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Stay ay Home: What does it mean for Louisiana's oil and gas industry?

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LOGA
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Past President
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The Governor has announced Shelter in Place protocols. While it is critical that we do our part to flatten the curve, activities that are necessary for the production of oil or natural gas are considered essential services.


We are going to have to use our best judgement to determine what is essential. If you can work from home, please do. Here is the link to CISA guidelines for identifying critical infrastructure workers during the COVID-19 response.


Additionally, we continue to work closely with our federal delegation to fight for the health and future of our industry during the oil price crisis. Here is the letter they have penned to Vice President Pence, US Trade Ambassador Lighthizer and to the Secretaries of the US Department of Commerce, the US Department of the Interior, the US Department of Energy.


Our COVID-19 resource page is live and we continually update it with resources for you. Bookmark and share www.loga.la/covid-19 for the latest information.


If you have any questions, please reach out to us at gifford@loga.la and 225-892-7688.

LOGA

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LOGA
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Past President
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Louisiana Oil & Gas Association

Gifford Briggs is the past president of LOGA. He joined LOGA in 2007 working closely with the legislature and later spearheading the organization as its President. Gifford now serves as the Gulf Coast Region Director for the American Petroleum Institute.