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Richard & John Spears answer your questions & discuss the oilfield services business. The Spears brothers have a combined 75+ years as leading industry experts and are prized speakers for events all across the globe. The Drilldown will visit all topics in the oilfield services & equipment and discuss industry current events. New episode every Monday! Got a question? Send it to drilldownshow@gmail.com
 
Discover something new about the oilfield with every episode of this Oilfield Basics podcast. Join us as we interview many hard working men and women across our great industry, learning about their particular specialty, tools, processes, techniques, and experiences. Wether you already work in the industry, are a student, or are an outsider to our industry, there will always be something new for you to learn.
 
The Greenpeace Podcast brings you sound-rich environmental stories that travel across borders. Engaging listeners through storytelling, this podcast builds environmental literacy in a way that inspires, amuses and empowers. Listen to monthly 15 minute episodes that break down some of today's hottest and most controversial environmental issues. Greenpeace is an independent, campaigning organisation which uses non-violent, creative confrontation to expose global environmental problems, and to ...
 
Energy Examined is a podcast that examines energy issues that impact Canada and the world. We tackle questions regarding growing global energy demand, the transition toward a lower-carbon future, and the role innovation and sustainable approaches can play at finding solutions to meet the economic, environmental and social priorities of all Canadians.
 
Join filmmakers Matt Damon and John Krasinski as they discuss their new drama "Promised Land." Directed by Van Sant, the film follows ace corporate salesman (Damon) who is sent to a rural town with his partner (Frances McDormand) to close a key deal in his company’s expansion plans. What seems like an easy job becomes complicated by numerous roadblocks, including a grassroots campaign led by a well-meaning farmer (Krasinski). Promised Land explores America at the crossroads, where big busine ...
 
Taylor Ransom brings his love of comedy, fried chicken, and christian culture to a podcast. His friend Jonathan Schaefer is there to be a voice of reason. Featuring special guests from all walks of life, including comedians, pastors, influencers, and even NFL stars. It’s a great time!
 
Forward Radio is listener-sponsored, volunteer-powered, grassroots community radio WFMP-LP Louisville, Kentucky. We have been broadcasting at 106.5fm and live-streaming at forwardradio.org since April 9, 2017. Enjoy this selection of our archived local programs, and if you like what you hear, please donate to keep us on-air at forwardradio.org. It costs $20/day to keep this programming coming your way.
 
Energy Evolution is a new podcast from S&P Global Market Intelligence that explores the ways the energy industry is changing. Co-hosts Dan Testa, Allison Good and Taylor Kuykendall spend each episode talking to leading experts from the energy and finance fields and breaking down the trends that the policy makers, traders and industry professionals needs to know about. The team uses the reporting firepower and data resources of Market Intelligence to tackle the big issues of the day and chang ...
 
Life is busy, and it can be hard to keep up with the news. Every Friday morning, 90.5 WESA's Pittsburgh Explainer brings you the biggest news stories of the week in about 20 minutes. Hosted by WESA's Liz Reid, you’ll hear from the reporters who cover politics, education, tech, health, arts and more, and get the real stories behind the headlines.It’s the news you need, in the time you have.Pittsburgh Explainer is hosted by Liz Reid and produced by Katie Blackley. New episodes come out every F ...
 
You want to have a deep faith in the Lord and to witness to those around you. To do that, you need tools and information to strengthen your faith using scientific discoveries that prove the Bible to be true. Join author, TV host, and researcher David Rives as he explores an infinite number of wonders that point us directly to our Creator, the God of the Bible. We are special, created in God’s own image. We are not mere animals, the result of evolution, natural selection, or chance and time. ...
 
Lesley Yates and Ben Hamlin have a lot in common, but their biggest shared interest is the Netflix original comedy series Bojack Horseman. We're going through the show episode by episode to find meaning in the musings of a very depressed horse. Every Tuesday right here on infinitybreak.net and wherever you get your podcasts.
 
The Land I Trust, an audio series by the Sierra Club, tells stories of special places under threat by dirty energy -- and how the transition to clean energy is benefiting people and the homes they hold dear. In our first series, we travel through the American South to talk with folks about the coal that is fouling their air and water, the dirty energy projects they're fighting in their backyards, and a shared vision for a clean energy economy that allows all of our communities to thrive. Fro ...
 
The Perch Pod focuses on bringing first-hand geopolitical analysis from experts across various disciplines. Brought to you by Perch Perspectives, the most reliable and complete source of geopolitical information and international affairs for businesses and decision-makers. If you like what you hear, subscribe to the podcast. We put out new interviews every other Monday.
 
Energy. It fuels our daily lives and our economy. And it's one of the most important issues being debated today. Here on EnergyTomorrow Radio, we examine complex issues about our energy future and answer your questions. In doing so, we hope to advance the conversation about this important topic. Hosted by Jane Van Ryan of API.
 
Long-form TED level conversations with top thinkers, founders and scientists on how advances in biotech & genomics, space travel, IoT, AI and other exponential tech converge to create our collective future and what we can do, from a research and policy perspective to shape the technology, trends and societal norms for a better world. If in-depth, unscripted conversations with the researchers, startups and future thinkers transforming our future in a Tim Ferriss meets Sam Harris, Kara Swisher ...
 
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This week on Truth to Power, we gather folks around the microphones for a community conversation about petrochemicals, fracking, and plastics with Randi Pokladnik and Paul Brooks. Hart Hagan hosts.On Truth to Power each week, we gather Forward Radio programmers and friends to discuss the state of the world, the nation, the state, and the city! It's…
 
California Governor Gavin Newsom directed his administration last week to ban new fracking permits within three years in the state. The move comes after the state legislature, controlled by Democrats, voted against the ban – which Newsom himself said last year he didn't have the power to issue as governor. POLITICO’s Colby Bermel explains the ban a…
 
0:08 - President Joe Biden’s official recognition of the genocide of Armenians by the Ottoman Empire 106 years ago was greeted with relief and happiness in Fresno, one of the first destinations for the Armenian diaspora in the Western United states. Vic Bedoian reports. 0:12 - Brian and Cat process the Chauvin verdict 0:25 - KPFA News: An East Bay …
 
The chair of Pa. House's environmental committee is a climate denier. How could this impact climate action? The author of a new book that centers on Pa.'s gas country says fracking's impacts are challenging rural values of individual liberty and private property rights. Scientists are working to reverse damage to wildlife habitat from fracking. Mee…
 
Biden is pulling troops from Afghanistan - in 6 months, kinda, maybe. Elon Musk is not a god - he's actually a bit of a dipshit penis wrinkle. We can do better, and indeed we must. PLUS what Mead, NE has to do with the Flint water crisis, and the call to end fossil fuels reaches politicians. liberapay.com/leecamp…
 
In the third of a two-part series Richard and John discuss how challenges in implementing net-zero emission (NZE) plans could revise the (bearish) long-term outlook for oil and gas demand. What are some of the key issues that could impact how quickly NZE goals will be realized?
 
Branding gas as “responsibly sourced” by cutting methane leaks. A fight is brewing over another source of methane, the meat and dairy industry. Climate change report predicts more heatwaves, floods, and droughts in Pennsylvania’s future. Choosing native plants helps create more habitat for birds and bugs.…
 
Fixing America's Water Crises / Beyond the Headlines / Young Climate Activists / Gardening for Abundance and Generosity / Secrets of the Whales In a bipartisan vote the U.S. Senate approves $35 billion to address the public health hazards of lead pipes and overflowing wastewater. Why water infrastructure improvements to protect public health are lo…
 
Host Liz Reid talks with education reporter Sarah Schneider about the upcoming Pittsburgh Public Schools board races; health and science reporter Sarah Boden on upcoming COVID-19 mitigation changes; and arts and culture reporter Bill O'Driscoll on the future of the Tree of Life Synagogue.By Katie Blackley, Liz Reid
 
White House reporters have access to the highest seat in the country — and they’re a small group. An even smaller group? Reporters of color. On today’s episode of Playbook Deep Dive, Eugene Daniels gets honest with fellow Black White House correspondents April Ryan (TheGrio) and Ayesha Rascoe (NPR) about everything from microaggressions to death th…
 
[caption id="attachment_358340" align="alignright" width="307"] (Photo: Let the People Speak!/FLICKR [1])[/caption] 0:08 - May is Mental Health Awareness Month: self care, activism and mental health Nauser Bear (@nauserbear [2]) is a licensed marriage and family therapist and spiritual activism coach in Oakland, California. 0:34 - This week Republi…
 
In the 1860s, John D. Rockefeller started his oil empire in Cleveland, Ohio. By his death in the 1930s, he’d built the largest fortune in American history by building a monopoly in the oil industry. But now, his living descendants are fighting Exxon Mobil, the largest remnant of Rockefeller’s Standard Oil, over what they call decades of deception b…
 
[caption id="attachment_358284" align="alignright" width="347"] Protest of eviction of the Lee family in San Francisco (Photo: Steve Rhodes/FLICKR [1])[/caption] 0:08 - Trump Judge strikes down national eviction moratorium Haley Adams (@haleyradams [2]) is a legal fellow with the Fair Housing and Community Development project at the Lawyers’ Commit…
 
State Senator Susan Eggman of Stockton has found a heart for the art of baking bread, and loves to share her homemade loaves with legislative colleagues and friends! On this episode, Senator Eggman, a trained hospice social worker, also talks about life, and death, and reminds us that, even as with baking bread...for everything there is a season. P…
 
The Biden administration is calling for spending tens of billions to help speed the adoption of electric vehicles and bring on the future of clean transportation. But farmers fear that shift away from liquid fuels and they say Biden’s ignoring home-grown biofuels. Now, they’re putting some of their considerable political power into making sure etha…
 
0:08 - Facebook oversight board effectively delays ruling on whether to ban Trump Kari Paul (@kari_paul [1]) is a tech reporter with the Guardian. 0:20 - KPFA News: Continuing our dives into the policy challenges facing the Biden administration in its first hundred days: Estimates [2] place the amount of past-due rent that accumulated during the fi…
 
May is Mental Health Awareness month so we decided to interview 2 authors whose new memoirs deal with their mental health issues and the addictions that resulted from those issues. There is hardly a family who hasn’t been touched in some way by mental illness. For so many years, mental illness in all its forms--anxiety, depression, suicide or bipol…
 
Eleanor's new EP is out! Get an inside scoop on the new project and where to find it. At the cross-streets of systemic racism, public health and climate chaos, black landowners battle a crude oil pipeline in Tennessee and the entire state of California is sucked dry by corporate greed. But hey, at least we can say that Bill Gates made more than $50…
 
Ask any Democrat on Capitol Hill about Trump’s regulations and they will almost certainly tell you they were far too weak. But since Dems hold both legislative arms, why not just undo these regulations unilaterally? According to POLITICO’s Anthony Adragna, doing so through the Congressional Review Act carries some untested legal risks. Anthony Adra…
 
0:08 - Why the US should stop hoarding vaccines Kate Elder (@kateelder [1]) a Senior vaccines policy advisor for Doctors Without Borders' Access Campaign. 0:34 - Unemployment call-ins Daniela Urban is Executive Director of the Center for Workers' Rights and special counsel to Legal Aid At Work. Legal Aid at Work Helpline phone numbers depend on loc…
 
Race as a social construct? Author Angela Saini discusses her book ('Superior: The Return of Race Science') about the biological myths and biases about race that have occurred in the sciences. This Oct. 6, 2020 podcast was made by the Union of Concerned Scientists as part of their 'Got Science?' series and can be found here: https://ucsusa.org/reso…
 
On Earth Day, Joe Biden announced the US’ ambitious goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. But it seems like the calculations that guided the administration’s decision are a secret. Today, POLITICO’s Zack Colman, on why Congress and the private sector want to know the math behind the White House’s climate plan. Zack Colman is an ener…
 
In this episode, Jacob speaks with Gary Golden. Gary is an academically trained futurist. They speak about the overall concept of a blockchain, how cryptocurrency got to where it is now and where it is going. Here are the timestamps: 00:00 Intro 01:35 What is blockchain? 07:35 What is Cryptocurrency? 16:32 What is DeFi? (Decentralized finance) 25:5…
 
0:08 - The next 100 days: pushing Biden from the left John Nichols (@NicholsUprising [1]) National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation. 0:34 - We take your COVID science call-ins with Dr. John Swartzberg, clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at UC Berkeley — today we talk about the crisis in India and the COVID variants, the new CDC'…
 
This week on Sustainability Now!, the tables are turned on your host, Justin Mog, as he becomes the interviewee for a podcast produced by UofL Sustainability students, Maria Cora & Megan Husted. Together, we explore some of the lessons that we can draw about sustainability and more sustainable behaviors after over a year in pandemic lock-down. As w…
 
Join the Kentucky Humane Society every week as we answer your questions about dog and cat behavior, training, and special topics and events in the Louisville pet community. We are here to help the animals in our community and the people who love them. If you have a question or topic you’d like to know more about, we would love to hear from you! Con…
 
On this week's Truth to Power Happy Hour with Justin Mog & Hart Hagan, we bring you a conversation with George Barnett, a forestry tech who also teaches foraging. The Hungry Forager was established by George in early April, 2020. As George studied trees, fungi, plants and ecology over the previous four years, he was always foraging in his free time…
 
On this radioactive show, we take a look at the work done by aboriginal people around Australia caring for Country. This work is not only mostly unpaid, but also comes at enormous personal cost. While on May Day people around the world stand in solidarity with workers, it is important that unpaid workers are also remembered and acknowledged. We hea…
 
The efforts to get farmers the mental health resources they need. Pittsburgh mayoral candidates have some similarities and many differences about the environment. Pa. GOP is trying to stop Gov. Wolf from joining the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. U.S. Steel reneges on a promise to upgrade its polluting Mon Valley Works. How to build your own t…
 
Methane and Swift Climate Action / Senate Votes for Strong Methane Rules / Biden, LOE and Dykstra / Getting Bushmeat Off the Table / "Planet" by Poet Catherine Pierce / Beloved Beasts: Fighting for Life in An Age of Extinction Methane is a very potent greenhouse gas that doesn't last long in the atmosphere, so reducing it can have almost immediate …
 
On this week's Explainer: WITF's Brett Sholtis on a push to get conservative voters vaccinated in Pa.; Government and accountability editor Chris Potter brings the latest on Pittsburgh's mayoral race; and education reporter Sarah Schneider says students are coming back to classrooms, but a bus shortage could complicate their return.…
 
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene has made a name — and recently, fundraised over $3 million — on becoming a political celebrity by oiling gears in the "outrage machine," promoting extremist beliefs and false conspiracy theories and bypassing establishment media and establishment Washington. In Congress, she may not have committee assignments, but she's …
 
0:08 - A look at Biden's plan for free community college Max Lubin (@MaxSLubin [1]) the co-founder and CEO of Rise, a student advocacy organization dedicated to free college & college affordability. Previously, he was appointed by President Obama's administration to work in the US Department of Education. 0:16 - May Day parade planned in San Franci…
 
This week, the Supreme court heard arguments on two cases that could redefine pipeline construction and the amount of biofuels in America’s gasoline. POLITICO’s Kelsey Tamborrino and Alex Guillen followed along, and they explain the stakes in these cases. Kelsey Tamborrino is an energy reporter and author of Morning Energy. Anthony Adragna is an en…
 
0:08 - Biden's 100 day speech Steve Phillips (@StevePtweets [1]) is the founder of Democracy in Color, he’s host of the podcast “Democracy in Color with Steve Phillips,” and author of the book Brown Is the New White. Ruth Conniff (@rconniff) [2] is editor in chief of the Wisconsin Examiner, a nonprofit newsroom. 0:34 - KPFA News: Two bills to refor…
 
On Tuesday, POLITICO’s Alex Guillen and Annie Snider sat down with EPA administrator Michael Regan. The veteran public servant on environmental policy is now one of the government officials with most power to direct federal action on climate change and the environment — and he wants to get his agency back to crafting strong regulations. Anthony Adr…
 
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