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Napoleonville

[nə′pōl·ē·ən‚vil]
(geology)
A North American (Gulf Coast) stage of geologic time; a subdivision of the Miocene, above Anahauc and below Duck Lake.
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announced April 10 the start of a supplemental binding open commitment period to determine shipper demand for incremental capacity being added on the Aegis pipeline between Mont Belvieu, TX and the Napoleonville, LA area, along the Mississippi River corridor.
Additionally, Caprock has announced that drilling of the Templet #1 well in the Napoleonville Field in Assumption Parish, Louisiana, is expected to begin on or about July 23, 2014.
2 Baton Rouge Area, Louisiana--Ascension, East Baton Rouge, Iberville, Livingston, and West Baton Rouge Parishes; the northern half of Assumption Parish, including the towns of Napoleonville, Pierre Part, and Plattenville; and the town of Union in Saint James Parish.
In Napoleonville, Louisiana, for example, the local Boys & Girls Club held a traditional New Orleans-style jazz funeral for Mr.
Those two segments are the 502-mile carbon dioxide line running between Cortez, CO, and Denver City, TX, and a 250-mile ethylene line between Deer Park, TX, and Napoleonville, LA.
The Partnership also owns and operates the Napoleonville storage facility, which is located off Highway 70 in the Bayou Corne area.
On-site investigation revealed the storage cavity, located more than 3,000 feet (914 meters) underground, had been mined closer to the edge of the subterranean Napoleonville salt dome than thought.
Martin Parish and eastward to Napoleonville, LA where Enterprise's Promix NGL fractionation and storage facilities are located.
Included is a leased gas storage center in Napoleonville, LA, with 3.
com for the design and build of a Low Velocity Wind Energy Turbine system with solar skin collectors and battery storage for demonstration and sale at their 63 acre Supreme Energy Park in Napoleonville, LA.
com) has completed funding to implement its business model for recycling a renewable resource, bagasse into livestock fiber with Nutri-Mastic (TM) to address the worldwide livestock feed shortage utilizing its 63 acre property and buildings in Napoleonville, LA.
The system includes a leased natural gas storage center in Napoleonville, LA with 3.