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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter NNPart 148


TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER NN—DEEPWATER PORTS

PART 148—DEEPWATER PORTS: GENERAL

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§148.1
What is the purpose of this subchapter?
§148.2
Who is responsible for implementing this subchapter?
§148.3
What Federal agencies are responsible for implementing the Deepwater Port Act?
§148.5
How are terms used in this subchapter defined?
§148.8
How are certifying entities designated and used for purposes of this subchapter?
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Subpart B—APPLICATION FOR A LICENSE

§148.100
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§148.105
What must I include in my application?
§148.107
What additional information may be required?
§148.108
What if a Federal or State agency or other interested party requests additional information?
§148.110
How do I prepare my application?
§148.115
How many copies of the application must I send and where must I send them?
§148.125
What are the application fees?
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Subpart C—PROCESSING APPLICATIONS

General

§148.200
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§148.205
How are documents related to the application maintained?
§148.207
How and where may I view docketed documents?
§148.209
How is the application processed?
§148.211
What must I do if I need to change my application?
§148.213
How do I withdraw my application?
§148.215
What if a port has plans for a deep draft channel and harbor?
§148.217
How can a State be designated as an Adjacent Coastal State?
§148.221
How do I claim, or object to a claim, that required information is privileged?

Public Hearings or Meetings

§148.222
When must public hearings or meetings be held?
§148.227
How is a public hearing or meeting reported?

Formal Hearings

§148.228
What if a formal evidentiary hearing is necessary?
§148.230
How is notice of a formal hearing given?
§148.232
What are the rules for a formal hearing?
§148.234
What are the limits of an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ)'s jurisdiction?
§148.236
What authority does an Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) have?
§148.238
Who are the parties to a formal hearing?
§148.240
How does a State or a person intervene in a formal hearing?
§148.242
How does a person who is not a party to a formal hearing present evidence at the hearing?
§148.244
Who must represent the parties at a formal hearing?
§148.246
When is a document considered filed and where should I file it?
§148.248
What happens when a document does not contain all necessary information?
§148.250
Who must be served before a document is filed?
§148.252
What is the procedure for serving a subpoena?
§148.254
How is a hearing transcript prepared?
§148.256
What happens at the conclusion of a formal hearing?

Approval or Denial of the Application

§148.276
When must the application be approved or denied?
§148.277
How may Federal agencies and States participate in the application process?
§148.279
What are the criteria for approval or denial of an application?
§148.281
What happens when more than one application is submitted for a deepwater port in the same application area?
§148.283
When is the application process stopped before the application is approved or denied?
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Subpart D—LICENSES

§148.300
What does this subpart concern?
§148.305
What is included in a deepwater port license?
§148.307
Who may consult with the Commandant (CG-5P) and MARAD on developing the proposed conditions of a license?
§148.310
How long does a license last?
§148.315
How is a license amended, transferred, or reinstated?
§148.320
How is a license enforced, suspended, or revoked?
§148.325
How soon after deepwater port decommissioning must the licensee initiate removal?
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Subpart E—SITE EVALUATION AND PRE-CONSTRUCTION TESTING

§148.400
What does this subpart do?
§148.405
What are the procedures for notifying the Commandant (CG-5P) of proposed site evaluation and pre-construction testing?
§148.410
What are the conditions for conducting site evaluation and pre-construction testing?
§148.415
When conducting site evaluation and pre-construction testing, what must be reported?
§148.420
When may the Commandant (CG-5P) suspend or prohibit site evaluation or pre-construction testing?
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Subpart F—EXEMPTION FROM OR ADJUSTMENTS TO REQUIREMENTS IN THIS SUBCHAPTER

§148.500
What does this subpart do?
§148.505
How do I apply for an exemption?
§148.510
What happens when a petition for exemption involves the interests of an Adjacent Coastal State?
§148.515
When is an exemption allowed?
§148.600
What is the limit of financial liability?
§148.605
How is the limit of liability determined?
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Subpart G—ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW CRITERIA FOR DEEPWATER PORTS

§148.700
How does the Deepwater Port Act interact with other Federal and State laws?
§148.702
How were the environmental review criteria developed?
§148.705
What is determined by the environmental evaluation?
§148.707
What type of criteria will be used in an environmental review and how will they be applied?
§148.708
Must the applicant's proposal reflect potential regulations?
§148.709
How are these criteria reviewed and revised?
§148.710
What environmental conditions must be satisfied?
§148.715
How is an environmental review conducted?
§148.720
What are the siting criteria?
§148.722
Should the construction plan incorporate best available technology and recommended industry practices?
§148.725
What are the design, construction and operational criteria?
§148.730
What are the land use and coastal zone management criteria?
§148.735
What are other critical criteria that must be evaluated?
§148.737
What environmental statutes must an applicant follow?


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