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February 29 | Lessons Learned from Oil and Gas

Tammy will highlight the dynamic interaction between public perception, government policies, and the challenges posed by a shifting public opinion and media narratives, all against the backdrop of economic realities. Do our industries have similarities? If so, what lessons can we learn?


Dr. Tammy Nemeth, originally from Saskatchewan, is a strategic energy and ESG analyst based in the UK. Her company ESG2 Insight offers bespoke research, analysis, and insights to help organizations understand the overlapping challenges of Energy, Security, Geopolitics and Environmental, Social, Governance — ESG2.

Dr. Nemeth has a PhD in history from the University of British Columbia and was the editor and book review editor of the global H-Net H-Energy discussion network for 13 years. She has also served as a peer reviewer for academic presses and journals. Dr. Nemeth was a guest lecturer at a university in Germany, where she taught on the geopolitics of energy and the environment, and has published articles and book chapters on Canadian and international energy issues. She has been honoured twice by the Petroleum History Society for her research and writing. Dr. Nemeth is the author of the contextual report and its supplement, “A New Global Paradigm,” for the Public Inquiry into Anti-Alberta Energy Campaigns or the Allan Inquiry. Last year, she wrote the report Counting Carbon Molecules, an analysis of the International Sustainability Standards Board’s (ISSB) proposed Sustainability and Climate-Related financial disclosures.  Dr. Nemeth is a frequent contributor to The Financial Post and Calgary Herald,  hosts a podcast discussing issues around climate change and the hydrocarbon industry called “The Nemeth Report”, and joins an international weekly discussion of current events on The Energy Transition Podcast.