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Project Name Project Parish Incident Name Responsible Party Project Status RRP Restoration Type RRP Injured Resource Administrative Record Restoration Goal Goal Size Result Size Project RRP Region Restoration Category Agency Involvement Related NRDA(s) Related Project(s) Restoration Project (Resource/Habitat) Restoration Project Notes Performance Metrics Project Latitude Project Longitude Project Location LOSCO_ID ALL_INCIDENT_NAME ALL_RESPONSIBLE_PARTY External ID External Type Notification Date INCIDENT_DATE SPILL_SOURCE PRODUCT_RELEASED Impact Observation Date Impact Source Impact Notes SPILL_PARISH Incident Source Region Spill Latitude Spill Longitude Spill Location Notes NRDA_STATUS_CODE_NAME NRDA_AGENCY_INVOLVEMENT INJURY_RESOURCE_CATEGORY_CODE_NAME INJURY_RESOURCE_SUBCATEGORY_CODE_NAME RESOURCE_SPECIFIC_INFORMATION_CODE_NAME POSITION_TYPE INJURY_POSITION_NOTES NRDA_RESTORATION_PROJECTS DISPLAY_STATUS_CODE_NAME CASH_CATEGORY CASH_SUBCATEGORY IS_PROJECT_SPECIFIC RRP_PROJECT_NAME RESTORATION_NEXUS RELATED_ADMINISTRATIVE_RECORD_NAME RELATED_ADMINISTRATIVE_RECORD_UID RELATED_NRDA_ADMINISTRATIVE_RECORD_UID RELATED_NRDA_ADMINISTRATIVE_RECORD_NAME ON_SCENE RRT_TYPE INJURY_NEGOTIATIONS_NOTES CASH_NEGOTIATIONS_NOTES PROJECT_NEGOTIATIONS_NOTES CASH_POSITION_NOTES PROJECT_POSITION_NOTES RESPONSIBLE_PARTY_NOTES SPILL_OTHER_AGENCY_NOTES NRDA_OTHER_AGENCY_NOTES RESPONSE_STATUS EST_SPILL_VOLUME_BBLS OTHER_AGENCY_NOTES NRP_AGENCY_INVOLVEMENT RESTORATION_PROJECT_NAME GOAL_SIZE_UNIT RESULT_SIZE_UNIT
Lake Hermitage Marsh Creation - EML NRDA Increments Plaquemines Lake Grande Ecaille; Little Lake; Mosquito Bay BP Pipeline; Equinox; Transco Implementation COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Herbaceous Wetlands COASTAL-Herbaceous Wetlands; COASTAL-Birds; COASTAL-Water Column Organisms Administrative Record(s) Create (Lake Grande Ecaille); Create (Little Lake); Create (Mosquito Bay) 10.6 ; 4.5 ; 8.4 2 Compensatory LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; CPRA; NOAA; DOI/USFWS 3;4;5 Brackish Marsh <p class="MsoNormal">The goal of this project is to create at least 23.5 acres of brackish marsh using sediment dredged from a borrow area in the Mississippi River to fill shallow open water areas immediately north and adjacent to a project footprint known as the Lake Hermitage Marsh Creation project.&nbsp; The project is being implemented as the basis for providing compensatory restoration for the 1998 Lake Grand Ecaille, 2001 Mosquito Bay, and 2002 Little Lake oil spill incidents.&nbsp; The project involves fill areas that will be planted with native marsh vegetation to establish a vegetative community on the constructed marsh platform.&nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="font-size: 0.875rem;">Platform construction was completed in October 2014 and vegetative plantings were completed in October 2015.</span></p><p class="MsoNormal"><o:p><br></o:p></p> Spatial Extent; Percent Cover; Elevation; Invasives/Undesirables 29.55934 -89.84973 Fill areas north of CWPPRA project (BA-42) Fill Area A (southeast corner of Lake Hermitage) LA1998_0922_0000; LA2002_0406_1000; LA2001_0405_1002 Lake Grande Ecaille; Mosquito Bay; Little Lake Equinox; Williams Field Services; Transco; BP Pipeline 561893; 01-01963; 598673; 02-01916; EQXE; MBAE; LITE; 598670; D0041; D0021; EMLE; D0044; EMLE; D0021; D0023; EMLE; D0021 Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; LSP; LSP; NRC; NRC; NRC 09/22/1998; 04/05/2001; 04/06/2002 04/06/2002; 04/05/2001; 09/22/1998 Facility - Well; Facility - Pipeline; Facility - Pipeline Natural Gas Condensate; Crude Oil; Crude Oil Brackish Marsh and open water bay Lafourche; Plaquemines; Terrebonne 2; 2; 3 9.3600029.2748329.5278 89.79166-91.17931-90.1948 Restoration Implementation;Restoration Implementation;Restoration Implementation LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA; DOI/USFWS; USDOJ; LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR Habitat; Aquatic; Wildlife; Aquatic Marsh; Fish; Birds DARP; DARP; DARP; DARP 98.25 acres of brack; Estimated aquatic fa; 131 estimated bird m; Estimated benthic co Current; Current; Current; Current Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 29; 30; 28 Mosquito Bay Damage Assessment; Little Lake Damage Assessment ; Equinox Lake Grande Ecaille Damage Assessment Yes, RRT Approval - In Situ Burn, , , , , , , , , No Further Action; No Further Action; No Further Action, 1,800 LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA; NOAA; DOI/USFWS; DOI/USFWS; USCG; USCG Acres; Acres; Acres, ,
Pecan Island Planting Vermilion Freshwater City Apache Corporation Failed COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Herbaceous Wetlands COASTAL-Herbaceous Wetlands Administrative Record(s) Create 2.0 Acres 4 Compensatory LDWF; LDNR; LDEQ 28 South Lake de Cade Vegetative Plantings Brackish Marsh <p class="MsoNormal"><span style="background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">This project is compensatory restoration for the 1997 Freshwater Bayou oil spill. The project goal is to enhance approximately 2 acres of brackish-intermediate marsh to compensate for injuries to approximately 6 acres of brackish marsh and potential injuries to birds and other wildlife. The project involves planting two acres of California Bulrush (</span><i>Schoenoplectus californicus </i>formerly <i>Scirpus californicus</i>) in shallow-water broken marsh habitat near Pecan Island, Vermilion Parish and achieve 80% cover after one growing season. The project failed to meet the prescribed performance standards and the <i>South Lake de Cade Vegetative Plantings project</i> was implemented as a corrective action.<o:p></o:p></p> Percent Cover; Spatial Extent 29.616 -92.43 Pecan Island LA1997_0621_0000 Freshwater City Apache Corporation 06/21/1997 06/21/1997 Facility - Pipeline Natural Gas Condensate; Crude Oil 06/21/1997 LOSCO Approximately 6 acres of marsh were oiled Vermilion 4 9.5556 92.3452 SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES>Vermilion Block 16 approximately 3 miles west of Freshwater City</SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES> Completed LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR Habitat Marsh DARP Marsh Plantings Current Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 12 Apache Damage Assessment , RRT Approval - In Situ Burn, , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 2 LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA Marsh Plantings Acres, Acres,
South Lake de Cade Vegetative Plantings Terrebonne Freshwater City Apache Corporation Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Herbaceous Wetlands COASTAL-Herbaceous Wetlands Administrative Record(s) Create 2.0 Acres 4.2 Acres 3 Compensatory LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR 28 Pecan Island Planting Brackish Marsh <span style="font-size:11.0pt;line-height:107%; font-family:&quot;Calibri&quot;,sans-serif;mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin;mso-fareast-font-family: Calibri;mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-latin;mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:&quot;Times New Roman&quot;;mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi; mso-ansi-language:EN-US;mso-fareast-language:EN-US;mso-bidi-language:AR-SA">This project is a corrective action (new project) for the failed Pecan Island Plantings project. The project goal is to create at least 2 acres of brackish-intermediate marsh to compensate for injuries to the natural resources resulting from the 1997 Freshwater Bayou oil spill. The project involves planting Bulwhip&nbsp;<span style="font-size: 10.5pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: &quot;Segoe UI&quot;, sans-serif; color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">(</span><i>Schoenoplectus californicus&nbsp;</i>formerly&nbsp;<i>Scirpus californicus</i>)&nbsp;at two sites along the south-facing levee embankment that forms the southern shoreline of Lake de Cade. Plantings were completed in May 2006 and all monitoring requirements were met as of July 2008. A Certificate of Completion was issued by the Trustees in January 2009.</span> Stem Density; Spatial Extent; Percent Survival 29.38150 -90.88563 South-facing levee embankment that forms southern rim of Lake de Cade LA1997_0621_0000 Freshwater City Apache Corporation 06/21/1997 06/21/1997 Facility - Pipeline Natural Gas Condensate; Crude Oil 06/21/1997 LOSCO Approximately 6 acres of marsh were oiled Vermilion 4 9.5556 92.3452 SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES>Vermilion Block 16 approximately 3 miles west of Freshwater City</SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES> Completed LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR Habitat Marsh DARP Marsh Plantings Current Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 12 Apache Damage Assessment , RRT Approval - In Situ Burn, , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 2 LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA Marsh Plantings Acres, Acres,
Octave Pass Crevasse Splay Marsh Creation Plaquemines North Pass Devon Energy Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Herbaceous Wetlands COASTAL-Herbaceous Wetlands Administrative Record(s) Create 6.43 Acres 60 Acres 2 Compensatory LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA; DOI/USFWS 37 Freshwater Marsh <p class="MsoNormal">The goal of this project is to create at least 6.43 acres of freshwater marsh wetland habitat.&nbsp; The project is being implemented to compensate the public for lost natural resources and services due to the 2002 North Pass oil spill incident.&nbsp; The project involves cutting a crevasse in the right descending bank (i.e. southern bank) of Octave Pass, in the Delta National Wildlife Refuge, to create emergent marsh and promote in-filling of the adjacent open water area (Brant Island) with sediment-laden river water.&nbsp; &nbsp;<o:p></o:p></p> Spatial Extent; Channel Profile 29.20216 -89.23942 Octave Pass (Brant Island) Modern Bird's Foot Delta LA2002_0923_0600 Ocean Energy Pass A Loutre; North Pass Ocean Energy; Devon Energy 623760; NPAE; D0047 Budget Code; Budget Code; NRC 09/23/2002 09/23/2002 Facility - Storage Tank Crude Oil 09/23/2002 LOSCO Approximately 20 acres Roseau cane marsh. While filling a storage tank on an offshore facility an overflow occurred releasing at least 400 bbls of crude oil into the Gulf. The winds pushed the oil into the Roseau-Cane dominated marsh, this in conjunction with the heavy rains and high winds of TS Isidore have hampered clean up efforts. Plaquemines 2 9.20056 89.04583 Completed LOSCO; LDEQ; LDWF; LDNR; NOAA; DOI/USFWS Habitat Marsh DARP 120 acres moderately Current Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 24 North Pass Damage Assessment Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 400 LDEQ Acres, Acres,
Pass a Loutre WMA Dock and Camping Area Plaquemines Westchester Marine Oil Trader Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Recreational Resource Services COASTAL-Recreational Administrative Record(s) Create 1 1 2 Compensatory LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA; DOI/USFWS 38 South Pass Crevasse Splay Public Use - Recreational Fishing <p class="MsoNormal"><span style="font-size: 10.5pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: &quot;Segoe UI&quot;, sans-serif; color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">This project is compensatory restoration for the 2000 M/V Westchester oil spill. The project goal is to compensate for lost public use by enhancing access to, and increasing the overall recreational use of, an unimproved area that is often used by anglers and hunters. The project involves building a multi-purpose recreational dock and camping area with recreational amenities at the Freshwater Reservoir on Pass a Loutre WMA. </span><span style="color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">Project construction was completed in October 2003 and a Certificate of Construction was issued in November 2003. </span><span style="background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">A Certificate of Completion was issued by the Trustees in March 2013.</span> <span style="color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">Additional restoration for the spill was conducted at the <i>South Pass Crevasse Splay</i> project (see related project above).&nbsp;</span><o:p></o:p></p> Completion of Construction 29.09029 -89.21103 Freshwater Reservoir between South Pass and Dennis Pass in Pass-a-Loutre WMA LA2000_1128_1800 M/T Westchester; M/V Westchester; Westchester Marine Oil Trader 00-07111; 549451; WCHE; D0065 Budget Code; Budget Code; LSP; NRC 11/28/2000 11/28/2000 Vessel - Oil Tanker Crude Oil 11/28/2000 LOSCO A strong NW wind pushed the oil against the west bank of the Mississippi River. By November 29, 2000 the oil had been contained along the west bank of the river with the oil not getting past MM 14. Some birds were oiled. USFWS hazing away wildlife. Media affected: Riprap, Sand flats, mudflats and some fresh marsh 14.5 miles of Mississippi River bank/batture Plaquemines 2 9.45167 89.63528 Completed LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA; DOI/USFWS Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 14; 40 Westchester Damage Assessment; Westchester Restoration Implementation Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 13000 LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA; DOI/USFWS; USCG , ,
South Pass Crevasse Splay Plaquemines Westchester Marine Oil Trader Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Herbaceous Wetlands; COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Streambeds COASTAL-Herbaceous Wetlands; COASTAL-Birds; COASTAL-Beach/Shoreline/Streambed; COASTAL-Water Column Organisms Administrative Record(s) Create 4.7 Acres 11 Acres 2 Compensatory LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA; DOI/USFWS 38 Pass a Loutre WMA Dock and Camping Area Freshwater Marsh <p class="MsoNormal"><span style="font-size: 10.5pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: &quot;Segoe UI&quot;, sans-serif; color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">This project is compensatory restoration for the 2000 M/V Westchester oil spill. The project goal is to create at least 4.7 acres of crevasse splay wetland habitat to compensate for injuries to habitats and biota in the MS River, including a variety of birds. </span><span style="color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">The project involves cutting a crevasse and extension channel in the right descending bank of South Pass to allow river sediments and nutrients to flow to an adjacent receiving bay and create wetland habitat. Project construction was completed in August 2003 and all monitoring requirements were met as of January 2013, approximately 7 years later than anticipated in the Statement of Work (RIMP). </span><span style="background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">A Certificate of Completion was issued by the Trustees in March 2013.</span> <span style="color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">Additional restoration was conducted at the <i>Pass a Loutre WMA Dock and Camping Area</i> project (see related project above).</span></p> Spatial Extent; Channel Profile 29.04469 -89.19894 South Pass (West bank) Modern Bird's Foot Delta LA2000_1128_1800 M/T Westchester; M/V Westchester; Westchester Marine Oil Trader 00-07111; 549451; WCHE; D0065 Budget Code; Budget Code; LSP; NRC 11/28/2000 11/28/2000 Vessel - Oil Tanker Crude Oil 11/28/2000 LOSCO A strong NW wind pushed the oil against the west bank of the Mississippi River. By November 29, 2000 the oil had been contained along the west bank of the river with the oil not getting past MM 14. Some birds were oiled. USFWS hazing away wildlife. Media affected: Riprap, Sand flats, mudflats and some fresh marsh 14.5 miles of Mississippi River bank/batture Plaquemines 2 9.45167 89.63528 Completed LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA; DOI/USFWS Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 14; 40 Westchester Damage Assessment; Westchester Restoration Implementation Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 13000 LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA; DOI/USFWS; USCG Acres, Acres,
Bayou Grand Coteau Coastal Forested Wetland Conversion Lafourche Duck Lake Hilcorp Energy Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Forested Wetlands COASTAL-Forested Wetlands Administrative Record(s) Create 7.81 Acres 7.81 Acres 3 Compensatory LDEQ; LDWF 86 Cypress/Tupelo Swamp <p class="MsoNormal">The goal of this project is to convert at least 7.81 acres of coastal forested wetlands back to cypress tupelo swamp. This project is being implemented to recover damages for injuries to natural resources and services resulting from a 2002 unauthorized discharge of crude oil into the surrounding swamp near Duck Lake. The project involves the conversion of seasonally flooded and semi-permanently flooded black willow (<i>Salix nigra</i>) swamp and Chinese tallow (<i>Triadica sebifera</i> (L.) Small) thicket to bald cypress - water tupelo (<i>Taxodium distichum</i> (L.) L.C. Rich – <i>Nyssa aquatica</i> L.) swamp.&nbsp;<o:p></o:p></p> Percent Survival; Stem Density; Spatial Extent 29.6729 -90.688 Approx. 5 miles north northeast of Houma, LA LA2002_1204_1200 Duck Lake Hilcorp Energy 02-08731; 630805; DUCE; D0020 Budget Code; Budget Code; LSP; NRC 12/04/2002 12/04/2002 Facility - Pipeline Crude Oil-Saltwater Mix 12/04/2002 LOSCO Two oiled frogs in heavily oiled leaf litter. Heavily oiled cypress Tupelo swamp. Low water has stranded oil in many low lying areas within the 5 acre impact area. St. Martin 6 9.78875 91.32086 Completed LDWF; LDEQ Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 21 Duck Lake Damage Assessment Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 200 LDWF; LDEQ; NOAA; DOI/USFWS; USCG Acres, Acres,
Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) Jefferson Four Bayou Pass Chevron Corporation Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Acquisition of Shorelines COASTAL-Birds; COASTAL-Beach/Shoreline/Streambed; COASTAL-Water Column Organisms; COASTAL-Herbaceous Wetlands Administrative Record(s) Create 2.54 Acres 2.54 Acres 2 Compensatory LDWF; LDNR; LDEQ; DOI/USFWS 2 <p class="MsoNormal">The goal of this project is the acquisition and management of at least 2.54 acres of avian habitat on Grand Isle, LA (Jambon Tract located adjacent to Grilleta Tract within TNCs Lafitte Woods Nature Preserve). The project is being implemented to compensate for the injury to natural resources and services resulting from the 1999 Four Bayou Pass incident.&nbsp; The project involves the Nature Conservancy (TNC) which will work to plant native vegetation, restore the property by removing large amounts of debris that were on the original tract, &nbsp;and to control non-native, invasive species such as Chinese tallow (<i>Triadica sebifera</i>) and air potato vines (<i>Dioscorea bulbifera</i>) on the site.&nbsp; LOSCO currently holds the conservation servitude which expires in 2033.&nbsp;<o:p></o:p></p> 29.234721 -89.99722 Jambone Tract, TNCs Lafitte Woods Nature Preserve, Grand Isle, LA LA1999_1124_1430 Four Bayou Pass Chevron Corporation 506757; 506758; 506763; 99-6684 LSP; NRC; NRC; NRC 11/24/1999 11/24/1999 Facility - Pipeline Crude Oil Marsh, Water column, birds Plaquemines 2 9.35833 89.89222 Completed LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; DOI/USFWS Habitat; Wildlife; Wildlife Marsh; Birds DARP; DARP; DARP Grand Isle Barge Plantings; Caminada Pass Tern Island Restoration; Chenier Habitat (Oak-Hackberry) Protection and Enhancement; Artificial Reef ; Salt Marsh Enhancement Current; Current; Current Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 19 Four Bayou Pass Yes, , The injury is estima; approximately 967 kg; approximately 103 bi, , Marsh Protection: De; Beach Nourishment: D; Imperiled Habitat Ac; Reef Creation: Fill ; Marsh Enhancement: P, , , , , , No Further Action, 850 LOSCO; LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; NOAA Grand Isle Barge Plantings; Caminada Pass Tern Island Restoration; Chenier Habitat (Oak-Hackberry) Protection and Enhancement; Artificial Reef ; Salt Marsh Enhancement Acres, Acres,
Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Habitat Enhancement and Management Vernon; Evangeline Sonat Well Blow Out El Paso Completed - Trustee Implemented INLAND-Creation/Enhancement of Upland Vegetation INLAND-Forested Wetlands; INLAND-Beach/Shoreline/Streambed; INLAND-Upland Vegetation Administrative Record(s) Enhance; Install 300 Acres; 120 Number 490 Acres; 121 Number 7 Compensatory USDA/USFS; DOI/USFWS; LDWF; LDEQ 87 Upland Vegetation (Open Pine Forest) <p> <span style="box-sizing: border-box;font-variant-ligatures: normal;font-variant-caps: normal; orphans: 2;widows: 2;-webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;text-decoration-style: initial; text-decoration-color: initial;word-spacing:0px"></span></p><p class="MsoNormal"><span style="font-size:10.5pt;line-height:107%;font-family: &quot;Segoe UI&quot;,sans-serif;color:#212529;background:white">This project is compensatory restoration for the 1997 Sonat oil spill. The project goal is to create and enhance at least 300 acres of </span><span style="mso-ascii-font-family: Calibri;mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri;mso-bidi-font-family:Calibri;color:#212529; background:white">Red-Cockaded Woodpecker </span>(<i style="mso-bidi-font-style: normal">Picoides borealis</i>)<span style="mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri;mso-bidi-font-family:Calibri;color:#212529; background:white"> (RCW) habitat.</span> The project involves installing cavity inserts, prescribed burning, and midstory vegetation removal at sites located in the Kisatchie National Forest, Calcasieu Ranger District, Vernon and Evangeline Units. The project was implemented by the U.S. Forest Service using settlement funds totaling $133,665. <span style="font-size:10.5pt;line-height: 107%;font-family:&quot;Segoe UI&quot;,sans-serif;color:#212529;background:white">Restoration activities were completed over a ten year period from 2008 to 2018.&nbsp;</span><span style="mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri;mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri;mso-bidi-font-family: Calibri;color:#212529;background:white"><span style="box-sizing: border-box; font-variant-ligatures: normal;font-variant-caps: normal;orphans: 2;widows: 2; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;text-decoration-style: initial;text-decoration-color: initial; word-spacing:0px">All monitoring requirements were met as of 2013 and all settlement funds were expended as of September 2018. </span><span style="font-size:10.5pt;line-height:107%;font-family:&quot;Segoe UI&quot;,sans-serif; color:#212529;background:white">A Restoration Project Completion Memo was issued to the AR by the Trustees in October 2018.&nbsp;</span></span><o:p></o:p></p> Spatial Extent; Cavity Inserts; Forest Management 30.96552 -93.16582 <p><font face="Segoe UI, sans-serif">Multiple locations in Kisatchie National Forest, Calcasieu Ranger District, Vernon and Evangeline Units</font></p> LA1997_0808_0000 Cravens; Sonat Well Blow Out Sonat ; El Paso SEPE; D0055; 998581 Budget Code; Budget Code; NRC 08/08/1997 08/08/1997 Facility - Well Crude Oil Vernon 7 0.992 93.026 Completed DOI/USFWS; LDWF; LDEQ Habitat; Habitat; Habitat Riparian and Bottoml; Upland Logleaf Pine ; Loblolly Pine and Mi DARP; DARP; DARP 15.35 Acres ; 8.2 Acres; 34.46 Acres Current; Current; Current Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 17 Sonat/El Paso Damage Assessment , RRT Approval - In Situ Burn, Oiled or burned in r; Aerial spray; seedli; Aerial spray;&#x0D; harve, , , , , Sonat originally identified as RP. Change of ownership occurred and transferred to El Paso Corporation. Both RP's were active and cooperative during response and assessment process., , , No Further Action, 13,000-19,000 LDWF; LDEQ; DOI/USFWS Acres; Number, Acres; Number,
East Timbalier Island Planting Lafourche Lake Barre Equilon Completed - Excused Performance COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Herbaceous Wetlands COASTAL-Herbaceous Wetlands; COASTAL-Water Column Organisms Administrative Record(s) Create 11.25 Acres 5.55 Acres 3 Compensatory DOI/USFWS; NOAA; LDEQ; LDWF; LDNR; USDOJ; LADOJ 74 Salt Marsh <p class="MsoNormal">The goal of this project is to plant at least 18.5 acres of salt marsh on East Timbalier Island. This project is being implemented to compensate the public for the marsh, aquatic fauna, and bird interim losses, sustained as a result of the 1997 pipeline discharge in Lake Barre.&nbsp; The planted acres will benefit another 39.3 acres through vegetative spreading.&nbsp; Altogether, the project involves the enhancement of 57.8 acres of dredge platform as compensation for the natural resource injuries.<o:p></o:p></p> Percent Survival; Percent Cover; Spatial Extent 29.0715 -90.3043 East Timbalier Island along western lobe and eastern bayside shoreline. LA1997_0516_0000 Lake Barre Texaco Pipeline Company; Equilon 05/16/2017 05/16/1997 Facility - Pipeline Crude Oil LOSCO Marsh, birds, water column Terrebonne 3 9.24666667 90.48833333 Completed NOAA; DOI/USFWS; LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF; LADOJ; USDOJ Habitat Marsh DARP Current Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 13 Lake Barre Damage Assessment Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 6,561 Acres, Acres,
Attakapas WMA Reforestation St. Mary Attakapas Pioneer Resources Completed - Certificate of Completion INLAND-Creation/Enhancement of Forested Wetlands INLAND-Forested Wetlands Create 30 Acres 30 Acres 6 Primary; Compensatory LDWF; LDEQ 73 <span style="font-size:11.0pt;line-height:107%; font-family:&quot;Calibri&quot;,sans-serif;mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin;mso-fareast-font-family: Calibri;mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-latin;mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:&quot;Times New Roman&quot;;mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi; mso-ansi-language:EN-US;mso-fareast-language:EN-US;mso-bidi-language:AR-SA">The goal of this project is to reforest 30 acres of wetlands. This project is being implemented for actual or potential injuries resulting from the 1996 Myette Point field spill and subsequent blowout.&nbsp; &nbsp;The project involves 30 acres of reforestation (20 acres Primary Restoration; 10 acres Compensatory Restoration).</span> Percent Survival 29.87487 -91.4135 Attakapas WMA LA1996_1126_0000 Attakapas; Myette Point; Pioneer Pioneer Resources 18103 LDEQ AI # 11/26/1996 11/26/1996 Facility - Well Natural Gas Condensate; Crude Oil-Saltwater Mix 11/26/1996 LDWF <p>~160 acres of forested wetland; recreational closures to hunting areas from 12/3/1996-12/24/1996</p> St. Mary 6 9.87333 91.40666 SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES>Louisiana State Lease 5706 No. 2 located on Attakapas Wildlife Management Area. Myette Point Field. Atchfalaya River near Mile Marker 100; 1/4 mile north of Bowie #12.</SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES> Completed LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 4,762 LDWF; LDEQ Acres, Acres,
Bayou LaCache Mitigation Area Bottomland Hardwood Preservation and Enhancement Terrebonne Blind River Marathon Oil Company Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Streambeds; COASTAL-Legal Protection of Streambeds; COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Forested Wetlands; COASTAL-Legal Protection of Forested Wetlands COASTAL-Forested Wetlands; COASTAL-Birds; COASTAL-Water Column Organisms; COASTAL-Wildlife Create; Enhance 33 Acres; 1.94 Linear Miles 33 Acres; 2.28 Linear Miles 3 Compensatory LDNR; LDEQ; LDWF 75 St. James Parish Boat Club Improvements; Wetlands Habitat Education Area Enhancement Cypress/Tupelo Swamp <span style="font-size:11.0pt;line-height:107%; font-family:&quot;Calibri&quot;,sans-serif;mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin;mso-fareast-font-family: Calibri;mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-latin;mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:&quot;Times New Roman&quot;;mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi; mso-ansi-language:EN-US;mso-fareast-language:EN-US;mso-bidi-language:AR-SA">The goal of this project is to preserve and enhance 33 acres of bottomland hardwood (BLH) habitat and revegetate over 2 miles of stream habitat through tree planting.&nbsp; This project is being implemented to restore lost resources and services resulting from the 1996 Blind River spill. The project involves 1) restoring and preserving bald cypress-water tupelo swamp habitat and BLH forest habitat and 2) enhancing stream habitat by planting bald cypress and water tupelo seedlings and other BLH species within the Bayou LaCache Mitigation Area. Additional restoration (for lost recreational services) was conducted at the St. James Parish Boat Club Improvements and Wetland Habitat Education Area projects (see related projects above).</span> Percent Survival; Stem Density 29.4625 -90.579169 The project is located along the northbound side of LA56 near the town of Chauvin, approximately 13 miles south of Houma and X miles north of Cocodrie. LA1996_0524_0000 Blind River; Marathon Marathon Oil Company 05/26/1996 05/26/1996 Facility - Pipeline Gasoline LDNR 23.2 acres of cypress-tupelo swamp (with palmetto and duckweed present) and 19.2 acres fresh marsh St. James 1 0.11766 90.74944 SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES>20" Pipeline</SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES> Completed LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 11 Blind River Damage Assessment and Restoration Implementation Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 11,308 USDOI was involved but did not sign Final Claim. LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR Acres; Linear Miles, Acres; Linear Miles,
St. James Parish Boat Club Improvements St. James Blind River Marathon Oil Company Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Recreational Resource Services COASTAL-Recreational 1 Compensatory LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF 75 Bayou LaCache Mitigation Area Bottomland Hardwood Preservation and Enhancement; Wetlands Habitat Education Area Enhancement Public Use - Recreational Fishing <p class="MsoNormal">The goal of this project is to enhance the amenities of the St. James Parish Boat Club.&nbsp; This project is being implemented to enhance public use of natural resources as partial compensation for lost recreational use resulting from restricted public access to the spill area during the 1996 Blind River oil spill.&nbsp; The project involves 1) adding limestone material to provide safe and adequate parking to boat launch and recreational use patrons of the St. James Boat Club; 2) replacing an existing aging wharf; and 3) purchasing new public playground equipment. &nbsp;&nbsp;Additional recreational restoration was conducted at the St. James Parish Wetland Habitat Education Area project (see related projects above).<o:p></o:p></p> Completion of Construction 30.101025 -90.73525 The project is located along the northbound side of US Hwy 61 (Airline Highway) approximately 4.5 miles north of the town of Gramercy. LA1996_0524_0000 Blind River; Marathon Marathon Oil Company 05/26/1996 05/26/1996 Facility - Pipeline Gasoline LDNR 23.2 acres of cypress-tupelo swamp (with palmetto and duckweed present) and 19.2 acres fresh marsh St. James 1 0.11766 90.74944 SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES>20" Pipeline</SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES> Completed LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 11 Blind River Damage Assessment and Restoration Implementation Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 11,308 LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR , ,
Main Pass Delta Refuge Crevasse Splay Plaquemines Dixon Bay Chevron Corporation Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Herbaceous Wetlands COASTAL-Herbaceous Wetlands Create 5 Acres 21 Acres 2 Compensatory NOAA; LDWF; LDNR; LDEQ; DOI/USFWS 72 Freshwater Marsh <p><span style="font-size:11.0pt;line-height:107%; font-family:&quot;Calibri&quot;,sans-serif;mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin;mso-fareast-font-family: Calibri;mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-latin;mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-bidi-font-family:&quot;Times New Roman&quot;;mso-bidi-theme-font:minor-bidi; mso-ansi-language:EN-US;mso-fareast-language:EN-US;mso-bidi-language:AR-SA">The goal of this project is to create at least 5 acres of wetland habitat.&nbsp; The project is being implemented as compensatory restoration for injuries to natural resources sustained as a result of the 1995 well blowout in Dixon Bay. The project involves creating a crevasse splay off Main Pass in the Delta National Wildlife Refuge.</span><br></p> Spatial Extent; Channel Profile 29.2516388 -89.240444 Main Pass (North/West bank) Modern Bird's Foot Delta LA1995_0112_0000 Dixon Bay; Chevron Blow Out Chevron Corporation 01/12/1995 01/12/1995 Facility - Well Natural Gas Condensate; Crude Oil-Saltwater Mix LOSCO Marsh, birds/wildlife, benthos, and water column Plaquemines 2 nknown nknown SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES>BLDSU #5 West Bay Field Approximately 10 miles south of Venice, LA</SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES> Completed DOI/USFWS; NOAA; LDNR; LDEQ; LDWF Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 , , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, Acres, Acres,
East Timbalier Island Marsh Creation Lafourche Timbalier Bay Greenhill Petroleum Corporation Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Shorelines COASTAL-Beach/Shoreline/Streambed Create 21.7 Acres 26.3 Acres 3 Compensatory NOAA; LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF 71 Salt Marsh <p class="MsoNormal">The goal of this project is to create at least 21.7 acres of salt marsh. This project is being implemented to compensate the public for natural resource and service losses associated with the 1992 release of oil in Timbalier Bay.&nbsp; The project involves the creation of marsh on East Timbalier Island by using sediments dredged from a nearby borrow area and planting native marsh plants. The project will include 19.7 acres of intertidal marsh habitat and 2 acres of non-vegetated intertidal deposits.&nbsp;&nbsp;<o:p></o:p></p> Percent Cover 29.0654 -90.3264 Central East Timbalier Island LA1992_0929_2006 Timbalier Bay; Greenhill Greenhill Petroleum Corporation 138658 NRC 09/29/1992 09/29/1992 Facility - Well Crude Oil 09/29/1992 NRC Report CONTAINMENT BOOMS ARE BEING PLACED TO KEEP MATERIAL OUT OF MARSH. CALLER STATED THAT THE RELEASE IS ONGOING Lafourche 3 9.08583 90.30667 SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES>STATE LEASE PP 192; WELL NO. 250; RIG BLAKE NO.4</SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES> Completed NOAA; DOI/USFWS; LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 , , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 800 Acres, Acres,
Bayou Grand Coteau Coastal Forested Wetland Conversion Lafourche East Lake Palourde Unocal Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Forested Wetlands COASTAL-Forested Wetlands Administrative Record(s) Create 13.3 Acres 13.3 Acres 3 Compensatory LDEQ; LDWF 70 Cypress/Tupelo Swamp <p class="MsoNormal"><span style="font-size: 10.5pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: &quot;Segoe UI&quot;, sans-serif; color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">This project is compensatory restoration for the 2002 East Lake Palourde oil spill. The project goal is to convert 13.3 acres of </span>black willow swamp (<i>Salix nigra </i>Marsh.) and Chinese tallow (<i>Triadica sebifera</i> (L.) Small) thicket to baldcypress-water tupelo swamp in order <span style="font-size: 10.5pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: &quot;Segoe UI&quot;, sans-serif; color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">to compensate for injuries to coastal swamp habitat.&nbsp;</span>The project involves planting baldcypress and water-tupelo saplings and controlling black willow and Chinese tallow propagation with initial and periodic herbicide treatments, and achieving 50% survival after two-growing seasons and &gt;200 live stems/ac after 5 growing seasons. The project failed to meet prescribed performance standards both for survival and stem density and two corrective actions plans were developed to address the deficiencies. All monitoring and corrective action requirements were met as of July 2019, approximately 13 years after the initial plantings and herbicide treatments were conducted.&nbsp;A Certificate of Completion was issued by the Trustees in August 2019.&nbsp;</p><p class="MsoNormal">Active management is currentlt in effect throuhgh 2028 Forest Management Plan is currently in&nbsp;<o:p></o:p></p> Spatial Extent; Stem Density; Percent Survival 29.6695 -90.685 Cypress Knee Ranch (approximately 5 miles north northeast of Houma, LA) LA2002_0611_1715 East Lake Palourde Unocal 02-03692; 610261; LPAE; D0043 Budget Code; Budget Code; LSP; NRC 06/11/2002 Unknown Facility - Flowline Crude Oil LOSCO Two separate 1-acre areas of Cypress-Tupelo Swamp Assumption 3 9.73056 91.08056 Completed LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 23 Lake Palourde Damage Assessment Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, Unknown LDWF; LDEQ; NOAA; DOI/USFWS; USEPA; USCG Acres, Acres,
Lost Lake Marsh Creation NRDA Increment Terrebonne Lake Washington; Mendicant Island; West Champagne Bay ExxonMobil Implementation COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Herbaceous Wetlands COASTAL-Herbaceous Wetlands; COASTAL-Birds Administrative Record(s) Create 14.6 3 Compensatory LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF; CPRA 82 Brackish Marsh <p class="MsoNormal"><span style="font-size: 10.5pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: &quot;Segoe UI&quot;, sans-serif; color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">This project is compensatory restoration for the 2003 Lake Washington and Mendicant Island oil spills, and the 2005 West Champagne Bay oil spill (LWMIWCB). The project goal is to create at least 14.6 acres of brackish-Intermediate marsh habitat to compensate for injuries to benthic (mudflat) habitat, salt marsh habitat, and king rail (Rallus elegans).&nbsp;</span>The project involves creating a marsh platform using hydraulically dredged sediments pumped via pipeline from Lost Lake into an area surrounded by containment dikes n<span style="font-size: 0.875rem;">ortheast of Lake Pagie and south of Bayou Decade (adjacent to the TE-72 CWPPRA project).&nbsp;</span><span style="font-size: 0.875rem;">Platform construction was completed in October 2018 and vegetative plantings are anticipated for Spring 2020.</span></p><p class="MsoNormal"><o:p></o:p></p> Spatial Extent; Percent Cover; Invasives/Undesirables; Elevation 29.351665 -90.979870 <p>Northeast of Lake Pagie and south of Bayou Decade (adjacent to the TE-72 CWPPRA project)</p> LA2003_0302_0716; LA2003_1202_1200; LA2005_0419_1950 Lake Washington; Mendicant Island; West Champagne Bay; Exxon-Mobil Barataria Bay ExxonMobil; ExxonMobil; ExxonMobil 03-01310; 638235; 706836; 756262; 05-02562; IWCE; IWCE; IWCE; 03-6836; D0037; D0037; D0037 Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; Budget Code; LSP; LSP; LSP; NRC; NRC; NRC 03/03/2003; 12/02/2003; 04/19/2005 12/02/2003; 03/02/2003; 04/19/2005 Facility - Pipeline; Facility - Pipeline; Facility - Pipeline Crude Oil; Crude Oil; Crude Oil 03/02/2003 Habitat: salt marsh (unknown acres). Wildlife: Scaup. Jefferson; Jefferson; Plaquemines 2; 2; 2 9.3521429.3278529.32533 89.80858-89.97785-89.97700 Restoration Implementation LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR; CPRA Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 6 Lake Washington, Mendicant Island, West Champagne Bay (LWMIWCB) Damage Assessment Yes, , , , , , , , , CPRA only listed on West Champagne Bay, No Further Action; No Further Action; No Further Action, 600+ LDWF; LDWF; LDWF; LDEQ; LDEQ; LDEQ; LDNR; LDNR; LDNR; CPRA; NOAA; NOAA; NOAA; DOI/USFWS; DOI/USFWS; USCG; USCG Acres, ,
Wetlands Habitat Education Area Enhancement St. James Blind River Marathon Oil Company Completed - Certificate of Completion COASTAL-Recreational Resource Services COASTAL-Recreational 1 Compensatory LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF 75 Bayou LaCache Mitigation Area Bottomland Hardwood Preservation and Enhancement; St. James Parish Boat Club Improvements Public Use - Education <p class="MsoNormal">The goal of this project is to build a wetlands habitat education area.&nbsp; The project is being implemented to enhance public use of natural resources as partial compensation for lost recreational use resulting from restricted public access to the spill area during the 1996 Blind River oil spill. This project involves the construction of a nature trail into a wetland habitat area and habitat information for public display and education. Additional recreational restoration was conducted at the St. James Boat Club Improvements project (see related projects above).<o:p></o:p></p> Completion of Construction 30.073428 -90.684522 Property located at the southwest corner of intersection of US Highway 61 (Airline Highway) and LA Highway 641 in Gramercy (between Airline Highway to the north and the Kansas City Southern Railroad to the south). LA1996_0524_0000 Blind River; Marathon Marathon Oil Company 05/26/1996 05/26/1996 Facility - Pipeline Gasoline LDNR 23.2 acres of cypress-tupelo swamp (with palmetto and duckweed present) and 19.2 acres fresh marsh St. James 1 0.11766 90.74944 SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES>20" Pipeline</SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES> Completed LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 11 Blind River Damage Assessment and Restoration Implementation Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 11,308 LDWF; LDEQ; LDNR , ,
Breton Island Brown Pelican Habitat Creation – Additional Increment Plaquemines Breton Island Amerada Hess Corporation Implementation COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Beaches; COASTAL-Creation/Enhancement of Shorelines COASTAL-Birds Administrative Record(s) Create 53 1 Compensatory DOI/USFWS; CPRA; LDEQ; LDNR; LDWF 83 Barrier Island Habitat; Pelican Habitat <p class="MsoNormal"><span style="font-size: 10.5pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: &quot;Segoe UI&quot;, sans-serif; color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">This project is compensatory restoration for the 2005 Breton Island oil spill. The project goal is to create at least 53 acres of brown pelican </span><span style="font-size: 10.5pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: Arial, sans-serif; color: rgb(34, 34, 34); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">(</span><i>Pelecanus occidentalis</i>) barrier island <span style="font-size: 10.5pt; line-height: 107%; font-family: &quot;Segoe UI&quot;, sans-serif; color: rgb(33, 37, 41); background-image: initial; background-position: initial; background-size: initial; background-repeat: initial; background-attachment: initial; background-origin: initial; background-clip: initial;">nesting habitat to compensate for natural resource injuries to brown pelicans.&nbsp;</span>The project involves dredging material from an offshore borrow area and transporting it to the island via a hydraulic dredge pipeline. The project is an additional increment to a larger (Deepwater Horizon) North Breton Island project and will be constructed simultaneously to the Deepwater Horizon project.&nbsp;The increment will be located on the landward side of the island, extending the beach/dune platform approximately 1,000 feet, and constructed to an elevation of +0.8 feet (NAVD88). The project is currently in E&amp;D and construction is anticipated for Fall of 2020.<o:p></o:p></p> Spatial Extent; Biological Surveys 29.489697 -89.171364 <p>North Breton Island</p> LA2005_0612_1105 Breton Island Amerada Hess Corporation 05-03876; 761840; BREE; D0014 Budget Code; Budget Code; LSP; NRC 06/12/2005 06/12/2005 Platform - Exploration/Production/Storage/Drilling Crude Oil 06/12/2005 LOSCO Barrier island. It is estimated that hundreds of birds were impacted. Impacted birds (mostly brown pelicans) were captured and placed in cardboard boxes (3 to 4 birds per box) and transported via open response boats and eventually air-conditioned crew boats. No aid was given to the birds prior to arriving at the rehab facility located in Venice, LA. Plaquemines 1 9.46389 89.20833 SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES>&lt;p&gt;&lt;br&gt;&lt;/p&gt;</SPILL_LOCATION_NOTES> Restoration Implementation DOI/USFWS; LDWF; LDNR; LDEQ; CPRA Sonat/El Paso Restoration Implementation; Apache Restoration Implementation; North Pass Restoration Implementation ; Duck Lake Restoration Implementation; EML Restoration Implementation; Lake Palourde Restoration Implementation; Lake Barre Restoration Implementation; LWMIWCB Restoration Implementation; Four Bayou Pass Grand Isle Acquisition (Jambon Tract) 26; 20; 25; 22; 32; 31; 18; 39; 41 9 Breton Island Damage Assessment Yes, , , , , , , , , , No Further Action, 2 LDWF; LDEQ; NOAA; DOI/USFWS; USCG Acres, ,
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