Jon McDonald

Why did you decide to pursue a Masters in Energy Economics?

Other than for the fact that I find the complexity of energy markets fascinating, the efficient allocation of capital and resources to ensure the optimal use of the sources of energy we have at our disposal is of monumental importance given the impact those energy sources have on our overall economic welfare. To study how to achieve such a goal has always been of interest to me.

What have you enjoyed most about the program?

Mishell Lopez

Why did you decide to pursue a Masters in Energy Economics?

Because I find the energy sector as one with multiple growth opportunities and I've been involved in the industry since a very young age due to my family business. I consider this program as an opportunity to develop new skills and get the specific knowledge to understand how does the industry performs globally.

What have you enjoyed most about the program?

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