Just before noon on August 29, Hurricane Ida crashed ashore at Port Fourchon, La. Its 150 mph winds made it the fifth-strongest storm to hit the U.S. on record—and after causing devastation
Bollinger Shipyards LLC today reported that all 11 of its facilities are now open and operational following Hurricane Ida’s landfall last month near Port Fourchon, La., as a powerful Category 4 storm.
The Coast Guard is continuing to respond to impacts to waterways and assess environmental threats across Southeast Louisiana post-Hurricane Ida. These efforts include working In partnership with the U.S. Army Corps of
Hurricane Ida left a trail of submerged and grounded vessels behind it and the Coast Guard reports that it continues to respond to impacts to waterways and to assess the environmental threats
The Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) reports that container vessel operations resumed yesterday, September 7, just nine days after Hurricane Ida made landfall in southeast Louisiana as a category 4 storm.
Among vessels reportedly sustaining damage during Hurricane Ida was Noble Corporation’s ultra-deepwater drillship Noble Globetrotter II. That damage, it seems, was less than suggested in some social media posts. On September 1,
Efforts are underway to get U.S. Gulf of Mexico oil and gas production up and running in the wake of Hurricane Ida. Critical to these efforts will be resuming operations at Port
The Coast Guard captain-of-the-port, New Orleans, Capt. Will Watson, has opened the Lower Mississippi River to all vessel traffic in New Orleans and key ports throughout Southeast Louisiana, following Hurricane Ida. After
As parts of the eastern U.S. woke up today to deal with the lingering but still damaging effects of the remnants of Ida, recovery efforts in the Gulf Coast area continued. Many
While the good news coming out of New Orleans this morning was that electricity has been restored to limited areas of the city, overflight photos and media reports from the areas hit