Latest Louisiana Offshore Oil Port Stories
Port Fourchon has recently completed construction of a new multi-agency Emergency Operations Center (EOC), including a 30-seat incident command room utilizing the Christie Phoenix open content
This Envisat radar image acquired over the Gulf of Mexico on June 22, 2010 shows that the oil spill (outlined in white) has radiated all over the Gulf of Mexico basin and is also continuing to feed into the Loop Current (red arrow).
After a month of oil spewing into the Gulf of Mexico, crude oil finally spread through fragile US marshlands on Thursday and now threatens Florida.
'Observation of the Deepwater Manifestation of the Loop Current and Loop Current Rings in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico'.
By Del Jones Hurricane Gustav took a direct hit on the Gulf of Mexico, temporarily suspending 100% of oil production in the Gulf, yet gasoline prices appear lower. It seems improbable, but energy prices are often driven more by psychology than by high winds.
By Sean Farrell The price of oil plunged more than $4 yesterday as fears receded that Hurricane Gustav would inflict severe damage on the US oil sector when the storm weakened off the Louisiana coast.
By JOHN PORRETTO HOUSTON -- An oil terminal and pipeline network expected to be built off the Texas Gulf Coast in about two years would be capable of handling nearly 20 percent of the nation's daily imported oil.
Enterprise Products Partners, Teppco Partners, and Oiltanking Holding Americas have announced that they have formed a joint venture to design, construct, own and operate a new offshore crude oil port and pipeline system in Texas to facilitate delivery of waterborne crude oil to refining centers along the upper Texas Gulf Coast.
By John Porretto HOUSTON - An oil terminal and pipeline network expected to be built off the Texas coast in about two years would be capable of handling nearly 20 percent of the nation's daily imported oil.
- A trick or prank.