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Feds telling pipeline owners to improve cybersecurity

The federal government is moving from asking oil and gas pipeline owners to improve their cybersecurity to telling them to do so, an attorney...

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Gov. John Bel Edwards signed a proclamation last week recognizing October as Cybersecurity Awareness Month in Louisiana, reports KTBS. Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated and...

Southwest Louisiana is going ‘gigacity’ with new fiber network

Vexus Fiber is investing $50 million to bring a symmetrical multigigabit speed internet service in Southwest Louisiana. The company is fully funding the network providing...

Calcasieu hosts first-of-its-kind cybersecurity summit

Dozens of area officials participated in a first-of-its-kind cybersecurity summit on Aug. 3 at the McNeese Seed Center in Lake Charles, reports KPLC TV....

Carbon capture, storage could soon be a reality in Louisiana

A renewed national focus on reducing carbon pollution has several Louisiana businesses searching for ways to capture and permanently store the emissions in deep...

Hitting a wall: Only technology can take maintenance to the next level

Dow found itself battling the law of diminishing returns in its decades-long quest to optimize its maintenance processes. Though incremental improvements were made to...

Are ‘robocontractors’ the future of Louisiana industrial construction?

A pair of LSU professors hopes that their current research could one day turn robotic exoskeletons into reality in the construction space. In the...

Picking up speed: Offshore wind gains traction

Daniel Hogan hopes to operate the first wind lease in the Gulf of Mexico. It’s a bold step, but the president and COO of...

Louisiana: World leader on climate change?

Louisiana could become a world leader in the mitigation of climate change — albeit on a very small scale. Industry leaders say some of...

Green gets real: Excitement builds as momentum for renewable energy and net-zero grows

I n many ways, growing market demand and changing attitudes are already driving a major move toward “greener” energy sources in Louisiana—irrespective of governmental...

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