LSU CES News 2017 List

News

2017

CES Mourns the Passing of Former Executive Director Pulsipher Pulsipher

The faculty and staff of the Center for Energy Studies mourn the passing of former Executive Director Allan Pulsipher, Ph.D. Under his leadership, the Center saw significant advancement in terms of its externally-funded research, as well as faculty hires, publications, academic presentations and media citations. Allan was kind, funny, an excellent writer and a true scholar. We extend our sincerest condolences to Allan's family and close friends.

Read Allan's obituary here.

CES-led Team Awarded DOE Grant to Research Subsea C02 Storage

The U.S. Department of Energy recently announced its intention to fund a cutting-edge research project, associated with offshore carbon capture and storage, for several LSU researchers who are working as part of a multi-regional team headed up by the Southern States Energy Board, or SSEB. The LSU-SSEB team was one of only two selected by DOE for this highly competitive research project. The team, led by Dr. David Dismukes, executive director, LSU Center for Energy Studies, includes researchers from the Craft & Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering (Drs. Richard Hughes and Mehdi Zeidouni) and the Department of Environmental Sciences (Dr. Brian Snyder).

Highlights from Energy Summit™ 2017


Video by Rachel Handley, Tiger TV

 

On Oct. 18, the Center hosted its annual fall energy conference, Energy Summit™. This year’s event attracted a crowd of more than 150 attendees, including representatives from business, industry, government agencies, faculty and students. With a program featuring a broad scope of energy topics, the conference provided the latest research and information on the industry’s cybersecurity, labor issues, developments in power generation, energy infrastructure, global energy prices and more.

 

CES Hosts Petroleum Administration, Fiscal Framework Workshop for Nigerian Officials

During the week of Oct. 16-20, the Center hosted a workshop for oil and gas regulators from Nigeria. The group of 12 officials, representing the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR), Nigeria, were guests of CES Professor Emeritus Wumi Iledare, who serves as director of the Emerald Energy Institute, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

Dismukes Named to National Petroleum Council
David E. Dismukes, professor and executive director at the LSU Center for Energy Studies, has recently been appointed by U.S. Secretary of Energy Rick Perry to serve as a member of the National Petroleum Council.

CES Hosts Workshops: Success with 2009 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) for Louisiana

The Center for Energy Studies has teamed with the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance to offer the "Success with 2009 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) for Louisiana Workshop," providing area builders, contractors, subcontractors and code officials training on recommended practices for optimized energy savings.

 

Groat Returns to Louisiana Geological Survey as Acting Director

The Center for Energy Studies is pleased to announce that Charles “Chip” Groat, Ph.D., will serve as professor and acting director of the Louisiana Geological Survey.  Groat returns to LSU after many years in academia, government, independent research, and administrative positions. 

Louisiana Geological Survey Presents Symposium on La. Coastal Geology Framework

The Louisiana Geological Survey will present the Louisiana Coastal Geology Framework Symposium on Wednesday, July 26, in the Dalton J. Woods Auditorium in LSU’s Energy, Coast & Environment Building. The event begins at 9 a.m.

The symposium will feature a wide-ranging discussion of coastal Louisiana’s geological framework, featuring new interpretations. The event is cosponsored by the New Orleans Geological Society, Baton Rouge Geological Society, Lafayette Geological Society, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Society of Economic Paleontologists & Mineralogists and the LSU Center for Energy Studies.

 

LSU Researchers Release Inaugural Gulf Coast Energy Outlook

Researchers from the E. J. Ourso College of Business and the Center for Energy Studies have released the inaugural Gulf Coast Energy Outlook.  The publication provides a broad overview of the current status and trends guiding energy markets with an emphasis on the Gulf Coast.

 

Dismukes Describes Energy Landscape at BR Rotary Luncheon

David E. Dismukes, executive director of LSU's Center for Energy Studies and professor with the College of the Coast & Environment, presented "Navigating through the Energy Landscape" at the Baton Rouge Rotary Club on May 24.

 

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Dismukes Describes Energy Landscape at BR Rotary Luncheon  - See more at: http://www.lsu.edu/ces/news/2017Full.php#sthash.fSu5pbtd.dpuf
Dismukes Describes Energy Landscape at BR Rotary Luncheon  - See more at: http://www.lsu.edu/ces/news/2017Full.php#sthash.fSu5pbtd.dpuf

CES Scholarships Awarded for 2017-18

The Center for Energy Studies has awarded scholarships for the 2017-18 academic year to four students majoring in energy-related fields.

CES Scholarships Awarded for 2017-18

 

CES Scholarships Awarded for 2017-18

Center for Energy Studies Co-sponsors Energy Bar Association Meeting May 10

The LSU Center for Energy Studies will co-sponsor the 2017 annual meeting of the Energy Bar Association New Orleans Chapter on Wednesday, May 10, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., at the Dalton J. Woods Auditorium in the LSU Energy, Coast & Environment Building. The event offers a full day of CLE and many opportunities for attendees to connect, including a networking reception after the program.

 

11th Annual La. Groundwater, Surface Water, and Water Resources Symposium
The 11th Annual La. Groundwater, Surface Water, and Water Resources Symposium will be held April 11 & 12, 2017.

 

Dismukes Outlines LSU’s Carbon Capture and Storage Research Project at NETL
CES Executive Director David Dismukes outlined LSU’s Integrated Carbon Capture and Storage Research project at NETL March 14.

 

Campanile Charities, Inc., Awards Center for Energy Studies $15K
CES will receive two grants totaling $15,000 from Campanile Charities, Inc., or CCI, in support of its annual energy conference, Energy Summit™.

 

Bayou Bridge Pipeline will Bring Economic Impact of More Than $800 Million in 2017
Bayou Bridge Pipeline expansion is estimated to generate more than $829 million in new economic activity in 2017; more than 4,000 jobs and over $400 million in new wages.


CES Local Host for Pink Petro's HERWorld Energy Forum March 8
CES is a proud local co-host of the HERWorld Energy Forum hosted by Pink Petro. This innovative one-day learning event will be hosted on March 8, 2017, with locations across the world participating at universities, companies and facilities via web streaming technology.