Though recent focus on oil supplies has understandably zeroed in on the Middle East, an event at Florida International University (FIU), held just prior to the unrest in major oil producing countries, took the long view—toward 2030. It’s a perspective that ExxonMobil has shared each year since 2003 in “The Outlook for Energy,” a presentation […]
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Cleaner, abundant energy is subject of forum at FIU.
The more you hear about natural gas, the more you realize this energy source’s exciting potential. Additionally, since the United States has an abundance of natural gas, it offers significant business opportunities. To share up-to-date information on natural gas and biofuels, the Global Energy Security Forum (GESF) within the School of International and Public Affairs […]
All eyes on Gulf Coast oil spill as Teach-In addresses community concerns.
The catastrophic Gulf of Mexico oil spill from the explosion on the British Petroleum (BP) offshore drilling rig continues to spread. South Florida and the Florida Keys are not yet free from risk, as the region prepares for a worst-case scenario if affected by the leak. To address rising concerns, Florida International University’s (FIU) School […]
Business students land prestigious study abroad internships in alternative energy field.
Competition was tough as 24 Florida International University (FIU) students vied for two “Alternative Energy Markets in the Dominican Republic and Panama: A Study Abroad” internships. The internships, available for the first time, were offered through the Global Energy Security Forum within FIU’s School of International and Public Affairs. Renzon Mora and Hector Mujica, both […]