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E6–2573 Filed 2–22–06; 8:45 am] Minerals Management Service BILLING CODE 4310–6W–P PO 00000 Environmental Documents Prepared for Proposed Oil and Gas Operations on the Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) AGENCY: Minerals Management Service, Interior. Frm 00064 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\23FEN1.SGM 23FEN1 9372 Federal Register / Vol. 71, No. 36 / Thursday, February 23, 2006 / Notices Notice of the Availability of Environmental Documents. Prepared for OCS Mineral Proposals on the Gulf of Mexico OCS. ACTION: SUMMARY: Minerals Management Service (MMS), in accordance with Federal Regulations that implement the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), announces the availability of NEPArelated Site-Specific Environmental Assessments (SEA) and Findings of No Significant Impact (FONSI), prepared by MMS for the following oil and gas activities proposed on the Gulf of Mexico OCS. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Public Information Unit, Information Services Section at the number below. Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, Attention: Public Information Office (MS 5034), 1201 Elmwood Park Boulevard, Room 114, New Orleans, Louisiana 70123–2394, or by calling 1–800–200–GULF. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: MMS prepares SEAs and FONSIs for proposals that relate to exploration for and the development/production of oil and gas resources on the Gulf of Mexico OCS. These SEAs examine the potential environmental effects of activities described in the proposals and present MMS conclusions regarding the significance of those effects. Environmental Assessments are used as a basis for determining whether or not approval of the proposals constitutes major Federal actions that significantly affect the quality of the human environment in the sense of NEPA Section 102(2)(C). A FONSI is prepared in those instances where MMS finds that approval will not result in significant effects on the quality of the human environment. The FONSI briefly presents the basis for that finding and includes a summary or copy of the SEA. This notice constitutes the public notice of availability of environmental documents required under the NEPA Regulations. This listing includes all proposals for which the Gulf of Mexico OCS Region prepared a FONSI in the period subsequent to publication of the preceding notice. Activity/operator Location Date Forest Oil Corporation, Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05–161 Eugene Island, Block 314, Lease OCS–G 01981, located 70 miles from the nearest Louisiana shoreline. Main Pass, Block 298, Lease OCS–G 01906, located 18 miles from the nearest Louisiana shoreline. East Cameron, Block 38, Lease OCS–G 02562, located 8 miles from the nearest Louisiana shoreline. Main Pass, Block 312, Lease OCS–G 16520, located 15 miles from the nearest Louisiana shoreline. Matagorda Island, Block 686, Lease OCS–G 04625, located 18 miles from the nearest Texas shoreline. Grand Isle, Block 104, Lease OCS–G 14560, located 48 miles from the nearest Louisiana shoreline. Vermilion, Block 102, Lease OCS–G 03393, located 30 miles from the nearest Louisiana shoreline. High Island, Block 140, Lease OCS 00518, located 20 miles from the nearest Texas shoreline. High Island, Block 200, Lease OCS–G 09086, located 30 miles from the nearest Texas shoreline. East Cameron, Block 192, Lease OCS–G 08650, located 70 miles from the nearest Louisiana shoreline. South Timbalier, Block 161, Lease OCS–G 01248, located 32 miles from the nearest Louisiana shoreline. South Timbalier, Block 21, Lease OCS–G 00263, located 4 miles from the nearest Louisiana shoreline. 11/29/2005 Southern Natural Gas Company, Structure Removal SEA ES/ SR 05–160. Energy Resource Technology, Inc., Structure Removal SEA ES/ SR 05–162. Apache Corporation, Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05–156 .... Northern Natural Gas Company, Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05–155. Walter Oil & Gas Corporation, Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05–153. El Paso Production Oil & Gas Company, Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05–157. Nippon Oil Exploration U.S.A. Limited, Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05–163. Walter Oil & Gas Corporation, Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05–165. Millennium Offshore Group, Inc., Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05–158. Apache Corporation, Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05–159 .... Marlin Energy Offshore, L.L.C., Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05–142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, and 151. 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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Minerals Management Service


Environmental Documents Prepared for Proposed Oil and Gas 
Operations on the Gulf of Mexico Outer Continental Shelf (OCS)

AGENCY: Minerals Management Service, Interior.

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ACTION: Notice of the Availability of Environmental Documents. Prepared 
for OCS Mineral Proposals on the Gulf of Mexico OCS.

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SUMMARY: Minerals Management Service (MMS), in accordance with Federal 
Regulations that implement the National Environmental Policy Act 
(NEPA), announces the availability of NEPA-related Site-Specific 
Environmental Assessments (SEA) and Findings of No Significant Impact 
(FONSI), prepared by MMS for the following oil and gas activities 
proposed on the Gulf of Mexico OCS.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Public Information Unit, Information 
Services Section at the number below. Minerals Management Service, Gulf 
of Mexico OCS Region, Attention: Public Information Office (MS 5034), 
1201 Elmwood Park Boulevard, Room 114, New Orleans, Louisiana 70123-
2394, or by calling 1-800-200-GULF.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: MMS prepares SEAs and FONSIs for proposals 
that relate to exploration for and the development/production of oil 
and gas resources on the Gulf of Mexico OCS. These SEAs examine the 
potential environmental effects of activities described in the 
proposals and present MMS conclusions regarding the significance of 
those effects. Environmental Assessments are used as a basis for 
determining whether or not approval of the proposals constitutes major 
Federal actions that significantly affect the quality of the human 
environment in the sense of NEPA Section 102(2)(C). A FONSI is prepared 
in those instances where MMS finds that approval will not result in 
significant effects on the quality of the human environment. The FONSI 
briefly presents the basis for that finding and includes a summary or 
copy of the SEA.
    This notice constitutes the public notice of availability of 
environmental documents required under the NEPA Regulations.
    This listing includes all proposals for which the Gulf of Mexico 
OCS Region prepared a FONSI in the period subsequent to publication of 
the preceding notice.

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        Activity/operator                  Location              Date
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Forest Oil Corporation, Structure  Eugene Island, Block       11/29/2005
 Removal SEA ES/SR 05-161.          314, Lease OCS-G 01981,
                                    located 70 miles from
                                    the nearest Louisiana
                                    shoreline.
Southern Natural Gas Company,      Main Pass, Block 298,       12/1/2005
 Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05-    Lease OCS-G 01906,
 160.                               located 18 miles from
                                    the nearest Louisiana
                                    shoreline.
Energy Resource Technology, Inc.,  East Cameron, Block 38,     12/5/2005
 Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05-    Lease OCS-G 02562,
 162.                               located 8 miles from
                                    the nearest Louisiana
                                    shoreline.
Apache Corporation, Structure      Main Pass, Block 312,       12/5/2005
 Removal SEA ES/SR 05-156.          Lease OCS-G 16520,
                                    located 15 miles from
                                    the nearest Louisiana
                                    shoreline.
Northern Natural Gas Company,      Matagorda Island, Block    12/14/2005
 Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05-    686, Lease OCS-G 04625,
 155.                               located 18 miles from
                                    the nearest Texas
                                    shoreline.
Walter Oil & Gas Corporation,      Grand Isle, Block 104,     12/16/2005
 Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05-    Lease OCS-G 14560,
 153.                               located 48 miles from
                                    the nearest Louisiana
                                    shoreline.
El Paso Production Oil & Gas       Vermilion, Block 102,      12/16/2005
 Company, Structure Removal SEA     Lease OCS-G 03393,
 ES/SR 05-157.                      located 30 miles from
                                    the nearest Louisiana
                                    shoreline.
Nippon Oil Exploration U.S.A.      High Island, Block 140,    12/19/2005
 Limited, Structure Removal SEA     Lease OCS 00518,
 ES/SR 05-163.                      located 20 miles from
                                    the nearest Texas
                                    shoreline.
Walter Oil & Gas Corporation,      High Island, Block 200,    12/19/2005
 Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05-    Lease OCS-G 09086,
 165.                               located 30 miles from
                                    the nearest Texas
                                    shoreline.
Millennium Offshore Group, Inc.,   East Cameron, Block 192,   12/21/2005
 Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05-    Lease OCS-G 08650,
 158.                               located 70 miles from
                                    the nearest Louisiana
                                    shoreline.
Apache Corporation, Structure      South Timbalier, Block     12/21/2005
 Removal SEA ES/SR 05-159.          161, Lease OCS-G 01248,
                                    located 32 miles from
                                    the nearest Louisiana
                                    shoreline.
Marlin Energy Offshore, L.L.C.,    South Timbalier, Block     12/29/2005
 Structure Removal SEA ES/SR 05-    21, Lease OCS-G 00263,
 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147,      located 4 miles from
 148, 149, 150, and 151.            the nearest Louisiana
                                    shoreline.
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    Persons interested in reviewing environmental documents for the 
proposals listed above or obtaining information about SEAs and FONSIs 
prepared for activities on the Gulf of Mexico OCS are encouraged to 
contact MMS at the address or telephone listed in the FOR FURTHER 
INFORMATION section.

    Dated: January 18, 2006.
Chris C. Oynes,
Regional Director, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region.
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