Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Saudi Arabi?

Louisiana, the second-largest oil refining state in the U.S., is proposing to crude-producing nations to turn farms into an oil refinery, said Dane Revette, the state's director of energy development.

The Gulf Coast state has two existing refineries whose stakeholders include foreign oil companies -- one from Venezuela and the other Saudi Arabia. Revette, who is attending today's Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries meeting in Vienna, is conferring with officials from OPEC and non-OPEC countries while there in hopes of building a third, he said.


Kuwait, the fourth largest oil producer in the Middle East, has expressed interest in building a U.S. refinery and has held talks with Louisiana state officials, Kuwaiti officials have said.


Sophmom said...

I'm surprised this provocative post has no comments.

Hope da po boy is doin' fine.

Zihuatanejo said...

I wonder how long it will be before the Times P has the guts to write a story like this one?

And is when is New Orleans going to realize it is sinking due to organized crime run by a secret private company that is bigger than Microsoft. I mean come on, how do you expect levees.org to compete with this? And don't forget to check out the interactive map by Clicking here, then clicking launch and clicking the window

dillyberto said...

What is Kuwait paying evacuees?

Houston might send them over.

Maitri said...

You can thank me later.