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CEO - Host Crownsmen Partners

I am the CEO of Crownsmen Partners and Host of The Crownsmen Show & Podcast. We give a in-depth voice to industry and promote the heavy industrial sectors of North America, including mining...

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David Yager is President and CEO Winterhawk Well Abandonment and author of “From Miracle to Menace”  and he joined Crownsmen Energy to discuss the energy sector in Alberta and Canada. In the first part of the interview David discusses the Federal government’s funding of $1.7 billion into cleaning orphan and inactive wells. We then move on to Winterhawks new technology for the economical and environmentally responsible asset retirement (abandonment) of oil and natural gas wells. Later we discuss why he wrote “From Miracle to Menace”, the history and future of Alberta’s oil industry, and major political challenges the industry faces.

 

 

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