The project will consist of approximately 23.5 miles of 42-inch diameter pipeline extending from the proposed LNG terminal to near Grand Chenier, Louisiana (the “East Lateral”).
The 24-inch diameter crude oil Bayou Bridge Pipeline would be 162 miles long and cross eight Louisiana watersheds. In the Atchafalaya Basin, 77 acres of wetlands will be permanently affected and 171 acres of wetlands will be temporarily impacted.
The proposed 96-mile feed gas pipeline would deliver to the facility an annual average of 4 bcf/d of natural gas.
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