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Alaskan Processors harness fish waste to power engines

9 September, 2005
Although Alaska seafood processing companies have been harnessing fish waste, such as heads, guts and bones to fuel their power generators and boilers for quite some time, the trailblazing technology has surged ahead with the recent increase in fuel prices.www.fis.com

Hurricane Katrina worsens already debilitated native shrimp industry

8 September, 2005
The severe boat and infrastructure damage inflicted by Hurricane Katrina in the gulf states of Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana has only further disabled the nation's shrimping industry that was economically struggling to begin with, say bayou shrimpers. The United States coastal region provides nearly half of all US shrimp consumed, with Louisiana hauling in more shrimp than any other state. Mounting fuel costs, fierce competition by way of cheaply produced foreign farmed shrimp are also factors.www.fis.com

U.S. Seafood Supply & Prices Affected by Katrina

5 September, 2005
Louisiana Oysters and other varieties of fish and shellfish dependant on active Gulf Coast Ports will rise or become unavailable in some parts of the nation this week. fis.com

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11 February, 2005
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