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Commonwealth fights back against LNG protesters

Commonwealth LNG is asking federal regulators to reject environmental groups' objections to its proposal to build an LNG export terminal on the U.S. Gulf...

Louisiana’s Crosby Tugs merges with Seattle’s SEA.O.G. to focus on offshore wind industry

SEA.O.G Offshore, an integrated services provider to the offshore energy industry based in Seattle, has announced a merger with Crosby Tugs of Louisiana. The partnership...

Solar power offers $6 billion opportunity for Louisiana, researchers say

Efforts by a task force created Gov. John Bel Edwards to recruit and launch carbon capture projects in Louisiana—as a way to reduce the...

No-cost assessment identifies energy savings for small, medium manufacturers

Small- and medium-sized manufacturers in Louisiana may be eligible to receive a no-cost assessment provided by DOE Industrial Assessment Centers. The U.S. Department of Energy...

Funds earmarked for Port Fourchon channel deepening

House Republican Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) announced that he has secured $1.5 million in the Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies subcommittee bill...

Louisiana solar farms have surprising owners

Of the 16 solar power farms proposed in Louisiana, nearly half are controlled by an East Coast hedge fund with an appetite for solar...

DOE funds LSU Industrial Assessment Center

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced in a press release last week the distribution of $60 million in funding for its largest-ever cohort...

BOEM assessing interest in Gulf wind leases

The Biden Administration has ambitious plans to expand offshore wind to the Gulf of Mexico—and those plans are beginning to take shape, reports The...

LNG exports in Louisiana, U.S. as a whole are on the rise

Nine vessels carrying LNG left from Louisiana last week, part of a rise in U.S. exports of the super-chilled fuel.

API report: Nearly one quarter of Louisiana’s GDP is tied to oil and gas

More than 12% of Louisiana jobs and 23% of the state’s gross domestic product are tied to the oil and natural gas industry, according to a new analysis from The American Petroleum Institute that aims to highlight the industry’s importance in Louisiana.

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