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Electric Utilities

I need subject matter experts in energy utility and oil & gas sector (preferably us) for conducting webinars and audio conferences for 60/75/90 minutes. Any leads will be greatly appreciated.

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    John |Managing Partner

    What are the topics? I conduct energy *****nars on a regular basis from 45 to 90 minutes. ...

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    Curt |Zintro Expert

    Please provide more specific details about the goals and subject ***** this proposed presentati...

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    Cleveland M |Prof.

    Please advise details and I could format a specific proposal for topics, ***** cost. ...

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Energy Production And Storage

We are looking for a researcher who is willing to provide a 1-2 power point slides covering the fields or details listed below. The report will be part of the ceo briefing material that gets sent out on a monthly basis. However, there's unavoidable irregularity in the nature of the work. The main audience of the report is the ceo and the executives in all departments, therefore, the r&d department reviews the topics each month. Simply put, the process is as follows: 1. [1st week] researcher proposes specific topics (in the fields listed below) 2. [2nd week] hq receives the topics and chooses the topics that will be relevant and valuable for the company 3. [3rd week] researcher composes the report (1-2 executive summary type powerpoint slides) 4. [4th week] hq reviews the report and offer comments which will be attached on the report as the report must be sent out at the end of each month, the process time sensitive. And the researcher's topics will have to be reviewed first before the actual report is generated (this is what we meant about irregularity) compensation will be discussed later, but the compensation happens on a 'per-report' basis as the researcher may not be providing reports every month (although possible). 1.Lithium - production cost of lithium extraction (company research) - development status of lithium projects in north america - new lithium extraction technology (corporation, university, lab tech. Strategy or trend) 2. Rechargeable/secondary cell battery - major automakers' electrical vehicle production trend (energy density, etc) - companies producing battery/material for battery and their tech. Development roadmap 3. Sng → details of dakota sng plant has already been gained. - information regarding development status of shale gas is required, as one of the main issues for sng business is the market price of lng (such price would directly be affected by production of shale gas). - amount of production, recent development status (reduction in production amount due to low oil prices) and forecast for future developments. 4. Coal chemistry business - recent development status of ccu technology would be useful (including chemical/biological conversion, use of supercritical co2 and other newly developed technologies). Comment → along with underground co2 storage technology, utilization for enhanced oil recovery also needs be excluded from the research, since it would only be applicable to an area near oilfields. 6. Mg plate - u.S. Automakers’ maker mg plate part development status - mena(mel n.America entity) business and tech. Development strategy thank you, ellen

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    Disha |Manager - Research & Consulting

    Hi , I am an independent consultant for a decade now and have expertise in report writing . Have wo...

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    Vijay |Technologist

    Not accepting due to over load work. Thanks...

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    DAVID |PRESIDENT

    38 years of global experience as an oilfield services company owner and consultant directly involved...

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Thermal Power (coal,oil,gas)

Expert for feasibility study of 200mw oil based thermal power

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    Dirk |Management Director

    Please provide us with some *****t the project; for which country?...

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    Johannes |Director

    would be interested...

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    David |Founder/Owner

    Hi Ther86Nkz8, Yes I have experience with CCCT, SCCT, coal fired plants, oil fired plants and mainta...

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Mining, Oil & Gas

Hello, i'm a management consultant working on a project for an electric heating company, and my team is looking for someone with expertise in specific electric heating applications in the mining/o&g space. We're trying to understand exactly what heating is used for, and what heating technologies are used for those applications (e.G. Immersion heating). Based on your background, i thought you might be able to help out. Please let me know if you're familiar with this specific area within your industry -- i believe our work would probably entail one 60-minute phone conversation. Thank you!

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    Peter |Principal Advisor

    good day and thank you. while I am somewhat familiar with the subject I do not think I am an approp...

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    DAVID |PRESIDENT

    38 years of North American & global experience in the use of ***** oil & gas drilling fluids f...

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    Robert |Consultant

    Not my area of expertise, I do know the Canadians heat/condition their *****....

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Renewable Energy Germany

Contribute to the zintro blog! i am an independent writer for zintro. I am looking for your expert opinion on the question below and a written response that is one to three paragraphs. Your response may be used in an article that i will write and post on the zintro blog site. If your response is used, you will be named in the article and a link to your expert profile will be included. Your contribution is voluntary and provides you with a great marketing opportunity to get your name and expert opinion published. Here is a sample blog: http://blog.Zintro.Com/ question: germany just announced that it is closing all of its nuclear power plants by 2022. Experts think that the country will move toward filling the energy gap with renewable energy. What do you think? Will the technology be advanced enough by then? What needs to happen in the meantime and will other countries follow suit? If you are interested, please send me your response via znotes in the next day or two. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you. Maureen aylward

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    Douglas |Consultant

    Also note that as of June 1st, 2011, Germany’s solar industry is to be subjected to four subsidy cut...

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    Ib |Principal Consultant and Founder

    Maureen, Good to hear from you again. Nuclear power serves as base load on the grid, meaning that it...

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    Alexander |Managing director

    Yes, Germany has proven to step forward in renewable energy fast enough. Especially wind-turbines, f...

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Utilities Industry

I am looking for a trainer who has expertise in the utilities industry. Please send me your contact details to my email address. Thank you.

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    John |Founder

    *****...

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    David |Principle

    What areas are you looking for training? I have 20+ years in the industry, including over 10 traini...

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    Griffith |Managing Partner

    I have four decades of experience serving the global utility industry in positions of increasing res...

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Molten Salt Infrared Heating System For Energy Storage

I am about to start building a 2 gw energy plant in mexico looking to store energy into molten salt. We live in cozumel island méxico, hot weather year round. Is it possible to heat molten salt for energy storage with infrared heating system? Our plant is planned to develop into phases 250/500/750/1000/1250/1500/1750/2000 kw, our energy storage should also be built on modules. Looking to produce energy from aolic, steam, hcpv, stirling. Energy storage molten salt. Need advise on infrared molten salt heating system. Otherwise can use help with alternative heating systems. I am looking for an expert that could work for us contract or partnership schema.

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    Ronald |Director

    you should try a solar thermal collector field if there is abundant sunshine or else you can add in ...

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    Ib |Principal Consultant and Founder

    Infrared *****d limit your ***** the surface and in. If would be better and more energ...

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    Shrisha |Professor and Research Consultant

    I am not aware of molten salt itself (as opposed to molten salt *****) being used to store energ...

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State Policy Development

We are looking for experts in the following fields: - oil and gas (upstream) - petrochem and natural gas chemistry - coal industry - perspective technologies and innovations in energy sector - human capital development in energy sector we are looking for people preferably with experience in state policy development, strategy planning in business functions or extensive consulting experience in mentioned industries.

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    Colleen |President

    Hello, I worked on many of these issues for a Governor and am familiar with the various Governors' o...

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    Shem |Principal, CEO

    Regards, interested in learning more, bring extensive and notable experience in *****ning, ...

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    Masoud |Managing Director

    I would like to offer my professional services for the Human Capital Development in Energy Sector. I...

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Performance Management Expert - Water Utilities

We require a qualified and experienced senior program manager with 15+ year of expertise in performance management of large organization. He should have hands on experience with project/program management experience as well as significant demonstrable expertise in water utility, key account customer management and has both technical and commercial expertise to derive implementation of innovative ideas for enhancing revenue and customer satisfaction / service delivery. This person must have strategic level management and business development expertise to guide senior management of regional pmos for managing strategic initiatives and change. Following are the minimum criteria requirement: a. Graduate degree in finance/ engineering/ business studies and mba from a reputed university. B. 15 years’ experience in managing and driving strategic programs to support transformation. C. Language knowledge of english and arabic d. Knowledge of program and project methodologies/tools e. Pmi and/or apm accreditation is preferred. F. Ability to conduct deep dive sessions with company management based on the analytics of leading and lagging business performance indicators. G. Ability to influence senior staff and department heads in managing change and results. H. Ability to engage senior management staff in defining their individualized performance scorecards and assist them in cascading. I. Ability to define kpis, targets, and monitoring system. J. Ability to identify and influence the factors / root causes that are impacting performance. The scope of work is a consultancy to run and manage the strategy function and enterprise program management office down to the project level, mainly across 3 functions of the client: a. Epmo support (managing strategic programs) b. Performance management c. Develop functional scorecards regards saurabh

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    Electric Utilities

    I'm in the process of setting up a new commercial account with an electric utility in virginia. Need help understanding and negotiating the various terms, costs, etc.

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      John |CEO

      We would be happy to talk to you about your needs. When would be a good time to connect?...

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      Ido |GreenVH owner, Youcos CEO

      Hi, I'm an expert in the field of electric vehicles, are you interested? Thanks...

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      Stephen |Principle Chemical Engineer

      i worked at large electric utility for 30 years. I am a chemical engineer with emphasis on coal qua...

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    Coal And Gas Executive Reports

    We are looking for a researcher who is willing to provide a 1-2 power point slides covering the fields or details listed below. The report will be part of the ceo briefing material that gets sent out on a monthly basis. However, there's unavoidable irregularity in the nature of the work. The main audience of the report is the ceo and the executives in all departments, therefore, the r&d department reviews the topics each month. Simply put, the process is as follows: 1. [1st week] researcher proposes specific topics (in the fields listed below) 2. [2nd week] hq receives the topics and chooses the topics that will be relevant and valuable for the company 3. [3rd week] researcher composes the report (1-2 executive summary type powerpoint slides) 4. [4th week] hq reviews the report and offer comments which will be attached on the report as the report must be sent out at the end of each month, the process time sensitive. And the researcher's topics will have to be reviewed first before the actual report is generated (this is what we meant about irregularity) compensation will be discussed later, but the compensation happens on a 'per-report' basis as the researcher may not be providing reports every month (although possible). 1. Sng → details of dakota sng plant has already been gained. - information regarding development status of shale gas is required, as one of the main issues for sng business is the market price of lng (such price would directly be affected by production of shale gas). - amount of production, recent development status (reduction in production amount due to low oil prices) and forecast for future developments. 2. Coal chemistry business - recent development status of ccu technology would be useful (including chemical/biological conversion, use of supercritical co2 and other newly developed technologies). Comment → along with underground co2 storage technology, utilization for enhanced oil recovery also needs be excluded from the research, since it would only be applicable to an area near oilfields. 3. Mg plate - u.S. Automakers’ maker mg plate part development status - mena(mel n.America entity) business and tech. Development strategy thank you, michael

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      Nuclear Energy

      I work as a research analyst for zintro, and am compiling an article about the impact of the japanese nuclear crisis. I am looking for expert feedback to the following question: question: how will the japanese nuclear power plant disaster impact the future of the nuclear energy industry? The purpose of this article (which will be posted on zintro's blog) is to promote zintro experts in this space. Would you be interested in participating (there is no charge for doing so)? If interested, please comment on the above question asap by znote. Thanks. --danielle

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        Margaret |Energy Consultant

        This is Margaret Harding. I have 30 years of experience in the nuclear industry and have been active...

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        Larry |Consultant

        Hi Danielle, I'd like to help you....

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        Jeff |Division Manager/Environmental Engineer

        Danielle, I'd be very willing to assist you in your request for information. I have seven years e...

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