Seasoned Radio Show Host, JB Yowell aka Bryan Blue, Launches CrudeWords Radio Show and Podcast Educating Listeners about the Oil & Gas Industry
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Fort Worth, Texas – Serial entrepreneur and radio show personality, JB Yowell, will be launching CrudeWords radio show and podcast, which is a culmination of Yowell’s 20 years experience in the oil business and educating listeners on the ins and outs of the oil and gas industry.
JB Yowell or Jeremy Yowell, he goes by both names, started his path in the oil business in 2001 working for an independent oil and gas operator as a fundraiser. Throughout his many years in the business, Yowell has encountered the oil business from all facets, including creating two oil companies from the ground up and selling his last company, Yohawk Energy, in early 2017 to Harris Energy Partners. “The oil business, by nature, is a speculative industry. Unless familiar, someone could easily get involved in the wrong deal with the wrong people, which is why CrudeWords will be the go-to resource for anyone who wants to participate in oil and gas opportunities. The more informed you are the better your decisions will be.” says JB Yowell.
Yowell, along with Correspondent Host, Brett Kroh, of Kroh Exploration, will be interviewing oil and gas executives, personalities, investors, geologists, and engineers, along with a variety of industry titans, which should make for informational and entertaining content. Yowell recognizes the oil business has had many highs and lows which will be discussed on CrudeWords along with practical experience Yowell has had in the industry, which gives the program more validity.
When asked what has been his single high and single low thus far in this industry, Yowell replied, “My most memorable high was the first load of oil I made from the first oil well I bought called the Meridith, located in Young County, TX. My low was when I got a call from the Texas Securities Board about a deal I was a consultant on with Woodland Resources, learning that the CEO didn’t properly disclose his prior troubles with the SEC. We got slapped with a cease and desist/unregistered broker citation. After their investigation, they quickly realized I had nothing to do with the organizational side of the offering. I was removed from the investigation and cooperated with them. Luckily, Woodland Resources settled and no criminal or bad actor judgements were issued. However, it sucks to have your name tied to something that was out of your control.”
CrudeWords will be broadcast on AM and FM radio stations across the country along with hosting a podcast. Please visit crudewords.com to learn when the first episode airs and which guests will be on the show.