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Attention Talk-show Hosts and Producers

When Energy is in the news, Marita Noon should be on your show!


What Hosts Say About Marita Noon:

“Marita Noon is fluent in all energy matters—whether it be oil, gas, coal, or nuclear—and the government policy surrounding energy extraction or generation, distribution and/or use. Because she’s on top of the news and always has fresh insights, I have her on my show on a regular basis. Her limited-government/free-market perspective is perfect for my audience. Her enthusiasm for energy makes her a great guest who is easy to schedule and who can flex with the flow of the show. She is the only content expert I am aware of who fills this unique niche.”
Andy Caldwell, host of the Andy Caldwell Show—California’s Central Coast

“Marita Noon is articulate, knowledgeable and an experienced show host herself and would be an excellent guest to discuss ‘energy in the news’ for any program across America.” 
Terry Lowry, host of the What’s UP Radio Program—Texas.

“Much of our radio audience is located directly inside the oil patch of Southeast New Mexico. We are so fortunate to have Marita as my frequent guest to keep our listeners informed about what’s going on in the energy sector–which is so important to jobs in this market. She’s also an extremely talented guest in that she can roll with time constraints and knows exactly how to get to the point and make the information understandable to our listeners. She knows what she’s talking about and can deliver it in an entertaining and informative manner.”
Tim Keithley, host of New Mexico in the Morning, MTD Radio: KRUI/KWMW/KTUM/KIDX/KNMB—New Mexico

“When I have a segment on my show relating to energy or the lack of, I call Marita Noon.  She is very knowledgeable and personable and an asset to my program.  I highly recommend her.”
Zeb Bell, host of Zeb at the Ranch, #1 rated talk show—Idaho

“If you are a Talk Show Host or Producer I am going to tell you straight out, I caution recommending Marita as a Guest for your show. I have her on my show regularly, she does her homework, she’s is truly entertaining when talking about energy and she knows how to hold your listeners interest. So here it is, once you book her on your show, you are going to want her as a regular and then I am going to find myself standing in a longer line than what’s she has already created for being “America’s voice for energy.”
Chuck Wilder, Host CRN Radio Network

Marita Noon is a guest you’ll want to back time-and-time again. As a weekly columnist writing on energy issues, she is always on top of the news. Addressing energy with a limited-government/free-market perspective, she champions energy that is effective, efficient, and economic. Her unique niche is energy, policy and the economic impact.

Marita is happy to take calls from listeners—even those who don’t agree with her opinions. Her depth of knowledge can easily fill an hour-long show, but she’s equally effective for short segments. Because she’s steeped in her topic, Marita doesn’t need prep time and is happy to be called upon with short notice.

Her energetic style and quick wit make her a delightful talk-show guest.

 to Marita on some of her most recent media appearances.

  more about Marita Noon.

 the topic she’s talking about this week.




Additional experts available

Because of her involvement in a variety of aspects of energy—from production to policy—Marita has a cadre of experts who she calls upon for insights for her writing and as guests on her own radio show: America’s Voice for Energy. These same experts are available to you!

Some of the topics they address are climate change, gasoline prices, energy development, hydraulic fracturing, electricity generation, refining, and many more. Some of these experts are engineers, meteorologists and/or climatologists, policy wonks and/or politicos, economists—even astronauts. Let us know what you are looking for and we’ll do our best to help you find the right guest.

E. Calvin Beisner, Ph.D.,
Founder & National Spokesman, The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation
Environmental stewardship, economic development for underdeveloped nations, and the gospel of Jesus Christ

E. Calvin Beisner, Ph.D., is Founder and National Spokesman of The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation, a network of some 60 evangelical Christian scholars including natural scientists, economists, and theologians working to promote Biblical earth stewardship, economic development for the poor, and the proclamation and defense of the gospel of Jesus Christ. A former associate professor of historical theology and social ethics (Knox Theological Seminary, 2000—2008) and of interdisciplinary studies (Covenant College, 1992—2000), he is the author of a dozen books and thousands of articles, has spoken for churches, colleges, schools, and conferences around North America, Europe, Africa, and Asia, and has testified as an expert witness on the ethics and economics of climate and energy policy before committees of the United States Senate and House of Representatives.


Harold H. Doiron, PhD,
The Right Climate Stuff Research Team
Climate simulation models, climate sensitivity to atmospheric CO2 and other greenhouse gases

Dr. Hal Doiron is the retired VP, Engineering Analysis and Test Division, of InDyne, Inc. He holds a BS Physics degree from The University of Louisiana-Lafayette (1963), and MS and PhD degrees in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Houston (1967, 1970). As a retired rocket scientist, he currently provides consulting services to NASA and private companies developing new launch vehicles.

His experience with complex systems dynamic simulation models used for safety-critical applications, led him to organize The Right Climate Stuff (TRCS) Research Team of NASA Apollo Program veterans, in an independent, objective review of the global warming issue. This team has published several reports on their website: and have made presentations at numerous climate conferences and other technical forums documenting their research conclusions regarding un-reliable climate simulation models and low climate sensitivity to atmospheric CO2 and other Greenhouse Gases determined from their analysis of actual physical data. This team’s motto, as it was during their long NASA careers, is: “In God We Trust, All Others Bring Data”. The available physical data indicate no cause for the present alarm regarding unrestricted use of fossil fuels.

More on Dr. Doiron’s career and experience can be found at: LinkedIn

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