There are a lot of things we take for granted, spouses, your pet’s affection, food at the grocery store, and most of all the electricity when you flip the switch. When any of those are missing we feel a tremendous negative hit on our personal well-being. Well, now that we are in a worldwide energy crisis the spotlight shines (pun) on electricity when it does not come on and the upcoming food shortage.
I was fortunate enough to have Rob Allerman, Senior Director Power Analytics, Enverus, stop by the ENB podcast. We planned this at the Enverus Evolve conference and recorded shortly after. We talk about ERCOT, lessons learned, and earned. Rob brings our fantastic points about how renewables, fossil fuels, and nuclear all play their parts in the Texas ERCOT energy system.
Thank you Rob for stopping by the ENB podcast, and a shout out to Jon for setting this up. Please follow Rob on his LinkedIn and check out Enverus for all things energy data.
Stuart Turley is President and CEO of Sandstone Group, a top energy data, and finance consultancy working with companies all throughout the energy value chain. Sandstone helps both small and large-cap energy companies to develop customized applications and manage data workflows/integration throughout the entire business. With experience in implementing enterprise networks, supercomputers, and cellular tower solutions, Sandstone has become a trusted source and advisor in this space. Stuart has led the “Total Corporate Digital Integration” platform at Sandstone and works with Sandstone clients to help integrate all aspects of modern digital business. He is also the Executive Publisher of www.energynewsbeat.com, the best source for 24/7 energy news coverage and is the Co-Host of the energy news video and Podcast Energy News Beat.
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Stuart is guided by over 30 years of business management experience, having successfully built and help sell multiple small and medium businesses while consulting for numerous Fortune 500 companies. He holds a B.A in Business Administration from Oklahoma State and an MBA from Oklahoma City University.