Tuesday, December 3, 2019 – A Denver company has come up with an intriguing idea for the oil patch. To help energy producers end the flaring of natural gas, why not use that gas to power computers -- onsite server farms that could use a source of inexpensive power. Here to tell us about this novel idea is the founder and president of Crusoe Energy Systems is Cully Cavness. ~~~ The F5 Project works to change the lives of prisoners, helping prepare them to break the cycle of crime and foster reunification with family. They also help with the transition from confinement by assisting with housing, employment, socialization and transportation. Here with an update on the organization is Jen Troska, director of development, and Lenard Wells, re-entry peer support.