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SWG-2016-00268 - Zydeco Pipeline Company LLC - Neches River, Bird Island Bayou, and Bessie Heights Area - Jefferson and Orange Counties, Texas

Published July 18, 2019
Expiration date: 8/19/2019

Full Public Notice            Project Plans           Alternatives Analysis

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to replace a 22,688-linear-foot section of the Houston to Houma 22-inch-diameter pipeline.  Originating at the Motiva Terminal in Port Neches and ending at a valve station near Bridge City, Texas.   Approximately 52 acres of open water and wetlands will be temporarily impacted by construction.  Approximately 2 acres of Palustrine Forested Wetlands and 0.3 acres of Palustrine scrub shrub will be cleared, and converted to Palustrine Emergent Wetlands.  All excavated areas will be restored to preconstruction elevations.  Portions of the pipeline will be horizontally directionally drilled under the Neches River and Bird Island Bayou.  Approximately 53,011 cubic yards of material will be excavated and is proposed to be sidecast during open trenching and dredging to gain access to the project site.