Savannah Bush is a research analyst, supporting Adamantine’s trend-monitoring and analysis activities, strategy development, and project execution. Her perspective is shaped by a depth of experience in energy economics, data-driven market analysis, and upstream oil and gas operations. Prior to joining Adamantine, Savannah served as a natural gas pricing analyst at S&P Global’s Platts, where she authored data-driven analysis of natural gas market landscapes and calculated daily and forward price assessments to provide transparency to energy and commodity markets. In college, Savannah spent two years interning with BP, conducting field environmental analysis, and developed a geographic information systems (GIS)–based mobile application designed to provide real-time asset data in the event of an emergency spill. Savannah engages in the public sphere by speaking at conferences, working to encourage novel recruiting and retention strategies while representing the youngest generation of the energy industry. Savannah holds two bachelor’s degrees, in business administration and environmental science, from Emory University, where she played on the varsity volleyball team and conducted research with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. In her free time, Savannah enjoys honing her photography skills and continuing her search for the best tacos in Houston.