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SWG-2014-00381 - Oxy Ingleside Energy Center, LLC - San Patricio County

Published Aug. 7, 2014
Expiration date: 9/18/2014

Full Public Notice    Project Plans     Mitigation Plan

The applicant proposes to mechanically grade and fill an approximately 464.5-acre area that includes approximately 27.67 acres of palustrine wetlands adjacent to Corpus Christi Bay.  The purpose of the project is to provide area for the future expansion of the applicant’s facility for storage and other terminal-related operations for the loading of crude oil, condensate and liquefied petroleum gas and liquefied natural gas onto ships.  The expansion includes construction of an 135.18-acre condensate storage area, a 28.16-acre truck loading area, an 85.87-acre propane and butane sphere area, a 68.67-acre LPG and LNG refrigeration area, a 70.11-acre oil tank storage area, a 6.79-acre utility corridor, a 41.57-acre pipeline corridor, and 24.69 acres of new roadway within the project site.  The proposed project site would be graded and leveled along existing contours to preserve existing site drainage.  Impacts to palustrine wetlands would be mitigated at a 1:1 ratio on site.