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Published June 3, 2024
Expiration date: 6/23/2024

NAME OF APPLICANT: Denbury Gulf Coast Pipelines, LLC, c/o BGE, Inc., Attn: Mr. Grant Barber, 102 Whitetail Run, Bullard, Texas 75757.

LOCATION OF WORK: On an approximate 11.5-acre site, located east of White Castle beginning at an existing Denbury pipeline approximately 3.43 miles northwest of the intersection of LA Highway 1 and LA Highway 405 (30.159684 N, -91.075364 W), then heading easterly terminating northwest of Donaldsonville at the proposed Clean Hydrogen Works (CHW) Ascension Clean Energy Project (MVN-2023-00647-CQ) approximately 2.73 miles northwest of the intersection of LA Highway 1 and LA Highway 405 (30.155376 N -91.057483 W), near Donaldsonville, in Ascension and Iberville Parishes, Louisiana, as shown within the attached drawings. (Hydrologic Unit Code 08090302, Lower Mississippi River Basin, West Central Coastal Louisiana Watershed).

CHARACTER OF WORK: The proposed project is being readvertised due to additional jurisdictional wetland impacts as a result of the CEMVN finalized jurisdictional determination. Approximately 0.31 acre and 0.06 acres of permanent impacts to emergent and forested, respectively, have been added in the below project description. The applicant is proposing to install and maintain an approximate 1.2-mile long, 20-inch carbon dioxide pipeline. The proposed project would utilize an approximate 75-foot-wide right-of-way (50-foot permanent, 25-foot temporary construction). The project purpose is to connect Denbury’s existing Green Pipeline system to the proposed CHW Ascension Clean Energy Project. The proposed connection would be used to capture and sequester carbon dioxide that would normally be released to the atmosphere during the proposed facility operations. The proposed project would have a capacity of approximately 360 million standard cubic feet per day. The proposed pipeline would temporarily impact approximately 0.48 acre of herbaceous wetlands. The project proposes to impact via permanent conversion approximately 6.0 acres of forested wetlands converted to maintained herbaceous wetlands within the proposed 50-foot permanent right-of-way. Temporary conversion impacts to approximately 3.84 acres of forested wetlands are proposed within the 25-foot construction right-of-way. Approximately 0.43 acre of herbaceous wetlands and 0.76 acre of forested wetlands are proposed to be impacted permanently via fill placement. Approximately 67.26 linear feet of ephemeral streams and 17 linear feet of intermittent streams are proposed to be impacted as a result of the project. Approximately 4,344 cubic yards of earthen fill material and 1,448 cubic yards of gravel material would be placed as fill in wetlands and Other Waters areas for the project.