Activités de la Chaire Economie "Modélisation économique appliquée à l'environnement et aux énergies"

Teaching 

Courses backed by the Tuck Foundation Chair in Economic modeling applied to energy and the environment are offered in IFP School Master’s degree programs:

  • Master in Environmental economics, Sustainable Development and Energy (organized jointly with Université Paris Ouest-Nanterre la Défense, The ParisTech Institutes, INSTN and Université de Bourgogne)
  • Master in Energy and Markets
  • Master in Petroleum Economics and Management (in partnership with Colorado School of Mines, Oklahoma University and Texas A&M University).

 Faculty 

  • Frederic Lantz, Professor, Tuck Foundation Chair in Economic modeling applied to energy  and the environment
  • Arash Farnoosh, Program supervisor for the Master in Petroleum Economics and Management
  • Olivier Massol, Program Supervisor for the Master in Energy and Markets

 Courses

  • Introduction to econometrics applied to energy and the environment - Frederic Lantz
  • Advanced econometrics applied to energy markets - Frederic Lantz
  • Applied Optimization to energy and the environment - Frederic Lantz
  • Electricity market analysis – Arash Farnoosh
  • Electricity market and power generation modeling - Arash Farnoosh
  • Industrial organization – Olivier Massol
  • Natural gas economics,  a model-based analysis  - Olivier Massol

Research 

Research in the field of economic modeling applied to energy and the environment 

Events - Conferences

2013

Annual conference – December 10th 2013, IFP Energies nouvelles

Pierre-Olivier Pineau, HEC Montréal,
Integration of the Electricity market in Eastern Canada and Northeast US
Franz Wirl, University of Vienna,
Energy efficiency – rebounds and problems with incentives

2012

1st conference – March 19th 2012, IFP Energies nouvelles
Edmar de Almeida, Professor, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro,
Brazilian natural gas market after the subsalt: supply potential and implications for the natural gas policy
Annual conference – November 22nd 2012, IFP Energies nouvelles
Marc Ribière, EDF,
Du coût marginal au prix de marché
Yves Smeers, Professor, Université Catholique de Louvain,
Gas Target Model européen et modélisation économique
Michel Robe, Professor, American University,
La financiarisation des marchés énergétiques
Jacques Lesourne, Académie des Technologies,
Les vicissitudes des relations entre la modélisation et la politique