A new video describes the Center for Energy Studies' mission, organizational makeup, and research focus.
Technological advances in drilling and related environmental issues will be the topics of the Gulf States Energy Retreat, presented by the LSU Center for Energy Studies and Jones Walker law firm, June 20 and 21.
The following video, prepared for the CMI 20th Anniversary Symposium, held April 23, 2012, summarizes just a few of the Center for Energy Studies’ CMI projects. Click here to view the video.
David Dismukes, CES associate executive director, participated in a Manhattan Institute panel discussion titled "Keeping the Lights On: What Role for Coal and Nuclear" March 1 at the Princeton Club in New York City.
20th Anniversary Symposium
Monday, April 23, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Legacy lawsuits, environmental cases based on claims occurring, in some instances, several decades in the past, have contributed to a significant decrease in conventional Louisiana drilling activity that has resulted in near term economic losses and could have longer term implications for the state’s mineral revenue collections. The Center for Energy Studies has released a report profiling the economic impacts of the decreased activity.
Environmental historian Jason Theriot will present "Building America's Energy Corridor: Pipelines, Wetlands, and the Breaux Act" on Monday, January 30, at 4:00 in the Holliday Forum of the Journalism Building.
"Innovation and Technology: Meeting the Energy Demand Challenge"
Dr. Tim Barckholtz
Monday, 17 October 2011 at 1:30 p.m.
Unconventional Louisiana: Shales, Sands, and Other Opportunities
As part of its legislatively mandated mission to investigate, describe, and map the geology of the state, the Louisiana Geological Survey has published two documents in its new State Parks and Lands publication series, as well as two new geologic maps of south Louisiana’s delta plain.
Louisiana Geological Survey has published its 2011 Publication Catalog. M
The conference will focus on new technology development and research from 29 RPSEA-funded research projects, including safety procedures, measurements, damage identification and remediation of corrosion and blockage in flowlines using autonomous remote control vehicles and advanced telemetry. New information will be presented on reservoirs and wellbores based on seismic and advanced geophysical applications.
LSU and Entergy officials unveiled electric vehicle car chargers on the LSU campus at a ceremony July 6. LSU mascot Mike the Tiger charged the first vehicle on campus.
View the film: Haynesville: A Nation's Hunt for an Energy Future
Tuesday, 19 April 2011. LSU Energy, Coast & Environment Building