Enter an unexpected antagonist (or is it protagonist?): EPA’s draft methane rule. How your company should respond depends on how the states you operate in decide to act.
Insights: Energy Regulation and Policy
At first glance, it may seem as if investors are pumping the brakes on climate proposals, but hawkeyed executives will recognize that activist investors are finding innovative ways to pressure companies and drive change.
All policy strategies based on partisanship inevitably become dated and irrelevant, like poor Fonzie when he jumped the shark. Game-changing leaders make their political strategies shark-proof (resilient) by being proactive, bipartisan, measured, and deliberately long-game.
2021 ended with a whimper for the budget reconciliation package that Democrats had hoped to finish before the holidays. In this edition of Both True, I give you what to watch for regarding federal policy in 2022 — a year that begins with Democrats hoping to resuscitate their climate agenda and the midterm election season moving into full swing.
Oil and gas are the lifeblood of North America’s economies – moving goods and people – and empowering our way of life. As I came
It’s easy to get caught up in the political polarization around climate and carbon policy. Nevertheless, your company needs to keep tabs on the macro
One of the challenges of writing Both of These Things Are True is that the prescriptions for the new realities facing energy companies require such bold action.