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Louisiana Oil and Gas Association says coastal lawsuits are impacting state business climate

Following the recent elections, the Plaquemines Parish Council, which at one time appeared to be willing to end its involvement in coastal lawsuits against the state’s energy industry, now seems to have even more support for continuing the litigation.

“The devastation the legal climate has had on Louisiana’s oil and gas industry can not be overstated,” Gifford Briggs, president of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association, recently told the Louisiana Record.

“The continuation of these lawsuits only benefit a small group of trial lawyers looking for a jackpot settlement,” Briggs said. “Louisiana Oil and Gas Association remains committed to fighting to put an end to these unnecessary and excessive lawsuits”…


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