MCALLEN, Texas – Eduardo “Eddie” Campirano, port director for Brownsville Navigation District, says he is “enthusiastically optimistic” about business activity at the Port of Brownsville, including construction of liquefied natural gas export terminals. 

Campirano gave an in-depth presentation about the latest developments at his port at a recent Texas Association of Business/Rio Grande Valley Partnership business summit held at the McAllen Convention Center. 

Here is everything Campirano said at the event. 

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