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ChBE's Michael Economides Writes The Hill's Congress Blog: "The President's Legacy on Energy"

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Audrey Grayson

Professor Michael Economides in the UH Cullen College of Engineering's department of chemical and biomolecular engineering contributed an article titled "The president's legacy on energy" to The Hill's Congress Blog, published on May 22.

If the name Michael Economides sounds familiar to you, it's because it probably is. Although Economides is known to his students in the chemical and biomolecular engineering department as an outstanding educator and mentor, he is known around the world as a leading energy analyst, consultant, educator, author and petroleum engineer.

In addition to his role as professor at the UH Cullen College of Engineering, he is a managing partner of a petroleum engineering consulting firm and the editor-in-chief of the Energy Tribune. He has authored or co-authored 15 professional textbooks and books, including “The Color Of Oil” and over 300 journal papers and articles. Economides -- widely revered as a premiere expert on the geopolitics of energy -- is a regular guest on national and international media as well as a regular contributer in the editorial pages of newspapers and magazines.

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