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Surplus money funds bulkhead expansion at Port Fourchon

Surplus dollars from one expansion project at Port Fourchon have gone to make another expansion possible. After completing 1,671 linear feet (LF) of bulkhead as...

Canadian crude exports from Port of Greater Baton Rouge, Texas ports on the rise

There's been an uptick in exports of Canadian crudes from the Gulf Coast, primarily via the Port of Greater Baton Rouge and ports in...

Houma-Terrebonne Airport gets $1.3M drone grant

The Houma-Terrebonne Airport has received a $1.3 million grant from the federal government to advance its unmanned aviation system. The airport commission has been working...

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...

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...

The maritime scramble: From workforce to infrastructure, ports are playing catch-up to meet the...

A look around the Crescent River Port Pilots Association’s control room in Belle Chasse tells the tale. With a complexity that rivals an air...
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Port Allen-crafted jet oil fuels All Nippon’s new ‘superjumbo’ jet

Synthetic jet oil produced by ExxonMobil in Port Allen is being deployed in All Nippon Airways inaugural  "superjumbo" aircraft on its new route between...

Near-misses, cybersecurity on Marine Industry Day agenda

The Greater New Orleans Port Safety Council’s annual Marine Industry Day is set for May 30—the eve of hurricane season—and will be held at...

Shell plans New Orleans trials of very low sulfur fuel oil

With new shipping fuel regulations by the International Maritime Organization approaching in 2020, Shell is offering trials for its very low sulfur fuel oil,...

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