Tag: Port of Brownsville

SS Cape Florida arrives at port for recycling

The SS Cape Florida arrived at the Port of Brownsville on Thursday, where after 36 years of service it will be dismantled and recycled. International...

Court dismisses LNG lawsuit; Judge says plaintiffs failed to prove harm

A lawsuit against the Brownsville Navigation District by the city of Port Isabel, its mayor and a city commissioner over LNG leases at the...

Port of Brownsville ranked third in financial resilience

The Port of Brownsville has been ranked the third most financially resilient port in the United States by the bond credit rating firm Moody’s...

With restaurants hurting, gulf shrimpers prepare for consecutive bad years

“Right now, unfortunately, we’re coming off of a bad year. 2019 was just a bad year; there wasn’t hardly any shrimp out there basically due to too much fresh water flowing into the gulf,” said Andrea Hance, a shrimp boat owner and executive director of the Texas Shrimp Association.

Lawsuit filed against FERC; Petitioners wanting LNG reevaluation

On the same day the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission rejected a request to reconsider its approval of Annova LNG and Texas LNG building facilities...

Port gets new cranes; More lifting capacity needed for growth

  A couple of giants arrived at the Port of Brownsville last month, and now they’ve been put to work on the docks. The Brownsville Navigation...

LNG signs pipeline agreement; Valley Crossing builder would construction Rio Bravo Pipeline

NextDecade Corporation and Enbridge Inc. have signed a “definitive agreement” for Enbridge to buy NextDecade’s Rio Bravo Pipeline Company. Enbridge would acquire 100 percent of...

EDITORIAL: Gassed: LNG companies advance, official actions should start

Three companies that want to build liquefied natural gas export terminals cleared a major hurdle Thursday when they all received approval from the Federal...

LNG firms gain approval; FERC completes review of Port proposals

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gave its approval Thursday to three companies planning to build multi-billion-dollar liquefied natural gas export facilities at the Port...

LNG companies gain FERC approval

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gave its approval today to several companies planning to build liquefied natural gas export facilities at the Port of...