A very personal story of how an (accidental) environmentalist (Tisha Schuller) became CEO of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association (industry representation group). Personal trials and tribulations mingle with the brutal role as CEO of COGA in the peak anti-fracing public movement.
A book about values, leadership, empathy and about the value of energy, specifically O&G in our modern societies. The book is often quite parochial to the microcosm of its local politics, but the conclusions are of global significance. Superb book a bit marred by a ton of typos and poor editing, but that’s trivial compared to the story and the message.