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St. Rose facility to produce marine, power fuel

Arq CEO Julian McIntyre announced last week that his company would invest in a new $40 million St. Rose facility that will produce a...

LSU professor lands NSF award to study ultrasonic processing for manufacturing

The National Science Foundation has awarded LSU mechanical engineering professor Genevieve Palardy with a five-year, $585,950 CAREER Award to study the use of polymer...

Top industry stories of 2020

A litany of tumultuous events turned 2020 into a very bipolar year. Few in south Louisiana’s industrial sector escaped the fallout from the COVID-19...

Top stories of 2020

A litany of tumultuous events turned 2020 into a very bipolar year. Few in south Louisiana’s industrial sector escaped the fallout from the COVID-19...

Venture Global project ahead of schedule

Construction of the Venture Global LNG plant at Calcasieu Pass is ahead of schedule and cargoes for a second project will be fully contracted...

Port NOLA eyes property for new container terminal

The Port of New Orleans could soon begin the due diligence process for a potential $1.5 billion multimodal container terminal to serve the largest...

T. Baker Smith CEO receives Legacy Award

Kenneth “Kenny” Smith, president and CEO of engineering firm T. Baker Smith in Houma, is the recipient of its annual Legacy Award, reports ENR...

Global industrial spending tied closely to second COVID wave

The challenges of 2020 didn’t cause the large-scale project cancellations that many feared. Rather, industrial owners shifted their projects to the right of the timeline...

Lexicon Fabricators and Constructors acquires Louisiana company

Lexicon Fabricators and Constructors has acquired Steel Fabricators of Monroe to expand its national presence. The 130 Louisiana employees will join the company’s American Institute...

Economist says oil demand has already peaked; prospects better for natural gas, ethylene

There’s no more suspense over when worldwide oil demand will peak, says nationally renowned economist Elliott Eisenberg. That’s because it already happened in 2019. Speaking...

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