In a recent letter to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., cited a report by the Center for Energy Studies, titled “Idle Iron in the Gulf of Mexico.”
Professor Chacko John, Louisiana Geological Survey (LGS) director and state geologist, has been appointed to the National Scientific Advisory Board for an alternate energy project funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and managed by the Arizona Geological Survey.
The Greater Baton Rouge Clean Cities Coalition and the Clean Transportation Education Project (CTEP) are offering a free workshop on biodiesel fuels on July 15, 2010.
CES's David Dismukes testified June 30 at a congressional hearing before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources. The hearing was held to discuss proposed amendments to H.R. 3534, the “Consolidated Land, Energy, and Aquatic Resources (CLEAR) Act of 2009.”
Implications of the BP Macondo Catastrophe on Deepwater Exploration and Production Prospectivity in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico Region: A Perspective
CES professors Wumi Iledare and David Dismukes were quoted in Fortune's June 24 article on oil and gas industry regulation and economic impact.
In a June 24 CNNMoney.com article on jobs at risk due to the ban on drilling, CES associate executive director David Dismukes estimates that 25,000 jobs could be at risk should the drilling ban remain in place.
The LSU Center for Energy Studies (CES) has released a state-wide greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory report, part of a project funded by Louisiana Economic Development and led by CES professional-in-residence Mike D. McDaniel.
In the May 19 online edition of The Christian Science Monitor, David Dismukes, associate executive director of the Center for Energy Studies, is quoted in a story about the possibility of BP continuing to develop the Macondo oil field. Dismukes states that BP would not likely walk away from the investment.
On Monday, May 24, the Center for Energy Studies hosted Entergy Louisiana, LLC, and Entergy Gulf States Louisiana, L.L.C., as the companies held a “storm school” to discuss the companies’ preparations and to demonstrate the many factors that go into a major restoration effort.
David Dismukes, associate executive director for the Center for Energy Studies, was quoted in a recent McClatchy News article on President Obama’s announced expansion of oil and gas exploration off U.S. coasts.
The U. S. Department of the Interior has selected the LSU Center for Energy Studies project, “History of the Offshore Oil and Gas Industry in Southern Louisiana,” as the winner of its Cooperative Conservation Award, which recognizes achievements in collaborative activities among a diverse range of groups, including federal, state, local, and tribal governments, private for-profit and not-for-profit institutions, other non-governmental entities, and individuals.
The Center for Energy Studies is working in partnership with the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources and the U. S. Department of Energy to support the efforts of the Greater Baton Rouge Clean Cities Coalition.
The Louisiana Geological Survey (LGS) has received a grant for $141,983 in funding from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) for surface geologic mapping in Louisiana for fiscal year 2010 as part of the STATEMAP component of the National Cooperative Geologic Mapping Program. Originally begun in the early 1990s, STATEMAP projects are conducted in annual cooperative agreements with the USGS.
LSU Center for Energy Studies to co-host energy efficiency workshop with Entergy, Pew Center, America’s WETLAND Foundation
Thursday, 19 November 2009, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.