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Please join us in welcoming new member company, Kuchler Polk Schell Weiner & Richeson, LLC, to LMOGA. We are pleased to have this great firm as part of our membership.
Kuchler Polk Schell Weiner & Richeson, LLC proudly represents clients in a broad range of litigation and administrative matters including, among others, general business and commercial litigation, products liability litigation, mass tort actions, environmental cases, class action proceedings, and employment claims.
Please join us in welcoming new member company, Baker Hughes, to LMOGA. We are thrilled to have this great company as part of our growing membership.
Baker Hughes is a top-tier oilfield service company with a century-long track record, delivering solutions that help oil and gas operators make the most of their reservoirs. With 60,000 employees in more than 80 countries, their local geomarket teams work side by side with customers to engineer reliable application-specific products and services that create more value from the reservoir whether the application is deepwater, unconventional hydrocarbons or production and water management.
Over 100 students from the Arthur Ashe Charter School got stoked about STEAM- Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math - on Monday at the opening of interactive STEAM zone at the Smoothie King Center sponsored by Chevron.
The STEAM Zone features several interactive games and activities geared toward teaching children the science of basketball, such as vertical leap testing, a basketball stacking display and the anatomy of a basketball shoe, among others.
Terrebonne Parish School District received a $25,000 grant from Chevron to buy high-end science equipment for seventh- and eighth-grade students.
The grant will pay for new SmartMicroScope 5M microscopes, allowing more than 1,300 students to view cells, examine sides of a salt crystal and inspect insects’ eyes. The microscopes work with computers and interactive smart boards.
CITGO continued "Caring for Our Coast" and partnered with the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL) to host what is known as the largest volunteer-based restoration project in the region. Volunteers from Calcasieu and Cameron parish came out to Holly Beach Saturday and planted 70,000 dune grass plugs along a five-mile stretch of beach to promote sand along the coast.
"The coast is critical to current business, and it's critical to future business," said CRCL's Kimberly Davis Reyher. "We can find opportunities. We can find a restoration economy as we figure out how to get our land back and perhaps even reach out and teach others."