No Jones Act Waivers as Marine Markets Return to Normal After Canadian Pipeline Explosion

The explosion on the Enbridge natural gas pipeline on October 9, spectacular as it was, never drove the West Coast marine oil market to seek Jones Act waivers.  Although one oil major was contemplating Jones Act waivers, there was sufficient equipment in the Pacific Northwest and idle in the Gulf to meet any emergency supply needs.  In addition, the urgency of … [Read more...]