White Papers
White Papers

 

 

Center for Energy Studies White Papers (formerly “Research Notes”) are reports prepared by our faculty addressing current Louisiana energy industry issues.”

Oil Prices and the Louisiana Budget Crisis: Culprit or Scapegoat?
By Gregory B. Upton Jr., Ph.D.,  CES Assistant Professor


Implications of the BP Macondo Catastrophe on Deepwater Exploration and Production Prospectivity in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico Region: A Perspective
By Wumi Iledare, Professor of Petroleum Economics and Policy Research


Econometric modeling of deepwater petroleum exploration and development operations in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico
By Wumi Iledare, Professor of Petroleum Economics and Policy Research


Self-Sufficient Hurricane-Combatable Living Module: A Technology to Address the Reality of Coastal Habitation in the 21st Century
By Donald A. Goddard


DOE Reports Predict "Green Oil" Benefits for State
By Mike D. McDaniel, Ph.D., CES Professional-in-Residence


Clean Air Interstate Rule Struck Down by Federal Appeals Court Panel
By Mike D. McDaniel, Ph.D., CES Professional-in-Residence


EPA Announces New Ozone Standard
By Mike D. McDaniel, Ph.D., CES Professional-in-Residence


Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decision Does Not Bode Well for Baton Rouge Area
By Mike D. McDaniel, Ph.D., CES Professional-in-Residence