SEAONE GULFPORT LLC 
 SeaOne Gulfport hopes to negotiate a lease on the south end of the West Pier, where four buildings are shown in green. The rendering shows SeaOne when completely built out, but the company initially plans to start with one building. SeaOne uses a patented system to condition, liquiefy and transport gas.
SEAONE GULFPORT LLC SeaOne Gulfport hopes to negotiate a lease on the south end of the West Pier, where four buildings are shown in green. The rendering shows SeaOne when completely built out, but the company initially plans to start with one building. SeaOne uses a patented system to condition, liquiefy and transport gas.
SEAONE GULFPORT LLC SeaOne Gulfport hopes to negotiate a lease on the south end of the West Pier, where four buildings are shown in green. The rendering shows SeaOne when completely built out, but the company initially plans to start with one building. SeaOne uses a patented system to condition, liquiefy and transport gas.

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