Take notice that on December 9, 2004, Cameron LNG, LLC (Cameron) filed a request under section 3 of the NGA for an amendment to its authorization for import facilities that was previously granted in Docket No. CP02-378-000. Cameron notes that, order issued on September 11, 2003, Cameron was authorized to construct and operate facilities to import liquefied natural gas (LNG) near Hackberry, Cameron Parish, Louisiana.
Cameron seeks amended authority to make modifications to the berthing facilities at its LNG terminal. Cameron requests approval to modify the terminal's berthing facilities to allow a larger variety of LNG tankers to use the approved LNG terminal. Cameron says that it has determined that certain limited changes to facilities appurtenant to its LNG import terminal are desirable in order to: (1) Enhance operational safety; (2) improve the ability of LNG tankers to perform emergency departures; and (3) accommodate the berthing of the next generation of larger LNG tankers. The proposed modifications will require increased dredging and the addition of soil depositional areas to accommodate increased dredge material. The modifications also will require either the abandonment in place or relocation of portions of pipeline(s) owned by Hilcorp Energy I, L.P. that transverse through the terminal and berthing area.
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Comment Date: January 12, 2005.Start Signature
Magalie R. Salas,
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