November was a blur of election strangeness. But once the dust settled, we can plainly see that the oil and gas march to net-zero targets continues to accelerate. This trend matters because your investors, employees, and stakeholders will ask about your company’s approach to net zero and your company’s role in the energy future.
Both These Things Are True
If you, like me, are still scrolling through email today, you’re hoping to check easy things off your list.
Try this: List three things you’re grateful for.
I’ve been doing this more or less every day — at the suggestion of Anne, one of my Adamantine colleagues — for the better part of a year. The idea is to give thanks for the non-obvious.
In early 2019, I spit-shined my crystal ball and then wrote what seemed like a bunch of crazy stuff born from desperation. My desperation was prompted by the realization that nothing we in oil and gas were doing was working to win over hearts and minds to the importance of oil and gas.
Tisha Schuller is an energy policy thought leader, specializing in oil and gas. She serves as Strategic Advisor to Stanford University's Natural Gas Initiative and is a member of the National Petroleum Council, an advisory board to the Secretary of Energy under both the Obama and Trump administrations.
Spotlight on: Climate
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