With the rise of millennials as a formidable social force, the effectiveness of anti-oil-and-gas activism and the growing attention paid to environmental justice, the oil and gas sector’s old playbook to simply "educate and engage" the public must be thrown out and replaced with a more proactive and constructive mindset, according to Adamantine Energy Founding CEO Tisha Schuller.
Schuller, who previously served as president and CEO of the Colorado Oil & Gas Association, joined the podcast for a conversation with S&P Global Commodity Insights senior reporter Bill Holland about fundamentally changing the way the oil and gas industry engages with a skeptical public.
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