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Venture Global Calcasieu Pass Terminal and TransCameron Pipeline Project

All dates below are specific to the schedule of the Environmental Review and Permitting processes for this project.


PROJECT STATUS
COMPLETE
COMPLETION DATE
Mar 05 2019
8 OUT OF 8
ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW
AND PERMITTING PROCESSES COMPLETED
SECTOR
Pipelines
CATEGORY
FAST-41 Covered Projects
LEAD AGENCY
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Description: 

This project consists of two proposals:  Venture Global Calcasieu Pass Terminal (Docket No. CP15-550-000) and TransCameron Pipeline (Docket Nos. CP15-551-000 and CP15-551-001).  The project consists of:  (1) the addition of 1.4 Bcf/d through construction of a new LNG export terminal in Louisiana; and (2) construction of a 23.4-mile-long natural gas pipeline and associated meter station in Louisiana, to provide 1.9 Bcf/d of natural gas transportation service at the LNG terminal for export.

Project Application and Supporting Documents

Federal Agency Actions

FERC Litigation

  • None filed. 

 

State Agency Permitting Timetable for Venture Global Calcasieu Pass Terminal and TransCameron Pipeline Project 
Responsible State AgencyFederal Permit/ReviewIntermediate Completion DateFinal Completion DateDescription Field
Louisiana Department of Natural Resources, Office of Coastal ManagementSection 307 CZMA ReviewN/ATBDThe state agency has not opted into the FAST-41 process.  This authorization is listed for information purposes only, and does not transfer any responsibility to the state agency to conform to the Permitting Timetable. 18 C.F.R. § 157.22 (2016) provides that "a final decision on a request for a Federal authorization is due no later than 90 days after the Commission issues its final environmental document, unless a schedule is otherwise established by Federal law."
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Water Permits DivisionSection 401 CWA Review - Water Quality CertificationN/ATBDThe state agency has not opted into the FAST-41 process.  This authorization is listed for information purposes only, and does not transfer any responsibility to the state agency to conform to the Permitting Timetable.  Water quality certification issued within 90 days after application is determined to be administratively complete.
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Water Permits DivisionSection 402 CWA Review - National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, Stormwater General PermitN/ATBDThe state agency has not opted into the FAST-41 process.  This authorization is listed for information purposes only, and does not transfer any responsibility to the state agency to conform to the Permitting Timetable.  Per state regulations, the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) has 300 days from receipt of an application to review and issue a water discharge permit.  LDEQ follows the 300 day timetable for review and issuance of water discharge permits.
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Water Permits DivisionSection 402 CWA Review - National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, Industrial Wastewater Discharge PermitN/ATBDThe state agency has not opted into the FAST-41 process.  This authorization is listed for information purposes only, and does not transfer any responsibility to the state agency to conform to the Permitting Timetable.  Per state regulations, the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) has 300 days from receipt of an application to review and issue a water discharge permit.  LDEQ follows the 300 day timetable for review and issuance of water discharge permits.
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Water Permits DivisionSection 402 CWA Review - National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, Hydrostatic Test Discharge PermitN/ATBDThe state agency has not opted into the FAST-41 process.  This authorization is listed for information purposes only, and does not transfer any responsibility to the state agency to conform to the Permitting Timetable.  Per state regulations, the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (LDEQ) has 300 days from receipt of an application to review and issue a water discharge permit.  LDEQ follows the 300 day timetable for review and issuance of water discharge permits.
Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Air Permits DivisionTitle V CAA Review - Operating Permit for Air EmissionsN/ATBDThe state agency has not opted into the FAST-41 process.  This authorization is listed for information purposes only, and does not transfer any responsibility to the state agency to conform to the Permitting Timetable. 18 C.F.R. § 157.22 (2016) provides that "a final decision on a request for a Federal authorization is due no later than 90 days after the Commission issues its final environmental document, unless a schedule is otherwise established by Federal law."

 

 

Last updated March 7, 2019

Permitting Timetable

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Action Information

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