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SWG-2019-00268 - Key Operating Company - wetlands - Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana

Published Jan. 14, 2020
Expiration date: 2/14/2020

Full Public Notice          Project Plans          Louisiana Wetland Rapid Assessment Method

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to discharge approximately 333 cubic yards of native material excavated at the project site into 1.14 acres of wetlands in pine flatwoods/savanna in order to construct a 194-foot by 255-foot ring levee around the perimeter of an oil well drill site.  Temporary boards will be laid on the ground to construct the drill pad and also placed over 0.02 acre of wetlands within the access road to the project site.  If the well site is productive, approximately 610 cubic yards of limestone will be placed in the drill pad area.  Limestone will also be added to the surface of the access road, including the 0.02 acre of herbaceous wetlands within the access road.  This is a second public notice due to a revision in the wetland delineation of the project site, which resulted in increased impacts to waters of the US.