The Deepwater Port Licensing Program is the application process designed to promote the construction of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and oil deepwater ports. This license system was established by the Deepwater Port Act of 1974, as amended by the Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002. MARAD DOT assesses the financial capability of potential licenses, prepares the project Record of Decision, and issues or denies the deepwater port license.
If the license was denied, surrendered, or withdrawn they are not displayed in this layer. The licensed deepwater ports are listed below.
Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (Louisiana)
Neptune LNG (Massachusetts)
Northeast Gateway (Massachusetts)
Port Dolphin (Florida – Gulf of Mexico)
Gulf Gateway Energy Bridge (Louisiana)
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|Regions||Norfolk County, Plymouth County, Suffolk County, Boca Ciega, St. Pete Beach, District 8|
|Data type||Vector point|
|Attributes||Status, Deepwater_Port, Capacity_bcf, License, Fuel_Type, Maximum_Send_Out_Capacity_bcfd, Water_Depth_feet, Minimum_Unloading_Time_days, Port_Type, Maximum_Unloading_Time_days, Docket_Number, Lease_Block|
|Services||Vector Query API|
|Added||13 Sep 2016 ago|
|Last checked||1 Sep 2018 ago|