Hilcorp Alaska, LLC's stated purpose is to: “Construct a road-accessible drill pad and associated pipeline to safely drill into the Ninilchik Unit and produce and then transport natural gas from the Kalotsa Pad to processing facilities at SD Pad. Sales grade gas would then be transported from SD to the Kenai-Kachemak Pipeline where they will be taken to market.” Hilcorp Alaska, LLC is proposing to: Permanently discharge 22,541 cubic yards (cy) of clean gravel into 3.32 acres of waters of the United States (WOUS), including wetlands, for the construction of the Kalotsa Drill Pad and access road. The proposed drill pad would be 237’ wide by 339’ wide by 3’ high, underlain by geogrid material with 2:1 side slopes. The proposed road would be 3700’ long by 28’ wide at the base by 30” high, underlain by geogrid material with 2:1 side slopes. Permanently discharge 228 cy of native soils into 0.23 acres of waters of the United States (WOUS), including wetlands, to fill an existing man made drainage ditch that would return hydrology to a historic stream along the stream bluff. Temporarily side cast 1338 cy of native soils into 0.45 acres of waters of the United States (WOUS)., including wetlands, to construct a 1.1 mile long by 4’ wide by 3’ deep trench for the installation of two 6” diameter pipeline from the Kalotsa Pad to the existing Susan Dionne Pad. The material would be excavated from the proposed trench, temporarily side cast adjacent to the trench and then returned to the trench once the flowline is installed. All work would be performed in accordance with the enclosed plan (sheets 1-18), dated March 13, 2015.
POA-2015-256, Cook Inlet_PN
POA-2015-256, Cook Inlet_PN Drawings