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Environmental group seeking to complicate oil transport in controversial pipeline, LMOGA responds

By Carrie Bradon | May 9, 2019

In early 2019, the Bayou Bridge Pipeline was the subject of a great deal of controversy as an energy company sought to attain use of private land in order to complete a 163-mile-long pipeline which would bring oil from Texas to Vacherie; now, opponents of the pipeline are seeking to put a hold on the pipeline’s operations.

New Orleans environmental attorney placed on probation following 2014 cyberstalking charge

By Karen Kidd | May 18, 2018

NEW ORLEANS (Louisiana Record) — New Orleans-based environmental attorney Stuart H. Smith, practicing in Louisiana for almost 32 years, has received a voluntary deferred suspension following a May 11 Louisiana Supreme Court attorney disciplinary proceeding after he was convicted of cyberstalking.

LOGA president calls on Vermilion residents to stand up to oil and gas suit

By Jenna Spinelle | Aug 7, 2016

VERMILION — The battle between energy and environment is at the heart of a lawsuit filed recently against 49 oil and gas companies operating along the Louisiana coast.

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