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Crown Landing Revises Berth Design

In a December 1 filing, BP informed FERC that it must revise the marine facility design at its proposed Crown Landing terminal. As a result of “worst-case” simulations conducted in connection with the Waterway Suitability Assessment, Crown Landing will
December 5, 2005

In a December 1 filing, BP informed FERC that it must revise the marine facility design at its proposed Crown Landing terminal. As a result of “worst-case” simulations conducted in connection with the Waterway Suitability Assessment, Crown Landing will extend its berth by 100 feet in length and 95 feet in width to obtain “optimal maneuvering room.” Crown Landing’s filing is available in Docket No. CP04-411 at the FERC e-Library.

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