November 22, 2019
A chock-a-block episode of the WeldCor Supply CAODC Podcast for November 2019!
CAODC President and CEO Mark Scholz drops by the “studio” to give us a re-cap of this month’s State of the Industry Luncheon (2:00) and an analysis of the 2020 drilling forecast (21:00).
Drilling operating hours are down year over year in October; for all the October numbers, listen to the Krux Analytics Industry Update (16:30).
And at the 29:15 mark, our guest of honour, Rally4Resources co-founder Nicole Wapple. Listen to this fantastic conversation recorded at the Predator Drilling offices in Red Deer, where Nicole talks about what inspired her and her husband Jeff to get into the grassroots advocacy space, and some of the many challenges and successes they have had over the past four years!
October 18, 2019
CAODC Podcast for October 2019.
September drilling operating days are down 29% year over year, and service rig operating hours are down just under 3%.
With an important election days away, Total Energy Services President & CEO Dan Halyk joins us for a great conversation on the future of Canadian oil and gas.
With insight from international boardrooms, Mr. Halyk shares his impressions on Canada’s reputation on the world stage, as well as his vision for our industry’s future!
September 20, 2019
CAODC Podcast for September 2019.
August active rig counts and operating days are down year-over-year from 2018 numbers.
This month Terry Etam, author, blogger, and energy expert joins us in studio (aka the boardroom) for a great conversation!
Mr. Etam tackles the recent events in the Middle East, discusses his book The End of Fossil Fuel Insanity, and talks pipelines and energy literacy.
For more info on Terry, or to purchase a copy of his book, check out terryetam.com!
August 16, 2019
CAODC Podcast for August 2019.
Two quarters into 2019 and we are approximately 34% below our original drilling forecast, and 4% down on service rig operating hours year over year.
Join us as Tristan Goodman, President of the Explorers and Producers Association of Canada, provides some insight into Canada's natural gas industry.
Mr. Goodman discusses the recent curtailment initiative proposed by several gas producers, and his thoughts on what the remainder of 2019 and 2020 have in store.