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SWG-2007-01401 - Sunoco Partners Marketing & Terminals L.P. - Neches River - Jefferson County, Texas

Published Jan. 22, 2019
Expiration date: 2/22/2019

Full Public Notice          Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant requests to modify the previously authorized Permit SWG-2007-01401 (Formerly 09855) to construct a new 15- x 20-foot gangway tower foundation extending from the previously authorized platform and the associated new gangway tower, a new 12- x 42.5-foot-tall hose tower on the previously authorized platform, three new product loading arms on the previously authorized platform, one new 54-inch breasting dolphin with 5.5- x 12-foot fenders extending 8.5 feet into the Neches River, four new 5.5-foot breasting fenders on existing dolphins extending 8 feet into the Neches River, and a new piperack with nine 24-foot-wide rack bents spaced every 20 feet.

The proposed construction will increase the facility’s existing fenderline by 2 feet.  The facility is located in a portion of the Neches River designated as a “yellow” setback zone.