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Pipeline cyberattack exposes energy infrastructure vulnerabilities

Though the Colonial Pipeline that supplies fuel to nearly half the East Coast is back up and running again after a five-day shutdown caused...

G2 Net-Zero LNG to debut new technology at Lake Charles area plant

G2 Net-Zero LNG's planned export facility in the Lake Charles area will be the first to integrate NET Power’s Allam-Fetvedt Cycle technology, following the...

Partnership will store hydrogen in Louisiana salt caverns

Mitsubishi Power Americas and Texas Brine Company are collaborating to develop large-scale, long-duration hydrogen storage solutions in Louisiana and other locations to support decarbonization...

API’s Sommers tours Louisiana to fight offshore drilling ban

Mike Sommers, chief executive officer of the American Petroleum Institute, got the whirlwind tour of Louisiana last week, meeting with membership companies and politicians...

Cheniere LNG delivers non-carbon LNG cargo from Louisiana facility

Cheniere Energy Inc. LNG announced that it has delivered a carbon-neutral cargo of LNG to Royal Dutch Shell Plc from its Sabine Pass Liquefaction facility...

’10/12 Industry Report’ webcast: How quickly should Louisiana adapt to the changing energy landscape?

Change is undoubtedly coming to the energy sector, so how quickly should Louisiana adapt? That’s the question that was posed by both Scott Angelle, former...

Grön Fuels complex in Port Allen receives air permit

Fidelis Infrastructure and the Baton Rouge Area Chamber announced on April 22 another milestone in the development of the $9.2 billion Grön Fuels renewable...

Strategic Biofuels plans renewable fuels plant

Gov. John Bel Edwards and Paul Schubert, CEO of Strategic Biofuels LLC, announced last week that the company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Louisiana Green Fuels, plans...

Louisiana loses 7,500 oil and gas jobs during pandemic

Employment in Louisiana’s oil and gas industry has been declining since 2014 and took another big hit during the COVID-19 pandemic, with 7,500 more...

Louisiana-bound Argos makes pit stop in Corpus Christi

The longest leg of a 15,000-mile journey for BP's massive floating production unit, Argos, ended last week when the 60,000-ton structure docked at Kiewit...

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