Ray Miller, President of Energy Link talks about delivering quality products and services for the Kern County oil fields with credentials that include ISO 9001 certification and being an ASME code shop. In addition, he discusses how Hydrogen is a rapidly growing and sustainable fuel source for power generation, buses, trucks, and cars.
Ray Miller on KGET Energy Day October 27
President of Energy Link, Ray Miller, discusses how Clean Hydrogen can be Produced from Mature Oil Wells on KGET Energy Day on October 27.
KGET Energy Day Interview with The Hydrogen Man, Ray Miller, President of Energy Link
Energy Link wants to save the Kern County oilfields and the associated jobs by producing Hydrogen out of our current oilfields. The best place to start is with the existing depleted reserves. With the technology that Energy Link brings to the table, we can convert existing depleted reserves into active Hydrogen Production fields.
Watch KGET’s Energy Day on September 30 to learn more from Ray Miller
Watch KGET's Energy Day on September 30 to learn more from Ray Miller and Energy Link about how to Lead the Energy Transition in Kern County. Here is a hint, it is a Hydrogen production story.
Morgan Moreno is talking about Energy Link as a great place to work.
It takes all kinds of people: engineers, mechanics, welders, operators, office support, electricians, technicians, and sometimes even Magicians to keep the energy industry growing in Kern County.
Morgan Moreno with Energy Link has a live interview on July 25th
On July 25th, we will hear from Energy Link’s Home Team leader Morgan Moreno about what it’s like working for a company that cares about the success of its employees, customers, and community.
Ray Miller discusses saving jobs and existing oil fields by producing Hydrogen from the ground up.
Ray Miller, The Hydrogen Man, is ready to discuss with oil field managers how we can save Kern County jobs and mature oil fields by producing Hydrogen from the ground up.
Ray Miller Interview, KGET
Q: Last time you were here, you brought up the idea of producing hydrogen in the Kern County oilfields. Can you tell us more about Energy Link and your ideas about producing Hydrogen from the ground up?
A: This is great! My two most favorite things to talk about are Energy Link and Hydrogen production in Kern County. So, Energy Link is well known for providing Muscle to the Kern County oilfields for over 22 years. We have a beautiful facility that sits on 20 acres located near Lake Buena Vista, halfway between Bakersfield and Taft. We also have a satellite facility located in Santa Maria where we provide Muscle to the coastal oilfields.
Our number one asset is the smart, happy, and very productive people who work at Energy Link. Rotating equipment specialists is how we started, and now we have become so much more. We love working on and supplying engines, pumps, compressors, pressure, vessels, coolers, and other oilfield-related equipment. Our Muscle is put to use in the shop and the field.
Q: Now that I know a little more about Energy Link, can you tell us about your plans to save the oilfields and the oilfield jobs?
A: Now we get to the good stuff - Hydrogen production in Kern County. Our local oilfields contain a lot of Hydrogen, which is quickly emerging as the Green and Clean energy of the future. Kern County has mature oil and gas fields. Several of those mature oilfields have become depleted and uneconomical to produce oil. This is where Energy Link wants to save the day. We plan to convert existing depleted oil reserves into new Hydrogen producing fields.
Q: What does a Hydrogen field look like?
A: A hydrogen field looks a whole lot like an oilfield. The oilfields that become Hydrogen fields will still need well bores, piping, meters, compressors, pumps, pressure vessels, tanks, and other oilfield-type equipment. A depleted oil reserve already has an infrastructure that can be utilized as a Hydrogen field. We can produce CLEAN energy from an already depleted reserve without additional environmental disturbances. We can produce this energy while staying emission-free in the process. Additionally, we can incorporate carbon sequestration to make the Hydrogen Field a carbon-negative operation.
Q: What about the people needed to operate a Hydrogen field?
A: Once again, Hydrogen Muscle looks a whole lot like Oilfield Muscle. Hydrogen fields need Geologists, Engineers, Mechanics, Welders, Operators, Office Support, Electricians, Technicians, and sometimes even Magicians. The same people that create, operate, and maintain today’s oilfields will be needed to develop, operate, and sustain tomorrow’s Hydrogen fields.
Q: Wow – Saving jobs and utilizing existing infrastructure – these sound like the foundation of a great approach to saving the Kern County oilfields.
A: There are so many great things about the Hydrogen Production from the Ground UpTM technology and that is why I am so proud that Energy Link is your source for this technology.
We check all the boxes:
• Saving our oilfields and saving jobs
• Clean, emission-free energy production
• Reutilize existing infrastructure
• Hydrogen Production without using Water
• AND our approach is Super Economical – roughly 20% of the cost of other Hydrogen
technologies such as Electrolysis and SMR (Steam Methane Reforming)
Q: With all the wonderful things “Hydrogen Production from the Ground UpTM” has to offer what will it take to get started?
A: It starts in the existing oilfields. If you are an oil and gas producer and you want to convert your existing depleted reserves into Hydrogen fields and create jobs in the process please reach out to me, Ray Miller at Energy Link to get the ball rolling.
Hydrogen Production from the Ground UpTM – it’s in our very near future!
HYDROGEN PRODUCTION FROM THE GROUND UP
Ray Miller is being interviewed live on June 21 on KGET. The conversation will be about Hydrogen production from the ground up in mature oil wells and how oil field jobs will be vital in Kern County.
Interview with Ray Miller, President of Energy Link, as part of KGET’s Energy Week.
Ray talks about the Energy Transition from oil & gas to Hydrogen production in Kern County’s mature oil fields. Using oxygen and membranes can release CLEAN Hydrogen from existing depleted oil and gas reserves at the cost of about 20% of the current Hydrogen cracking methods such as Steam Methane Reforming, SMR, and Electrolysis.
Ray Miller interviews on KGET