November 16, 2011

Energy Industry's Jeckyll-Hyde Reputation

Marc Henry, Calgary Herald


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Reputation is very much like a shadow cast on the sidewalk. It’s a reflection — sometimes distorted and sometimes not – of what we are and do. And reputations matter. No matter if you are an individual, government or corporation, a reputation can ease or constrain your ability to act.

Consider the case of the energy industry, and its increasingly “split personality” in the public’s mind.



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