The Center for Energy Studies (CES) is mandated to provide energy information and analysis that responds to the needs of the legislature, public agencies, and business and civic groups. The Center maintains some unique energy data bases and is the official repository of energy information from the state and The Energy Council. Staff respond regularly to requests from a wide variety of individuals and institutions for specialized energy data and information.
CES comprises the following units:
- Louisiana Geological Survey
- Radiation Safety Office
- Minerals Processing Research Division
- Oil Spill Research and Development Division
- Energy Information and Data Division
- Policy Analysis Division
- Research and Development Division
Other units affiliated with CES:
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The Third Annual La. Geological Survey Coastal Symposium will bring together scientists, engineers, geographers, and policy makers from across the range of geoscience-related disciplines to exchange ideas, interpretations, and insights into Louisiana coastal geology - both onshore and offshore - and on associated topics.
Energy Summit™ brings together energy professionals from throughout the Gulf Coast to discuss timely energy issues and energy market trends. This year's theme is "Challenging Traditional Paradigms."
The event runs 12 Noon -5:15 p.m., with reception following.
2020-21 Louisiana Economic Outlook Released
LSU E. J. Ourso College of Business Professor Emeritus of Economics Loren Scott unveiled the 2020-21 Louisiana Economic Outlook (LEO) at The Greater Baton Rouge Business Report’s annual Top 100 Luncheon, held Sept. 24, 2019.
The LEO shows job growth picking up over the next two years after a slow period in 2018-19 and estimates that the state will add 53,800 jobs over 2020-21, surpassing the 2 million-job mark annually for the first time in its history.
Greg Upton, assistant professor-research at the Center for Energy Studies, contributed to the LEO. Read the full press release here.