• Olivier Massol, Scientific Assistant to the Director of IFP School, and Omer Rifaat, a graduate of the Master of Energy and Markets (class of 2015), have just co-authored the article "Phasing out the U.S. Federal Helium Reserve: Policy insights from a world helium model", published in the scientific journal Resource and Energy Economics.

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Transitioning to new and clean energies


Unprecedented challenges are facing the energy industry in the 21st century. This is especially true in the transportation field, where global demand is growing exponentially and shows no sign of letting up. Oil and gas are non-renewable resources that will not meet this demand indefinitely. At the same time, we are witnessing the continuing development of new energies and technologies. Besides, finding a solution to the global warming issue is becoming increasingly urgent.

In this situation, how can we secure a sustainable source of energy for the future? How can we maintain our energy supply and limit greenhouse gas emissions?

To address these various challenges and achieve sustainability, our societies need to develop clean and renewable energies.

This means creating the conditions necessary for a progressive and balanced transition. Diversifying our energy sources will enable us to limit impact on the environment while we search for new alternative energies.

IFP school trains high-level professionals who can respond to today’s and tomorrow’s energy challenges, thus satisfying the needs of the energy and transportation sectors.

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