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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LSU Center for Energy Studies Assistant Professor Gregory B. Upton, Jr., is one of
three candidates nominated by the Louisiana Board of Regents, or BOR, for the Louisiana
Revenue Estimating Conference, or REC. Members of the REC will choose one person
from the three BOR nominees to replace LSU Professor Jim Richardson, the current economist,
who will step down in June of this year after 30 years of REC service.
CES Assistant Professor Greg Upton and coauthors have released "The Future of Solar in Louisiana: An Analysis of the Technical and Economic Implications of Solar P.V. Growth on Louisiana’s Economy and Electric Grid," with support from the La. Board of Regents and SWEPCO.
Status Report Submitted to Senate Committee on Revenue and Fiscal Affairs and House Committee on Ways and Means of the Louisiana Legislature
Professors James A. Richardson, LSU Public Administration Institute, and Gregory B.
Upton, LSU Center for Energy Studies, have completed a requested preliminary status
report addressing possible changes to Louisiana’s mineral tax structure.
New deadline! Friday, 26 April 2019
The 2019 Gulf Coast Energy Outlook, a collaborative research initiative from the Center for Energy Studies and the E. J. Ourso College of Business, provides a broad overview of the current status and trends guiding energy markets with an emphasis on the Gulf Coast and reports on upstream oil and gas production, downstream refining and petrochemicals, as well as the contribution of the energy sector to the broader Gulf Coast economy. The report includes forecasts of future employment in relevant energy sectors.