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SWG-2021-00499 - Venture Global CP2 LNG, LLC - various wetlands and waterbodies in Louisiana and Texas, including the Sabine River - Jasper and Newton Counties, Texas, and Calcasieu and Cameron Parishes, Louisiana

USACE Galveston District
Published Aug. 24, 2023
Expiration date: 9/25/2023

Public Notice          Project Plans          Alternatives Analysis

The applicant proposes to place fill material into wetlands and waters of the US to construct a 26.9-mile pipeline with associated access roads, work spaces, meter stations, and interconnection points.  The pipeline is proposed to carry natural gas from the origination point in Jasper County, to a proposed LNG facility located in Cameron Parish, Louisiana (the LNG Terminal and pipeline segment, extending from Cameron Parish to the Terminal site, is being evaluated by New Orleans District Corps).  Approximately 1,086,899 cubic yards of fill material is proposed to be placed in wetlands and waters of the US to construct the Galveston District segment of the pipeline.  To compensate for impacts to jurisdictional areas, the applicant proposes to purchase credits from three mitigation banks, two in Texas and one in Louisiana.  Project impacts and mitigation credits are detailed in the public notice.