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SWG-2015-00750 - Valero Refining - Texas, L.P. - Nueces County

Published Dec. 22, 2015
Expiration date: 1/8/2016

Full Public Notice          Project Plans

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:  The applicant proposes to:

1) Hydraulically and/or mechanically dredge a new 12.21-acre (492,000 cubic yards) basin to a depth of -45 feet mean low tide (MLT) in the CCSC with side slopes of the basin being constructed at 3:1;

2) Place the material in the following Dredged Material Placement Areas (DMPAs) – Suntide DMPA, DMPA No. 6, South Shore DMPA Cell A and DMPA Cell B, Herbie Maurer DMPA, or DMPA 1;

3) Construct a 50-foot-wide by 140-foot-long jetty platform;

4) Construct a 25- by 100-foot approach trestle;

5) Construct a 20- by 130-foot pipe rack;

6) Construct a 3- by 260-foot catwalk with four 72-inch diameter breasting structures.  The catwalk will extend approximately 130 feet both east and west of the proposed jetty platform; and

7) Construct four 48-inch diameter fender monopoles.