Energy

Eric Smith

VOA: Shipping LNG to Europe: Pros, Cons for US Gulf Coast

April 08, 2022
Eric Smith, professor of practice and associate director of the Tulane Energy Institute, was interviewed by VOA News for a story about the Biden administration’s plan to increase U.S. production of liquified natural gas in order to supply the European Union.
Seminar on Ukraine at the Freeman School on April 4, 2022

Freeman faculty discuss economic impact of war in Ukraine

April 07, 2022

Freeman School faculty members Oleg Gredil, Pierre Conner and Eric Smith discussed the economic impact of the war in Ukraine as part of a special seminar to help students and faculty from across the university better understand recent geopolitical developments in the region.

Pierre E. Conner III

LOGA Industry Report: Oil & Gas Industry Can Thrive in Clean Energy Transition

March 17, 2022

Pierre Conner, professor of practice and executive director of the Tulane Energy Institute, contributed an article to the spring 2022 Louisiana Oil & Gas Association (LOGA) Industry Report about opportunities for industry as the nation shifts toward renewable energy sources.

Eric Smith

The New York Times: A Bird is Blamed as 10,000 Lose Power in New Orleans

March 10, 2022

Eric Smith, professor of practice in management science and associate director of the Tulane Energy Institute, was quoted in a New York Times story about a power outage that became fodder for jokes when Entergy New Orleans said it likely caused by an errant bird.

WVUE Fox 8: Economists, energy experts warn of higher gas and other prices due to U.S. tensions with Russia

February 22, 2022

Eric Smith, professor of practice and associate director of the Tulane Energy Institute, was interviewed by WVUE Fox 8 about the impact of hostilities with Russia on gas prices.

Josh Asarnow (BSM '22) and Sen. Bill Cassidy

Student parlays guest lecture into congressional internship

February 14, 2022

Josh Asarnow (BSM ’22) turned a guest lecture by U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy into an internship in Cassidy’s state headquarters office in Baton Rouge.

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.