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A rising Mississippi River is raising industrial sector worries

There’s palpable concern among industrial owners that this year’s record rise in Mississippi River levels is not an isolated event. Some have begun to...

New carrier will transport product from Cameron LNG

The second of three carriers built to transport LNG from Cameron LNG in southwest Louisiana to markets in Japan and other countries has been...
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Will energy industry vessels get OK to expand disaster response capabilities?

The National Offshore Safety Advisory Committee last week approved a series of recommendations to the U.S. Coast Guard designed to expand the disaster response...

Dom Peré stays true to his roots

Delivering millions of dollars worth of disaster recovery cargo to the most remote, typhoon-ravaged islands of Micronesia might sound like a swashbuckling, Treasure Island-esque task, but...

Coast Guard plans maritime security training exercise on Thursday

The Coast Guard will conduct an Area Maritime Security Training Exercise Program on  Thursday, July 18. AMSTEP is a community-based antiterrorism exercise program that was...

VLS Recovery acquires Tubal-Cain Lake Charles facility

Specialty cleaning and waste processing services firm VLS Recovery has acquired the cleaning and repair division of Tubal-Cain, including its Lake Charles facility. At its...

Mandeville’s Florida Marine emerges as a major maritime player

The route map for the Mandeville-based Florida Marine Transporters resembles a vast, geographic circulatory system that begins at the mouth of the Mississippi River...

Intuitive innovation has made Mandeville’s Florida Marine a major maritime player

The route map for the Mandeville-based Florida Marine Transporters resembles a vast, geographic circulatory system that begins at the mouth of the Mississippi River...

Bollinger Shipyards names Chris Remont EVP of new construction

Lockport-based Bollinger Shipyards has promoted Chris Remont to executive vice president of new construction programs. Remont will oversee commercial and government new construction programs for...

More traffic means bigger, better boats

Traffic along Louisiana’s waterways is on the rise, a trend that will likely continue in the wake of $1 billion-plus industrial investments, the growing...

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