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This is the Energy podcast, by MarketScale. Here, we dive into the latest trends and news that revolutionizes the way energy providers and innovators adapt to accommodate to the needs of those they serve! Tune in for interviews with trend-setting thought leaders who provide compelling insights into the future of oil, wind, solar, hydro, and nuclear energy, and everything in between.

Latest Episodes

Featured Job Posting: Project Manager - Fibrebond

Fibrebond is looking to fill a project manager role based in their Minden Louisiana office.A Fibrebond Project Manager is Responsible for managing multiple projects associated with power or other related industries from point of sale to delivery. This role is the customer’s single in-house contact, who oversees all project-related tasks, and directs production from estimation to engineering, and will be expected to manage projects with a strong independent judgment. Fibrebond builds innovative and reliable structures that protect people and mission-critical equipment. Additionally, Fibrebond works with transparency and a customer-focused approach while striving to create a culture that is honest, rewarding and fun.If this job sounds like a fit for you or someone you know, visit marketscale.com/industries/careers to apply. Additionally, MarketScale hosts hundreds of job openings from companies in every b2b industry, making MarketScale the number one resource for b2b job placement and recruiting. Visit Marketscale.com to see how to join today!

2 MIN2019 DEC 28
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Featured Job Posting: Project Manager - Fibrebond

A Solar Technology Solution for Panel-Level Storage with Omeed Badkoobeh of Yotta Energy

Omeed Badkoobeh, co-founder and CEO of Yotta Energy, began his career in the solar energy with a spark of curiosity. He saw a luxury real estate property that was completely off the grid and powered by solar, a concept pretty novel at the time in the early 2000s. "I started thinking how mankind has always revolved around using the sun for advancing society and here we are with technology that can power our homes and businesses," Badkoobeh said. While the solar's growth has been well-documented by analysts in this industry, Badkoobeh finds it fascinating that solar evolved from very counterculture roots. "The interesting thing is the solar industry, which began 50 years ago for powering satellites and remote power for gas drilling, really got its boost with the hippie movement as a way to power camps," Badkoobeh said. "It became powered even more by the marijuana industry in California." His curiosity evolved into a solution for the long-standing issue of solar power storage. Unlike other large stationary storage systems, Yotta's solution is mounted behind the solar panel using the panel's own ballast racking system to balance, saving space in often tight quarters such as commercial building rooftops. Yotta uses lithium-iron-phosphate technology as a safe way to integrate storage, as there is no risk of a cascading thermal runaway.

19 MIN2019 NOV 23
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A Solar Technology Solution for Panel-Level Storage with Omeed Badkoobeh of Yotta Energy

Thermal Energy Storage Brings Resilience and Risk Reduction to the Cold Chain with James Bell of Viking Cold

A hearty steak, an icy smoothie, a chef’s special; we enjoy some of our favorite foods, meals, and conveniences thanks to the cold chain—the use of commercial and industrial facilities that store and ship refrigerated and frozen food. But keeping these cold foods at your neighborhood grocer or restaurant is a costly process. Large refrigerators and cold warehouses strain power grids and tax the environment because of their constant demand for energy. James Bell, president and CEO at Viking Cold Solution, explained how the cost of operating freezers can be greatly reduced, food can be better protect food, resiliency can be added, and the environmental impact of the cold chain can be lowered. Using Thermal Energy Storage, Viking Cold combines intelligent controls (cloud-based software, algorithms and sensors) and unique phase change materials to lower the overall cost of power needed to run an industrial freezer. “We use phase change material, otherwise known as PCM,” Bell said. C...

18 MIN2019 SEP 10
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Thermal Energy Storage Brings Resilience and Risk Reduction to the Cold Chain with James Bell of Viking Cold

How Hurricane Dorian is Affecting the Oil and Gas Industry

Hurricane Dorian is pummeling the east coast of the United States after wreaking havoc on the Bahamas. On the September 4th episode of Business Casual, Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern talked toTim Snyder, the President of Matador Economics and a noted oil and gas industry expert.They discussed the impact of the storm on gas prices along the east coast and the stability of the infrastructure to withstand hurricanes and violent storms. Snyder also elaborated on the way that the oil and gas market responds to storms like Hurricane Dorian."Markets don't like things that are not predictable," said Snyder. "So, when we get into a situation where we have storms like this coming up right now...we add a layer of risk on the prices."For more, listen to the full interview from Business Casual.Tune in to Business Casual, MarketScale’s live radio broadcast, every Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m. CST.

8 MIN2019 SEP 4
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How Hurricane Dorian is Affecting the Oil and Gas Industry

Striking the Delicate Balance Between Security and Functionality in Public Utilities with Jonathan Azarcon of is5Communications

In this episode of the Energy Podcast, host Sean Heath sat down with Jonathan Azarcon, executive vice president of marketing and customer solutions at iS5 Communications, to discuss the delicate balance of security versus functionality in the communications and power utility industries. iS5 Communications, Inc. is a global provider of integrated services and solutions, and manufacturer of intelligent industrial ethernet products. Their products are designed to meet demand requirements of utility sub-stations, transportation, and industrial applications. In the past decade, there’s been a rise in cyber threats on critical infrastructure, including power utilities, nuclear power, and wastewater utilities, Azarcon explained. “These all impact daily lives,” he said. “So it’s a narrow tightrope that we continuously walk on to ensure we don’t impact reliability and accessibility to the systems.” Challenges often exist at the intersection of new technology processes and legacy infrastructure or systems. Automation helps mitigate these challenges, but shouldn’t be a completely hands-off solution. “There’s a lot of degree of thought required to implement a proper system,” Azarcon said. “If you look at power utility customers, they do a lot of proof of concept before putting something into the production network. At the same time, there is technology that can help customers to automate better, but that’s not to say that you shouldn’t still do a proof of concept to ensure that the reliability is guaranteed to perform the way customers expect it to.”

15 MIN2019 JUL 11
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Striking the Delicate Balance Between Security and Functionality in Public Utilities with Jonathan Azarcon of is5Communications

A Vendor-Neutral Consultant Updates Us On SCADA in Energy Utilities with Duane Clementson of UTSI

Vendor-neutral consulting is an integral facet of any pipeline system utilizing SCADA systems. This form of consulting effectively employs customer-specific standards to fit the needs of any industry, whether oil and gas, electric utility, or traction power. Duane Clementson, vice president of operations at UTSI International, possesses extensive experience managing SCADA systems thanks to his work under four different SCADA companies. Mr. Clementson has worked with six different SCADA packages and collaborated with a telecommunications networking company, all while encompassing a variety of energy-related fields. On today's Energy Podcast, Mr. Clementson explains why SCADA’s application is changing to moderate costs, both in the number of vendors and overall size. “It used to be that there were many more smaller SCADA companies...focused on very narrow niches in the industry,” he said. “Also, those systems tended to be quite small because of the expensive computing power and th...

14 MIN2019 JUL 3
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A Vendor-Neutral Consultant Updates Us On SCADA in Energy Utilities with Duane Clementson of UTSI

How AI Is Saving Time and Money in Critical Infrastructure Control Rooms with Daniel Nagala of UTSI

"Digital transformation" might sound like a vapid buzzword, but make no mistake: when you get down to brass tacks, the digitization of long-held industry processes is providing actionable information from massive amounts of data. On this episode of the Energy Podcast brought to you by MarketScale, we’ll discuss machine learning’s critical impact on oil and gas industry control rooms with Dan Nagala, president and CEO of UTSI International Corporation. Texas-based UTSI is a vendor-independent consulting and engineering services company that focuses on Industrial Control Systems (ICS) for oil and gas pipelines and related critical infrastructure facilities. Nagala has been leading the company’s initiatives as CEO for an astonishing 30 years and has seen machine learning and artificial intelligence in its earliest iterations. “AI and machine learning had a rocky start,” Nagala said, explaining how AI has finally come into its own in the last decade. Nagala shared four types of analytics that are taking hold of critical infrastructure control rooms. Diagnostic analytics figures out what happened from an incident from past data that wasn’t immediately available or obvious at the time, Nagala said. Descriptive analytics looks at past data for correlations. Predictive analytics uses historical data from, for example, an equipment’s long term use. Prescriptive analytics looks at historical data and creates what-if scenarios based on it. “If you can predict failure before it happens, you can get in there to schedule a maintenance run and avoid a failure that’ll require more time to repair and cost more money,” Nagala said.

28 MIN2019 JUN 5
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How AI Is Saving Time and Money in Critical Infrastructure Control Rooms with Daniel Nagala of UTSI

The Modern Day Gold Rush in the Permian Basin

The recent discovery of a massive reservoir of oil in the Permian Basin has led to a modern-day gold rush. The discovery in West Texas helped the United States briefly become a net-exporter of oil for the first time in decades. Although that status may have been short-lived, the boom has brought jobs and economic prosperity to a region and provided a previously unthinkable boost to the American energy sector. The sudden surge has also resulted extreme economic volatility in the short term. As oil companies and their workers flood the region, prices on the most basic of items react accordingly, making everything from hotel rooms to haircuts fluctuate in cost with every new successful well. Ed Hirs, Fellow for Natural Resources at BDO, and Energy Fellow at the University of Houston, explained to MarketScale what the Permian’s renaissance means for American consumers, and when the region might see more economic stability. As more pipeline is laid to take oil to market faster, this boomtown may return to a more stable economic climate, but in the meantime the Permian Basin continues to where a barrel of oil tells a larger story than its sale price.

9 MIN2019 MAY 22
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The Modern Day Gold Rush in the Permian Basin

Supporting the Permian Basin and a Booming Oil Industry with Eric Quinnelly of AID USA

The oil and gas industry is still as strong as ever, with the Permian Basin right in America's backyard being one of the central locations for this boom. The large sedimentary basin in the southwest area of the U.S. is one of the most prolific oil and natural gas geologic basins in the U.S, and it’s having a significant impact on the global energy market. We sat down with expert Eric Quinnelly, Regional Manager over the Permian Basin for Advanced Industrial Devices USA to talk to us about what’s happening in the market, how this boom is affecting tangential markets, and how his company is supporting the industry. AID delivers engineering, automation solutions, motors, and more for the energy industry. “It’s been a record year for the company, and much of that has to do with the Permian Basin. There’s a constant influx of new players in the region; it’s an ever-changing landscape that we are working hard to support," Quinnelly said. To ensure that those players in the field hav...

22 MIN2019 MAY 22
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Supporting the Permian Basin and a Booming Oil Industry with Eric Quinnelly of AID USA

OTC Showed Automation in Energy is Enhancing Safety and Efficiency with Dan Allford of ARC Specialties

Automation has become the core of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and this emphasis on efficiency is no where more apparent than in the world of energy, specifically the oil industry. Automation is evolving the industry, offering new opportunities and structurally changing how professionals approach their day-to-day work. Dan Allford, President of ARC Specialties, joined the podcast today to explain why he thinks this is one of the most positive evolutions the industry has seen in a long time. “It’s an exciting time in the oil industry. What once was impossible or too hazardous is now feasible through automation and robotics. For example, automation is facilitating fracking, creating profitable wells that would have never been before,” Allford said. ARC has been busy devising new products to empower the oil and gas industry, mostly around the equipment needed out in the field. “Robotics is becoming essential in the industry. First, they improve safety, often removing workers f...

17 MIN2019 MAY 15
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OTC Showed Automation in Energy is Enhancing Safety and Efficiency with Dan Allford of ARC Specialties

Latest Episodes

Featured Job Posting: Project Manager - Fibrebond

Fibrebond is looking to fill a project manager role based in their Minden Louisiana office.A Fibrebond Project Manager is Responsible for managing multiple projects associated with power or other related industries from point of sale to delivery. This role is the customer’s single in-house contact, who oversees all project-related tasks, and directs production from estimation to engineering, and will be expected to manage projects with a strong independent judgment. Fibrebond builds innovative and reliable structures that protect people and mission-critical equipment. Additionally, Fibrebond works with transparency and a customer-focused approach while striving to create a culture that is honest, rewarding and fun.If this job sounds like a fit for you or someone you know, visit marketscale.com/industries/careers to apply. Additionally, MarketScale hosts hundreds of job openings from companies in every b2b industry, making MarketScale the number one resource for b2b job placement and recruiting. Visit Marketscale.com to see how to join today!

2 MIN2019 DEC 28
Comments
Featured Job Posting: Project Manager - Fibrebond

A Solar Technology Solution for Panel-Level Storage with Omeed Badkoobeh of Yotta Energy

Omeed Badkoobeh, co-founder and CEO of Yotta Energy, began his career in the solar energy with a spark of curiosity. He saw a luxury real estate property that was completely off the grid and powered by solar, a concept pretty novel at the time in the early 2000s. "I started thinking how mankind has always revolved around using the sun for advancing society and here we are with technology that can power our homes and businesses," Badkoobeh said. While the solar's growth has been well-documented by analysts in this industry, Badkoobeh finds it fascinating that solar evolved from very counterculture roots. "The interesting thing is the solar industry, which began 50 years ago for powering satellites and remote power for gas drilling, really got its boost with the hippie movement as a way to power camps," Badkoobeh said. "It became powered even more by the marijuana industry in California." His curiosity evolved into a solution for the long-standing issue of solar power storage. Unlike other large stationary storage systems, Yotta's solution is mounted behind the solar panel using the panel's own ballast racking system to balance, saving space in often tight quarters such as commercial building rooftops. Yotta uses lithium-iron-phosphate technology as a safe way to integrate storage, as there is no risk of a cascading thermal runaway.

19 MIN2019 NOV 23
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A Solar Technology Solution for Panel-Level Storage with Omeed Badkoobeh of Yotta Energy

Thermal Energy Storage Brings Resilience and Risk Reduction to the Cold Chain with James Bell of Viking Cold

A hearty steak, an icy smoothie, a chef’s special; we enjoy some of our favorite foods, meals, and conveniences thanks to the cold chain—the use of commercial and industrial facilities that store and ship refrigerated and frozen food. But keeping these cold foods at your neighborhood grocer or restaurant is a costly process. Large refrigerators and cold warehouses strain power grids and tax the environment because of their constant demand for energy. James Bell, president and CEO at Viking Cold Solution, explained how the cost of operating freezers can be greatly reduced, food can be better protect food, resiliency can be added, and the environmental impact of the cold chain can be lowered. Using Thermal Energy Storage, Viking Cold combines intelligent controls (cloud-based software, algorithms and sensors) and unique phase change materials to lower the overall cost of power needed to run an industrial freezer. “We use phase change material, otherwise known as PCM,” Bell said. C...

18 MIN2019 SEP 10
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Thermal Energy Storage Brings Resilience and Risk Reduction to the Cold Chain with James Bell of Viking Cold

How Hurricane Dorian is Affecting the Oil and Gas Industry

Hurricane Dorian is pummeling the east coast of the United States after wreaking havoc on the Bahamas. On the September 4th episode of Business Casual, Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern talked toTim Snyder, the President of Matador Economics and a noted oil and gas industry expert.They discussed the impact of the storm on gas prices along the east coast and the stability of the infrastructure to withstand hurricanes and violent storms. Snyder also elaborated on the way that the oil and gas market responds to storms like Hurricane Dorian."Markets don't like things that are not predictable," said Snyder. "So, when we get into a situation where we have storms like this coming up right now...we add a layer of risk on the prices."For more, listen to the full interview from Business Casual.Tune in to Business Casual, MarketScale’s live radio broadcast, every Wednesday and Friday at 8 a.m. CST.

8 MIN2019 SEP 4
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How Hurricane Dorian is Affecting the Oil and Gas Industry

Striking the Delicate Balance Between Security and Functionality in Public Utilities with Jonathan Azarcon of is5Communications

In this episode of the Energy Podcast, host Sean Heath sat down with Jonathan Azarcon, executive vice president of marketing and customer solutions at iS5 Communications, to discuss the delicate balance of security versus functionality in the communications and power utility industries. iS5 Communications, Inc. is a global provider of integrated services and solutions, and manufacturer of intelligent industrial ethernet products. Their products are designed to meet demand requirements of utility sub-stations, transportation, and industrial applications. In the past decade, there’s been a rise in cyber threats on critical infrastructure, including power utilities, nuclear power, and wastewater utilities, Azarcon explained. “These all impact daily lives,” he said. “So it’s a narrow tightrope that we continuously walk on to ensure we don’t impact reliability and accessibility to the systems.” Challenges often exist at the intersection of new technology processes and legacy infrastructure or systems. Automation helps mitigate these challenges, but shouldn’t be a completely hands-off solution. “There’s a lot of degree of thought required to implement a proper system,” Azarcon said. “If you look at power utility customers, they do a lot of proof of concept before putting something into the production network. At the same time, there is technology that can help customers to automate better, but that’s not to say that you shouldn’t still do a proof of concept to ensure that the reliability is guaranteed to perform the way customers expect it to.”

15 MIN2019 JUL 11
Comments
Striking the Delicate Balance Between Security and Functionality in Public Utilities with Jonathan Azarcon of is5Communications

A Vendor-Neutral Consultant Updates Us On SCADA in Energy Utilities with Duane Clementson of UTSI

Vendor-neutral consulting is an integral facet of any pipeline system utilizing SCADA systems. This form of consulting effectively employs customer-specific standards to fit the needs of any industry, whether oil and gas, electric utility, or traction power. Duane Clementson, vice president of operations at UTSI International, possesses extensive experience managing SCADA systems thanks to his work under four different SCADA companies. Mr. Clementson has worked with six different SCADA packages and collaborated with a telecommunications networking company, all while encompassing a variety of energy-related fields. On today's Energy Podcast, Mr. Clementson explains why SCADA’s application is changing to moderate costs, both in the number of vendors and overall size. “It used to be that there were many more smaller SCADA companies...focused on very narrow niches in the industry,” he said. “Also, those systems tended to be quite small because of the expensive computing power and th...

14 MIN2019 JUL 3
Comments
A Vendor-Neutral Consultant Updates Us On SCADA in Energy Utilities with Duane Clementson of UTSI

How AI Is Saving Time and Money in Critical Infrastructure Control Rooms with Daniel Nagala of UTSI

"Digital transformation" might sound like a vapid buzzword, but make no mistake: when you get down to brass tacks, the digitization of long-held industry processes is providing actionable information from massive amounts of data. On this episode of the Energy Podcast brought to you by MarketScale, we’ll discuss machine learning’s critical impact on oil and gas industry control rooms with Dan Nagala, president and CEO of UTSI International Corporation. Texas-based UTSI is a vendor-independent consulting and engineering services company that focuses on Industrial Control Systems (ICS) for oil and gas pipelines and related critical infrastructure facilities. Nagala has been leading the company’s initiatives as CEO for an astonishing 30 years and has seen machine learning and artificial intelligence in its earliest iterations. “AI and machine learning had a rocky start,” Nagala said, explaining how AI has finally come into its own in the last decade. Nagala shared four types of analytics that are taking hold of critical infrastructure control rooms. Diagnostic analytics figures out what happened from an incident from past data that wasn’t immediately available or obvious at the time, Nagala said. Descriptive analytics looks at past data for correlations. Predictive analytics uses historical data from, for example, an equipment’s long term use. Prescriptive analytics looks at historical data and creates what-if scenarios based on it. “If you can predict failure before it happens, you can get in there to schedule a maintenance run and avoid a failure that’ll require more time to repair and cost more money,” Nagala said.

28 MIN2019 JUN 5
Comments
How AI Is Saving Time and Money in Critical Infrastructure Control Rooms with Daniel Nagala of UTSI

The Modern Day Gold Rush in the Permian Basin

The recent discovery of a massive reservoir of oil in the Permian Basin has led to a modern-day gold rush. The discovery in West Texas helped the United States briefly become a net-exporter of oil for the first time in decades. Although that status may have been short-lived, the boom has brought jobs and economic prosperity to a region and provided a previously unthinkable boost to the American energy sector. The sudden surge has also resulted extreme economic volatility in the short term. As oil companies and their workers flood the region, prices on the most basic of items react accordingly, making everything from hotel rooms to haircuts fluctuate in cost with every new successful well. Ed Hirs, Fellow for Natural Resources at BDO, and Energy Fellow at the University of Houston, explained to MarketScale what the Permian’s renaissance means for American consumers, and when the region might see more economic stability. As more pipeline is laid to take oil to market faster, this boomtown may return to a more stable economic climate, but in the meantime the Permian Basin continues to where a barrel of oil tells a larger story than its sale price.

9 MIN2019 MAY 22
Comments
The Modern Day Gold Rush in the Permian Basin

Supporting the Permian Basin and a Booming Oil Industry with Eric Quinnelly of AID USA

The oil and gas industry is still as strong as ever, with the Permian Basin right in America's backyard being one of the central locations for this boom. The large sedimentary basin in the southwest area of the U.S. is one of the most prolific oil and natural gas geologic basins in the U.S, and it’s having a significant impact on the global energy market. We sat down with expert Eric Quinnelly, Regional Manager over the Permian Basin for Advanced Industrial Devices USA to talk to us about what’s happening in the market, how this boom is affecting tangential markets, and how his company is supporting the industry. AID delivers engineering, automation solutions, motors, and more for the energy industry. “It’s been a record year for the company, and much of that has to do with the Permian Basin. There’s a constant influx of new players in the region; it’s an ever-changing landscape that we are working hard to support," Quinnelly said. To ensure that those players in the field hav...

22 MIN2019 MAY 22
Comments
Supporting the Permian Basin and a Booming Oil Industry with Eric Quinnelly of AID USA

OTC Showed Automation in Energy is Enhancing Safety and Efficiency with Dan Allford of ARC Specialties

Automation has become the core of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and this emphasis on efficiency is no where more apparent than in the world of energy, specifically the oil industry. Automation is evolving the industry, offering new opportunities and structurally changing how professionals approach their day-to-day work. Dan Allford, President of ARC Specialties, joined the podcast today to explain why he thinks this is one of the most positive evolutions the industry has seen in a long time. “It’s an exciting time in the oil industry. What once was impossible or too hazardous is now feasible through automation and robotics. For example, automation is facilitating fracking, creating profitable wells that would have never been before,” Allford said. ARC has been busy devising new products to empower the oil and gas industry, mostly around the equipment needed out in the field. “Robotics is becoming essential in the industry. First, they improve safety, often removing workers f...

17 MIN2019 MAY 15
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OTC Showed Automation in Energy is Enhancing Safety and Efficiency with Dan Allford of ARC Specialties
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