Wednesday, April 6 @ 6 p.m. in the Rotunda Lobby of the LSU Energy, Coast & Environment Building.
What will the world's energy mix look like in 2035? Where is the growth in demand and supply going to come from? How and at what pace will renewables continue to grow? How does this all impact Louisiana? Join the LSU Center for Energy Studies and Grow Louisiana Coalition for answers to these pressing questions and more as part of the "Energy Outlook 2035: The Global Energy Industry and Its Impact on Louisiana," on Tuesday, 15 March 2016, noon-1:30 p.m.
The South Louisiana Chapter of the Women’s Energy Network (WEN) has volunteered to help start a student chapter of WEN on the LSU campus for students in law, business, engineering, geology or any other energy-related field.
In a new Center for Energy Studies white paper, Gregory Upton, CES assistant professor, analyzes the potential economic implications of the removal of the export ban on crude oil. The study, titled “Crude Oil Exports and the Louisiana Economy: A discussion of U.S. policy of restricting crude oil exports and its implications for Louisiana,” takes into account implications of the ban in light of the recent shale boom, which has created historic increases in oil and gas production and has prompted Congress to consider whether the export ban is still in the best interest of the nation.
Greg Upton, CES assistant professor, will discuss "Energy, Economics, and the Environment," Saturday, Oct. 31, in Room 130 Nicholson Hall.
The LSU Center for Energy Studies is seeking a motivated graduate or undergraduate student in business or marketing to develop and execute a series of marketing plans for a range of energy-related products and services.
Wei-Hsung Wang, professor at the Center for Energy Studies and director of the LSU Radiation Safety Office, was elected fellow of the Health Physics Society at its 60th annual meeting awards banquet in Indianapolis on July 14, 2015. The honor is limited to less than one-half of one percent of the society’s members.
The LSU Center for Energy Studies will host its annual Energy Summit™ on Wednesday, October 21, at the Energy, Coast & Environment Building on the LSU campus.
Cartographers with the Louisiana Geological Survey at LSU have won “Best of Category in the Recreational/Travel Map Category” in this year’s Cartography and Geographic Information Society (CaGIS) Map Competition. Lisa Pond and Robert Paulsell’s “Bayou Teche Paddle Trail and Historical and Cultural Map” took the prestigious honor at the 42nd CaGIS Map Design Competition, for maps created in 2014, at Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland, March 7, 2015.
The Center will co-host a one-day workshop titled "Gulf Coast Disaster Readiness: A Past, Present and Future Look at Power and Industry Readiness in MISO South" on Tuesday, August 18, 2015.
The Louisiana Alternative Fuels Conference & Expo will be held May 22, 2015, at the Capitol Park Welcome Center in downtown Baton Rouge.
In the presentation "Deepwater Cost Estimation & Removal Forecast in the Gulf of Mexico," CES Professor Mark Kaiser provides an analysis of decommissioning costs in the Gulf of Mexico.
CES Executive Director David Dismukes gave the keynote address at the "Industry on the Move: What's Next?" event Tuesday, May 5, 2015.
CES Executive Director David Dismukes will be the featured speaker at the LSU Science Café on Tuesday, April 28, 5-7 p.m. at Chelsea's. He will give an update on some of the most pressing issues pertaining to the state’s energy industry.
In early March, faculty representing all five of LSU’s research campuses were awarded grants totaling $500,000 through the LIFT2 Grant Program. More than $71,000 was awarded in support of energy-related research.