Tag Archives: Duke MBA Energy Club

Conversations with Team Fuqua: Prospective student Q&A

Net Impact Q&A video

The MBA Energy Club and Net Impact Club share their insights about what the student experience is like and ways to get involved.   — RELATED ARTICLES: Video: Prospective student questions answered How EDGE has enriched my MBA experience Standing …

Highlights from the 2018 Duke University Energy Conference

2018 Duke University Energy Conference

The 10th annual Duke University Energy Conference brought 300 students, faculty, and industry executives together on November 7, 2018 at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business. Organized by the Duke MBA Energy Club in partnership with other entities on campus, the …

Prospective student questions answered

Video: Admissions Q&A

Are you a prospective MBA student interested in energy and/or sustainability issues?  Want to know more about how to get involved with EDGE and our related clubs? In this video Q&A, EDGE Managing Director Katie Kross and MEM/MBA student Paige …

Fuqua focuses more on the business of energy

Richard Bethune

by Richard Bethune, MBA ’14 As Co-President of the Duke MBA Energy Club and a second-year MBA student with a passion for energy finance, I was thrilled to see two exciting developments occur this past summer. First, energy banker Ralph …

New energy finance focus at Fuqua

Energy seminar

Fuqua School of Business has already earned a reputation as one of the best places for MBAs to gain industry expertise in energy and environmental sectors.  In July, Fuqua extended its offerings with the approval of a new MBA Concentration …

Narrowing a clean energy career path: reflections on Energy Club trip to CA

student field trip

by Koji Kitazume, MEM/MBA ’12 In January, the Fuqua Energy Club organized a “Week in Cities” trip to San Francisco. Ten students networked with alumni and visited companies including Bloom Energy (Fuel Cell), SCHOTT Solar (Solar), SunRun (Solar), 3Degrees (REC & Carbon Offset Trading), Silver …

Students weigh oil industry complexities on trip to Houston

students visit oil & gas field

by Brinda Ramaiya, MBA ’11 “I am not the bad guy,” said Randy Little, owner of HM Oil, an independent exploration and production company. It was a cloudy morning in Houston and the Duke University Hydrocarbons Field Trip class was …