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Projects of Heightened Public Concerns

Selected* Environmental Resource Permit Application and/or Agency Action

* The notices contained on these pages are only for applications that DEP staff reasonably expects to result in a heightened public concern or likelihood of request for administrative proceedings based on the size, potential effect on the environment or the public, potential controversial nature, and the location of the activities.

Other Notifications: The department's ERP program receives thousands of applications annually, most of which are for routine activities. To search for an application or notice currently under review, please go to DEP's interactive permitting search page. To be automatically notified via email of any future applications or notices submitted to the department, subscribe to DEP's Permitting Application Subscription Service or PASS system. The PASS system allows you to tailor your subscription to specific regulatory program areas, types of applications and to specific geographic areas, including counties, or distance from a specific location.

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File Number Applicant Project Synopsis Link to File
323836-003 El Burnett Oil Company (Nobles Grade) The applicant seeks authorization under the Environmental Resource Permit program for proposed drilling and production operations for the purpose of accessing privately-owned mineral prospects. The Nobles Grade Prospect will have a small limestone pad accessed by single-lane limestone road. The pad and road will be located where they minimize harm to natural resources. ERP_323836
397879-001 El Burnett Oil Company (Tamiami) The applicant seeks authorization under the Environmental Resource Permit program for proposed drilling and production operations for the purpose of accessing privately-owned mineral prospects. The Tamiami Prospect will have a small limestone pad accessed by single-lane limestone road. The pad and road will be located where they minimize harm to natural resources. ERP_397879

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February 3, 2021 - 6:44pm

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