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Jay Bhatty


Houston, TX

Member Since October 2023


I am the CEO and founder of, a company that provides automation software for the oil and gas industry. I grew up in India, where chronic energy shortages were part of my childhood. These experiences sparked my interest in the challenges we face in a constantly evolving energy landscape. I founded as a unique proposition to apply technology to the process of energy transportation. As an energy industry veteran, I bring a wealth of experience in trading and managing a complex portfolio of energy derivatives and physical products. Before starting, I was vice president of energy trading at J.P. Morgan and held roles at NRG Energy and Mercuria. I have an MBA from Cornell University and a certification as a chartered financial analyst (CFA).

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20 tips for business leaders trying to attract their target audience

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Industry experts share top tips to make your mark in business and continue to move ahead. When your brand is competing in a saturated market, it's important to figure out how to stand out from other businesses. But it's not about being the loudest voice online or placing out-of-home advertisements. Standing out is most effective when leaders do their research to understand who they are talking to and what will resonate with their audience. Below, 20 Fast Company Executive Board members each provide one successful tactic for reaching the right audience and staying visible in a crowded market without being spammy or offensively persistent.

Why AI software is a game changer for productivity in the energy industry


Fast Company Executive Board member Jay Bhatty encourages leaders to adopt a startup mindset when implementing generative AI tools.

18 ways for introverts to communicate more effectively on the job

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Here are key strategies to grow in confidence and strengthen business relationships.  Contrary to popular belief, a successful, savvy business person is not necessarily always the biggest extrovert in the room. Improving your active listening skills and post-meeting communication strategies also play a part in capturing the attention of peers or direct reports regularly. This is key to building stronger team relationships.  By leaning into what makes them a little different from their outspoken counterparts, introverts are likely to have a positive impact in their place of business. If you're an introvert in the workplace and unsure about how to leverage your "superpower" as a reserved business professional who wants to get ahead, below, 18 experts from Fast Company Executive Board offer their tips on how to build your comfort level in engaging with others and being an effective communicator.

What have you learned from a leading businesswoman at work? 

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It's Women's Entrepreneurship Day! This year, WEDO celebrates 10 years of its mission to empower more women in leadership.  Across a broad range of industries, women in leadership pour mentorship and guidance into developing their direct mentees or encouraging their colleagues to make sound business decisions—positively impacting the recipients' lives and future careers for the better.  However, in the marketplace, it is not uncommon for women (no matter what level they have reached in their field of interest) to experience "imposter syndrome." If left unchecked, this mindset can hinder their potential growth and success in the short and long term. Instead, the key is for them to boldly redefine their narrative and career path before someone else does. Women's Entrepreneurship Day Organization (WEDO) was founded by Wendy Diamond in 2013. To mark its 10-year milestone, 20 experts from Fast Company Executive Board share the best advice they've ever received from a successful woman in business.

Company details

Company bio is a software company specializing in automation services for the oil and gas industry. Our software streamlines the entire gas nominations process from start to finish, providing automation across transportation, logistics, automation and digital labor. With our centralized dashboard, clients can eliminate manual data entry, simplify repetitive tasks, automatically receive scheduled quantities from pipelines and get critical, real-time notices about pipeline availability.