by KTNA Staff ~ August 30th, 2010
|Category: Public Notices
Sub-Category: Coastal Consistency Review – ACMP
|Department: Natural Resources|
|Publish Date: 08/19/2010||Location: Palmer, Wasilla
Coastal District: Matanuska Susitna Borough
Body of Notice:
LEA #1 Natural Gas Exploration/AK 1008-01OG
Linc Energy Operations, Inc./Corri Feige
Exploration well site is immediately north of Point MacKenzie Rd. in T16N, R3W, Section 30, Seward Meridian, within the Matanuska-Susitna Borough. An additional water well for the operation is one-half mile south, within Section 31, T16N R3W, Seward Meridian.
Review Schedule (50 days):
• Day 1………………………………….. 8/19/10
• Comments due on or before….. 9/17/10
• Final determination issued by….. 10/7/10
How you can participate:
This project is being reviewed for consistency with the Alaska Coastal Management Program. Your comments on the proposed project’s consistency must be submitted in writing to the Division of Coastal and Ocean Management (DCOM). Comments about inconsistency must identify the relevant enforceable policy and explain how the project is not consistent with that policy.
Deadline for written comments: 5:00 PM on September 17, 2010:
Nina Brudie, Oil & Gas Project Review Manager
Alaska Coastal Management Program, DCOM
550 W. 7th Ave, Suite 705, Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: 907-334-2563 Fax: 907-269-3981
Email: nina [dot] brudie [at] alaska [dot] gov
Web site: http://www.alaskacoast.state.ak.us/
Linc Energy Operations, Inc. (Linc) plans to explore for conventional natural gas resources on State of Alaska Oil & Gas Lease #ADL 390588, located immediately north of Point MacKenzie Rd. in Section 30, T16N, R3W, Seward Meridian, within the Matanuska-Susitna Borough. Linc’s exploration plan consists of one well, the LEA #1, to be drilled in October, 2010. The LEA #1 will be placed on a private 10-acre surface parcel owned by Linc. A 325 x 295 feet (approximately 2.2 acres) gravel pad to support drilling operations and related support equipment will be constructed on a previously disturbed portion of the parcel, and an existing gravel roadway will be used to access the site. Water withdrawal for drilling operations will take place at two locations, one at the well pad site on Linc-owned property, and one at a private landowner water well one-half mile south.
For your information:
Individuals with disabilities who may need auxiliary aids, services, or special modifications to participate in this review may contact the DCOM review staff at the above address.
Public notice posted at Post Offices in Palmer and Wasilla and on the ACMP web site.