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Chevron committed $2 million Wednesday to LSU in support of an ongoing renovation of Patrick F. Taylor Hall, which houses the university’s College of Engineering. The company also announced it will donate an additional $700,000 to LSU’s College of Science.
Volunteers from Marathon Petroleum in Garyville donated school supplies to St. John parish schools, Garyville/Mt. Airy Math and Science Magnet, and East St. John Elementary, on Aug. 13. The supplies include bulk supplies of marble composition notebooks, paper and binders, as well as 180 backpacks filled with those school supplies listed on the St. John the Baptist Parish Public School web site for students in grades K-8.
Please join us in welcoming new member company, Bernhard Capital Partners, to LMOGA. We are pleased to have this great company as part of our membership.
Founded in 2013, Bernhard Capital Partners is a global private equity investment firm focused on the energy and energy infrastructure sectors. Its founding partners bring industry experienced knowledge and a strong operational approach that provide a competitive advantage for sourcing proprietary investment opportunities that maximize returns for their investors.
Please join us in welcoming new member company, Absolute Consulting, LLC, to LMOGA. We are pleased to have this great company as part of our membership.
Absolute Consulting was established in 1997 to provide technical consulting and staffing solutions to organizations in the nuclear power industry. Today, they are a leading supplier of technical experts and professional personnel for companies involved in a variety of industries including Nuclear Energy, Fossil Generation, Renewable Energy, Oil and Gas, and Transmission and Distribution.
A handful of Terrebonne Parish schools will receive state-of-the-art technology, wireless equipment and professional development training as the result of an $84,000 grant from BP.
The grant money, which will enhance the district’s most disadvantaged schools, will go toward two main projects — creating two “21st century classrooms” and expanding wireless Internet at local schools to accommodate more devices, educational technology facilitator Tricia Corbin said.