Energy

Beta Gamma Sigma

Beta Gamma Sigma inducts newest members

November 22, 2021

The Tulane chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society recognizing academic excellence in the study of business, welcomed its newest members on Nov. 17, 2021.

Peter Ricchiuti

NBC News: Oil companies to bid on newly released federal Gulf leases

November 17, 2021

Peter Ricchiuti, senior professor of practice and founder of Burkenroad Reports, was interviewed by NBC News for a segment on the impact of the Biden administration’s auction of oil drilling rights to 80 million acres in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.

Sen. Bill Cassidy talks to students

Cassidy visits Freeman to talk energy and infrastructure

November 09, 2021

On the day the U.S. House of Representatives passed the sweeping $1 trillion infrastructure bill he worked tirelessly to craft, Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy visited the Freeman School to talk to energy students about what the historic bipartisan legislation means for the future of the energy industry.

Paulo Goes, dean of the A. B. Freeman School of Business

Dean Goes to deliver first 'State of the School' address at Wave '21

November 08, 2021

Dean Paulo Goes, who became the 14th dean of Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business in August 2021, will deliver his first “State of the School” address on Nov. 12 as part of Wave ’21 – Homecoming, Reunion and Family Weekend.

Peter Ricchiuti

The Advocate: The price of oil and gas is the highest since 2014. Here's how that may impact Louisiana

October 11, 2021

Peter Ricchiuti, the William B. Burkenroad Jr. Clinical Professor and senior professor of practice, was interviewed by The Advocate for a story about the effect of rising oil and gas prices in Louisiana.

E&E News: Grid experts grapple with ‘resilience’ in Ida’s wake

September 09, 2021

Eric Smith, professor of practice in management science and associate director of the Tulane Energy Institute, was interviewed by E&E News for a story about weaknesses in the electricity grid brought into relief by Hurricane Ida.

Paulo Goes, dean of the A. B. Freeman School of Business

New dean sees opportunity in changing business environment

August 27, 2021

Paulo Goes, who took office as the 14th dean of the A. B. Freeman School of Business on Aug. 23, says the school is well positioned to thrive in the rapidly changing business environment.

Dagens ETC: Louisiana is declining but the fossil fuel industry is fighting the transition

July 15, 2021

Josh Herlands, adjunct lecturer and co-instructor of the course Renewable Energy Project Development and Finance, was interviewed by Swedish newspaper Dagens ETC for an article about the struggle taking place in Louisiana between promoters of renewable energy and supporters of the state’s long-dominant fossil fuel industry.

Paulo Goes

Paulo Goes named dean of Freeman School

June 16, 2021

Paulo Goes, Dean and Halle Chair in Leadership at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management, has been named dean of Tulane University’s A.B. Freeman School of Business, effective Aug. 23, 2021.

Pierre E. Conner III

Mashable: Why the first big U.S. ocean wind farm is a big deal

May 18, 2021

Pierre Conner, professor of practice and executive director of the Tulane Energy Institute, was interviewed for a Mashable story on the Biden administration’s approval of the country’s first major offshore wind farm.

Eric Smith

S&P Global Platts: Despite February storm, US coal plant retirements likely to continue

March 09, 2021

Eric Smith, professor of practice and associate director of the Tulane Energy Institute, was interviewed by S&P Global Platts for a story about the future of U.S. coal-fired power generation.

Eric Smith

Research Notes: Eric Smith

March 05, 2021

Eric Smith’s article “Hydrogen in the United States - Developmental Perspective” appeared in the February 2021 issue of Oil, Gas & Energy Law.