LSU CES News 2005 List




CES Economist Predicts Continued High Energy Prices
High energy prices are expected to continue into the summer, with both oil and natural gas prices at their current levels, if not slightly higher,

CES Researchers Win National Awards
Two researchers from the Center for Energy Studies (CES) recently won national awards.

Energy Information Administration Official Speaks at CES Meetings
Guy F. Caruso, administrator for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Information Administration (EIA),

LSU Center for Energy Studies Releases Updated Report on Economic Impacts of Independent Power Generation in Louisiana
Baton Rouge, LA: Despite the recent meltdown of the competitive energy business, Louisiana could realize a total of approximately $4.1 billion in capital investments and the creation of more than 4,963 construction jobs through the continued development of the Louisiana independent power industry.