Posts Tagged ‘Gulf LNG’

The state’s busiest port looks toward steady, productive 2015

By Tammy Leytham The Port of Pascagoula will move forward with two major projects in 2015, keeping steady im-provements at the state’s busiest seaport – a $20 million-a-year operation. More than 38 million tons of cargo are moved each year at the port, leading to 19,000 direct jobs on the waterways and 37,500 indirect jobs […] [...]

Gulf LNG terminal mulling export opportunities

PASCAGOULA — A Pascagoula shipping terminal opened in 2011 to import liquefied natural gas now is working to become an export terminal. The nationwide shale boom has cut imports by three-quarters since the $1.1 billion Gulf LNG terminal opened near the Bayou Casotte Ship Channel. More than 431 billion cubic feet of liquefied natural gas […] [...]

Energy efficiency: Mississippi already benefiting from U.S. moving toward energy self sufficiency

Not that many years ago there were concerns about “the end of oil,” the depletion of the oil reserves that fuel the world economy. One of the largest economic problems in the U.S. was the cost of importing so much oil. But drilling technology innovations including fracking now have some experts predicting that by 2035 […] [...]

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