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Times-Picayune: Business students roll up their sleeves at Energy Trading Competition

Times-Picayune: Business students roll up their sleeves at Energy Trading Competition

From The Times-Picayune, Oct. 26, 2010: Business students from nine universities around North America spent Saturday competing to see who could produce the best results while using simulated portfolios to […]

October 26, 2010 ×
Barron’s: No Drilling? No Problem: Plumbing the Depths

Barron’s: No Drilling? No Problem: Plumbing the Depths

From Barron’s, Aug. 15, 2010: You don’t have to drill too deep to find intriguing plays on the Gulf’s oil spill—just go to school. Tulane University professor Peter Ricchiuti and […]

August 15, 2010 ×
Kiplinger’s: Energy gems on the Gulf Coast

Kiplinger’s: Energy gems on the Gulf Coast

From Kiplinger’s, July 20, 2010 Thomas M. Anderson, associate editor of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, talks with Clinical Professor of Finance Peter Ricchiuti and highlights four energy-sector picks from Burkenroad Reports, […]

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Reuters: BP disaster will slow Gulf states’ recovery

Reuters: BP disaster will slow Gulf states’ recovery

From Reuters, July 16, 2010 In Louisiana, the Gulf state most reliant on energy businesses, the economic costs of the federal moratorium on deepwater oil drilling, in place through November […]

July 16, 2010 ×
Forbes: Bad Policy Fallout From BP Spill

Forbes: Bad Policy Fallout From BP Spill

From Forbes.com, June 25, 2010: In a commentary written for Forbes.com, Eric Smith, associate director of the Tulane Energy Institute, says the Obama administration’s current Gulf policy will lead to […]

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WSJ: Louisiana Rebound Gives Way to Dark Prospects

WSJ: Louisiana Rebound Gives Way to Dark Prospects

From the Wall Street Journal Online, June 23, 2010: Economists and real estate brokers here say it is too early to gauge the long-term damage, but the early signs are […]

June 24, 2010 ×
NPR: Examining the effects of drilling moratorium

NPR: Examining the effects of drilling moratorium

From NPR’s All Things Considered, June 21, 2010: NPR’s Michele Norris spoke with Eric Smith, associate director of the Tulane Energy Institute, about the drilling moratorium’s potential impact on the […]

June 22, 2010 ×
NPR: Oil, Fishing Industries Entwined In Miss. River Delta

NPR: Oil, Fishing Industries Entwined In Miss. River Delta

From NPR’s Morning Edition, June 3, 2010: President Obama has clamped a six-month moratorium on new deep-water drilling. He says a pause is necessary to guard against another crushing environmental […]

June 3, 2010 ×
Forbes.com: The U.S. Should Value Oil Companies

Forbes.com: The U.S. Should Value Oil Companies

From Forbes.com, June 1, 2010: In a commentary written for Forbes. com, Eric Smith, associate director of the Tulane Energy Institute, says oil companies need the U.S. less than the […]

June 2, 2010 ×
Times-Picayune: BP faces the task of repairing its public image

Times-Picayune: BP faces the task of repairing its public image

From The Times-Picayune, May 30, 2010: [Tulane marketing professor Mita Sujan] says BP may not be quite as motivated to follow Tylenol’s example. “In cases like Tylenol and Toyota, people […]

June 1, 2010 ×