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The Water Institute of the Gulf is working at Port Fourchon

What’s the Water Institute of the Gulf doing in Lafourche and Lake Charles?

Anchored by a new building and a renewed sense of purpose, the Water Institute of the Gulf in Baton Rouge is turning its gaze...
In April, the Port of South Louisiana commemorated the 25th anniversary of operations of its transshipment center, Globalplex Intermodal Terminal

The Big Picture: Globalplex Intermodal Terminal celebrates 25 years

THE ANNIVERSARY In April, the Port of South Louisiana commemorated the 25th anniversary of operations of its transshipment center, Globalplex Intermodal Terminal. The 335-acre multipurpose...

Ready or not, a production surge is on its way to the Gulf Coast

The ripple effects of the shale boom will likely be felt far downstream. In December, panelists at the Petrochemical Supply Chain & Logistics Conference...

The Big Picture: Working together

A BIG PARTNERSHIP In November, the second of five heavy-lift project cargo pieces manufactured in Louisiana was exported through the Port of New Orleans, bringing...

Megaprojects require complex negotiations involving multiple stakeholders—particularly when it comes to logistics

Operating in a global economy involves partnerships within and across industries. This is evident with a number of large-scale, complex projects taking place across...

The big picture: The giant of the Gulf

HALFWAY AROUND THE WORLD In October, Ingleside, Texas, welcomed the hull of Shell’s Appomattox production platform, floating aboard a massive heavy-transport vessel, after its journey...

A story about a bridge

Leaders representing the business community announced April 4 the formation of a new statewide coalition to advocate for significant and sustainable transportation funding. The...

What to do with the New Orleans Public Belt?

For 109 years the New Orleans Public Belt Railroad has served as a catalyst for regional economic development by connecting the Port of New...

South Louisiana ports look to dredging of channels as catalyst for growth

The leaders of Louisiana’s deepwater ports are clamoring for deeper, more consistently maintained river channels, and their voices are getting louder. An increase in...

A roadway built for vacationers headed to Grand Isle in their Model T Fords...

The history of La. 1 in southern Lafourche Parish, in many ways, mirrors the history of economic development in the region. Built in the...

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