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SWG-2007-00606 -Oiltanking North America -waters and adjacent wetlands of the Texas City Ship Channel Turning Basin - Galveston County, Texas

Published Aug. 6, 2019
Expiration date: 9/6/2019

Full Public Notice          Proposed Plans          Wetland Functional Assessment and HGM Report

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to hydraulically or mechanically dredge 130,000 cubic yards from a 4.2-acre area of the turning basin to a depth of -40 feet below the mean lower low water line with an allowable 2 feet over dredge to facilitate the construction of a pile support dock.  The proposed project includes:

 

•            an access trestle to extend south to the shoreline

•            pipe rack bents along the east side of the trestle to support the piping infrastructure

•            the placement of four monopile breasting dolphins and four monopile mooring dolphins for ship berthing

 

The proposed project would impact approximately 3.65 acres of palustrine emergent wetlands (PEM) and estuarine emergent wetlands (EEM).  Applicant proposes to purchase mitigation credits from Gulf Coast Plains Mitigation Bank for the PEM and EEM impacts.  The applicant’s plans are enclosed in 19 sheets.