10/12 Industry Report, First Quarter 2016

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1012 FEB coverCOVER STORY

JUST STAYING AFLOAT

With oil prices at rock-bottom, companies that depend on drilling are in survival mode.

Plus, a look at strategies for tough times and a snapshot of what to expect in the next 12 months.

Read more stories from this edition of 10/12 Industry Report below. Send your ideas and company news to editor@1012industryreport.com.


Liquefaction-Equipment-1UPDATE

The LNG industry in southwest Louisiana continues to move full steam ahead.


EXCEL-Trelyn Pitts

JOB READY

Mobile Services and “nesting” from the Alliance Safety Council are helping companies save time and money during worker processing.


BR 10-12 Industry Report, Greg Bowser, Collin Richie Photo, 1.27.16

EXECUTIVE PROFILE

Louisiana Chemical Association’s Gregory M. Bowser


Dr. Ernest Mencer and Dr. Tracee Short meet with patient Lynel East, Jr. at the Baton Rouge General Medical Center's Burn Unit.

ALMOST LIKE A MIRACLE

Industrial operations and their workers throughout south Louisiana are fortunate to have Baton Rouge General’s Regional Burn Center nearby.


Orion FinalCOMPANY SPOTLIGHT

Orion Instruments shines in the global market.


Panama Canal ExpansionBIG CARGO

Louisiana ports and the industries that depend on them are expecting to catch a wave when the expanded Panama Canal opens this year.


Karen Clapp-Lake CharlesGO GROUP UPDATE

Despite tensions, southwest Louisiana leaders move ahead with initiatives to reap the benefits of rapid growth.


Byron Stephens, president of Step-Ko products 29 Januar2016A PARTNER FOR MANUFACTURERS

MEPOL offers various services, including workforce training and marketing


Port ExportsRENEWABLE, SUSTAINABLE … AND PROFITABLE

An October conference at the LSU AgCenter examined the progress and outlook for the bioproducts industry in Louisiana.


Page64GraphicPROTECT YOUR ASSETS!

What today’s manufacturers should know about patent law. Part 1 of 2.


oilCRUDE CALCULATIONS

Will the end of the ban on exporting oil be good or bad for Louisiana?


silhouette of construction worker on construction site

MIXED OUTLOOK

At a fall economic forum, experts noted construction could benefit from stagnant oil as jobless workers fill labor void.


Cordell HaymonMY TOUGHEST CHALLENGE

SGS Petroleum Service Corp.’s Cordell Haymon


Connie-Fabre-88INSIGHT: CONNIE FABRÉ

GBRIA members on the move


(Photo by Marie Constantin) Stephen Waguespack

INSIGHT: STEPHEN WAGUESPACK

There is no silver bullet


David Dismukes, LSU Center for Energy Studies

INSIGHT: DAVID E. DISMUKES

Reading the signs for the energy complex

 

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