Welcome to Texas, Anne! At nearly 1,100 feet long and 200 feet wide, this French VLCC vessel is the largest oil tanker to ever call on a port in the Gulf of Mexico. Officials for Occidental Petroleum navigated the super tanker and safely docked it at the Oxy Ingleside Energy Center export terminal. Learn more about what this means for Corpus Christi, Oxy and the Lone Star State in the Corpus Christi Caller-Times: http://ow.ly/hfSV30c5miv
Some big news coming out of the Texas Gulf day. No, make that VERY LARGE (crude carrier) news. Say hello to Anne, the VLCC ship, making its way to the Oxy Energy Center in Ingleside! Port Corpus Christi will host an event as the biggest oil tanker to ever port in the Gulf of Mexico arrives. http://www.kristv.com/story/35418818/super-tanker-will-be-brought-to-ingleside-to-test-the-waters
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30,400. That's the number of jobs Texas economy added in April. And, guess who contributed mightily to those numbers? Texas Manufacturers. #ManufacturingMatters
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It's simple. Manufacturing = Jobs.
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Big news for the Metroplex and further proof that in Texas, #manufacturingmatters.
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Here's how companies like LyondellBasell in LaPorte are innovating and demonstrating why and how #ManufacturingMatters.
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LIKE if you agree #ManufacturingMatters. Manufacturers are creating jobs and investing in Texas.