Important Announcement: PTS Advance becomes a HUDDL3 Group company

  PTS Advance is pleased to announce it is now a Huddl3 Group company, seeing an injection of new leadership talent and resources. With this announcement, PTS Advance is excited to announce a number of leadership appointments and changes that are now in full effect. Dustin House has been hired as Executive Vice President for… Read More »

Finding & Securing The Perfect Job: A Candidate’s Guide

2020 has certainly been an interesting year and has brought about uncertainty for many, on various fronts. It is at this time some may feel a little anxious on the job search front. At PTS Advance we understand this and have put together a guide for candidates on how to best find and secure the… Read More »

Hurricane Preparedness Checklist: Ensure you are not caught off guard!

As we are nearing the peak of the ‘Hurricane Season’ in those states where hurricane activity is rife, we would like to urge everyone to be prepared, stocking up on needed items, and preparing your hurricane kit should a hurricane strike. Please ensure you are prepared by downloading the below Hurricane Preparedness checklist here. Be… Read More »

Postponing turnarounds until 2021? – Things you should consider:

As many businesses continue to feel the impacts brought about by COVID-19 during 2020, there is a lot of industry discussion surrounding turnarounds that have been postponed until 2021. Although 2021 may seem like a long time from now, there is significant planning and sourcing that will be required to ensure these turnarounds are completed… Read More »

Finally, California Residents Get a Real WIN From SCAQMD

The South Coast Air Quality Management District’s Republican-controlled refinery committee voted 3-2 to support an industry-backed alternative plan rather than the proposed all-out ban the committee had been considering earlier this year. The newly adopted plan directs agency staff to develop agreements with refineries in Torrance and Wilmington that would allow them to keep using… Read More »

Californians Need to Follow Australian Voters Who Reset Their Demand for Reliable & Affordable Electricity

Australian taxpayers forked out more than $320,000 for a Climate Week conference, where the former US vice president “communicated the urgency of the climate crisis”. The fear and scare tactics continue: What was formerly “global warming” and then “climate change”, is now a “climate crisis”.  Green/Labor brought in heavy hitter and Al Gore to “train”… Read More »

The Green New Deal’s Epic Transportation and Commerce Fail

Electricity has its limitations about being able to energize (no pun intended) the societies around the world to support worldwide transportation which is the basis of international commerce. Let’s take a closer look at a few deficiencies of intermittent renewable electricity from wind turbines and solar panels as its obvious that any “super grid” of… Read More »

A Moral Case for Zero Emission Electricity for All

Almost half the world — over three billion people — live on less than $2.50 a day. At least 80% of humanity lives on less than $10 a day. More than 80 percent of the world’s population lives in countries where income differentials are widening. In 2005, the wealthiest 20% of the world accounted for… Read More »

Sorry Kids—the Next Energy Alternative is Not Here Yet

The term “renewable energy” in most cases does not refer to energy in its totality, but just “electricity.” Wind and solar farms can only produce electricity, and even that is intermittent, needing the wind to blow or the sun to shine, or both, continually from Oslo in the North to Christchurch in the Southern Hemisphere.… Read More »

California Democrats Fail to Denounce the Egregious Proliferation of Child Labor in the EV Supply Chain

The “elephant” in the room of rechargeable batteries is the EV.  The, Tesla battery weighs in excess of 1,000 pounds, while the iPhone battery is only 0.026kg. California already has 50% of the EV’s in America. To meet former California Gov. Jerry Brown’s executive orders to push the state toward having 5 million electric cars… Read More »