We detail the political and demographic trends behind Colorado’s shift from oil and gas and show how they are being replicated in Texas.
One of the most surprising calls I received after I left my job running the Colorado Oil and Gas Association was from a retired oil and gas executive. He cut
The Both True series has been laying out big challenges for North America’s oil and gas industry. No challenge is more daunting than the growing economic and political relevance of
Colorado’s population is increasingly dominated by the 24- to 34-year-old age group. In this series, where we are looking at what we can learn from Colorado’s 10-year transition from a reliably
We at Adamantine Energy had a front row seat for Colorado’s quick transition from a reliably red state with a track record of supporting oil and gas development to the
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 non-resident Fellow at the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University.
When you’re explaining, you’re losing. And we’re explaining. Worse, our lawyers are explaining. The Administration’s roll back of the deeply unpopular (among industry) oil and gas methane rules may look
I hear you! Readers have let me know that it’s frustrating that the industry has to think, talk, and engage on climate differently.
I used to run a state oil and gas trade association, so I can tell you firsthand that our job was to take tough policy positions so our companies didn’t