I think I have this all figured out.
20 from the primary
Candidate gets a percentage of the 20 based on the primary results, with a minimum of 25%.
Santorum gets 10 delegates from the primary (49%) and Romney gets 5 (27%). The other 5 are unbound and will be determined at the state convention.
18 (3 from each of the 6 congressional districts)
(Each district gets 25 delegates to the state convention where they will determine the 3 delegates to the national convention for their district.)
Paul swept 4 of the 6, Romney took 1 of 6, and they split 1 of 6.
Paul gets 12, Romney gets 3, and they'll split the other 3. (Paul took 11 of the 25, so it sounds like Paul will get 1 and Romney will get 2 from that one. Not sure how that will work.) Paul has 111 of 150 state delegates.
3 are the state chairman, national committeeman, and national committeewomen. 1 has already committed to Romney and the other two probably will.
The 5 uncommitted from the primary will be determined at the state convention. These probably all go to Paul.
There are 5 more delegates to be determined by the executive committee. These probably all go to Romney.
Assuming any unbound delegates not determined by the state delegates go to Romney, We probably end up with (out of a total of 46):Santorum - 10 (all bound)
Paul - 18
Romney - 18 (5 bound)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louisiana_Republican_primary_and_caucuses,_2012http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P12/LA-R