Energy

Forbes: Are The Oil Giants Rising To Shareholder Demands And Cutting CO2 Levels?

June 11, 2020

Pierre Conner, executive director of the Tulane Energy Institute, was interviewed by Forbes for a story about whether oil companies are cutting carbon dioxide emissions in response to the demands of activist investors.

Freeman to offer specialization in Renewable and Sustainable Energy

May 01, 2020

To better prepare energy professionals for the changing marketplace, Tulane University’s A. B. Freeman School of Business is launching a new specialization this fall that offers students a deep dive into the business of renewables.

The Advocate: Oil prices fell amid decline in demand, coronavirus scare

March 10, 2020

Peter Ricchiuti, senior professor of practice and research director of Burkenroad Reports, was interviewed by the New Orleans Advocate about Monday's oil price plunge.

WWL Radio: Coming boom in natural gas means more terminals, jobs for Louisiana

December 16, 2019

Pierre Conner, professor of practice and executive director of the Tulane Energy Institute, was interviewed by WWL radio for a story on the growing importance of natural gas to Louisiana's economy.

Pierre Conner to lead Tulane Energy Institute

February 25, 2019

The A. B. Freeman School of Business has named Pierre E. Conner III, a senior energy and finance executive with more than 40 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry, to lead the Tulane Energy Institute.

The Conversation: Venezuelan sanctions could cut US refinery output

February 20, 2019

Eric Smith, interim executive director of the Tulane Energy Institute, contributed an article to The Conversation about the unintended consequences of U.S. sanctions intended to put pressure on the government headed by Venezuela's Nicolás Maduro.

Double Fission

February 04, 2019

In January, Freeman students visited the Waterford 3 control room simulator, a training facility located within Entergy’s Waterford 3 nuclear power plant that replicates the instrumentation in the plant’s actual control room down to the last toggle switch.

MME students visit offshore production platform

July 20, 2018

On July 13, Master of Management in Energy students visited Breton Sound #51, an offshore production platform in the Gulf of Mexico operated by independent oil and gas company Upstream Exploration.

New courses connect students with alumni experts

February 07, 2018

For the students who took part in January’s intersession courses, some of the most exciting learning took place out of the classroom and far from campus.

Times-Picayune: Tulane will launch master's in energy management program

January 31, 2011

From The Times-Picayune, Jan. 30, 2011:

Taking advantage of its presence among major energy players along the Gulf Coast, Tulane University plans to start offering a master’s degree in energy management this summer, an 11-month program focusing on the business side of the industry in an effort to better prepare students to work in fields like energy finance, risk management and trading.

To read the entire article, visit nola.com:

http://www.nola.com/business/index.ssf/2011/01/tulane_will_launch_masters_in.html

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

August 15, 2010

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 the students in his stock-research program called Burkenroad Reports are touting Carbo Ceramics (ticker: CRR), Denbury Resources (DNR) and McMoRan Exploration (MMR) as best poised to benefit from the drilling moratorium arising from the spill.

To read the article in its entirety, visit Barrons.com.

http://online.barrons.com/article/SB50001424052970203880104575419351025307126.html