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We’ve Had Enough

The “cabal” of trial lawyers have recently received some rather unfortunate press from both local and national publications.

BRIGGS: Optimism in the Chalk

Sitting through the local evening news may call for even the happiest Louisianian to reach for an anti-depressant.

LOGA: From Edwards to Edwards

As I now start the process of transitioning from my role as President of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association and into my new position as President Emeritus, I have taken the time to reflect on my years serving the oil and gas industry.

LOGA’s Resolutions for a Prosperous Louisiana

The Christmas season has come and gone, and now we are headed into the final stretch of the holiday season. The New Year has become synonyms with the sounds of champagne bottles popping, fireworks, the ball drop in Time Square, and New Year’s resolutions.

The Oil and Gas Industry’s The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – this 1966 Spaghetti Western is a staple in the career of Clint Eastwood and in the heart of many young men growing up in the late 60s.

The Fight Goes On

On the morning of October 30th, Louisiana’s oil and gas industry woke up to promising news amongst the headlines of low rig counts and low global commodity pricing. The United State Supreme Court denied hearing the Southeast Louisiana Flood Protection Authority-East’s (SLFPA-E) appeal of the lower courts ruling.

Great Expectations

Energy producers across the United States are benefitting greatly from the policies of our President and his cabinet appointments. New lands are being opened up for drilling and exploration purposes.