Chevron on Thursday is scheduled to hold its second open house
for the public to learn about a proposed Pascagoula liquified natural gas terminal. The new depot would be located on 200 acres of unused industrial land within the current Chevron refinery complex.
Bayou Casotte Energy, a subsidiary of Chevron, has not yet applied for permits for the project, which will include several major facilities including natural gas storage tanks, processing equipment and a ship docking area. The event at the Jackson County Civic Center from 5 to 8 p.m. is open to the public. (Source: Sun Herald)