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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...

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...

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Second unit rolling at Cameron LNG

In Cameron Parish, the Houston-based Cameron LNG's export facility has started generating liquefied natural gas from its second unit. "We are pleased to reach this...

Magnolia LNG’s supply deal with Vietnam moves forward

A liquefied natural gas supply deal between the proposed Magnolia LNG export terminal in Louisiana and the Vietnamese government has taken a significant step...

Dallas Fed: Oil patch firms plan spending cuts in 2020

About half of oil field service firms in the oil patch region plan to cut spending in 2020, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas...

Electrical infrastructure firm building $20 million headquarters near Covington

A company specializing in electrical substations, protective relays and transmission lines and counts industrial plans among its customers is building a new headquarters in...

The race for deepwater oil ports in the Gulf of Mexico is on—and Louisiana...

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...

Third LNG carrier completed for Cameron LNG deliveries

The final new LNG carrier commissioned for deliveries from Cameron LNG has been completed. Marine Link reports the 155,000 m3 capacity carrier—named Marvel Pelican—was built...

Tellurian gets OK to begin site prep, demo work for Driftwood LNG

Federal regulators have authorized Tellurian site preparation and demolition work at the site of its planned Driftwood LNG export terminal project in Louisiana. The order...

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