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Regulators OK deepwater oil terminal off Texas coast

The federal Maritime Administration has cleared the way for the licensing of a deepwater Sea Port Oil Terminal, or SPOT, 30 miles south of...

Mississippi River drought now a stabilized crisis

A record-breaking drought throughout the Mississippi River basin is finally beginning to ease, reports The Gazette. Low water levels impacted barge traffic and grain exports...

Sempra Infrastructure, Williams ink agreement for LNG projects

Sempra Infrastructure has entered into an agreement with Williams for the offtake of LNG and development of associated natural gas pipeline projects, reports LNG...

As rail strike looms, U.S. industry braces for impact

American consumers and nearly every U.S. industry will be affected if freight trains grind to a halt next month, reports the Associated Press. One of...

Supply Chain Panel: ‘Amazon Effect’ has altered industrial customer expectations

The petrochemical industry has been forced to transform the way it manages its supply chain due to the impact of the "Amazon Effect" on...

Port NOLA makes progress on planned new container terminal in St. Bernard Parish

The Port of New Orleans says major progress is being made on the planned $1.5 billion container facility that will be built in St....

Loss of contracts could alter Driftwood LNG’s ‘delivery schedule’

The loss of two of its biggest potential customers last week will likely alter Tellurian's "delivery schedule" at its Driftwood LNG plant in Carlyss,...

Port NOLA’s Christian touts Napoleon terminal, state funding during address

Brandy Christian, Port NOLA president and CEO, outlined key short- and long-term strategies during last week's State of the Port Address, reports the American...

ExxonMobil pushing against Gulf Coast fuel export restrictions

ExxonMobil is pushing back against reductions of U.S. fuel exports urged by the Biden administration in August, arguing that restricting shipments would further squeeze...

Low Mississippi River water levels impacting barge traffic

Parts of the Mississippi River are so low from weeks of drought that barge traffic is being limited at the worst possible time—as crop...

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