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Energy Institute

Watch the Energy Institute's latest webcast when Hunter Hunt of Hunt Energy speaks about "The Great Energy Transition or the Great Energy Addition."

The ongoing series features different guests and covers topics from the energy sector, including hydrocarbons, renewables and the changing energy landscape.

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This Executive MBA program has been developed for individuals currently working in the energy space and with at least eight years previous work experience.

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The Energy Executive Management Program is particularly appropriate for those who work in the energy industry, have a technical background or a degree applicable to the energy industry and are high-potential leaders in their organization.

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"The Future of Energy,” a webcast series presented by the University of Oklahoma Energy Institute, aims to provide balanced perspectives on energy in a world of constant change.

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Energy Institute

Dipankar Ghosh

Welcome to the Energy Institute!

The University of Oklahoma has been a leader in energy education and research for over 100 years. And the Price College of Business is currently celebrating 60 years of energy management education.

With energy-centric business education offered at the undergraduate, graduate and executive levels, the Energy Institute provides a community of practitioners and academics to advance innovative and sustainable solutions to the critical energy challenges facing our nation and, more broadly, the global community through EDUCATION, RESEARCH and OUTREACH.

We invite you to explore the three pillars of the Energy Institute below, and contact the Price College of Business Energy Institute on how you can connect and benefit from our cultivated resources in energy.

Best regards,

Dipankar Ghosh, PhD
Executive Director, Energy Institute
David Ross Boyd Professor | ConocoPhillips Chair in Energy Accounting 

OU’s EMBA in Energy Program Reports Rankings Gains for Feb. 2020

February was full of highs for the University of Oklahoma’s Energy Institute, which saw two major rankings for its Executive MBA in Energy program. The institute, which is facilitated by OU’s Michael F. Price College of Business, received three significant write-ups in the February 2020 issue of Hart Energy’s industry magazine, Oil and Gas Investor, including the No. 1 ranking in its premiere Top 15 Energy Graduate Programs listing.

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Business and leadership programs specific to the energy industry are offered at the executive, graduate and undergraduate levels 


Relevant research into the energy industry and policy is conducted and shared from the global academic community


Events, such as the annual Energy Symposium, are hosted by the institute to bring together energy professionals and scholars to address current industry issues