Port continues moving forward despite low oil prices
Obviously, Port Fourchon has not been immune to the decline in oil prices and the across-the-board effect that it is having on our tenants, who both operate in, and service, the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. And, as with the other challenges that we have faced over the past several years, the port commission will continue to do what is both feasible and in the best interests of all our stakeholders, and that includes our tenants and community, as well.
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