|Associated Branch Pilots - Captain Mike Lorino|
The Associated Branch Pilots (Bar Pilots) for the Port of New Orleans is an association of professional pilots who guide ocean-going vessels of all sizes and descriptions from the Gulf of Mexico through the narrow channels of Southwest Pass and the Mississippi River Gulf Outlet.
|Crescent River Port Pilot's Association - James E. "Jimmy” Cramond|
Since 1908, the Crescent River Port Pilots have been safely and efficiently piloting ships up and down the 106 miles of the Mississippi River between Pilottown and New Orleans. The Crescent Pilots use their knowledge of local waters and port conditions, and their experience as professional pilots to move a wide range of vessels ranging from oil tankers to cruise ships.
|LSU Center for Energy Studies - The Center for Energy Studies (CES) is mandated to provide energy information and analysis
that responds to the needs of the legislature, public agencies, and
business and civic groups.|
|Plaquemines Medical Center - Plaquemines Medical
Center understands the importance of providing prompt and efficient
delivery of emergency and routine care, primary healthcare services, and pre-employment physicals.|
|Plaquemines Parish Economic Development - Plaquemines Parish,
one of the fastest growing Parishes in the metropolitan New Orleans
area, and it is our hope that you find our Parish as pleasant as it
|Plaquemines Parish Tourism - The original sportsman's
paradise is open and ready for business again after Hurricane Katrina.
Pros like Keith Warren have known for years that you catch the BIG
ones every time here. With offshore, freshwater and marsh fishing available,
you can catch almost anything these waters have to offer. Just a quick
25-minute trip from New Orleans puts you in the heart of Southeast
Louisiana's best fishing.|