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Tom Seng MBA

Assistant Director for Undergraduate Programs - School of Energy

Applied Assistant Professor of Energy Business Collins College of Business
School of Energy Economics, Policy and Commerce
918-631-2589
tom-seng@utulsa.edu
Curriculum Vitae [PDF]
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Biography

In addition to his instructional duties as Applied Assistant Professor of Energy Business, Mr. Seng serves as Assistant Director of the School of Energy Economics, Policy and Commerce, with primary responsibilities for coordinating undergraduate programs. He has more than 30 years of experience in the oil & gas industry, primarily in the midstream sector, and 14 years of experience as an adjunct instructor for various universities. His primary expertise lies in the areas of energy markets and commodities trading, but he is well versed in industry aspects of supply chain and logistics, particularly as they apply to the midstream oil and gas sector and the power sector. Prior to joining The University of Tulsa, Mr. Seng served as Manager of Product Marketing for Superior Pipeline, Senior Director for Market Development at Atlas Pipeline Mid-Continent, Senior Director for Commercial Operations at Ozark Gas Transmission Company, West Region Director and Director of Risk Services at ONEOK Energy Services, and Midcontinent Manager at PanEnergy Trading.


PhD Candidate, Robert Gordon University
M.B.A., Robert Gordon University
B.S., The State University of New York


Energy markets and commodities risk

Supply Chain Management
Energy Commodities Markets
Global Oil & Gas Industry
Power Industry
Petroleum Refining & Petrochemical Industries
Current Issues in Energy Management
Energy Risk & Hedging


The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.

Magazine/Trade Publication


Seng, Thomas. “US Poised to Export LNG.” 2015: 99–102. Print.


Global Association of Risk Professionals
Natural Gas & Energy Association of Oklahoma
American Association of Professional Landmen
International Association for Energy Economics
United States Association for Energy Economics


EMGT 2013 Practical Issues in Energy Management
EMGT 4013 Fundamentals of Energy Commodity Trading
EMGT 4983 Energy-Related Internship
MEB 7001 Perspectives in Energy Business
MEB 7113 Current Topics in Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream Energy Operations
MEB 7123 Energy Markets and Commodities Trading
MEB 7173 Management of the Energy Supply Chain
MEB 7993 Directed Research in Energy Business