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 will host its annual Energy Summit™ on Wednesday, October 21, at the Energy, Coast & Environment Building on the LSU campus.
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 Center for Energy Studies is now accepting applications for its three scholarships. The application deadline for the fall semester is June 29, 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.
On February 18, LSU’s Office of Research and Economic Development, with Communications and University Relations, launched an initiative to promote the University’s considerable breadth and depth of energy-related research.
David Dismukes, CES executive director, presented "Energy Prices and the Outlook for the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale," to the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge, Wednesday, January 28, 2015.
At a meeting of the Clean Cities Coalition on November 5, 2014, David Dismukes, executive director, LSU Center for Energy Studies, provided an overview of the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan, or CPP.
WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., Chair of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources announced that the Senate passed her United States-Israel Energy Cooperation Enhancement legislation. The bill, which passed the Committee in December, was included as part of the broad, bipartisan United States-Israel Strategic Partnership Act.
The LSU School of the Coast & Environment's Department of Environmental Sciences, the LSU Department of Chemical Engineering, the LSU Office of Research & Economic Development, with support from major chemical companies sponsored a one-day workshop addressing the challenges and research needs for long-term sustainability of the chemical industry.
The LSU Law Center presents "Emerging Issues at the Intersection of Energy and Water" October 3 at the LSU Law Center McKernan Law Auditorium.