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such as orders, notices, and rule These facilities would consist of system • Glycol storage and circulation
makings. that uses ambient heat in the air to System;
In addition, the FERC now offers a reduce the use of fuel gas in the • Two electrical switchgear buildings;
free service called eSubscription that vaporization of liquefied natural gas • One remote instrumentation
allows you to keep track of all formal (LNG). Additionally, Trunkline LNG building, designed as Equipment Room
issuances and submittals in specific would add natural gas liquids (NGL) 2; and
dockets. This can reduce the amount of processing facilities for LNG • Foam Building No. 4.
time you spend researching proceedings conditioning and British thermal unit The nonjurisdictional facilities
by automatically providing you with (Btu) control. This EA will be used by include the expansion of the existing
notification of these filings, document the Commission in its decision-making electric substation, a meter station, and
summaries, and direct links to the process to determine whether the the construction of two 18 mile-long
documents. To register for this service, project is in the public convenience and (each) take away NGL product
go to http://www.ferc.gov/ necessity. pipelines. British Gas (BG) has
esubscribenow.htm. If you are a landowner receiving this contracted PetoLogistics, LLC to design,
Public meetings or site visits will be notice, you may be contacted by a permit, and operate the meter station
posted on the Commission’s calendar pipeline company representative about and take away pipelines. The pipelines
located at http://www.ferc.gov/ the acquisition of an easement to would consist of a 10-inch-diameter
EventCalendar/EventsList.aspx along construct, operate, and maintain the ethane (approximately 1,800 gallons per
with other related information. proposed facilities. The pipeline minute [gpm]) pipeline and a 6-inch-
Finally, Guardian has established an company would seek to negotiate a diameter propane (approximately 1,250
Internet website for this project at mutually acceptable agreement. gpm) pipeline. The pipelines would be
http://www.guardianpipeline.com/. The constructed from the meter station to
However, if the project is approved by
Web site includes a description of the PetroLogistics’ storage facility in Sulfur,
the Commission, that approval conveys
project, a map of the proposed pipeline Louisiana.
with it the right of eminent domain.
route, and answers to frequently asked The location of the project facilities is
Therefore, if easement negotiations fail
questions. You can also request shown in Appendix 1.2
to produce an agreement, the pipeline
additional information or provide
company could initiate condemnation Land Requirements for Construction
comments directly to Guardian at 1–
proceedings in accordance with state Construction of the proposed facilities
866–608–7300 or
law. would require about 33.1 acres of land
mjames@landservicecompany.com.
A fact sheet prepared by the FERC of which 20 acres are currently covered
Magalie R. Salas, entitled ‘‘An Interstate Natural Gas with grass. Following construction,
Secretary. Facility On My Land? What Do I Need about 13.6 acres of the 20 acres would
[FR Doc. E6–8028 Filed 5–24–06; 8:45 am] To Know?’’ was attached to the project be returned to grass and 6.4 acres would
BILLING CODE 6717–01–P notice Trunkline LNG provided to be covered with asphalt, concrete or
landowners. This fact sheet addresses a gravel. Included in the 33.1 acres is
number of typically asked questions, approximately 0.6 acre of land that
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY including the use of eminent domain would be temporarily affected by the
and how to participate in the construction of the NGL product
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s proceedings. It is pipeline and nonjurisdictional meter
Commission available for viewing on the FERC station.
[Docket No. CP06–102–000] Internet Web site (http://www.ferc.gov). In addition, a nonjurisdictional 0.5
Summary of the Proposed Project acre electric-power substation
Trunkline LNG Company, LLC; Notice expansion site developed and operated
of Intent To Prepare an Environmental Trunkline LNG’s IEP would provide by Entergy would remain gravel covered
Assessment for the Proposed alternative vaporization using a with concrete equipment foundations
Infrastructure Enhancement Project supplemental heat source to reduce the for the new electrical equipment.
and Request for Comments on fuel gas requirements for vaporization. Further, the 18-mile-long
Environmental Issues Reducing the amount of fuel gas nonjurisdictional take away NGL
consumed for the vaporization process products pipelines would require about
May 19, 2006. allows more of the natural gas from the
The staff of the Federal Energy 130.9 acres of land during construction
LNG to be delivered to customers. and 87.3 acres as permanent right-of-
Regulatory Commission (FERC or Trunkline LNG seeks authority to
Commission) will prepare an way based on a 60-foot-wide
construct and operate the following: construction right-of-way and a 40-foot-
environmental assessment (EA) that will • 64 Potassium Formate (KF)-Air
discuss the environmental impacts of wide permanent right-of-way.
heaters (64 forced convection, three-fan
the Infrastructure Enhancement Project air exchangers, 17.9 million Btu per The EA Process
(IEP) involving construction and hour (MMBtu/hr)/Air Heater; The National Environmental Policy
operation of facilities by Trunkline LNG • Four KF–LNG Vaporizers (525 Act (NEPA) requires the Commission to
Company, LLC’s (Trunkline LNG) in million standard cubic feet per day take into account the environmental
Lake Charles, Calcasieu Parish, [MMscf/d]);
Louisiana.1 Trunkline LNG would
• One NGL Recovery Unit, sized for 2 The appendices referenced in this notice are not
construct and operate Ambient Air being printed in the Federal Register. Copies of all
a maximum capacity of 1,050 MMscf/d;
Vaporization (AAV) facilities at its appendices, other than Appendix 1 (maps), are
• 1,160 feet of 12-inch-diameter available on the Commission’s Web site at the
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existing liquefied natural gas import


ethane product piping; ‘‘eLibrary’’ link or from the Commission’s Public
terminal in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana.
• 1,160 feet of 12-inch-diameter Reference Room, 888 First Street, NE., Washington,
DC 20426, or call (202) 502–8371. For instructions
1 Trunkline LNGs application was filed with the
propane product piping; on connecting to eLibrary refer to the last page of
Commission under section 7 of the Natural Gas Act • Two propylene glycol heaters (150 this notice. Copies of the appendices were sent to
and Part 157 of the Commission’s regulations. MMBtu/hr each); all those receiving this notice in the mail.

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impacts that could result from an action based on a preliminary review of the you do not return the Information
whenever it considers the issuance of a proposed facilities and the Request, you will be taken off the
Certificate of Public Convenience and environmental information provided by mailing list.
Necessity. NEPA also requires us to Trunkline LNG. This preliminary list of
Becoming an Intervenor
discover and address concerns the issues may be changed based on your
public may have about proposals. This comments and our analysis. In addition to involvement in the EA
process is referred to as ‘‘scoping.’’ The • The project would generate water scoping process, you may want to
main goal of the scoping process is to from condensation and would decrease become an official party to the
focus the analysis in the EA on the water temperature and water salinity proceeding, or ‘‘intervenor’’. To become
important environmental issues. By this during discharge which may impact an intervenor you must file a motion to
Notice of Intent, the Commission staff aquatic species. intervene according to Rule 214 of the
requests public comments on the scope • The project may have air and noise Commission’s Rules of Practice and
of the issues to address in the EA. All impacts. Procedure (18 CFR 385.214). Intervenors
comments received are considered Also, we have made a preliminary have the right to seek rehearing of the
during the preparation of the EA. State decision to not address the impacts of Commission’s decision. Motions to
and local government representatives BG’s 18-mile-long NGL takeaway Intervene should be electronically
are encouraged to notify their pipelines. We will briefly describe their submitted using the Commission’s
constituents of this proposed action and location and status in the EA. eFiling system at http://www.ferc.gov.
encourage them to comment on their Persons without Internet access should
Public Participation send an original and 14 copies of their
areas of concern.
In the EA we 3 will discuss impacts You can make a difference by motion to the Secretary of the
that could occur as a result of the providing us with your specific Commission at the address indicated
construction and operation of the comments or concerns about the project. previously. Persons filing Motions to
proposed project under these general By becoming a commentor, your Intervene on or before the comment
headings: concerns will be addressed in the EA deadline indicated above must send a
• Geology and soils. and considered by the Commission. You copy of the motion to the Applicant. All
• Land use. should focus on the potential filings, including late interventions,
• Water resources, fisheries, and environmental effects of the proposal, submitted after the comment deadline
wetlands. alternatives to the proposal (including must be served on the Applicant and all
• Cultural resources. alternative locations), and measures to other intervenors identified on the
• Vegetation and wildlife. avoid or lessen environmental impact. Commission’s service list for this
• Air quality and noise. The more specific your comments, the proceeding. Persons on the service list
• Endangered and threatened species. more useful they will be. Please with email addresses may be served
• Hazardous waste. carefully follow these instructions to electronically; others must be served a
• Public safety. ensure that your comments are received hard copy of the filing.
We will also evaluate possible in time and properly recorded: Affected landowners and parties with
alternatives to the proposed project or • Send an original and two copies of environmental concerns may be granted
portions of the project, and make your letter to: Magalie R. Salas, intervenor status upon showing good
recommendations on how to lessen or Secretary, Federal Energy Regulatory cause by stating that they have a clear
avoid impacts on the various resource Commission, 888 First St., NE., Room and direct interest in this proceeding
areas. 1A,Washington, DC 20426. which would not be adequately
Our independent analysis of the • Label one copy of the comments for represented by any other parties. You do
issues will be in the EA. Depending on the attention of Gas Branch 2. not need intervenor status to have your
the comments received during the • Reference Docket No. CP06–102– environmental comments considered.
scoping process, the EA may be 000.
• Mail your comments so that they Environmental Mailing List
published and mailed to Federal, state,
and local agencies, public interest will be received in Washington, DC on An effort is being made to send this
groups, interested individuals, affected or before June 19, 2006. notice to all individuals, organizations,
Please note that we are continuing to and government entities interested in
landowners, newspapers, libraries, and
experience delays in mail deliveries and/or potentially affected by the
the Commission’s official service list for
from the U.S. Postal Service. As a result, proposed project. This includes all
this proceeding. A comment period will
we will include all comments that we landowners who are potential right-of-
be allotted for review if the EA is
receive within a reasonable time frame way grantors, whose property may be
published. We will consider all
in our environmental analysis of this used temporarily for project purposes,
comments on the EA before we make
project. However, the Commission or who own homes within distances
our recommendations to the
strongly encourages electronic filing of defined in the Commission’s regulations
Commission.
any comments or interventions or of certain aboveground facilities. By this
To ensure your comments are
protests to this proceeding. See 18 CFR notice we are also asking governmental
considered, please carefully follow the
385.2001(a)(1)(iii) and the instructions agencies, especially those in Appendix
instructions in the public participation
on the Commission’s Web site at 2, to express their interest in becoming
section beginning on page 5.
http://www.ferc.gov under the ‘‘e- cooperating agencies for the preparation
Currently Identified Environmental Filing’’ link and the link to the User’s of the EA.
Issues Guide. Before you can file comments
you will need to create a free account Additional Information
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We have already identified several


which can be created on-line. Additional information about the
issues that we think deserve attention
If you do not want to send comments project is available from the
3 ’’We’’, ‘‘us’’, and ‘‘our’’ refer to the at this time but still want to remain on Commission’s Office of External Affairs,
environmental staff of the Office of Energy Projects our mailing list, please return the at 1–866–208–FERC or on the FERC
(OEP). Information Request (Appendix 3). If Internet Web site (http://www.ferc.gov)

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using the eLibrary link. Click on the Environmental, Boott Mills South, 116 application no later than 30 days after
eLibrary link, click on ‘‘General Search’’ John St., Lowell, MA 01852, phone: the specified comment date for the
and enter the docket number excluding (978) 656–3567. particular application. A competing
the last three digits in the Docket i. FERC Contact: Chris Yeakel, (202) preliminary permit application must
Number field. Be sure you have selected 502–8132. conform with 18 CFR 4.30(b) and 4.36.
an appropriate date range. For j. Deadline for Filing Comments, o. Competing Development
assistance, please contact FERC Online Protests, and Motions to Intervene: 60 Application—Any qualified
Support at FercOnlineSupport@ferc.gov days from the issuance date of this development applicant desiring to file a
or toll free at 1–866–208–3676, or for notice. competing development application
TTY, contact (202)502–8659. The The Commission’s Rules of Practice must submit to the Commission, on or
eLibrary link also provides access to the and Procedure require all intervenors before a specified comment date for the
texts of formal documents issued by the filing documents with the Commission particular application, either a
Commission, such as orders, notices, to serve a copy of that document on competing development application or a
and rulemakings. each person in the official service list notice of intent to file such an
In addition, the Commission now for the project. Further, if an intervenor application. Submission of a timely
offers a free service called eSubscription files comments or documents with the notice of intent to file a development
which allows you to keep track of all Commission relating to the merits of an application allows an interested person
formal issuances and submittals in issue that may affect the responsibilities to file the competing application no
specific dockets. This can reduce the of a particular resource agency, they later than 120 days after the specified
amount of time you spend researching must also serve a copy of the document comment date for the particular
proceedings by automatically providing on that resource agency. application. A competing license
you with notification of these filings, k. Description of Project: Description application must conform with 18 CFR
document summaries and direct links to of Project: The proposed project would 4.30(b) and 4.36.
the documents. Go to http:// consist of: (1) 50 to 150 Tidal In Stream p. Notice of Intent—A notice of intent
Energy Conversion (TISEC) devices must specify the exact name, business
www.ferc.gov/esubscribenow.htm.
Finally, public meetings or site visits consisting of, (2) rotating propeller address, and telephone number of the
will be posted on the Commission’s blades, (3) integrated generators with a prospective applicant, and must include
calendar located at http://www.ferc.gov/ capacity of 0.5 to 2.0 MW, (4) anchoring an unequivocal statement of intent to
EventCalendar/EventsList.aspx along systems, (5) mooring lines; and (6) submit, if such an application may be
with other related information. interconnection transmission lines. The filed, either a preliminary permit
project is estimated to have an annual application or a development
Magalie R. Salas, generation of 8.76 gigawatt-hours per- application (specify which type of
Secretary. unit per-year, which would be sold to a application). A notice of intent must be
[FR Doc. E6–8018 Filed 5–24–06; 8:45 am] local utility. served on the applicant(s) named in this
BILLING CODE 6717–01–P
l. Locations of Applications: A copy of public notice.
the application is available for q. Proposed Scope of Studies under
inspection and reproduction at the Permit—A preliminary permit, if issued,
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Commission in the Public Reference does not authorize construction. The
Room, located at 888 First Street NE., term of the proposed preliminary permit
Federal Energy Regulatory Room 2A, Washington DC 20426, or by would be 36 months. The work
Commission calling (202) 502–8371. This filing may proposed under the preliminary permit
also be viewed on the Commission’s would include economic analysis,
Notice of Application Accepted for Web site at http://www.ferc.gov using preparation of preliminary engineering
Filing and Soliciting Motions To the ‘‘eLibrary’’ link. Enter the docket plans, and a study of environmental
Intervene, Protests, and Comments number excluding the last three digits in impacts. Based on the results of these
May 19, 2006. the docket number field to access the studies, the Applicant would decide
Take notice that the following document. For assistance, call toll-free whether to proceed with the preparation
hydroelectric application has been filed 1–866–208–3676 or e-mail of a development application to
with the Commission and is available FERCOnlineSupport@ferc.gov. For TTY, construct and operate the project.
for public inspection: call (202) 502–8659. A copy is also r. Comments, Protests, or Motions to
a. Type of Application: Preliminary available for inspection and Intervene—Anyone may submit
Permit. reproduction at the address in item h comments, a protest, or a motion to
b. Project No.: 12670–000. above. intervene in accordance with the
c. Date Filed: April 17, 2006. m. Individuals desiring to be included requirements of Rules of Practice and
d. Applicant: Massachusetts Tidal on the Commission’s mailing list should Procedure, 18 CFR 385.210, .211, .214.
Energy Company. so indicate by writing to the Secretary In determining the appropriate action to
e. Name of Project: Cape and Islands of the Commission. take, the Commission will consider all
Tidal Energy Hydroelectric Project. n. Competing Preliminary Permit— protests or other comments filed, but
f. Location: The project would be Anyone desiring to file a competing only those who file a motion to
located in a section of the Vineyard application for preliminary permit for a intervene in accordance with the
Sound in Barnstable and Dukes proposed project must submit the Commission’s Rules may become a
Counties, Massachusetts. competing application itself, or a notice party to the proceeding. Any comments,
g. Filed Pursuant to: Federal Power of intent to file such an application, to protests, or motions to intervene must
Act, 16 U.S.C. 791(a)—825(r). the Commission on or before the be received on or before the specified
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h. Applicant Contacts: Joseph A. specified comment date for the comment date for the particular
Cannon, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw particular application (see 18 CFR 4.36). application.
Pittman LLP, 2300 N Street, NW., Submission of a timely notice of intent Comments, protests and interventions
Washington, DC 20037, phone: (202) allows an interested person to file the may be filed electronically via the
663–8000, and Charles B. Cooper, TRC competing preliminary permit Internet in lieu of paper; See 18 CFR

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