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SWG-2008-00497 - Port Arthur LNG Common Facilities Company, LLC & Port Arthur Pipeline, LLC - various waterways - Jefferson County, Texas

Published Oct. 4, 2018
Expiration date: 11/19/2018

Full Public Notice          Public Notice          Compensatory Mitigation Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to construct, install, operate, and maintain structures and equipment necessary for liquefaction and export of natural gas, including construction of three pipeline segments with compressor stations and attendant features.  Terminal features include liquefaction trains, operating facilities, a marine berth, marine offloading facility (MOF), and a pioneer dock to be constructed adjacent to the SNWW.  The applicant also proposes to construct a new segment of State Highway 87 that would reroute the roadway behind the proposed terminal facility.  Approximately 967.1 acres of wetlands and waters of the US are proposed to be impacted to construct the terminal site.  Approximately 317.7 acres of wetlands and waters of the US are proposed to be impacted to construct the Texas connector pipeline.  Approximately 636.91 acres of wetlands and waters of the US are proposed to be impacted to construct the Louisiana connector pipeline.  A complete breakdown of the project impacts are attached in Table 1.