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Published Oct. 26, 2020
Expiration date: 11/15/2020

NAME OF APPLICANT:  Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, LLC, c/o Cardno, Inc., Attn: Jason Lancaster, 3905 Crescent Park Drive, Riverview, FL  33578


LOCATION OF WORK:  Centered at approximately Latitude: 29.852874, Longitude: -89.766730, and Latitude: 29.482039, Longitude: -89.775210, in St. Bernard and Plaquemines Parishes, Louisiana, as shown on the enclosed drawings.

Hydrologic Unit Code: 08090203 (Eastern Louisiana Coastal- Lake Pontchartrain) and 08090301 (East Central Louisiana Coastal- Barataria)


CHARACTER OF WORK:  Excavation and placement of approximately 403,603-cubic yards of native earthen material, 69,462-cubic yards of hauled-in earthen fill material, and 50-cubic yards of rock for the installation and maintenance of two 36-inch natural gas looping pipelines and a 23,470-horsepower compressor station.  Construction of the Yscloskey Toca Lateral Loop would total approximately 9-miles in length within St. Bernard Parish, and construction of the Grand Bayou Loop would total approximately 4-miles in length within Plaquemines Parish.  The applicant proposes to compensate for unavoidable, permanent project-related impacts to 30.81-acres of jurisdictional wetlands through the purchase of wetland credits from a Corps’ approved mitigation bank within the appropriate watersheds.