On this episode Will Cauley (Region Service Delivery Technical Manager at Baker Hughes) joins us and we chat about his background and how he pursued a Mechanical Engineering degree at LSU and joined the oilfield working offshore in his first role. These days it’s rare to see someone with such long tenure at a company, but Will has over 18 years at Baker Hughes and we discuss his various roles he has taken throughout his career. From working offshore, to being at the table during the Macondo incident, to relocating from Houma, to Houston, to Houma, to Denver and back to Houston. We discuss what the energy transition means to him, as well as what it means to emerging countries trying to raise their “energy poverty levels”. I really enjoyed hearing his outlook on change being a natural part of life, and how to engage in those conversations that relate to energy transition.