Governor John Bel Edwards
Louisiana, the Bayou State, is well positioned to offer businesses an environment to expand renewable energy innovations.
Solar panel manufacturing facility will create more than 700 new jobs at the Acadiana Regional Airport in Iberia Parish, Louisiana.
SunGas will invest $1.8B In Pineville, Louisiana; SLB will invest $18.5M in Shreveport digital infrastructure manufacturing plant; 360insights relocates U.S. HQ to New Orleans.
Louisiana’s climate action plan gains momentum with a federal grant toward decarbonizing the manufacturing sector.
The $11.5 million project will centralize offshore support services, and create 44 new jobs in Lafayette.
Cargill, CF Industries, BASF and Calucem projects will create, retain more than 350 jobs throughout the state.
The new Greenberry Industrial manufacturing facility will occupy a former Gulf Island Shipyard site on the Mermentau River in Jefferson Davis Parish.
Advanced Call Center Technologies will invest $1.5 million to develop the customer care center in Shreveport, LA.
A second coil coating paint line will be added at Ternium's Port of Caddo-Bossier facility, resulting in a total of 133 new jobs.
The diverse, inclusive gumbo in Southwest Louisiana includes a highly skilled workforce that is the hot sauce for success in key growth sectors.
Hurricane Laura destroyed BioLab's previous chlorine facility in 2020; new facility will retain 19 jobs and create 82 jobs in Westlake, LA.
The company will invest $200 million in its latest robotics fulfillment center in Louisiana, scheduled to open by December 2022.
A sequestration feature at Louisiana Green Fuels’ plant at the Port of Columbia means it would remove more carbon from the atmosphere than it generates.
The expansion of Lineage Logistics' Port of New Orleans cold-storage facility will create 50 new jobs and support the state's $1.6 billion poultry industry.
Energy technology company Arq will develop a new industrial facility in St. Rose, LA to produce its proprietary Arq Fuel product.