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SWG-2004-02523 - Sabine Pass LNG, LP/Sabine Pass Liquefaction, LLC/Cheniere Trail Pipeline LP - Cameron Parish

Published Nov. 28, 2012
Expiration date: 12/31/2012

Full Public Notice Project Plans

The applicant proposes to modify their existing Liquefaction Permit Amendment to add additional work spaces and structures.  Subsequent to the Corps issuance of the Liquefaction Permit Amendment (SWG-2004-02523) on 15 March 2012, the applicant determined that additional work activities were necessary to accommodate construction and operation of the liquefaction facility.  In order to accommodate these activities, the applicant proposes to place fill material into a previously authorized mitigation area, referred to as “Mitigation Area D”, to place fill material into wetlands to create additional workspaces around the liquefaction site, to install a stack guy wire foundation, and to install two additional potable water lines under Sabine Lake via horizontal directional drill.  A total of 132,704 cubic yards of fill material, in the form of native material, stabilized native material, and gravel, is proposed to be placed into 58.04 acres of wetlands.