“CNX Resources Corp. CEO Nicholas J. DeIuliis on Thursday took aim at policies including the Paris Accord and the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative as well as potential ‘ESG investing gone awry’ that have hampered the natural gas industry, slowed its access to capital markets and made the energy crisis worse.,” reports the Pittsburgh Business Times’ Paul Gough following CNX Resources’ first-quarter 2002 earnings conference call.
“DeIuliis has over the past several years been increasingly vocal in his advocacy for energy and manufacturing, particularly in the Pittsburgh region. He put the blame on policies that have kept the energy industry from being able to grow the way it should, creating prosperity as well as affordable energy costs and straining the security and reliability of the grid. He said the industry, through policies like RGGI, the Paris Accord and ideology, has been “deliberately handcuffed.'”
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