The Southern Gas Association (SGA) has issued the second of its exclusive three-part series on how natural gas industry companies can reduce their social risk. Social risk, according to series author Tisha Schuller of Adamantine Energy, is defined as the combined political, policy and community factors that could delay, increase costs or stop a natural gas project.
In the first installment, Schuller noted how “new fronts have opened up in the energy and environment debates – and they are gaining traction independently and in concert. Three headwinds could dramatically increase your company’s social risk.”
In Part 2, Schuller provides insights on how natural gas companies can act today to turn social risk into an operational advantage. Part 3 will be distributed by SGA in January.