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The Nemeth Report

By T. Nemeth

Broadening the conversation with the public regarding the role of hydrocarbons in our modern technological way of life through the lens of the environment and climate change.
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Power House Saskatchewan -- Season 2 Episode 11 -- Conversation with Brian Zinchuk

The Nemeth ReportFeb 18, 2023

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Energy Transition Crisis! -- Season 2 Episode 13 -- Conversation with Irina Slav

Energy Transition Crisis! -- Season 2 Episode 13 -- Conversation with Irina Slav

I’m pleased to welcome Irina Slav to the podcast to discuss the global energy transition and future energy trends. Irina lives in Bulgaria and is a journalist and writer for oilprice.com, she has an excellent substack called appropriately Irina Slav on Energy, and she also joins a weekly Energy Transition podcast with Brazilian engineer Armando Cavanha, American public policy analyst and senior contributor to Forbes magazine, David Blackmon, along with myself!

Apr 17, 202335:42
Could Quebec Run Out of Energy? -- Season 2 Episode 12 -- Conversation with David Boudeweel
Apr 17, 202353:56
Power House Saskatchewan -- Season 2 Episode 11 -- Conversation with Brian Zinchuk

Power House Saskatchewan -- Season 2 Episode 11 -- Conversation with Brian Zinchuk

Season 2 Episode 11 – Power House Saskatchewan—Conversation with Brian Zinchuk February 2023

The hydrocarbon and resource industries in Canada – notably in Alberta and Saskatchewan—have undergone tremendous changes over the past 15 years. There’s been environmental activism pushing governments to block pipelines and other infrastructure; there’s been the boom and bust of prices; there’s been the starving of investment; there’s also been the creeping jurisdictional overreach of Ottawa. Brian Zinchuk has covered it all – AND—he’s reported how it’s affected the people working in this strategic industry.

Brian joined Pipeline News, Saskatchewan’s monthly petroleum newspaper in 2008, serving as journalist and editor until Covid brought it to an end. In 2021, he began his own online publishing venture – Pipeline Online – covering all energy related news of Saskatchewan. Brian is here today to chat with me about the ongoing challenges facing the energy industry in Saskatchewan and Canada.

Pipeline Online can be found here: https://pipelineonline.ca

on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pipeline_Online

on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pipelineonlineca

You can find Brian Zinchuk on

LinkedIn:  https://ca.linkedin.com/in/brian-zinchuk-329872132?trk=public_post_feed-actor-name

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrianZinchuk

For more information on some of the topics we discussed today please see:

Petroleum Technology Research Centre

https://ptrc.ca/projects/co2-eor-and-storage/aquistore

CCUS Knowledge Centre at the University of Regina

https://ccsknowledge.com/

https://pipelineonline.ca/boundary-dam-hits-5-million-tonnes-co2-captured-aquistore-hits-500000-tonnes-stored/#/?playlistId=0&videoId=0

Feb 18, 202301:25:58
Season 2, Episode 10 -- Understanding the UK Energy System and Crisis -- Conversation with Kathryn Porter

Season 2, Episode 10 -- Understanding the UK Energy System and Crisis -- Conversation with Kathryn Porter

Season 2, Episode 10 – Understanding the UK Energy System and Crisis – Conversation with Kathryn Porter

Welcome to The Nemeth Report Podcast, I'm Dr. Tammy Nemeth, and I'll be your host. Today, I'd like to welcome Kathryn Porter, independent energy consultant and founder of Watt Logic. Kathryn has many years of experience in the UK finance and energy utility sector and founded an independent consulting service that also offers online training courses. Her blog offers insightful commentary and analysis of the UK energy system and is well worth a look. Kathryn also writes for Energy Live News as one of their Energy Experts. You can also find Kathryn on Twitter or LinkedIn.

Recorded on 14 December 2022

Jan 04, 202345:42
Season 2, Episode 9 -- Energy Absurdities -- Conversation with David Blackmon

Season 2, Episode 9 -- Energy Absurdities -- Conversation with David Blackmon

Season 2, Episode 9 -- Energy Absurdities -- Conversation with David Blackmon
Welcome to the Nemeth Report podcast. I'm Dr. Tammy Nemeth, energy historian, analyst, and consultant, and I’ll be your host. Today, I’m pleased to welcome David Blackmon.
David enjoyed a 40-year career in the oil and gas industry, the last 23 years of which were spent in the public policy arena, managing regulatory and legislative issues for various companies in the United States. Currently, David is an energy-related public policy analyst and consultant based in Texas where he maintains a growing media communications practice, and is a frequent guest on television, radio and podcasts. He is a regular contributor to Forbesmagazine and other publications. David is the author of the substack Energy Transition Absurdities, where he documents the ongoing absurd nature of the western energy transition. He also joins a weekly Energy Transition podcast with Brazilian engineer Armando Cavanha and oilprice.comjournalist Irina Slav. Click on the embedded lniks for more information.
Please note: There was an issue with the beginning of our recording, so it may seem that you are joining in the middle of the conversation because I had just asked David about his career transition and move to Texas.
This episode was recorded on 12 December 2022.
Jan 04, 202347:22
Season 2, Episode 8 -- Carbon Change -- Conversation with Dennis McConaghy
Oct 28, 202201:07:20
Net-Zero and Renewable Realities, Conversation with Francis Menton the Manhattan Contrarian
Oct 28, 202201:14:22
A Nemeth Report Special -- Designed to Kill the Fossil Fuel Industry: The IFRS Global Baseline ESG Standards
Jul 01, 202211:20
Season 2 Episode 6 - Conversation with Ron Wallace -- Energy Security

Season 2 Episode 6 - Conversation with Ron Wallace -- Energy Security

Season 2 Episode 6 – Conversation with Ron Wallace

Energy Security

Joining me to discuss the forgotten issue of Energy Security is Dr. Ron Wallace.

Dr. Wallace is a former CEO and has served on federal, provincial and territorial energy and environmental regulators, including the National Energy Board. Dr. Wallace is a Fellow of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute and a Board member of the Canada West Foundation. He worked with the World Bank (Washington), the Asian Development Bank (Manila) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (London) on international resource management projects including the World Bank’s emergency assessment and containment of the Kharyaga Pipeline oil spill near Usinsk, Russia. In 2019 he was appointed as the GNWT representative to both the Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board (Yellowknife) and the Environmental Impact Screening Committee (Inuvik). He recently chaired the Alberta Coal Policy Committee. He is the author of a number of commentaries and reports including the recent, "THE GLOBAL ENERGY TRANSITION CONFRONTS EAST VS WEST REALPOLITIK: WHY ENERGY SECURITY MATTERS."

Dr. Wallace has also contributed opinion editorials to the Financial Post such as, “Biden and Trudeau are Putin and Xi’s Useful Energy Idiots,”and the recent “An Unexpected Energy Revolution Arrives.”

This episode was recorded on May 13, 2022.

Jun 28, 202201:12:01
Season 2 Episode 5 – Conversation with Bruce Pardy- - Digital ID, Net-Zero, and the Slide to a Social Credit System
Apr 07, 202256:26
Season 2 Episode 4 – Conversation with Kris Sims -- Carbon Taxes and the Looming Catastrophe of Energy Poverty

Season 2 Episode 4 – Conversation with Kris Sims -- Carbon Taxes and the Looming Catastrophe of Energy Poverty

Apr 07, 202224:44
Season 2 Episode 3 -- ENGO Protest & Violence: Is it getting worse? Conversation with Stewart Muir

Season 2 Episode 3 -- ENGO Protest & Violence: Is it getting worse? Conversation with Stewart Muir

Season 2 Episode 3 – Protest & Violence: Is it getting worse? Conversation with Stewart Muir Shedding Light on Environmental Activism and Violence in British Columbia, Canada. In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Stewart Muir founder of Resource Works on the ongoing and escalating environmental activism and violence against resource development projects in British Columbia. Stewart Muir, a graduate of Simon Fraser University and the University of British Columbia, is the founder and executive director of the Resource Works Society based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Stewart has worked as a journalist and media executive in Hong Kong, Australia, Toronto, Ottawa and western Canada. After 8 years as director of the Nature Trust of British Columbia, Stewart founded Resource Works in 2014 to improve the state of public discourse relating to natural resources and their importance to the lives of British Colombians and all Canadians. Stewart is a contributing author of The Sea Among Us: The Amazing Strait of Georgia that won several distinctions. As a passionate advocate for Indigenous leadership in natural resource sectors, Stewart founded the Indigenous Partnership Success Showcase, an annual event bringing business and Indigenous leaders together to work towards economic reconciliation. For questions or comments on this episode or to contact Dr. Tammy Nemeth, email at: thenemethreport@protonmail.com.
Mar 14, 202201:19:44
Season 2 Episode 2 - Dissecting the Great Reset - Conversation with Michael Rectenwald

Season 2 Episode 2 - Dissecting the Great Reset - Conversation with Michael Rectenwald

Season 2 Episode 2 – Conversation with Michael Rectenwald

Dissecting the World Economic Forum’s Great Reset

In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Dr. Michael Rectenwald on the nature and implications of Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum’s The Great Reset. Michael is the Chief Academic Officer and co-founder of American Scholars, a pro-American education platform. He was a Professor of Liberal Studies and Global Liberal Studies at NYU from 2008 to 2019. He holds a Ph.D. in Literary and Cultural Studies from Carnegie Mellon University, and is the author of 11 books such as Beyond Woke(May 2020), Google Archipelago: The Digital Gulag and the Simulation of Freedom (2019), and the recent Thought Criminal (2020). Michael has been writing about the Great Reset on his blog since the summer of 2020, and more recently participated in the Hillsdale College “What is the Great Reset?” conference in November 2021. Those who are interested in this subject may also be interested in Klaus Schwab’s companion book The Great Narrative: The Great Reset Vol. 2

For questions or comments on this episode or to contact Dr. Tammy Nemeth, email at: thenemethreport@protonmail.com.

Mar 01, 202201:06:18
Season 2 Episode 1 - China's Ambitions and Western Net-Zero Policies- Conversation with Patricia Adams

Season 2 Episode 1 - China's Ambitions and Western Net-Zero Policies- Conversation with Patricia Adams

Season 2 Episode 1 – Conversation with Patricia Adams

China’s Ambitions and Western Net-Zero Policies

In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Patricia Adams on China’s global ambitions, how it’s related to the climate movement, and the push for a net-zero transition. Patricia Adams is an Economist and Executive Director of Probe International, an independent environmental advocacy group. She has written several books on foreign aid, environmental policies in the developing world, and is an authority on China’s environmental policy. Her most recent publications are two very insightful reports, “China’s Energy Dream,” and “The Red and the Green: China’s Useful Idiots.” In autumn 2021, she participated in a GWPF Webinar COP26: What are China’s Real Intentions?. She has recently written commentary for the Financial Post and The Epoch Times.

For questions or comments on this episode or to contact Dr. Tammy Nemeth, email at: thenemethreport@protonmail.com.

Feb 25, 202201:19:51
Episode 10 - Conversation with Robert Lyman on the IPCC, COP26, and Net-Zero

Episode 10 - Conversation with Robert Lyman on the IPCC, COP26, and Net-Zero

Episode 10 – Conversation with Robert Lyman

In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Robert Lyman about the issues of climate change, net-zero, and the IPCC. With a career in the federal public service spanning 37 years, and several years working as a consultant on energy and environmental issues, Mr. Lyman has written many reports on these issues. Several of these are available on the Friends of Science website. He has also been invited to testify before parliamentary committees, most recently in May 2021, when he presented a brief titled, “The Role of Green Energy in Canada’s Economic Recovery from the Pandemic.” His most recent contribution to understanding Canada’s net-zero future is “Net Zero 2050: Not What the Experts Predict”.
Nov 01, 202101:09:42
Episode 9 -- Conversation with Donna Laframboise on the IPCC

Episode 9 -- Conversation with Donna Laframboise on the IPCC

Episode 9 -- In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with journalist Donna Laframboise about the United Nations' Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the net-zero future.
Oct 09, 202101:25:28
Episode 8 - Conversation with Marc Morano -- Green New Deals and the Great Reset

Episode 8 - Conversation with Marc Morano -- Green New Deals and the Great Reset

Episode 8 – Conversation with Marc Morano

In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Marc Morano about his new book Green Fraud: Why the Green New Deal is Even Worse than you Think, the great reset, and what’s at stake with proposed Green New Deals and the net-zero transition at their core. Marc Morano is the author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change, writer and executive producer of the films Climate Hustle and Climate Hustle 2, editor of the website climatedepot.com, and author of the book Green Fraud: Why the Green New Deal is Even Worse Than you Think. You may also pre-order his next book The Great Reset: Global Elites and the Permanent Lockdown.

If you have comments or questions about this episode please send them to: nemethreport@protonmail.com.

The Nemeth Report is also available on Amazon music and Audible.

https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-nemeth-report/id1576713928

Sep 12, 202142:26
Episode 7 - Conversation with Robert Bryce -- A Question of Power, Net Zero, and Electricity
Sep 12, 202149:15
Epidsode 6 - Conversation with Deidra Garyk -- ENGOs Move to Close Off the Canadian Arctic

Epidsode 6 - Conversation with Deidra Garyk -- ENGOs Move to Close Off the Canadian Arctic

Episode 6 – Conversation with Deidra Garyk

In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Deidra Garyk, Independent Researcher and Energy Advocate, about her research on the anti-development agenda land-locking western Canadian production. The goal of climate change activists is to designate a network of Marine Protected Areas in Arctic waters in Hudson Bay and beyond, the latest and perhaps last potential export transportation route for Canadian oil. We discuss Deidra’s recent report, “Arctic Development and Shipping Constraints: What is the anti-development agenda in Canada’s Arctic?”, as well as the future of Canada’s hydrocarbon industry in the face of a forced energy transition and net-zero policies. Deidra is an independent energy advocate who writes articles and open letters that are published on EnergyNow.ca. She advocates to inspire energy supporters to have confidence to speak up proudly for the Canadian industry from coast to coast in an effort to have balanced, honest, fact-based conversations. You can find Deidra on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. This episode was recorded on 8 July 2021.

If you have comments or questions about this episode please send them to: nemethreport@protonmail.com.

The Nemeth Report is also available on Amazon music and Audible.

https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-nemeth-report/id1576713928

Aug 19, 202101:08:06
Episode 5 - Conversation with Dr. John Robson -- China's Global Ambitions: Climate, The West, and the Net Zero Transition

Episode 5 - Conversation with Dr. John Robson -- China's Global Ambitions: Climate, The West, and the Net Zero Transition

Episode 5 – Conversation with Dr. John Robson

In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Dr. John Robson of the Climate Discussion Nexus on the issues of China’s global ambitions, how its related to the climate movement and its campaign to destroy the hydrocarbon industry in the Western world, and the push for a net-zero transition. Dr. Robson is the Executive Director of the Climate Discussion Nexus (CDN), a documentary filmmaker, National Post, Epoch Times, and Loonie Politics columnist, and contributing editor to the Dorchester Review. Dr. Robson is also an adjunct professor at Augustine College. You can watch on You Tube his excellent documentary on the Magna Carta, as well as the channel for the CDN. You can follow the CDN on Facebook and Twitter. This episode was recorded on 30 June 2021.

If you have comments or questions about this episode please send them to: nemethreport@protonmail.com.

The Nemeth Report is also available on Amazon music and Audible, and Apple Podcasts.

Jul 28, 202101:29:34
Episode 4 -- Conversation with Dr. H. Sterling Burnett -- The Great Reset and the Net Zero Transition

Episode 4 -- Conversation with Dr. H. Sterling Burnett -- The Great Reset and the Net Zero Transition

Episode 4 -- Conversation with Dr. H. Sterling Burnett

In this episode, Dr. Tammy Nemeth speaks with Dr. H. Sterling Burnett of the Heartland Institute, on the global plan of the World Economic Forum called The Great Reset, the proposed transition to net-zero, and how this all connects with the new Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) metrics being forced onto businesses, financial institutions and personal decisions. Dr. Burnett, is a senior fellow on environmental policy and the managing editor of Environment and Climate News at the Heartland Institute. Two useful internet resources of the Heartland Institute are Climate Realism, which provides a daily rebuttal to climate change stories in the media, and Climate at a Glance, which offers brief summaries of frequently argued climate issues. You can find the Heartland Institute on Facebook, follow them on Twitter, and view their YouTube channel. This episode was recorded on 11 June 2021.

If you have comments or questions about this episode please send them to: nemethreport@protonmail.com.

The Nemeth Report is also available on Amazon music and Audible.

Jul 15, 202101:22:18
Episode 3 -- Conversation with Michelle Stirling -- The IPCC, COP26, and the Net Zero Future
Jul 15, 202101:49:21
Episode 2 -- Conversation with Rupert Darwall -- Understanding the Green Tyranny Before Us
Jul 14, 202101:22:19
 Episode 1 -- Conversation with Dave Yager -- From Miracle to Menace: Understanding the Assault on Hydrocarbons in Canada and the West
Jul 01, 202101:19:53