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SWG-2012-00895 - Endeavor Natural Gas, LP - Brazoria County

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

Full Public Notice  Project Plans


The applicant proposes to mechanically dredge 2,500 cubic yards of material from a 13,277-square-foot open water area, within Cedar Lakes, to a depth of 7 feet below mean low tide, plus 1-foot overdredge, to allow barge access for drilling a new well adjacent to Cedar Lakes.  A 15-foot by 25-foot permanent access road and a 22,500-square-foot well pad will be constructed in uplands.  A 3.5-inch pipeline will be bored under Cedar Lakes for a distance of 5,463 linear feet, extending from the new well pad to a spoil island, located approximately 265 feet west of an existing production platform.  From the bore exit, the pipeline will be trenched through 40 linear feet of wetlands.  The remaining 228 linear feet of pipeline will be jetted across a 684-square-foot-area, within an existing channel, located between State Tract 2 and Cedar Lakes, to an existing production facility.  All temporary fills within jurisdictional wetlands will be restored within 180 days of the initial impact to wetlands.  The applicant has avoided impacts to oyster reefs and permanent impacts to wetlands by boring most of the pipeline route.