OU Energy Symposium Finds U.S. Must Embrace All Forms of Energy in Marketplace

March 22, 2018

With the focus of the Energy Symposium on the future of the energy industry – including hydrocarbons, wind and solar power, electric transportation and more – delegates heard predictions for growth in battery power and natural gas as more and more people, spearheaded by innovative technology and digital analytics, make a move to cleaner energy. 

Five Questions with Adam Clinton, Director of Operations at the Energy Institute

February 12, 2018

As we prepare for our 2018 Energy Symposium, meet Adam Clinton, director of operations for the OU Price College of Business Energy Institute. With such a key role at the Energy Institute, we wanted to get his insights on the upcoming energy initiatives and advantages of continuing education. Keep reading to find out more about this year’s Symposium topics and what the Energy Institute has in store for the upcoming year. 

An Outlook of the Energy Industry in 2018

February 11, 2018

Energy markets are dynamic and subject to numerous influences impacting the behavior of production, demand, and consequently, prices. Listed below are some questions on the minds of industry experts as we begin 2018, along with some evaluations for the upcoming year from Scott Linn, research director of the Energy Institute at the OU Price College of Business.

Paymon Kamali’s Testimonial

December 4, 2017

Paymon Kamali talks about his favorite aspects from the EMBA in Energy program and how his career has progressed since completing the program. 

Five Questions with Energy Leadership Instructor Margaret Shaffer

October 27, 2017

In light of the new Energy Leadership Program, we found some time with Margaret Shaffer, Michael F. Price Chair of International Business at the University of Oklahoma and an instructor of the upcoming program. We asked her why she believes in continuing education and discussed the importance of the topics in today’s energy industry.

Five Questions with Instructor Melanie Kenderdine

September 12, 2017

We got the chance to sit down with Melanie Kenderdine, principal, Energy Futures Initiative and instructor for the upcoming Energy Leadership Program. We asked her to shed some light on her extensive experience, and helping other industry leaders learn more about leading through complex environments.

Bailey Brougher’s Testimonial

August 16, 2017

Recently graduated, Bailey Brougher gives her testimonial about what influenced her decision to study at Price College of Business, her career progression since graduation and her perspective on Real Energy Leaders. 

Five Questions with Dean J. Mike Stice

August 4, 2017

We got the chance to catch up with J. Mike Stice, Dean of the University of Oklahoma’s College of Earth and Energy and member of the OU Price College of Business Energy Institute board of advisors.

EMBA in Energy Student Testimonial

May 19, 2017

Considering an EMBA in Energy? Read why you should study at the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma from recent graduate Scott Quillin.

The U.S. Natural Gas Market - A Quiet Revolution?

April 26, 2017

Recent EMBA in Energy graduate, Chris Chia, shares his insights on the U.S. natural gas market, rig counts, production, and LNG exports. Is the U.S. natural gas market a quiet revolution?

U.S. Energy Industry Changing the World

April 21, 2017

Domestic growth and increased exports assert industry’s new global strength at fifth annual Energy Symposium at OU Price College of Business Energy Institute.

The Future of the Energy Industry

March 14, 2017

Our research director, Scott Linn, talks about the outlook of the industry ahead of our 5th annual Energy Symposium.

125th Anniversary Success

December 14, 2016

Since the launch of OU’s 125th Anniversary Campaign in fall 2014, Price College has raised more than $35MM from generous alumni and friends. As the largest fundraising college through the OU-wide President’s Associates program, the college received $1.2MM from Associates during fiscal year 2015 alone. Even Price College’s students helped in the campaign efforts, donating $12,000 toward the college’s first-ever senior class gift last spring.