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Venture Global orders up $135 million in equipment for Calcasieu Pass

Chart Industries Inc. reports it has booked a $135 million order for the cold box and brazed aluminium heat exchanger equipment content on Venture...

Energy Transfer, Shell sign agreement for Lake Charles LNG export facility

Texas pipeline operator Energy Transfer and Dutch oil giant Shell have moved closer to making a final investment decision on developing a large-scale LNG...

Energy and petrochemical interests are driving Louisiana port growth

Driven largely by energy and petrochemical interests—from offshore production to the booming plastic resin industry—Louisiana's ports are assertively expanding.

Harvey Marine expands to Mexico, Trinidad and Guyana

Harvey Gulf International Marine is expanding its operations globally, with the opening of offices in Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico City, Trinidad, and...

Texas bankruptcy trustee wants south Louisiana industrial firms to return $5.3 million

A Houston bankruptcy trustee is coming after 17 south Louisiana industrial firms, seeking to claw back payments made by Montco Oilfield Contractors Inc. in the...

Sabine Pass dominates January LNG exports

Sabine Pass exported 95.7 billion cubic feet of natural gas to 12 countries in January, according to a new report from the U.S. Department...

Family of imprisoned Citgo executives with ties to Lake Charles speaks out

The two eldest daughters of Citgo executives with ties to Lake Charles who remain imprisoned in Venezuela are speaking out in hopes that the...

Exxon’s Moncada elected first female chair of Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association

ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Refinery plant manager Gloria Moncada has been elected the first female chairwoman of the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association in...

Post-Katrina promise of oil money didn’t live up to expectations

In 2006, a year after hurricanes Katrina and Rita devastated New Orleans and the Gulf Coast, the U.S. government struck a deal to give...

Court OKs directional drilling engineers as independent contractors

A federal appeals court in New Orleans has overturned a lower court’s decision and found that directional drilling engineers can be classified as independent...

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