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Best Northamerica podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Northamerica podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Wild For Life is the Toronto Zoo podcast that brings you behind the scenes and unveils the "hidden zoo." Each episode brings you information on the critical conservation work that protects endangered species and works to preserve biodiversity. You will hear from nutritionists, ecologists, veterinarians, social scientists, wildlife biologists, and more that are working hard to help protect wildlife from all over the world.
 
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
 
Look Like a Local is a travel podcast that will take you across North America. We interview local residents of travel destinations to find out where the best places to eat, see, and hang out are. It's like having a friend in all sorts of travel destinations to give you the inside tour and get you off of tourist trap lane. Look Like a Local is for anyone who wants to find the local's favorite places to that aren't going to be mentioned in the guidebooks.
 
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With reserves plentiful but facing limits on CO2 emissions, oil companies are re-focusing their R&D programs. What implications does this have for the oil service sector? Other topics discussed include:  The link between oil service revenues and R&D budgets  R&D’s “Blutarsky moment”  The optimal length of a lecture…
 
When I think about the zebra, I think about another prey item; however, there is so much more to zebra than being prey for African Savanna predators. Amanda Taylor, Zookeeper at the Toronto Zoo, sits down with me to discuss the Grevy’s Zebra, the herd at the Zoo, and why these animals are classified as endangered in the wild.…
 
Looks like we were a bit too optimistic for Q2! This episode we contrast and compare the Q2 financial results of major oil service companies for clues about what is happening in NAM and International markets and the implications for technology development. Produced by Charlie Spears
 
Jenn Martin sits down with me to discuss Bactrian camels with me. I have great respect for any animal that lives in some of the harshest conditions in the world, where temperatures range from -40C to 40C, but the camel scoffs at those types of conditions as they are built to withstand temperatures, blowing sand, and low water conditions. Jenn talks…
 
How do you take care of a 2000 pound wood bison at the Toronto Zoo? Well, I sat down with Zookeeper, Amy Goswell, to talk about the Zoo’s wood bison population. We discuss the Behavioural Husbandry work done with the animals to ensure the staff can provide the best care for these magnificent animals. Amy and I also discuss how these animals fared o…
 
Do you like crocodiles, snakes, and turtles? How about if they were from the Indo-Malayan Region? Well, you are in luck! I had the chance to sit down and chat with Rick Vos, Lead Keeper of Amphibians and Reptiles at the Toronto Zoo. Rick tells us about how he became a Zookeeper and describes some of the reptile exhibits in detail. Rick even discuss…
 
Safety and security is a priority at the Toronto Zoo, especially during these unprecedented times where we must practice social distancing and pandemic protocols to ensure our safety. I was wondering how a Conservation facility like that of the Toronto Zoo would handle this pandemic when the province announced a state of emergency. I sat down with …
 
Some oil companies have recently adopted the goal of reaching “net-zero” carbon emissions by 2050. John and Richard discuss when the net-zero target might start to affect decisions as to what types of exploration opportunities to pursue given the timeline for discovery and development. Other topics include: A brief history of the concept of zero…
 
I meet some amazing Zookeepers at the Toronto Zoo every time I interview them for an episode on this podcast. I always ask the Zookeepers to share stories about the animals they have worked with over the course of their careers. It’s the best part of my day to hear how the various personalities of the animals can make a Zookeeper’s day! Unfortunate…
 
This episode we talk with Dan Gardoqui or the Lead with Nature Podcast. Dan is a skilled naturalist whose passions include birding, tracking and hunting. Stories of Dan's unique perspective on engaging with the natural world within! Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Naturalistics website: https://naturalisticspod.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/Na…
 
I meet some amazing Zookeepers at the Toronto Zoo every time I interview them for one of the episodes on this podcast. I always ask the Zookeepers to tell me some stories about the animals they have worked with during their careers. It’s the best part of my day to hear how the various personalities of the animals can make a Zookeeper’s day! Unfortu…
 
Richard and John discuss what the current $16 price differential between WTI and Brent is telling us about the current oil market and what the current $17 price differential between the May and July futures prices is telling us about the future oil market. Other topics addressed include: How much oil is exported on a global basis? How much US produ…
 
I meet some amazing Zookeepers at the Toronto Zoo every time I interview them for one of the episodes on this podcast. I always ask the Zookeepers to tell me some stories about their animals. It’s the best part of my day to hear how the various personalities of the animals make the Zookeeper’s day that much more interesting. Unfortunately, we can’t…
 
No matter the price of oil, no matter the trend in drilling activity, the number is $150 frac dollars per reservoir foot drilled. The only real switch occurred in Q1 2015 when things collapsed the first time, but $150 is our number. It would take a change in industry behavior to take another step downward in Q2 2020…perhaps that happens, but do we …
 
In this episode of the Wild For Life Podcast, we are going to learn about the Great Canadian Raccoon. We often see raccoons in Toronto in alleys, curiously peering into garbage bins, and crossing streets, yet we never think about how successful they have been in adapting to human development. Zookeeper Kyle Banton-Jones discusses why raccoons are s…
 
This time on the podcast we discuss ways for naturalists to navigate times when we must turn our practice inside or close to home. Nature is never canceled and there is always something cool to find! Patreon!: https://www.patreon.com/Naturalistics website: https://naturalisticspod.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/Naturalistics_ email: naturalistics…
 
Global oil inventories are set to increase due to the drop in oil demand and the rise in OPEC+ output. Richard and John discuss how much inventories might rise, how long it will take before they are back to normal, and the implications for US oilfield activity, oil production and oil prices.
 
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