Landrieu presses FERC nominees on Midla Pipeline
ArcLight’s plans to abandon a pipeline that has served nine parishes in Northeast and Central Louisiana would effectively end affordable natural gas services to these parishes that are sparsely populated and relatively poor.
Landrieu Brings Senate Energy Committee to Toledo Bend Reservoir
U.S. Senator Mary L. Landrieu, D-La., the chair of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, emphasized the job-creation potential of the Toledo Hydroelectric Project during a May 17 Committee field hearing at the Cypress Bend Conference Center.
Landrieu, Republican Senator Secure Commitment to Keep Constructing MOX Facility
This project sustains thousands of jobs across the country and remains the only way to safely dispose of our weapons grade plutonium stockpile. It is not only critical to our economy, but also to our national security.
Landrieu to Push Vote on Keystone
I will press hard for a vote in the coming weeks to build this pipeline.
Landrieu Blasts Administration for Yet Another Keystone Delay
I plan to use my power as chair of the Senate Energy Committee to take the decisive action to get this pipeline permit approved.
Landrieu Highlights Need to Ensure Security and Reliability of Nation’s Electric Grids
A power outage of even a few minutes can be a terrible inconvenience, it can be a costly occurrence, or it could be a real threat to public health, particularly when temperatures are very high or very low, or in the aftermath of storms, disasters, hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, mudslides, fires.
Landrieu Reacts to Proposed GOMESA Rule
We need to build upon GOMESA and pass the FAIR Act to accelerate the payments, lift the arbitrary cap and provide all coastal states the same fair deal that interior states have for the energy they produce. I will not stop fighting until Louisiana gets its fair share of revenue, and this injustice ends.