Louisiana Pipeline Would Create 4,000-plus Jobs

A proposed crude oil pipeline expansion spanning much of South Louisiana would spur more than $829 million in new economic activity this year, create more than 4,000 jobs and generate more than $400 million in new wages, according to a study by the Louisiana State University (LSU) Center for Energy Studies (CES) funded by one of the project’s developers.

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