Gas Matters: The NGLs Interview with Eric Smith

Gas Matters: The NGLs Interview with Eric Smith

Eric Smith, associate director of the Tulane Energy Institute at the A. B. Freeman School of Business, was interviewed in the March 2018 issue of Gas Matters about the emerging natural gas liquids (NGLs) market. Smith discussed the regions currently profiting from NGLs, how gas-focused E&P companies have marketed NGLs, […]

April 12, 2018 ×
Internship with Shell

Internship with Shell

This past summer I was an intern with Shell Oil Company in the Deep Water Logistics group in New Orleans. This group manages the logistics and supply chain activities for the Gulf of Mexico. Although Tulane doesn’t offer a supply chain concentration, I was impressed that I was fully capable […]

December 19, 2013 ×
TEC Networking Reception

TEC Networking Reception

On November 20, 2013, the Tulane Energy Club hosted a networking reception at the Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana. Current undergraduate and graduate students of the A.B. Freeman School of Business attended the event and had the opportunity to meet and visit with local Tulane alumni and energy […]

November 27, 2013 ×
US-China Energy and Trade Forum

US-China Energy and Trade Forum

A large group of Freeman School graduate students attended the US-China Energy and Trade Forum at school on Thursday, October 17, 2013. After brief remarks by the Chinese delegation, the forum was open to a Q & A session. Since the U. S. is an important trading partner, the delegation […]

October 25, 2013 ×

Tulane Energy Club’s Alumni and Energy Professionals Reception

The Tulane Energy Club recently held an Alumni and Energy Professionals Reception at the Windsor Court hotel. Current students, from the various graduate programs at the Freeman School of Business, were given the opportunity to interact with professionals and faculty at the event. I was excited to have the opportunity […]

January 28, 2013 ×

MBAs Visit Houston

Freeman students are fortunate to have networking days, called Freeman Days, off campus in a variety of cities in the U.S. The goals of these events are to provide career education, alumni networking, and employment opportunity exploration. Each student is given a schedule for the two day event catered to […]

October 4, 2012 ×

Quick Tour – Burkenroad Reports

Today’s guest post comes from Alexandra Thurber, MBA 2. Burkenroad Reports is a course in equity analysis. Students are divided into teams of 3-5 and follow one public company throughout the semester. For the most part, we follow small cap companies headquartered in the Southeastern United States. The companies span […]

April 18, 2011 ×
Some Food for Thought

Some Food for Thought

Earlier this month at the 2011 Burkenroad Symposium, speakers with various backgrounds in the business world (energy, consulting, and speech communications) lectured a packed audience of undergraduates and graduates on transforming adversity into competitive advantage. As a member of Tulane Net Impact, a group concerned with promoting responsible and ethical […]

February 28, 2011 ×

Honor in the Face of Fire

Freeman School’s Burkenroad Institute hosted its annual symposium yesterday; this year the theme was “Honor in the Face of Fire.” The Symposium publicity material (see above) looked pretty severe, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. As it turns out, all speakers gave very interesting presentations about business ethics, […]

February 19, 2011 ×

An interview with INFO 6020 Professor, Dr. Xiaoyue Jiang

Q1: Why do you feel that it is important to have a Quantitative Modeling course included in the MBA core curriculum? It has been the general consensus among Freeman faculty that quantitative modeling skills are fundamental to the MBA curriculum for all specializations. Today’s business practice is very much data-driven. […]

October 26, 2010 ×