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SWG-2012-00198 - San Isidro Development Company, LC - Galveston County

Published Oct. 22, 2013
Expiration date: 11/5/2013

Full Public Notice    Project Plans    Mitigation Plan    Alternatives Analysis

The applicant requests permission to temporarily fill 3.62 acres of wetlands to construct an oil and gas exploration pad and temporary access road.  If the well is successful, the applicant requests permission to permanently fill 4.98 acres of wetlands (which would include the originally filled 3.62 acres of wetlands) to construct a production pad and roadway.

A public notice for the proposed work was issued on 12 July 2012. The applicant submitted the current iteration of the proposal taking into the account comments and concern that were received from the previous public notice. The applicant has increased the scope of the proposed Compensatory Mitigation Plan by increasing the mitigation area and incorporating a second mitigation site.