New terminal eyed for Pascagoula

BETHESDA, Md. -- A company that makes wood pellets and sells them to power plants overseas says it’s forming a new joint venture with an insurance company to buy a plant in South Carolina and build a port in Mississippi. Enviva Holdings of Bethesda on Tuesday announced the deal with the John Hancock Life Insurance Co. The joint venture will buy a wood pellet plant in Greenwood, S.C., from Navigator Co. SA, a Portuguese paper company. The joint venture will also build a port terminal in Pascagoula and plans to build two more pellet plants. (Source: AP via Sun Herald, 01/02/18)

Contract: Ingalls, $7M

Ingalls Shipbuilding of Pascagoula, Miss., was awarded a $7,016,664 cost-plus-fixed fee contract for post-delivery planning yard services in

DHS picks Mississippi

Mississippi State University in Starkville was chosen by the Department of Homeland Security as a base of operations for drone research. Research

B&D expands, creating 35 jobs

B&D Plastics, LLC is expanding in Gautier, Miss., a $750,000 corporate investment that will create 35 jobs. B&D Plastics is one of the

Northrop expanding in Moss Point

PASCAGOULA, Miss. – Northrop Grumman Unmanned Systems Center will expand its operation at Trent Lott International Airport in Moss Point,

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