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UPDATE FALL 2019 PORT OFIBERIA Craig F. Romero - Executive Director E.R. "Smitty' Smith, IIII- President The Gulf Coast Cajun Connection Mark T. Doré Vice-President Danny J. David-Secretary-Treasurer Larry G. Rader I Roy A. Pontiff Simieon d. Theodile, Sr. | Shane M. Walet PRIME PROPERTY AVAILABLE-CALL 364-1065 GOOD NEWS RedGuard, an expert in design and building of blast-resistant buildings, has recently purchased the former Geo Marine property at the Port of Iberia. This manufacturing facility is in addition to their Curtis Lane location. FLEXE CSC Sugar, LLC, a leader and innovator in sugar trading, distribution and refining, has recently purchased surplus sugar from area sugar mills Patriot Construction, formerly LeBlane Marine, is providing material handling and loading the sugar to barge at their Port of Iberia facility. CSC Sugar operates dry transfer and liquid sugar plants in El Paso and Fort Worth, TX, Covington, T'N, Chicago, IL and Fairless Hills, PA. Dynamic Industries, Inc. has completed delivery of 92 pre- assembly modules for one of the world's largest energy companies. These modules are being used in a polyethylene plant in Pennsylvania. They are continuing fabrication on 38 pre-assembly modules for a Propylene Oxide and Tertiary Butyl Alcohol plant located in Texas. Dynamic's superior work continues with their recent contract with Marathon Oil for fabrication of 20 plus modules. ILyondell Basell of Lake Charles has also contracted with Dynamic for a large number of modules that have begun construction as well. Their Lake Charles Plant produces polypropylene that customers use to make clothing, food packaging, houschold furnishings, automotive parts and home building materials CRAIG ROMERO DISCUSSES PROJECT WITH REDGUARD Chart Industries is busy with production of cold boxes and brazed aluminum heat exchangers for Venture Global's 1- MTPA Calcasieu Pass liquified natural gas export terminal project. The construction of the comprehensive LNG technology solution for this project will be delivered on a multi-year schedule. Chart Industrial is in discussions with other Port of Iberia companies to assist with this project. AGMAC UPDATE The Port of Iberia is another step further in dredging the Acadiana Gulf of Mexico Access Channel (AGMAC). The AGMAC would allow dredging of a 16-foot deep channel from the Port of Iberia to the Gulf of Mexico via the Intracoastal Canal. Craig Romero, Port Executive Director, stated that $13.5 million has been received from the state to begin Phase I. The first step to prepare for the dredging is to lower five pipelines to required depth at the Commercial Canal between the port and the Intracoastal Waterway. This work is slated to begin in July 2020. Improved bulkheads to 20 feet inside the port have already been completed at a cost of $29 Million dollars over the past 5 years. Romero emphasized the importance of the channel to Port businesses to remain competitive. "Dynamic, Omega, Frank's...they are all being denied the ability to bid on projects because of navigation charts showing a low depth at the Port of Iberia, Romero said. P.O. Box 9986, New Iberla, LA 70562-9986 Phone (337) 364-1065 Fax (337) 364-3136 E-mail: info@portofiberia.com www.portofiberia.com UPDATE FALL 2019 PORT OFIBERIA Craig F. Romero - Executive Director E.R. "Smitty' Smith, IIII- President The Gulf Coast Cajun Connection Mark T. Doré Vice-President Danny J. David-Secretary-Treasurer Larry G. Rader I Roy A. Pontiff Simieon d. Theodile, Sr. | Shane M. Walet PRIME PROPERTY AVAILABLE-CALL 364-1065 GOOD NEWS RedGuard, an expert in design and building of blast-resistant buildings, has recently purchased the former Geo Marine property at the Port of Iberia. This manufacturing facility is in addition to their Curtis Lane location. FLEXE CSC Sugar, LLC, a leader and innovator in sugar trading, distribution and refining, has recently purchased surplus sugar from area sugar mills Patriot Construction, formerly LeBlane Marine, is providing material handling and loading the sugar to barge at their Port of Iberia facility. CSC Sugar operates dry transfer and liquid sugar plants in El Paso and Fort Worth, TX, Covington, T'N, Chicago, IL and Fairless Hills, PA. Dynamic Industries, Inc. has completed delivery of 92 pre- assembly modules for one of the world's largest energy companies. These modules are being used in a polyethylene plant in Pennsylvania. They are continuing fabrication on 38 pre-assembly modules for a Propylene Oxide and Tertiary Butyl Alcohol plant located in Texas. Dynamic's superior work continues with their recent contract with Marathon Oil for fabrication of 20 plus modules. ILyondell Basell of Lake Charles has also contracted with Dynamic for a large number of modules that have begun construction as well. Their Lake Charles Plant produces polypropylene that customers use to make clothing, food packaging, houschold furnishings, automotive parts and home building materials CRAIG ROMERO DISCUSSES PROJECT WITH REDGUARD Chart Industries is busy with production of cold boxes and brazed aluminum heat exchangers for Venture Global's 1- MTPA Calcasieu Pass liquified natural gas export terminal project. The construction of the comprehensive LNG technology solution for this project will be delivered on a multi-year schedule. Chart Industrial is in discussions with other Port of Iberia companies to assist with this project. AGMAC UPDATE The Port of Iberia is another step further in dredging the Acadiana Gulf of Mexico Access Channel (AGMAC). The AGMAC would allow dredging of a 16-foot deep channel from the Port of Iberia to the Gulf of Mexico via the Intracoastal Canal. Craig Romero, Port Executive Director, stated that $13.5 million has been received from the state to begin Phase I. The first step to prepare for the dredging is to lower five pipelines to required depth at the Commercial Canal between the port and the Intracoastal Waterway. This work is slated to begin in July 2020. Improved bulkheads to 20 feet inside the port have already been completed at a cost of $29 Million dollars over the past 5 years. Romero emphasized the importance of the channel to Port businesses to remain competitive. "Dynamic, Omega, Frank's...they are all being denied the ability to bid on projects because of navigation charts showing a low depth at the Port of Iberia, Romero said. P.O. Box 9986, New Iberla, LA 70562-9986 Phone (337) 364-1065 Fax (337) 364-3136 E-mail: info@portofiberia.com www.portofiberia.com