Louis Dreyfus and Cargill form a joint venture to operate grain export facilities in the Pacific Northwest.
2005Louis Dreyfus sells its Argentina and Brazilian forestry and particle board businesses.
2005Louis Dreyfus sells its refinery located in Wilhelmshaven, Germany and the related marketing businesses.
2006Robert Louis-Dreyfus becomes CEO of the Louis Dreyfus Group and restructures it into autonomous focused operating companies, spinning off Louis Dreyfus Commodities.
2006A soybean processing plant and port facility with a daily crushing capacity of 8,000 tons opens in Timbúes, Argentina.
2007Louis Dreyfus Commodities opens the world’s largest integrated soybean-based biodiesel plant in Claypool, Indiana.
2007The Group's shipping business (Louis Dreyfus Armateurs) is sold to Philippe-Louis Dreyfus.
2007Highbridge Capital Management and the Louis Dreyfus Group form a joint venture, Louis Dreyfus Highbridge Energy LLC. The company purchased the remaining 50 percent equity interest in the Mont Belvieu Storage Partners joint venture from TEPPCO.
2008The Group's telecommunication business (Neuf Cegetel) is sold.
2011Louis Dreyfus sells its US commercial real estate business.