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Cogeneration in Louisiana (1987)



Genre: Panel

Place Covered: Louisiana

Copyright Holder: Louisiana Educational Television Authority, LSU Center for Energy Studies

Date Issued: 1987-05-17

Duration: 00:58:06

Subjects: Filmed panel discussions | Energy | Electric cooperatives | Electricity | Public utilities


  • Courtney, Bob Moderator
  • Brubaker, Morris Panelist
  • Draper, Linn Panelist
  • Harlan, David Panelist
  • Rouse, James Panelist
  • Quinn, Louis Panelist
  • Stuckey, Wes Panelist
  • Kleiner, Richard Panelist
  • Mohr, David Panelist


This program from May 17, 1987, features Bob Courtney moderating a panel discussion on cogeneration sponsored by the LSU Center for Energy Studies. The panelists are: Morris Brubaker, the vice president of Drazen and Brubaker in St. Louis, Missouri; Dr. Linn Draper, the president and CEO of Gulf States Utilities; David Harlan, the director of corporate planning for Louisiana Power and Light; James Rouse, the manager of energy policy for Union Carbide; Louis Quinn, the former executive secretary of the Louisiana Public Service Commission; Wes Stuckey, the vice president for economic and industrial development for the Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce; Richard Kleiner, the public information coordinator for the Louisiana Chemical Association; and David Mohr, the general manger of Cajun Electric. They discuss: the changing electric utility market; cogeneration and wheeling; the current laws and regulations in Louisiana; competition; and the future of utilities. This program was preserved through the American Archive of Public Broadcasting’s Transcribe to Digitize Challenge, a partnership with George Blood LP.