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Energy Industry and CCA Answer Local Anglers’ Calls for Fisheries Restoration

April 16, 2024

3D-printed “Cajun Coral” brings new life to Timbalier Bay New technology is bringing new life to an old favorite fishing spot in Timbalier Bay on Louisiana’s coast. In December, 3D printed concrete “Cajun Coral” was barged out from Port Fourchon to the open bay and splashed down over the coordinates of Pelican Island, a former fish haven washed away nearly a decade ago. The new inshore reef is part of the Coastal Conservation Association’s (CCA) energy-funded artificial reef program and is already attracting aquatic life, with shellfish latching on to...


April 1, 2024

Join us at Industry Day 2024 for live music, free food, free drinks and networking. Explore informative and interactive activation stations from our partners to learn more about Louisiana’s #1 Industry and the people who make it possible. Hear about the industry’s role in the future of Louisiana and network with state leaders, energy employees and industry stakeholders in support of secure, affordable energy in our state. We are hosting this free event with our valued partners LMOGA, LOGA and ABC Louisiana at the Capitol Park Museum in Baton Rouge...

Louisiana Awarded $156M+ Through GOMESA, an Oil and Gas Revenue-Sharing Program

March 29, 2024

As Louisiana’s energy industry expands to provide safe, reliable fuel for the world, funding to protect our coast grows too. Louisiana receives these funds through revenue-sharing from the oil and gas industry. These revenues come from lease sales, bonus bids and production on leases granted since 2007. The award will be put towards coastal restoration efforts across 19 parishes. Louisiana is receiving almost twice as much GOMESA funding today as it did just six years ago, with more than $1 billion in coastal restoration and hurricane protection through GOMESA and...

Governor Landry Proclaims Full Support of Industry as Washington Halts LNG Progress

February 9, 2024

LNG Secures Louisiana’s Future The pause on LNG permits threatens Louisiana’s future and the nation’s security. This discourages energy investments in our state, diminishes economic opportunity and puts Louisiana jobs at risk. Washington needs to lift the pause on LNG permits before their actions significantly impact our energy security and economic prosperity as a leading energy state. SEE THE FACTS Governor Jeff Landry Backs Industry and Announces $100 Million for Chevron’s Geismar Expansion Project “The Oil and Gas Industry built Louisiana and keeps our economy moving. Our administration will always be a strong...

Shell, Chevron and Danos Partner with the Bayou Community Foundation and Mennonite Volunteers to Rebuild Homes in Lafourche Parish

December 8, 2023

With donations from community partners Shell, Chevron and Danos, the Bayou Community Foundation and Mennonite volunteers came together to rebuild homes destroyed by Hurricane Ida. Together, they hope to build 20 new homes for residents from La Rose to Grand Isle, many of whom have been living in FEMA trailers since the hurricane made landfall in August of 2021. The Mennonite Disaster Service’s Aid Group has been assisting in rebuild efforts in Louisiana since Hurricane Katrina devasted Gulf South communities in 2005. The Bayou Community Foundation helps transport volunteers from...

Terrebonne Parish: What do the candidates have to say?

October 31, 2023

Source: HTV Houma, Terrebonne Parish Presidential Debate, Oct 27. 2023 Source: WDSU 6 News, Oct. 30, 2023 Our energy industry creates jobs and economic investments and when it is hit with frivolous lawsuits, all the progress disappears. Lawsuits against oil and gas have done nothing for our parish except cost us energy jobs and wages. While other parishes have chosen to sue the energy industry, costing our state jobs and wages while delivering $0 for coastal restoration, Terrebonne Parish has stood firm against baseless coastal lawsuits for a decade, preserving...