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Published July 13, 2020
Expiration date: 8/2/2020

NAME OF APPLICANT: CITGO Petroleum Corporation, c/o EDI Environmental, 148-A Easy Street, Lafayette, Louisiana 70506.

LOCATION OF WORK: Located in Calcasieu Parish, near Indian Marais Bayou, at the CITGO Petroleum Facility, located off Louisiana Highway 108, in the community of Sulphur, Louisiana, (Latitude North: 30.17326°N, Longitude West: -93.342975°W), as shown within the attached drawings. (Hydrologic Unit Code 08080206, Calcasieu Basin).

CHARACTER OF WORK:  The project site is located at the existing CITGO Petroleum facility. The project consists of constructing a warehouse, a machine and welding shop, and an access road and placing approximately 926 cubic yards of crushed stone and 1,852 cubic yards of concrete for the warehouse, 278 cubic yards of crushed stone and 556 cubic yards of concrete for the machine and welding shop, and 315 cubic yards of crushed stone and 630 cubic yards of asphalt for the road. Approximately 2.23 acres of forested wetlands would be permanently impacted via clearing, mulching, and fill operations. Approximately 1.71 acres of forested wetlands would be partially impacted via clearing and wood chip disposal operations as part of the facility’s siting and safety requirements. Wood chips would be placed at a height no higher than four inches in elevation. Approximately 463 cubic yards of crushed stone and 926 cubic yards of concrete would be placed in non-wetland for the instrumentation and electrical shop. An additional 0.91 of an acre of forested wetlands would be avoided during project implementation. If a Department of the Army permit is warranted, the applicant has proposed to mitigate any unavoidable wetlands impacts at an approved and acceptable mitigation bank within the New Orleans District.