Two Pittsburgh CEO’s Make Their Very Different Pitches For Why The World Needs More Gas
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
December 8, 2021
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter Anya Litvak covered Nick DeIuliis’ speech at the 2021 Developing Unconventional Gas (DUG) East Conference.
“Mr. DeIuliis, who spoke from the podium at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center as a slideshow of his quotes and tweets cycled on screens behind him, hasn’t been shy about ‘the left’s campaign to destroy America.’ That’s also the subtitle of his upcoming book, ‘The Precipice,’ and a recurring theme on his personal website and his weekly podcast,” writes Litvak. “He believes that, for various reasons, there are people vilifying the natural gas industry, hyping carbon reductions and rooting for the demise of everyone in the room.
“According to Mr. DeIuliis, people who are under attack and don’t even realize it include: the people of Appalachia, specifically small-business owners, the middle class, and those living in poor urban and rural areas; and people in the energy industry — ‘the real energy industry in natural gas and midstream, not the make-believe energy industry of so-called renewables and subsidy and zero-carbon mythology.’
“And those attacking them are companies that profit from efforts to ‘tackle climate change,’ politicians who need to fill holes in budgets, and the zealots who want to eradicate the industry.”
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