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Ep. 89 – Production Facilities & Advocacy with Jack Hamlin

Oilfield Basics Discover Podcast

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1hr 10mins

1 Mar 2021

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#hottakeoftheday Episode 67 w/Jack Hamlin #ENERGYSTRONG

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This week in our Wednesday show, we talk to Jack Hamlin, the former President of Summit Engineering Services, which was acquired by Sargent & Lundy in March.  Jack is also the co-founder of Energy Strong, a grass roots energy advocacy group dedicated to educating the public about the benefits and safety of oil and gas development to the citizens and municipalities starting in Colorado and expanding it to other oil producing states.As we have recently seen, the sweeping power of the new and the overwhelming support for measures that are effectively causing oil and gas development and investment to leave the state, grass roots involvement is key. On September 17, the commission will hear testimony on additional proposed rule changes to air quality and we encourage industry to participate. Information on how to participate and talking points can be found on the Energy Strong website.#hottakeoftheday Episode 67 w/Jack Hamlin #ENERGYSTRONGhttps://youtu.be/-8vwUB_U48g?t=158Audio PodcastColorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC)Senate Bill 19-181 Rulemaking CalendarAir Quality Control CommissionColorado Air Quality Hearings - Sept. 17 & 18 September 17 & 18 meeting registration SIGN UP TODAY! LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!Jack's Testimony before the COGCCI am representing Energy Strong and myself – a front range citizen in this discussion, which is essentially extremist Boulder politicians vs the entire state.3 basic themes my comments will cover Fossil Fuels are extremely safe and have made our lives better than at any time in human history, despite anecdotal claims to the contrary. There is a massive Health and Safety risk of transitioning away from Fossil Fuels – which are reliable – for renewables, which are intermittent. Economic risk SB-181 poses.I love Colorado. I’ve been here my whole life, and despite our population growing exponentially, the air and water are cleaner today than they were in 1978 the year I was born. Overall, besides urban sprawl, the state is in better shape than ever before (in terms of environment) Colorado has been producing oil for over 100 years and has some of the lowest overall cancer rates and the best qualities of life in the nation.I get that people wish the world had a static climate, but it never has, and it never will – the truth is that everyone on this call uses oil and natural gas because it makes their lives better and protects us all from Colorado’s natural climate, which has always been a dangerous place to live. Extreme weather, blizzards, fires, droughts. Fossil Fuels allow us to thrive here with tremendous confidence – from turning on a switch to heat/cool our homes, to bringing us clean drinking water. Colorado is blessed to have the outstanding local talent and abundance of natural resources and has become the GOLD STANDARD for safe and environmentally friendly O&G production. We do it better than anyone in the world. I am an advocate for exporting our model of Oil & Gas production, transmission and refining globally, not banning it. In contrast, a handful of fringe Boulder politicians want to force the entire state to mirror California’s failed energy policies, under the guise of public health and safety.By essentially copying California’s energy policies in Colorado, this commission will be complicit in: Creating higher Energy Prices resulting in energy poverty Intermittent electric service that cannot meet demand Hampering economic growth Leaving mountains of debt - Colorado is currently sitting at a $3.3 Billion budget shortfall All of these things create health/safety risks that are not being quantified in this discussion.California's current Blackouts and fiscal despair are a prelude to these unsustainable pursuits. Because of misguided over-regulation and mandates, they now IMPORT 60% of their oil from places like the middle east.

57mins

16 Sep 2020

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The Crude Life Interview: Jack Hamlin, Summit Engineering & Energy Strong Colorado

The Crude Life

Jack Hamlin, Summit Engineering & Energy Strong Colorado, talks about Colorado’s recent shift in oil and gas perception, and how it has been catching on in other states. Prop 112 and SB 181 are discussed in detail, from the history to the current state of energy in Colorado. The idea of modern day environmentalism is discussed, whereas the energy industry is leading the movement to save the earth through investments, innovation and education. The paradigm shift in energy, herd mentality and “Boulder Democrats” are also discussed in detail. The interview concludes with a conversation about natural gas and how a world would look if natural gas received subsidies to solve the flaring issue. Spread the word. Support the industry. Share the energy. Follow on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtVimPyUygnwakoQ9swHXNA Follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thecrudelife/ Follow on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-crude-life Follow on Twitter https://twitter.com/RealCrudeLife

15 Jul 2019

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All Elim Chapel – Jack Hamlin – 12/07/17

President's Chapel @ Elim Bible Institute & College

“You don’t know what you are asking,” Jesus said to them. “Can you drink the cup I am going to drink?” “We can,” they answered. Jesus said to them, “You will indeed drink from my cup, but to sit at my right or left is not for me to grant. These places belong to those for whom they have been prepared by my Father (Matt. 20:22-23)”. The disciples were looking for a higher position but Jesus stated that we are called to be servants. Through this sermon, Jack Hamlin will teach us that we need to be servants first if we want to be leaders.  The post All Elim Chapel – Jack Hamlin – 12/07/17 appeared first on Elim Bible Institute and College.★ Support this podcast ★

30mins

7 Dec 2017

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