Last quote by James Williams
We're hopeful that when the Trump Administration conducts a thorough review of U.S.-Cuba policy, they will see how enhanced cooperation between our port terminals and the Port of Mariel, would be very beneficial to U.S. export industries, U.S. ports with access to Mariel's shipping lanes and could create jobs across the country.
Jan 25 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which James Williams is associated, including Louisiana, Texas, and shortage. Most recently, James Williams has been quoted saying: “We're hopeful that when the Trump Administration conducts a thorough review of U.S.-Cuba policy, they will see how enhanced cooperation between our port terminals and the Port of Mariel, would be very beneficial to U.S. export industries, U.S. ports with access to Mariel's shipping lanes and could create jobs across the country.” in the article Cuban trade delegation visits U.S. as Trump ponders detente.
Quotes by James Williams
Jan 12 2017
This is a logical, responsible, and important step towards further normalizing relations with Cuba. The 'wet foot, dry foot' policy has been an enduring problem that decades of hostility and isolation failed to solve. This change, which has long had strong bipartisan support, would not have been possible without the re-establishment of diplomatic relations with Cuba.
Nov 18 2016
Natural gas and oil drilling activity should end the year within a few rigs of 600.
Sep 18 2016
The shortage appears greater because people are filling up more often so you are certain there is a shortage because there are lines at the station but on average they are only purchasing the quarter of a tank of gas instead of three-quarters.
Sep 09 2016
Next week, we're going to see a tremendous increase in oil stocks because of all the oil that did not come in last week because of Hermine.
Sep 09 2016
Most of yesterday's increase was on a false reading on a drop in crude oil stocks. But a closer look showed that it was mostly due to the storm delaying imports.
Sep 08 2016
The drop in crude stocks was caused by the decline in imports after the storm delayed ships going into Louisiana and Texas. Next week, crude stocks will likely rise dramatically as those ships offload this week.
Mar 15 2016
There are still some frustrations. But they are not insurmountable.
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