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SWG-2004-00465 - Sabine Pass LNG, LP - Sabine Pass - Cameron Parish, Louisiana

Published July 10, 2018
Expiration date: 8/9/2018

Full Public Notice          Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  Department of the Army Permit No. SWG-2004-00465, which permitted maintenance dredging of the marine terminal and placement of material into PAs ALT 1 and ALT 2, expired on 31 December 2017.  The applicant proposes to extend the time to perform maintenance dredging within their marine terminal for an additional five years, hydraulically dredging the marine berth to its previously permitted depth of -45 feet Mean Low Tide (MLT), and the construction dock berth to its previously permitted depth of -14.89 feet MLT plus 1 foot of overdepth.  The volume of material dredged is proposed to increase by 4.5 million cubic yards (MCY), to a total of 9.0 MCY over the 5-year period.  The applicant proposes to place the maintenance dredged material into previously permitted PA ALT 1, and/or into PA ALT 2, an open water beneficial use site.  The applicant proposes to expand the current 146.7-acre PA ALT 2 to 496.8 acres.  Material placed in PA ALT 2 would be transported via wave action onto the Louisiana Point beach face, for shore protection and wildlife habitat restoration.  The applicant proposes to retain all other conditions of the original permit.