashworth – Energy Literacy

Peter Klinken AC – WA Chief Scientist

In this episode we talk with Western Australian Chief Scientist Professor Peter Klinken AC. Peter has been the Chief Scientist for Western Australia since 2014 and has recently been reappointed for a further three years. We discussed Peter’s background as a researcher before he was appointed to the Chief Scientist role, as well as his passion for STEM and inclusion in our modern society. We also talked about the opportunities available to the state and the nation through the move to renewable energy, and the need for Australia to pursue more value-adding manufacturing in its resources sector. Peter is on LinkedIn here. You will also find his Wikipedia profile here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

35 MINMAY 21
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Peter Klinken AC – WA Chief Scientist

OLEOLOGY – Water separation innovation

In this episode we talk with Paul Callaghan, Founder and Managing Director of OLEOLOGY, who are a company doing some innovative work in the area of water separation in the oil and gas, mining and a number of other fields, offering a novel set of bespoke solutions to their clients tailored to suit their specific needs. In the discussion we talked about Paul’s background, how OLEOLOGY was established, the kinds of solutions they develop for their clients and some of the challenges in offering a novel technical solution when many clients are busy and lean toward the technology they know. Paul is on LinkedIn here. OLEOLOGY’s website is here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

34 MINMAY 14
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OLEOLOGY – Water separation innovation

Alfonso Reyes – Petroleum Engineering Data Science

In this episode we talk with Alfonso Reyes, a petroleum engineering data scientist, about how he became a petroleum data scientist, and the intersection between petroleum engineering and data science. We also discussed a project Alfonso was recently involved in, where they progressed from using data science to model a single well to modelling a field to eventually being able to run scenarios to improve production. Alfonso is on LinkedIn here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

41 MINMAY 7
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Alfonso Reyes – Petroleum Engineering Data Science

Cape – Online Separator Sand Management

This episode features a discussion with Lee Thompson and John Trent of Cape. Cape (known as Cape in Australia and as Altrad internationally) are a maintenance services provider to the resources sector with some very innovative technologies. The conversation focussed on two new pieces of technology that Cape are introducing to the Australian market: one is for removing accumulated sand from process separators while the separator is still on line, and the other is for cleaning the inside of caissons. John and Lee describe how the technology works, the value it is unlocking for their customers in terms of reduced downtime, improved maintenance and, most particularly, improvements in personnel safety. They also shared some of the challenges of introducing into the Australian market technology that is proven in other regions. Cape can be found here, and a brochure for the online sand removal equipment here. John can be found on LinkedIn here, and Lee can be found here. You can find out m...

22 MINAPR 30
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Cape – Online Separator Sand Management

FB Rice – Protecting IP and managing patents

This episode features a discussion with Mary Turonek and Carol Kane of FB Rice. Mary and Carol are patent attorneys with FB Rice, where they advise clients on the management and protection of the various forms of intellectual property they produce in the development of new technology, and more broadly in running their business. The majority of the conversation was around how the various ways companies need to be vigilant around the identification, management and protection of their IP. FB Rice can be found here. Mary is on LinkedIn here, and Carol can be found here. You can find out more about NERA (National Energy Resources Australia) here. The Energy Innovators Podcast website is located here.

33 MINAPR 23
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FB Rice – Protecting IP and managing patents