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Louisiana’s first wind turbine arrives at Avondale Global Gateway

Louisiana’s first wind turbine and its components have arrived at Avondale Global Gateway (AGG) after a transatlantic journey from Ireland, reports the American Journal...

Venture Global builds massive sea wall to protect Plaquemines LNG facility

Plaquemines Parish might seem like a risky location for a $21 billion LNG plant, but Arlington, Va.-based Venture Global says it has the answer...

CF Industries’ Donaldsonville plant plays role in first ship-to-ship ammonia transfer

Trafigura Group has completed its first ship-to-ship (STS) transfer of ammonia using approximately 6,000 metric tons of the product from CF Industries' Donaldsonville manufacturing...

Louisiana-based Maritime Partners acquires methanol-to-hydrogen marine company

Louisiana-based maritime financing company Maritime Partners has completed its acquisition of e1 Marine, a company that produces hydrogen generation technology for the marine sector,...

Why Shell is taking an impairment hit of up to $2B

Shell expects to book up to $2 billion in post-tax impairments after delaying construction of a major biofuels plant as European energy majors grapple...

This south Louisiana solar farm is expected to begin producing energy in 2025

In 2021, it was announced that DEMCO had entered into a deal with NextEra Energy to develop a 100 MW, $160 million solar farm in Tangipahoa Parish—the Amite...

Environmental advocates push DEQ not to renew Formosa project’s air permit

Environmental law advocates have asked the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality not to renew the air permits for a planned Formosa plastics manufacturing facility...

Shaw Group, Liberty Mutual reach $1.1M settlement in long-standing dispute

The Shaw Group Inc., an energy services firm founded by prominent Baton Rouge businessman Jim Bernhard, has agreed to pay Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance...

Court won’t block federal rule on emissions at Denka’s LaPlace facility

A federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., has refused to block a new federal rule requiring Denka Performance Elastomers to dramatically limit the release of...

Supreme Court upends 40-year-old Chevron decision, considered a win for business interests

The Supreme Court last week upended a 40-year-old decision that made it easier for the federal government to regulate the environment, public health, workplace...

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