Port Fourchon

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Steve Scalise said ( about Port Fourchon ) : “I am proud to announce that Louisiana’s First Congressional District supports the most Jones Act jobs in the entire nation,” “From the Mississippi River to Port Fourchon, the maritime community in Southeast Louisiana keeps our state and our country’s economies moving. With 33,590 domestic maritime jobs, the First District alone generates roughly $9 billion in annual economic impact for the state. Louisiana is blessed with an abundant amount of natural resources, and it is the people working each and every day along our waterways and in our shipyards that help us utilize these resources to the fullest. Most importantly, however, is the role that the Jones Act community plays in our country’s national security. Sustaining these highly-skilled positions and a thriving industrial base in Louisiana and across the country ensure America will always have a knowledgeable and ready maritime workforce to build, maintain, and strengthen our naval capabilities. When our shipbuilders and maritime workers are able to thrive, the entire country benefits” External link

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Chris Jones said ( about Port Fourchon ) : “I have traveled down La. 1 to both Fourchon and Grand Isle numerous times,” “Every time, I vividly recall that drive seven years ago; it’s impossible to forget. But what I’m grateful for is that this memorial will be here at the end of this road forever to remind our family and everyone else about Gordon and all the others that have lost their lives in this Gulf” External link

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Port Fourchon

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Steve Scalise said ( about Port Fourchon ) : “I am proud to announce that Louisiana’s First Congressional District supports the most Jones Act jobs in the entire nation,” “From the Mississippi River to Port Fourchon, the maritime community in Southeast Louisiana keeps our state and our country’s economies moving. With 33,590 domestic maritime jobs, the First District alone generates roughly $9 billion in annual economic impact for the state. Louisiana is blessed with an abundant amount of natural resources, and it is the people working each and every day along our waterways and in our shipyards that help us utilize these resources to the fullest. Most importantly, however, is the role that the Jones Act community plays in our country’s national security. Sustaining these highly-skilled positions and a thriving industrial base in Louisiana and across the country ensure America will always have a knowledgeable and ready maritime workforce to build, maintain, and strengthen our naval capabilities. When our shipbuilders and maritime workers are able to thrive, the entire country benefits” External link

hellenicshippingnews Wednesday, February 13, 2019 10:33:00 PM EAT

Chris Jones said ( about Port Fourchon ) : “I have traveled down La. 1 to both Fourchon and Grand Isle numerous times,” “Every time, I vividly recall that drive seven years ago; it’s impossible to forget. But what I’m grateful for is that this memorial will be here at the end of this road forever to remind our family and everyone else about Gordon and all the others that have lost their lives in this Gulf” External link

seattletimes Sunday, October 29, 2017 9:54:00 AM EAT