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SWG-2018-00213 - Olin Blue Cube Operations, LLC - tributary to Oyster Creek and adjacent wetlands - Brazoria County, Texas

Published July 12, 2018
Expiration date: 8/13/2018

Full Public Notice          Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to discharge fill material into an intermittent tributary and adjacent herbaceous wetlands associated with the construction and installation of a 300’ x 400’ well pad site, permanent access road and culvert, appurtenant utilities, and 7 pipelines:  a 12” brine (7,050 linear feet[lf]), a 12” mining water (1,585 lf), a 4” nitrogen (2,455 lf), a 4” diesel (2,455 lf), a temporary 8” weak brine (3,545 lf), a temporary 8”/10” mining water (3,665 lf), and a temporary 4” brine (1,610 lf).  The proposed work is to provide salt dome cavern development.  Proposed temporary construction and work space impacts will be 22.62 acres of wetlands and 0.67 acre (20 lf) of tributary, and permanent well pad and access road impacts will be 3.73 acres of wetlands and 0.04 acre (30 lf) of tributary.  Pipelines will be installed by horizontal directional drilling, and open trenching to a depth of approximately 5 feet.  Following installation, the pipeline right-of-way will be restored to pre-construction condition and reseeded/re-vegetated.