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SWG-2017-00649 - CITGO Products Pipeline Company - Trinity River - Liberty County, Texas

Published March 21, 2019
Expiration date: 4/22/2019

Full Public Notice          Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to partially decommission in-place as well as partially remove an approximate 6,400-foot section of an existing pipeline.  Approximately 600 feet of the pipe crossing the Trinity River will be removed entirely via cutting and ramming/pulling from workspaces at each end of the pipe section.  The remaining 5,800 feet of onshore portions of the pipe will be filled with cement slurry (grout), capped, and abandoned in-place.  Proposed temporary impacts consists of a 75-foot by 150-foot (.26 acres) westward temporary workspace located in emergent wetlands, as well as a 150-foot by 200-foot (0.69 acres) eastward temporary workspace that’s located in uplands.  Proposed workspaces are located within a previously disturbed right-of-way (ROW).