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Published May 31, 2021
Expiration date: 6/19/2021

NAME OF APPLICANT: Columbia Gulf Transmission, LLC, c/o Perennial Environmental Services, LLC, Attn: Ms. Virginia Steen, 13100 Northwest Freeway, Suite 150, Houston, Texas 77040.

LOCATION OF WORK: Approximately 8 miles of new 30-inch natural gas pipeline lateral (POB Lat. 29.32059, Long. -89.92623 and POE Lat. 29.43759, Long. -89.92514) in Barataria Bay, compressor station near Centerville, Louisiana (Lat. 29.73739, Long. -91.44385 and near Golden Meadow, Louisiana (Lat. 29.32717, Long. -90.24247), as shown within the attached drawings.

CHARACTER OF WORK: Clear, grade, excavate and deposit fill to construct two new compressor stations, one near Centerville, LA and one near Golden Meadow, LA. Construct and install approximately 8 miles of new 30-inch natural gas pipeline, to include a new meter station, new mainline valve, tie-in facility, launcher and receiver facilities and other auxiliary appurtenant facilities, The purpose of the proposed development is to supply firm transportation capacity in the Columbia Gulf Transmission LLC’s interstate natural gas system for delivery to Venture Global Gator Express Pipeline. Project implementation would temporarily impact approximately 719.66 acres of jurisdictional wetlands and permanently impact approximately 3.10 acres. Fill operations will include the temporary excavation and side-casting of approximately 656,631 cubic yards of earthen fill, and backfill of approximately 669,852 cubic yards earthen fill for pipeline installation, approximately 13,691 cubic yards of crushed stone, approximately 21 cubic yards of concrete pilings, and approximately 3.31 cubic yards of steel piping, as foundation for roadways, compressor stations, meter platforms, and associated facilities. If a Department of the Army permit is warranted, the applicant has proposed to mitigate unavoidable wetlands impacts at an approved and acceptable mitigation bank within the N.O. District.