Recognizing the relevance of exportation to the development and growth of many nations, government and business entities- mainly in the Louisiana State, the policymakers and other key stakeholders should be devoting more time to expand its export opportunities for more revenue generation. This current study revolved around the Export Decision Support Model (EDSM) propounded by Viviers and Cuyvers (2012).  The time series data was sourced from the United States Census Bureau (2016) survey on State exports from Louisiana. The objective of this study was to demonstrate the modification of the EDSM for the development of the Louisiana State Exportation. The EDSM is designed and modified purposely for the State of Louisiana to enable it identifies the various export opportunities. The study used a time-series data across a variety of export commodities and import countries available in the State of Louisiana from 2013 to 2016. Based on the data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the International trade data between 2013 and 2016, it was underscored that the State’s gross export accounted for 80.4% , while the net export estimated around 8.8% of the Louisiana’s GDP in 2016 with a strong focus across Asia, and Europe. The study recommend that policymakers should pay more attention to the prioritize export commodities outline in the study.