The Port provides safe harbor for all vessels at no charge on a first come, first serve basis until it has no additional occupancy. It provided refuge for 130 to 150 such vessels during Hurricanes Ike and Gustav. Download the Port of Lake Charles Hurricane Plan: Hurricane Plan 2018
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The Port of Lake Charles’ financial statements have received a clean audit for 2013 by a private accounting firm. The Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District Administration, Personnel and Audit Committee met Monday to discuss the findings. A representative of McElroy, Quirk and Burch was at the meeting and […]
G2X Energy Receives Air Quality Permits for Construction and Operation of its Big Lake Fuels Natural Gas to Gasoline Facility in Louisiana G2X Energy, Inc. announced on June 5 that the State of Louisiana and the Federal EPA have granted its wholly-owned subsidiary, Big Lake Fuels LLC, the required air […]