This election season has driven me to vary my reading habits. I now read columnists like George Will for conservative perspectives on Donald Trump. In an August column, Mr. Will’s description of Donald Trump sounded similar to operations in Louisiana (and around the globe).
“The governor’s actions today declared war on the oil and gas industry." So said Don Briggs, President of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association (LOGA), in response to Governor John Bel Edwards’ call for the oil industry to pay for destruction of the Louisiana coast.
This past Thursday on July 3rd, while most communities were be getting ready for a holiday weekend filled with fun, laughter, and fireworks, the community of St. Rose was in the library discussing their next action to deal with the horrid smell the residents have been dealing with off and on for over a month.
An EF-1 tornado, about 150 yards wide with maximum winds estimated near 105 mph, hit Garyville about 5:30 a.m., the National Weather Service said. The tornado damaged the cooling towers at the Marathon Refinery in Garyville that led to the complete shutdown of the crude unit.
To our friends living near the Houston Ship Channel, Galveston Bay and Matagorda Island: We have been tracking the oil spill response to the oil impacting your environment from ship-barge collision near Texas City in the Houston Ship Channel.
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