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Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association Announces Workforce Development Partnership

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Industry and the State of Louisiana partnering to develop a curriculum and certification program targeted toward deep-water exploration and production jobs

Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association, in partnership with educational institutions and the State of Louisiana, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today that establishes a long-term public-private partnership to develop a program to help Louisiana businesses meet the growing workforce needs of the deep-water exploration and production industry in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Oil and gas keeping us going

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The oil and gas industry is the backbone of Louisiana’s economy.

And nowhere is that more true than in south Louisiana, where so many of our businesses rely — directly or indirectly — on the industry.

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George Rodrigue Foundation of the Arts gets large donation

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The George Rodrigue Foundation for the Arts received a major boost for its Louisiana A+ Schools program thanks to a major gift from Chevron.

The company presented GRFA with a $50,000 donation during a fundraiser held on Thursday night at the home of University of Louisiana at Lafayette President Joseph Savoie on the UL campus.

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LMOGA Welcomes New Member Kelly Hart & Pitre

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Please join us in welcoming new member company, Kelly Hart & Pitre, to LMOGA. We are pleased to have this great firm as part of our membership.

For over 35 years, Kelly Hart has provided some of the country's most innovative and successful businesses, individuals and governmental entities with a full array of legal services. In those same 35 years, Kelly Hart has grown from five attorneys to over 140 practicing in more than twenty substantive areas of the law. 

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American Midstream expands Gulf of Mexico presence with $115M pipeline deal

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American Midstream Partners said on Tuesday (July 15) it would spend $115 million to buy an Alabama natural gas plant as well as offshore oil and gas pipeline from a competitor, adding to the company's existing oil and gas infrastructure in southeast Louisiana.

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