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Will oil demand plateau in the 2020s? Louisiana leaders say ‘maybe’

Some industry leaders say it’s entirely possible that growing climate change concerns could lead to flattening oil demand in this decade. That’s as alternative energy sources become popular and more fuel efficient vehicles roll...

Toolbox Talks: Chase perfection, but embrace improvement

Years ago, our company was brought in by a large, industrial client (we’ll call them ABC) to help them improve their safety culture. ABC had been around for decades and was continually growing. However,...
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‘Seamless export’ key to south Louisiana’s economic future

The Port of New Orleans will play a considerable role in the regional economic landscape in 2020, says Port NOLA President Brandy Christian, as petrochemical and energy companies increasingly turn their attention to exports. That...

Growing gap in U.S. natural gas hub prices blamed on Louisiana pipeline congestion

Pipeline congestion in south Louisiana and East Texas are widening the gap in U.S. natural gas hub prices, S&P Global Platts reports. Steep basis discounts could emerge at neighboring and even more distant U.S. pricing...

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My Toughest Challenge: Kyle J. Remont of RED Group in New...

Position: President Company: RED Group, New Orleans What They Do: Specialize in control systems design and integration, industrial IT consulting and industrial control systems security. RED...

My Toughest Challenge: Korey Kimball of Bayou Companies in New Iberia

Position: Senior manager overseeing the project management division at the New Iberia operations facility Company: Bayou Companies What They Do: Provide a complete line of pipeline...
There’s a race afoot in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico. A host of companies and consortiums are pursuing the development of at least five separate deepwater oil ports off the coast of Texas, each hoping to tap into burgeoning worldwide demand for exports and a growing...

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10/12 Industry Report tracks the status of announced or proposed industrial projects in south Louisiana since Jan. 1, 2014, with projected capital investment of $25 million or more. The top map indicates projects estimated at $250 million or more; the map below it, those between $25 million and $250 million. Data is current as of January 1, 2020. Second line...

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