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Correcting course: Ignore the shadow that 2018 cast over LNG. The long-term demand remains.

In some ways, nothing has changed in the liquefied natural gas market. Proponents still expect unparalleled global demand and a significant supply gap over...

400,000 net acres in Austin Chalk, Louisiana-Mississippi stack play up for grabs

Amelia Resources is offering of 400,000 net acres in the Louisiana-Mississippi Austin Chalk and Louisiana-Mississippi Stack Play. “EOG, ConocoPhillips, and Marathon are leading the industry...

The good news/bad news of the Atlantis announcement

BP’s discovery of an additional 400 million barrels of oil in the Atlantis field—and its associated $1.3 billion expansion announcement in January—underscore the power...

Shell agrees to $2.2 million fine for 2016 Gulf spill

A subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell has agreed to pay a $2.2 million civil fine to the federal government to settle charges that the...

Bagwell Energy Services plans $2.5 million fabrication center expansion in Delcambre

Bagwell Energy Services is expanding its Port of Delcambre fabrication center in Iberia Parish, investing $2.5 million and adding 150 new jobs in the...

LMOGA makes it official: Tyler Gray named president

General Counsel Tyler Gray is now president of Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association. Gray, who has been at LMOGA since 2014, served as the...

Citgo’s Lake Charles refinery at stake in Venezuela’s political crisis

The Citgo refinery on the banks of the Calcasieu Ship Channel in Lake Charles is in the crosshairs of Venezuela's dueling presidents. As Bloomberg reports,...

Texas startup buys rights to drill in North Louisiana

A new Texas energy company has purchased oil and gas assets and drilling rights for more than 100,000 acres in northern Louisiana and southern Arkansas,...

LOGA: The latest Louisiana drilling report

Get the latest on current drilling activity throughout the Haynesville Shale, both north and south Louisiana land, inland state waters and the Gulf of...

Baton Rouge area legislators drafting bill to return ITEP to state control

Two Republican state lawmakers plan to file legislation that would return sole authority of the Industrial Tax Exemption Program back to the state, essentially...

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