Inside this episode:
I interview Raquel Clement, the Chairperson for the Blockchain for Energy consortium. Through industry collaboration and market innovation, Blockchain For Energy is reinventing the oil and gas industry’s workflow process by building a forward-thinking community that creates inventive ways of leveraging blockchain technology to maximize efficiencies, reduce costs, improve timelines, and drive industry transformation through collective synergies.
In this episode we cover:
- How & why the Blockchain for Energy consortium was formed.
- We discuss what problems the Blockchain for Energy members have already solved by using blockchain.
- How they plan on using blockchain to solve ESG problems, especially on the environmental side of ESG.
The Blockchain for Energy member’s currently include Chevon, ConocoPhillips, Hess, ExxonMobil, Pioneer, Resol, WesternGeco, and Worley.
If you’re interested in learning more or joining the Blockchain for Energy consortium, please visit https://www.blockchainforenergy.net/.
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Raquel and her team currently steward digital innovation and software applications to enable production, operation, transformation, and delivery of Chevron’s produced molecules from the wellhead to the end user markets.
Raquel also represents Chevron as a member of the Board of Directors for the Blockchain For Energy Consortium. In 1997 she joined Texaco in Venezuela, supporting Downstream and Upstream operations. In 2005 she transferred to the US where she served in a variety of leadership roles including: LNG commercialization analyst, On-shore Production Operations Engineering, Process Safety Management and Performance Improvement/Lean Sigma Management. She earned her BA in mechanical engineering from Universidad del Zulia (Venezuela), and her MBA from Rice University. She is happily married, enjoys outdoors activities, flamenco, opera, and community services.
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