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Published Sept. 25, 2023
Expiration date: 10/15/2023
NAME OF APPLICANT: Crescent Midstream, LLC, c/o Delta Coast Consultants, LLC, Attention: Kenneth King, 631 South Hollywood Road, Houma, Louisiana 70360.

LOCATION OF WORK: Located on the northern bank of North Pass, approximately 12.75 miles east Head of Passes, in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana, (lat. 29.203581, long. -89.043364), as shown on the attached drawings. (Hydrologic Unit Code: 08090100; Lower Mississippi – New Orleans).

CHARACTER OF WORK: To install and maintain 4 breakwater structures and 14 subsurface concrete mats to protect the existing MP-69A facility and adjacent infrastructure from wave action and erosion. Construction would include jetting for access and the creation of spoil banks. The proposed breakwater structures, one approximately 638 feet long and three approximately 300 feet long, would be placed north, east, and south of the existing facility on top of geotextile fabric (width approximately 47 feet) to an elevation of +4.0 with an 8-foot crown. The proposed 8 by 20-foot concrete mats would be 9 inches thick and connect to extend over two existing pipelines at a depth of approximately -3.0 to -4.0 feet. Access channels ranging from 50 to 90 feet wide would be required for construction equipment and material access. The material from jetting is proposed to be temporary for the access areas north of the facility and permanent to the east and south. Dredging and filling activities associated with the proposed project are anticipated to impact 9.45 acres of water bottoms and permanently impact 0.68 acres of wetlands.