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SWG-2016-00757 - Genesis Energy, LP - Gulf of Mexico

Published Sept. 14, 2016
Expiration date: 10/14/2016

Full Public Notice    Project Plans

The applicant proposes to permit abandonment-in-place of a 6.7-mile-long, 12-inch-diameter steel natural gas service pipeline, coated with 1-inch of concrete, and buried with 3 to 5 feet of cover over the top of the pipeline.  This pipeline was originally authorized under Department of the Army Permit SWG-0-15625 and put in service in 1983.  The pipeline is located in the Gulf of Mexico, Matagorda Island Area, in Tract 652 and Blocks to 560, 569, 564, offshore Texas with water depth ranges of -45 feet to -75 feet.  In September 2012, full pipeline decommissioning was completed in accordance with the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement 30 CFR 250.1750 pipeline decommissioning requirements, which included:  1. Disconnection from previously serviced platform and subsea tie-in connection, 2. Flushing by pigging, and filling with seawater, 3. Plugging each end of the pipeline; and 4. Confirmed depth of cover at the pipeline ends, and covered endpoints with protective concrete mats.