Petroleum Economics and Management
Executive Master of Management in Energy
Holder of the Chair in "Electricity Economics and Digital Transition"
Arash Farnoosh joined IFP School in 2010 as a Lecturer in the Energy Economics and Management Center. He is currently responsible for the Petroleum Economics and Management program as well as the Executive Master of Management in Energy program in partnership with the BI Norwegian Business School. In addition to his academic duties, Arash holds the research Chair in Electricity Economics and Digital Transition. His main areas of interest are energy economics and management, power generation from conventional and renewable resources and their associated markets. Amateur of philosophy and geography, he is fluent in French, English and Persian.
Arash began his career in aeronautics and worked on techno-economic optimization projects in a production unit at Airbus-France in Toulouse. He then turned to the energy industry and participated in several oil and gas projects, including technical and economic modeling of fracturing and production of compact gas reservoirs at Total in Pau. Before joining IFP Energies nouvelles, he also worked on structured financing in the energy sector within the BNP Paribas Group.
Arash Farnoosh is a graduate engineer from the Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA) and IFP School. He also holds a Master of Research in Fluid Dynamics, Energy and Transfers from the University of Toulouse. He obtained his PhD from the University of Montpellier in the Center of Research for Energy Economics and Law.