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					                                                                                       U.S. Department
                                                                                  of Homeland Security
                                                                                         United States
                                                                                         Coast Guard

                                    LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
                     District 8 GULF                                                             Week: 34/10
                                                 8TH DISTRICT LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS
                                                              GULF OF MEXICO
                                                   Econfina River, FL to the Rio Grande, TX
                                                           LIGHT LIST VOLUME IV
                                                           NOTICE NUMBER 34/10
                                                               August 25, 2010

                                   References: COMDTPUB P16502.4, Vol. IV, 2010 Edition and Coast Pilot V.

                          COAST GUARD DISTRICT 8, WATERWAYS, (504) 671-2327, 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. (CST)
                                      NIS WATCHSTANDER PHONE (703) 313-5900 24-HOURS A DAY
                                           INTERNET ADDRESS HTTP://www.navcen.uscg.gov
                                2009 SPECIAL NOTICE TO MARINERS http://www.navcen.uscg.gov/lnm/d8gm
                         GULF OF MEXICO LNM VIA INTERNET http://www.navcen.uscg.gov/lnm/d8gm/default.htm OR
                                             ftp://ftp.navcen.uscg.gov/lnm/d8gm/default.htm


                                                BROADCAST NOTICE TO MARINERS COVERED IN THIS EDITION
                              ORIGINATING UNIT       BEGINNING BNMS                         ENDING BNMS
                   CCGD8                             BNM 0151-10 (D8)                       BNM 0154-10 (D8)
                   CCGD8 (OB)                       BNM 0082-10 (OB)                        BNM 0093-10 (OB)
                   CCGD8 (DPB)                      BNM 0517-10 (DPB)                      BNM 0518-10 (DPB)
                   SECTOR MOBILE (MO)              BNM 0655-10 (MO)     THROUGH           BNM 0661-10 (MO)
                   SECTOR NEW ORLEANS (NO)          BNM 1065-10 (NO)                     BNM 1110-10 (NO)
                    SECTOR HOUSTON-GALVESTON (GA)   BNM 0776-10 (GA)                     BNM 0796-10 (GA)
                     SECTOR CORPUS CHRISTI (CC)     BNM 0473-10 (CC)                   BNM 0483-10 (CC)

                                                             ABBREVIATIONS
A through H                                  I through O                                        P through Z

ACOE - Army Corps of Engineers               I - Interrupted                                    PRIV - Private Aid
ADRIFT - Buoy Adrift                         ICW - Intracoastal Waterway                        Q - Quick
AICW - Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway        IMCH - Improper Characteristic                     R - Red
Al - Alternating                             INL - Inlet                                        RACON - Radar Transponder Beacon
B - Buoy                                     INOP - Not Operating                               Ra ref - Radar reflector
BKW - Breakwater                             INT - Intensity                                    RBN - Radio Beacon
bl - Blast                                   ISL - Islet                                        REBUILT - Aid Rebuilt
BNM - Broadcast Notice to Mariner            Iso - Isophase                                     RECOVERED - Aid Recovered
bu - Blue                                    kHz - Kilohertz                                    RED - Red Buoy
C - Canadian                                 LAT - Latitude                                     REFL - Reflective
CHAN - Channel                               LB - Lighted Buoy                                  RRL - Range Rear Light
CGD - Coast Guard District                   LBB - Lighted Bell Buoy                            RELIGHTED - Aid Relit
C/O - Cut Off                                LHB - Lighted Horn Buoy                            RELOC - Relocated
CONT - Contour                               LGB - Lighted Gong Buoy                            RESET ON STATION - Aid Reset on Station
CRK - Creek                                  LONG - Longitude                                   RFL - Range Front Light
CONST - Construction                         LNM - Local Notice to Mariners                     RIV - River
DBN/Dbn - Daybeacon                          LT - Light                                         s - seconds
DBD/DAYBD - Dayboard                         LT CONT - Light Continuous                         SEC - Section
DEFAC - Defaced                              LTR - Letter                                       SHL - Shoaling
DEST - Destroyed                             LWB - Lighted Whistle Buoy                         si - silent
DISCON - Discontinued                        LWP - Left Watching Properly                       SIG - Signal
DMGD/DAMGD - Damaged                         MHz - Megahertz                                    SND - Sound
ec - eclipse                                 MISS/MSNG - Missing                                SPM - Single Point Mooring Buoy
EST - Established Aid                        Mo - Morse Code                                    SS - Sound Signal
ev - every                                   MSLD - Misleading                                  STA - Station
EVAL - Evaluation                            N/C - Not Charted                                  STRUCT - Structure
EXT - Extinguished                           NGA - National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency      St M - Statute Mile



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                   25 August 2010
F - Fixed                                       NO/NUM - Number                                         TEMP - Temporary Aid Change
fl - flash                                      NOS - National Ocean Service                            TMK - Topmark
Fl - Flashing                                   NW - Notice Writer                                      TRLB - Temporarily Replaced by Lighted Buoy
G - Green                                       OBSCU - Obscured                                        TRLT - Temporarily Replaced by Light
HAZ - Hazard to Navigation                      OBST - Obstruction                                      TRUB - Temporarily Replaced by Unlighted Buoy
HBR - Harbor                                    OBSTR - Obstruction                                     W - White
HOR - Horizontal Clearance                      Oc - Occulting                                          Y - Yellow
HT - Height                                     ODAS - Anchored Oceanographic Data Buoy



Additional Abbreviations Specific to this LNM Edition:
AHOP                     Above Head of Passes
BHOP                     Below Head of Passes
HSC                      Houston Ship Channel
MRGO                     Mississippi River - Gulf Outlet
HWY                  Highway
IHNC                      Inner Harbor Navigation Canal
F/V                     Fishing Vessel



                                                       SECTION I - SPECIAL NOTICES
                                         This section contains information of special concern to the Mariner.

            DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY
         The Departmnet of Homeland Security (DHS) encourages the maritime public to report information concerning suspicious activity to their local
         Federal Bureau of Investigation Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) Office, www.fbi.gov/contact/fo/fo.htm, or to other appropriate authorities.
         Individuals can contact the DHS Watch and Warning Unit, at (202) 323-3205, or toll free at 1-888-585-9078, or by E-Mail to
         nipc.watch@fbi.gov. The U.S. Coast Guard reminds the maritime industry that they may also report information concerning suspicious activity
         to the National Response Center (NRC), at 1-800-424-8802.
                                                                                                                  LNM: DPW

            HURRICANE SEASON SPECIAL NOTICE
         The hurricane season extends from June 1, 2010 through November 30, 2010. Tropical storms and hurricanes often develop with little warning.
          Extensive damage to small craft often results in loss of life. All mariners, particularly operators of small fishing vessels, are reminded that
         advanced planning which might prevent loss of vessel and crew should include:
         (a)   Instruction of crew and passengers in location of emergency equipment and emergency procedures.
         (b)   Presailing check of vessel, machinery, and equipment for seaworthiness.
         (c)   Installation of strong ground tackle.
         (d)   Review of storm center evacuation procedures.
         (e)   Knowledge of nearest hurricane shelter or port.
         (f)   Constant radio watch on VHF-FM Channel 16 and frequent monitoring of VHF-FM weather channels for National Weather Service
         Broadcasts.

         Due to tropical storms and hurricanes, mariners should be aware that aids to navigation along the coasts of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi,
         Louisiana and Texas, and on structures in the Gulf of Mexico might have been damaged or destroyed. Lighted and unlighted buoys may have
         been moved from charted position, damaged, sunk, extinguished, or otherwise made inoperative. Mariners should not rely completely upon the
         position or operation of an aid to navigation, but should also employ such other methods of determining position as may be available. Wrecks
         and submerged obstructions may have been moved from charted locations and pipelines may become uncovered or moved, due to the force of
         storm surges. Storm surge and winds may create shoals in affected waters. The U.S. Aids to Navigation system marking wrecks and
         obstructions is intended for use with nautical charts. The exact meaning of a particular aid to navigation may not be clear to the mariner unless
         the appropriate nautical chart is consulted. Virtually all U.S. lateral marks are located in Iala Region B and follow the traditional 3R rule of red,
         right, returning. In U.S. waters, returning from seaward and proceeding toward the head of navigation is generally considered as moving
         westerly along the Gulf Coast. Mariners should exercise caution and report aid to navigation discrepancies and hazards to navigation to the
         nearest Coast Guard unit.

         During the hurricane season, drawbridges along the coast may deviate from normal operating procedures. Some bridges may be unable to open
         because of high winds. Others may be authorized extended closed periods to facilitate evacuation of land traffic. Mariners should anticipate
         bridge closures by listening to the National Weather Service and Coast Guard Broadcasts on hurricane conditions. Because of the uncertainty of
         hurricane movements and bridge closures, mariners are urged to seek passage through drawbridges well in advance of the arrival of gale force
         winds.

         Locks and Navigation Structures are operated to pass navigation until such time, that water levels and wind conditions warrant operations
         unsafe. The structures are then closed in accordance with hurricane preparation procedures. Mariners will be given as much notice as possible
         when structures are to be closed. However, these structures may be closed on short notice well in advance of the actual storm. Mariners are



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                                25 August 2010
         advised to seek safe harbor as soon as possible.
                                                                                                                    LNM: DPW

            HURRICANE SEASON SPECIAL NOTICE - ACOE Locks
         See Enclosure.
                                                                                                                    LNM: ACOE NO

            RECOMMENDED GUIDANCE/PRACTICES FOR WRECKS AND OBSTRUCTIONS POST TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES
         See Enclosure.
                                                                                                                    LNM: DPW

            SPECIAL NOTICE-HURRICANE SEASON
         Mariners are advised that the hurricane season extends from June 1, 2010 to November 30, 2010.

         Locks and navigation structures operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will attempt to pass navigation until such time that water levels
         and wind conditions render operations unsafe.

         The structures are then closed in accordance with hurricane procedures. Be advised that this includes the Harvey Canal Floodgate, located in
         the Harvey Canal immediately south of the Lapalco Bridge which is now operational.

         Mariners using structures such as Bayou Bienvenue, Bayou Dupre, Empire, Leon Theriot (Golden Meadow), and Larose floodgates, and the
         Empire and Ostrica locks should consult local levee districts or the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. Phone numbers for
         local and state structures and agencies and Corps of Engineers structures can be found on the following website:
         www.mvn.usace.army.mil
         Click on the NO District Hurricane page link.

         Mariners will be given as much notice as possible when structures are to be closed. However, these structures may be closed on short notice
         well in advance of the actual storm. Mariners are advised to seek safe harbor as soon as possible.
                                                                                                                    LNM: DPW

            WATERWAY STATUS - VESSEL CLEANING STATIONS INFORMATION - UPDATE
         See Enclousre.
                                                                                                                    LNM: MTSRU HOUMA

            BALLASTING OPERATIONS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO DURING DEEPWATER HORIZON GULF OIL SPILL RESPONSE - Marine Safety
            Information Bulletin
         See Enclosure.
                                                                                                                    LNM: DPW

            NOAA Raster Navigational Charts
         To support the continuation of maritime commerce, and to help ensure safe and efficient navigation, NOAA is providing continual updates to its
         nautical chart products that display the spill zone and current spill projections.

         Mariners can access a NOAA Raster Navigational Chart (NOAA RNC®), the NOAA Electronic Navigational Chart (NOAA ENC®), and a Print on
         Demand Chart with spill projections. Charts are available http://www.nauticalcharts.noaa.gov/staff/headline-oilspill.html and from NOAA’s Print
         on Demand agents.

         The charts use NOAA Office of Response and Restoration data to display the spill area and the forecasted trajectory. The images are
         integrated with NOAA Office of Coast Survey data from the ENC. NOAA will update the charts as conditions warrant, and users should check
         for updates regularly.
                                                                                                                    LNM: NOAA

            AUTOMATIC IDENTICATION SYSTEM CHANNEL OPERATION
         All mariners are advised to confirm proper channel frequency selection for vessels equipped with an Automatic Identification System (AIS). Any
         vessel equipped with an AIS transponder should be verified that the transponder is operating on the correct frequencies. The standard default
         AIS frequency is 161.975 MHZ (AIS1 or Channel 87B). The alternate AIS frequency is 162.025 MHZ (AIS2 or Channel 88B). These frequencies
         can be verified through consulting the manufacturer's operation/owner’s manual for your specific AIS system.
                                                                                                                    LNM: E-MAIL




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                           25 August 2010
                                                          SECTION II - DISCREPANCIES
  This section lists all reported and corrected discrepancies related to Aids to Navigation in this edition. A discrepancy is a change in the status of
                                           an aid to navigation that differs from what is published or charted.


  DISCREPANCIES (FEDERAL AIDS)

         LLNR            Aid Name                               Status                                   Chart No.      BNM Ref.       LNM St     LNM End
         135             St Andrew Bay Entrance Lighted Whistle REDUCED INT                                11391                       25/10
                         Buoy SA
         335             Ship Island Light                      LT EXT                                      11373                      26/10
         635             Belle Pass Entrance Lighted Bell Buoy 2     MISSING                                11365                      33/10
         1285            Matagorda Ship Channel Approach             LT EXT                                 11316                      34/10
                         Lighted Buoy MSC
         1305            Matagorda Ship Channel Entrance Light       REDUCED INT                            11319                      17/08
         1360            Aransas Pass Entrance Lighted Buoy AP       LT EXT                                 11307                      18/10
         1445            St Marks River Buoy 5                       MISSING                                11406                      29/10
         1460            St Marks River Buoy 6                       OFF STA                                11406                      28/10
         1640            St Marks River Buoy 45                      OFF STA                                11406                      28/10
         2075            Panacea Channel Daybeacon 5                 DBN IMCH                               11405                      41/09
         2420            Carrabelle Channel Inner Range Rear         DBN IMCH                               11404                      38/09
                         Light
         2425            Carrabelle Channel Light 15                 LT EXT                                 11404                      27/10
         2670            Carrabelle River Daybeacon 68               DBN DEST                               11404                      27/10
         3011            St Joseph Bay Entrance C Range Rear         LT EXT                                 11393                      24/08
                         Light
         3170            St Andrew Bay Entrance Lighted Whistle      REDUCED INT                            11391                      25/10
                         Buoy SA
         3670            Treasure Island Marina Channel              TRUB                                   11391                      31/10
                         Daybeacon 2
         3840            Old East Pass Harbor Channel Light          LT EXT                                 11385                      34/10
                         13
         3960            Pensacola Bay Entrance Lighted Gong         MISSING                                11384                      11/10
                         Buoy 5
         4075            Pensacola Bay Navy Range Front Light        STRUCT DMGD                            11384                      04/10
         4770            Escambia River Buoy 22                      OFF STA                                11378                      33/10
         4860            Bayou St John Daybeacon 1                   TRUB                                   11378                      25/10
         5110            Mobile Channel Lower Reach Outer            LT EXT                                 11377                      33/10
                         Range Rear Light
         5230            Mobile Channel Middle Reach Outer           LT EXT                                 11380                      34/10
                         Range Front Light
         5235            Mobile Channel Middle Reach Outer           LT IMCH                                11376                      34/10
                         Range Rear Light
         5285            Mobile Channel Light 52                     TRLB                                   11380                      34/10
         5290            Mobile Channel Light 54                     TRLB                                   11376                      34/10
         6682            Bayou La Batre Daybeacon 21                 TRUB                                   11374                      33/10
         7095            Pascagoula Channel Light 41                 TRLB                                   11375                      30/10
         7370            Bayou Casotte Channel D Range Rear          LT EXT                                 11375                      33/10
                         Light
         7510            Dog Keys Pass Buoy 3                        MISSING                                11372                      28/10
         7530            Biloxi East Channel Light 4                 TRLB                                   11372                      29/10
         7540            Biloxi East Channel Daybeacon 6             TRUB                                   11372                      29/10
         7585            Biloxi East Channel Daybeacon 16            TRUB                                   11372                      20/10
         7600            Biloxi East Channel Daybeacon 20            TRUB                                   11373                      19/10
         7625            Biloxi East Channel Daybeacon 27            DBN DEST                               11372                      29/10
         7840            Biloxi Channel Daybeacon 16                 TRUB                                   11372                      28/10
         7865            Biloxi Channel Light 18                     LT EXT                                 11372                      29/10
         7920            Biloxi Channel Daybeacon 35                 TRUB                                   11372                      25/10
         8045            Back Bay Of Biloxi Buoy 2                   BUOY DMGD                              11372                      23/10
         8120            Back Bay Of Biloxi Daybeacon 14             TRUB                                   11372                      18/10
         8175            Biloxi River Daybeacon 1                    TRUB                                   11372                      43/09



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                                25 August 2010
         8195          Big Lake Daybeacon 29                       TRUB                  11372   14/10
         8235          Bernard Bayou Light 2                       TRLB                  11372   24/10
         8245          Bernard Bayou Light 5                       TRLB                  11372   29/09
         8260          Bernard Bayou Light 13                      TRLB                  11372   33/08
         8390          Ship Island Light                           LT EXT                11373   26/10
         8493          Gulfport Middle Reach Channel Inbound       LT EXT                11372   29/10
                       Range Rear Passing Light
         8510          Gulfport Ship Channel Light 27              TRLB                  11372   27/10
         8565          Gulfport Upper Reach Outbound Range         LT EXT                11372   29/10
                       Front
         8585          Gulfport Ship Channel Light 39              TRLB                  11372   33/10
         8605          Gulfport Ship Channel Light 43              TRLB                  11372   15/10
         8771          Gulfport Small Boat Harbor Buoy 8           OFF STA               11372   33/09
         8985          Bayou Portage Channel Light 3               TRLB                  11372   05/09
         8995          Bayou Portage Channel Daybeacon 5           TRUB                  11372   04/10
         9005          Bayou Portage Channel Daybeacon 9           TRUB                  11372   39/08
         9050          Jourdan River Channel Light 5               DBN IMCH              11372   33/09
         9185          Little Lake Daybeacon 3                     TRUB                  11367   28/10
         9205          Little Lake Daybeacon 9                     TRUB                  11367   17/10
         9265          Pearl River Light 21                        LT EXT                11367   34/10
         9510          Bayou Dupre Daybeacon 2                     TRUB                  11364   14/10
         11065         Mississippi River - Gulf Outlet Light 118   TRLB                  11364   13/10
         12350         BAPTISTE COLLETTE BAYOU                     TRLB                  11353   34/10
                       ENTRANCE LIGHT
         12365         Baptiste Collette Bayou Light 3             TRLB                  11353   26/10
         12375         Baptiste Collette Bayou Light 5             TRLB                  11353   34/10
         12380         Baptiste Collette Bayou Light 6             TRLB                  11353   27/10
         12390         Baptiste Collette Bayou Daybeacon 8         TRUB                  11353   27/10
         12450         Baptiste Collette Bayou Daybeacon 21        TRUB                  11353   30/10
         12555         South Pass Light 4                          DBN IMCH              11361   31/10
         12570         South Pass Light 5                          TRLB                  11361   03/10
         12627         South Pass Light 16                         TRLB                  11361   47/09
         12677         Southwest Pass Leading Light                TRLB                  11361   18/10
         12775         Southwest Pass Light 16                     TRLB                  11361   24/10
         12785         Southwest Pass Light 18                     REDUCED INT           11361   27/10
         12840         Scotts Canal Light 23                       REDUCED INT           11361   24/10
         13252         Davant Anchorage Lower Daybeacon            STRUCT MISSING        11364   18/09
                       52.8
         13255         Deer Range Light 55                         REDUCED INT           11364   37/08
         13427         Belle Chasse Anchorage Lower                DBN IMCH              11364   18/09
                       Daybeacon 73.1
         13870         Mississippi River Wreck Lighted Buoy        OFF STA               11370   12/10
                       WR4
         13970         Hahnville Bar Lighted Buoy WR1              MISSING               11370   30/10
         14180         Gramercy Bridge Approach Buoy 1             MISSING               11370   22/09
         14185         Gramercy Bridge Approach Buoy 3             MISSING               11370   22/09
         14190         Gramercy Bridge Approach Buoy 5             MISSING               11370   22/09
         14400         Sunshine Bridge Approach Buoy C             MISSING               11370   28/09
         14450         Rateau Light 173A                           REDUCED INT           11370   33/10
         14620         Bayou Goula E Range Rear Light              LT IMCH/REDUCED INT   11370   37/08
         14850         Arlington Range Rear Light                  LT EXT                11370   07/10
         14862         Lower Baton Rouge Anchorage Lower           DBN DEST              11370   10/10
                       Daybeacon 228.5
         14940         Tiger Pass Light 2                          TRLB                  11361   15/10
         14995         Tiger Pass Light 13                         TRLB                  11361   06/10
         15040         Tiger Pass Daybeacon 27                     TRUB                  11361   30/10
         15045         Tiger Pass Daybeacon 28                     TRUB                  11361   30/10
         15060         Tiger Pass Daybeacon 31                     TRUB                  11361   30/10




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                          25 August 2010
         15135         Tiger Pass Daybeacon 46                   TRUB          11361   17/09
         15380         Bayou Rigaud Buoy 3                       MISSING       11365   28/10
         15435         Bayou Rigaud Daybeacon 5                  TRUB          11365   03/09
         15440         Bayou Rigaud Light 6                      TRLB          11365   03/09
         15445         Bayou Rigaud Light 7                      TRLB          11365   03/09
         15450         Bayou Rigaud Daybeacon 8                  TRUB          11365   19/09
         15600         Barataria Waterway Entrance Light 1       TRLB          11365   08/10
         15605         Barataria Waterway Entrance Light 2       TRLB          11365   08/10
         15630         Barataria Waterway Daybeacon 4            TRUB          11365   14/10
         15670         Barataria Waterway Light 6                TRLB          11365   14/10
         15685         Barataria Waterway Light 8A               TRLB          11365   14/10
         15690         Barataria Waterway Daybeacon 9            TRUB          11365   14/10
         15695         Barataria Waterway Daybeacon 10           TRUB          11365   26/10
         15705         Barataria Waterway Light 13               TRLB          11365   14/10
         15720         Barataria Waterway Daybeacon 16           TRUB          11365   28/10
         15730         Barataria Waterway Light 18               TRLB          11365   44/09
         15740         Barataria Waterway Light 20               TRLB          11365   44/09
         15825         Barataria Waterway Daybeacon 29           TRUB          11365   14/10
         15865         Barataria Waterway Light 36               TRLB          11365   14/10
         15870         Barataria Waterway Daybeacon 37           TRUB          11365   14/10
         15895         Barataria Waterway Buoy 42                OFF STA       11365   31/10
         15905         Barataria Waterway Light 44               TRLB          11365   26/10
         15910         Barataria Waterway Daybeacon 46           TRUB          11365   26/10
         15915         Barataria Waterway Daybeacon 47           TRUB          11365   26/10
         15920         Barataria Waterway Buoy 48                OFF STA       11365   31/10
         15965         Dupre Cut Daybeacon 6                     TRUB          11365   31/10
         15985         Bayou Rigolettes Light 1                  TRLB          11367   36/09
         16075         Bayou St. Denis Daybeacon 2               TRUB          11365   22/10
         16085         Bayou St. Denis Light 3                   TRLB          11365   29/10
         16515         Belle Pass Entrance Lighted Bell Buoy 2   MISSING       11365   33/10
         16540         Belle Pass West Jetty Light 3             TRLB          11346   37/08
         16547         Belle Pass East Jetty Light 4             TRLB          11356   37/08
         16550         Belle Pass Entrance Light 6               TRLB          11365   46/09
         16555         Belle Pass Entrance Light 8               TRLB          11365   46/09
         16696.31      Timbalier - Terrebonne Bay Light 31       TRLB          11357   22/10
         16696.4       Timbalier - Terrebonne Bay Light 40       TRLB          11357   26/10
         17320         Houma Navigation Canal Light 24           TRLB          11355   24/10
         17385         Caillou Boca Entrance Light 2             TRLB          11357   26/09
         17520         Bayou Grand Caillou Daybeacon 24          TRUB          11356   05/10
         17625         Bayou Grand Caillou Daybeacon 54          TRUB          11357   05/10
         17995         Atchafalaya Channel Light 23              TRLB          11351   28/10
         18010         Atchafalaya Channel Light 27              TRLB          11351   12/10
         18040         Atchafalaya Channel Light 34              TRLB          11351   23/10
         18295         Avoca Island Cutoff Channel Daybeacon TRUB              11351   23/10
                       4
         19845         Bayou Petit Anse Daybeacon 11         TRUB              11345   30/10
         19985         Freshwater Bayou Light 10                 REDUCED INT   11350   22/10
         20185         Mermentau River Crossing Junction Light TRLB            11348   11/10
                       A
         20650         Calcasieu Channel Light 52              TRLB            11347   52/09
         20695         Calcasieu Channel C Range Front Light     LT EXT        11347   32/10
         20750         Calcasieu Channel Light 66                TRLB          11347   22/10
         20767         Calcasieu Channel Light 70                TRLB          11347   33/10
         20770         Calcasieu Channel Light 71                TRLB          11347   23/10
         20825         Calcasieu Channel Light 82                TRLB          11347   13/10
         20830         Calcasieu Channel Light 83                TRLB          11347   31/10




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                               25 August 2010
         20875         Calcasieu Channel Light 87              TRLB                      11348   22/10
         20890         Calcasieu Channel Light 90              TRLB                      11347   51/09
         20895         Calcasieu Channel Light 91              TRLB                      11348   07/10
         20901         Devils Elbow Light 1                    TRLB                      11348   18/10
         20905         Devils Elbow Junction Light             TRLB                      11348   18/10
         20968         Calcasieu River Light 102               TRLB                      11347   47/09
         20985         Calcasieu River Light 104               REDUCED INT               11347   27/10
         21005         Calcasieu River Light 106               REDUCED INT               11347   27/10
         21007         Calcasieu River Light 108               REDUCED INT               11347   20/10
         21243         Calcasieu River Light 122               TRLB                      11347   03/10
         21265         Calcasieu River Daybeacon 128           TRUB                      11347   16/10
         21345         Sabine Bank Channel Lighted Buoy 7      SINKING                   11332   33/10
         21760         Port Arthur Canal Light 40              TRLB                      11342   24/10
         22065         Sabine River Light 2                    TRLB                      11331   28/10
         22203.01      Old River Obstruction Light 2A          TRLB                      11331   33/10
         22625         Galveston Bay Entrance Channel          LT EXT                    11324   34/10
                       Lighted Buoy 4
         22732         Galveston Anchorage Lighted Buoy C      OFF STA                   11324   33/10
         22985         Houston Ship Channel Light 44           TRLB                      11327   32/10
         22995         Houston Ship Channel Light 46           TRLB                      11327   33/10
         23016.01      Trinity River Channel Light 1           TRLB                      11326   31/10
         23016.04      Trinity River Channel Daybeacon 4       TRUB                      11326   31/10
         23016.05      Trinity River Channel Daybeacon 5       TRUB                      11326   31/10
         23025         Houston Ship Channel Light 52           LT EXT                    11327   34/10
         23145         Houston Ship Channel Light 63           TRLB                      11327   33/10
         23155         Houston Ship Channel Light 65           TRLB                      11327   33/10
         23265         Bayport Ship Channel Light 3            REDUCED INT               11327   34/10
         23335         Houston Ship Channel Light 86           TRLB                      11327   34/10
         23352         Houston Ship Channel Light 90A          TRLB                      11328   33/10
         23525         Barbours Cut Junction Light BC          STRUCT MISSING            11328   32/10
         23530         Houston Ship Channel Light 93           TRLB                      11328   32/10
         23830         Lower Red Light Bend Inbound Range      LT EXT                    11328   24/10
                       Rear Light
         24015         Upper Red Light Bend Outbound Range     LT EXT                    11329   27/10
                       Front Light
         24164         Houston Ship Channel Light 117          TRLB                      11329   33/10
         24195         Houston Ship Channel Light 120          TRLB                      11329   34/10
         24280         Lynchburg Inbound Range Rear Light      STRUCT MISSING            11329   33/10
         24285         Lynchburg Outbound Range Front Light    REDUCED INT               11329   16/10
         24565         Double Bayou Channel Light 10           TRLB                      11326   31/10
         24590         Double Bayou Channel Daybeacon 15       TRUB                      11326   31/10
         24610         Anahuac Channel Light 3                 TRLB                      11326   31/10
         24620         Anahuac Channel Light 5                 TRLB                      11326   31/10
         24655         Anahuac Channel Light 18                TRLB                      11326   31/10
         24915         Dickinson Bayou Channel Daybeacon 5     STRUCT MISSING            11327   33/10
         25610         Freeport Entrance Lighted Buoy 4        LT EXT                    11322   33/10
         25790         Colorado River Entrance Channel Light 3 TRLB                      11319   40/09
         25945         Matagorda Ship Channel Approach         LT EXT                    11316   34/10
                       Lighted Buoy MSC
         25950         Matagorda Ship Channel Entrance Light   REDUCED INT               11319   17/08
         26005         Matagorda Ship Channel Light 11         REDUCED INT/STRUCT DMGD   11317   52/09
         26980         Aransas Pass Entrance Lighted Buoy AP   LT EXT                    11307   18/10
         28695         St. George Sound Light 6                DBN IMCH                  11404   27/10
         28705         St. George Sound Daybeacon 10           TRUB/DBN DEST             11404   27/10
         28750         St. George Sound Light 20               LT EXT                    11404   27/10
         28765         St. George Sound Light 24               LT EXT                    11404   29/10
         28795         St. George Sound Daybeacon 26           DBN DEST                  11404   27/10



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                          25 August 2010
         28940         Apalachicola Bay Light 64                 STRUCT MISSING   11404   27/10
         28980         Apalachicola Bay Light 76                 TRUB             11402   13/10
         29190         Jackson River Light 2                     LT EXT           11402   26/10
         29215         Jackson River Light 9                     LT EXT           11402   26/10
         29520         East Bay Daybeacon 12                     STRUCT MISSING   11393   33/10
         29525         East Bay Daybeacon 13                     DBN DEST         11393   26/10
         29960         West Bay Light 26                         TRLB             11385   32/10
         31185         Santa Rosa Sound Buoy 83                  OFF STA          11385   34/10
         31570         Pensacola Bay Navy Range Front Light      STRUCT DMGD      11384   04/10
         32649         Pass Aux Herons Daybeacon 37A             TRUB             11374   46/09
         32725         Belle Fontaine Light 6                    TRLB             11374   27/09
         32765         Gulfport Ship Channel Light 43            TRLB             11372   15/10
         32770         Cat Island Light 2                        TRLB             11372   26/10
         32780         Marianne Channel Light 5                  TRLB             11372   21/10
         32800         Marianne Channel Light 8                  TRLB             11372   26/10
         32921         Pass Marianne Daybeacon 12                STRUCT MISSING   11372   15/10
         32926         Pass Marianne Daybeacon 13                STRUCT MISSING   11372   15/10
         32947         Grand Island Channel Daybeacon 3          TRUB             11372   25/10
         32959         Grand Island Channel Daybeacon 7          TRUB             11372   25/10
         32979         Grand Island Channel Daybeacon 13         TRUB             11367   25/10
         32990         Grand Island Channel Light 15             TRLB             11367   25/10
         33020         Lake Borgne Light 11                      TRLB             11367   23/10
         33050         Lake Borgne Daybeacon 16                  TRUB             11367   28/10
         33055         Lake Borgne Daybeacon 18                  TRUB             11367   16/10
         33070         Lake Borgne Light 21                      TRLB             11367   16/10
         33340         Bayou Perot Entrance Crossing             TRUB             11367   05/10
                       Daybeacon 2
         33355         Delta Farms Buoy 3                        MISSING          11355   33/10
         33445         Bayou Cocodrie Daybeacon 2                TRUB             11355   30/10
         33512         Morgan City-Port Allen Alternate Route    TRUB             11355   15/10
                       Daybeacon 12
         33522         Morgan City-Port Allen Alternate Route    TRUB             11355   23/10
                       Daybeacon 14
         33675         Mermentau River Crossing Junction Light   TRLB             11348   11/10
                       A
         33722.2       Gibbstown Daybeacon 2                     TRUB             11348   17/10
         33730         Sweet Lake Daybeacon 4                    TRUB             11348   17/10
         33735         Sweet Lake Daybeacon 6                    TRUB             11348   17/10
         33745         Devils Elbow Junction Light               TRLB             11348   18/10
         33748         Devils Elbow Light 1                      TRLB             11348   18/10
         33765         Calcasieu Channel Light 91                TRLB             11348   07/10
         33860         Sabine River Light 2                      TRLB             11331   28/10
         34195         Rollover Bay Light 14                     TRLB             11331   27/10
         34200         Bolivar Peninsula Daybeacon 2             TRUB             11324   29/10
         34233         Bolivar Peninsula Light 14                TRLB             11324   26/10
         34265         Bolivar Peninsula Lighted Buoy 20         OFF STA          11324   34/10
         34290         Galveston-Freeport Cutoff Channel         TRLB             11324   25/10
                       Light 7
         34575         Galveston-Freeport Buoy 19                MISSING          11324   24/10
         35090         Chocolate Bay A Range Front Light         MISSING          11322   41/08
         35095         Chocolate Bay A Range Rear Light          MISSING          11322   48/08
         35400         Chocolate Bay B Range Rear Light          STRUCT MISSING   11322   26/10
         35425         Oyster Lake Daybeacon 5                   DBN DEST         11322   33/10
         35596.45      Matagorda Bay - Alternate Route           TRUB             11319   33/10
                       Daybeacon 6A
         36985         Aransas Bay Light 43                      TRLB             11314   27/10
         39890         Land Cut-Arroyo Colorado Daybeacon        TRUB             11303   31/10
                       191




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                   25 August 2010
         39950         Land Cut-Arroyo Colorado Buoy            OFF STA               11303                34/10
                       205A
         40165         Harlingen-Port Isabel Buoy 15            OFF STA               11303                32/10
         40190         Harlingen-Port Isabel Light 25           LT EXT                11303                32/10
         40335         Harlingen-Port Isabel Light 83           TRLB                  11302                30/10
         40337         Harlingen-Port Isabel Daybeacon 84       TRUB                  11303                30/10
         40340         Harlingen-Port Isabel Buoy 85            MISSING               11303                32/10
         40345         Harlingen-Port Isabel Buoy 87            MISSING               11302                32/10
         40357         Harlingen-Port Isabel Daybeacon 92       TRUB                  11302                30/10
         40395         Harlingen-Port Isabel Light 107          LT EXT                11302                32/10
         40510         Port Isabel Small Boat Harbor Channel    TRUB                  11302                13/08
                       Daybeacon 8
         40530         Port Isabel Small Boat Harbor Channel    TRUB                  11302                15/09
                       Daybeacon 13
         40540         Port Isabel Small Boat Harbor Channel    TRUB                  11302                14/09
                       Daybeacon 15


  DISCREPANCIES (FEDERAL AIDS) CORRECTED

         LLNR          Aid Name                                 Status              Chart No.   BNM Ref.   LNM St   LNM End
         4215          Fair Point Light 2                       REBUILT/RECOVERED     11383                29/10    34/10
         4365          Bayou Chico Light 5                      REBUILT/REMAINS       11383                23/10    34/10
         4370          Bayou Chico Daybeacon 6                  REBUILT/REMAINS       11383                33/10    34/10
         4905          Bayou St John Daybeacon 11               REBUILT/REMAINS       11378                24/10    34/10
         5400          Mobile Channel Light 73                  RELIGHTED             11376                34/10    34/10
         6810.6        Horn Island Pass Lighted Buoy 6          RELIGHTED             11375                33/10    34/10
         8495          Gulfport Ship Channel Lighted Buoy 22    RELIGHTED             11372                33/10    34/10
         10010         Bayou Castine Light 2                    RELIGHTED             11369                33/10    34/10
         13345         Myrtle Grove Light 59                    WATCHING PROPERLY     11374                33/10    34/10
         14525         Gem Light 180A                           RELIGHTED             11370                33/10    34/10
         14740         Old Hermitage Range Front Light          WATCHING PROPERLY     11370                33/10    34/10
         14745         Old Hermitage Range Rear Light           WATCHING PROPERLY     11370                33/10    34/10
         19490         Southwest Pass - Vermilion Bay Channel   RELIGHTED             11349                33/10    34/10
                       Light 10
         19505         Southwest Pass - Vermilion Bay Channel   RELIGHTED             11349                33/10    34/10
                       Light 17
         22850         Houston Ship Channel Entrance Inner      RELIGHTED             11324                33/10    34/10
                       Range Front Light
         22950         Lower Galveston Bay Inner Range Front    RELIGHTED             11327                33/10    34/10
                       Light
         22965         Houston Ship Channel Light 40            WATCHING PROPERLY     11324                33/10    34/10
         23045         Upper Galveston Bay Outer Range Rear     WATCHING PROPERLY     11327                33/10    34/10
                       Light
         23852         Houston Ship Channel Light 102A          RELIGHTED             11328                33/10    34/10
         24410         Houston Ship Channel Light 128           RELIGHTED             11329                34/10    34/10
         24497         Houston Ship Channel Light 149           WATCHING PROPERLY     11325                29/10    34/10
         24735         Texas City Channel Light 5               RELIGHTED             11324                34/10    34/10
         24835         Texas City Connection Channel Buoy 1     WATCHING PROPERLY     11324                33/10    34/10
         28155         Brazos Santiago Entrance Range Rear      RELIGHTED             11302                34/10    34/10
                       Light
         29970         West Bay Buoy 28                         RESET ON STATION      11385                33/10    34/10
         29980         West Bay Buoy 30                         WATCHING PROPERLY     11385                34/10    34/10
         31685         Pensacola-Mobile Light 7                 REBUILT/RECOVERED     11378                33/10    34/10
         31765         Pensacola-Mobile Light 25                REBUILT/RECOVERED     11378                31/10    34/10
         31920         Pensacola-Mobile Daybeacon 50            REBUILT/REMAINS       11378                32/10    34/10
         31930         Pensacola-Mobile Daybeacon 52            REBUILT/REMAINS       11378                32/10    34/10
         32005         Pensacola-Mobile Light 68                REBUILT/REMAINS       11378                27/10    34/10
         33240         Hero Cut Obstruction Light A             RELIGHTED             11367                34/10    34/10
         34310         Galveston-Freeport Cutoff Channel        WATCHING PROPERLY     11324                33/10    34/10
                       Buoy 12



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                    25 August 2010
         37265         Aransas-Corpus Christi Bay Cutoff       RESET ON STATION     11309                33/10    34/10
                       Channel Buoy 37
         37270         Aransas-Corpus Christi Bay Cutoff       RESET ON STATION     11314                33/10    34/10
                       Channel Buoy 38
         39815         Land Cut-Arroyo Colorado Buoy 173       WATCHING PROPERLY    11303                34/10    34/10


  DISCREPANCIES (PRIVATE AIDS)

         LLNR          Aid Name                                Status              Chart No. BNM Ref.    LNM St   LNM End
         203           Texaco-VK-786A-A Racon                  RAC INOP              1115 0730-09 MO     32/09
         280           Seneca-111-1 Lighted Buoy               SS INOP               1115   0126-09 MO   08/09
         299           Magnum Hunter-101-15 (Lighted Buoy)     OFF STA              11366   1463-09 NO   40/09
         310           Union-213-6 (RACON)                     LT EXT               11373                24/08
         325           Usm Research Lighted Buoy A             ADRIFT               11373                37/05
         402           Energy XXI-102-10 (Lighted Horn Buoy)   BUOY DMGD/SS INOP    11361   0964-09 NO   08/09
         482           Shell-138-13 RACON                      ADRIFT               11340   0296-01 NO   10/01
         491           EXXON-131-4 Lighted Buoy                LT EXT               11358                16/08
         513.4         Fr-La-27 Articulated Beacon E           MISSING              11358                01/10
         625           Chevron-205-4 Lighted Buoy              LT EXT               11358   0497-10      17/10
         625           Chevron-205-4 Lighted Buoy              LT EXT/SS INOP       11358   1575-09 NO   44/09
         813           Forest-112-23 Lighted Buoy              LT EXT                1116   0297-03 D8   27/03
         825           Texaco-GC-6-A RACON                     LT EXT/SS INOP        1116                04/08
         890           Remington-104-3 Lighted Buoy            MISSING               1116                42/08
         1057          Texas A&M Current Meter Lighted Buoy    ADRIFT                1116                38/08
                       V
         1102          Energy Resource-106-12 Lighted Buoy     LT EXT                1116                40/08
         1327          Texas A&M Lighted Buoy K                OFF STA              11300   0401-8CC     26/08
         1363          Texas A&M Lighted Buoy A                MISSING              11312   0170-08      29/08
         1735          Shell Point Marina Light 2              LT IMCH              11405                48/08
         1740          Shell Point Channel Daybeacon 1         DBN IMCH             11405                48/08
         1825          Junction Channel Daybeacon 2            OFF STA              11405                20/08
         3167          Mexico Beach Canal Entrance Light 1     LT EXT/DBN IMCH      11393                29/08
         3167.02       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance Light 2     MISSING              11393                29/08
         3167.04       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance Light 3     LT EXT/DBN IMCH      11393                29/08
         3167.06       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance Light 4     LT EXT/DBN IMCH      11393                29/08
         3167.08       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance Light 5     LT EXT/DBN IMCH      11393                29/08
         3167.1        Mexico Beach Canal Entrance Light 6     LT EXT/DBN IMCH      11393                29/08
         3167.12       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance             DBN IMCH             11393                29/08
                       Daybeacon 7
         3167.14       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance             DBN IMCH             11393                29/08
                       Daybeacon 8
         3167.16       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance Light 9     LT EXT/DBN IMCH      11393                29/08
         3167.18       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance Light 10    LT EXT/DBN IMCH      11393                29/08
         3167.2        Mexico Beach Canal Entrance             DBN IMCH             11393                29/08
                       Daybeacon 11
         3167.22       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance             DBN IMCH             11393                29/08
                       Daybeacon 12
         3167.24       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance Light 13    LT EXT/DBN IMCH      11393                29/08
         3167.26       Mexico Beach Canal Entrance Light 14    LT EXT/DBN IMCH      11393                29/08
         3312          Gulf Power Electrical Tower Danger Light LT EXT              11391                11/09
         3312.1        Gulf Power Electrical Tower Danger      LT EXT               11391   0633-08-MO   31/08
                       Lights(2)
         3312.2        Gulf Power Electrical Tower Danger      LT EXT               11391                52/08
                       Lights (2)
         3471          Gulf Power Company Structure Light A    LT EXT               11390                04/09
         3471.1        Gulf Power Company Structure Light B    LT EXT               11390                04/09
         3499          Upper Goose Bayou Channel Daybeacon STRUCT DEST              11390                39/09
                       1
         3515          Panama City Airport Approach Light  LT EXT                   11389                14/09




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                 25 August 2010
         3706          West Grand Lagoon Channel Daybeacon     HAZ NAV             11391                26/09
                       6
         3709          West Grand Lagoon Channel Daybeacon     OFF STA             11391                08/08
                       9
         3728          West Grand Lagoon Channel Daybeacon     DBN DEST            11391   0282-07 MO   16/07
                       14
         3729          West Grand Lagoon Channel Daybeacon     HAZ NAV/DBN DEST    11391   0283-07 MO   16/07
                       15
         3748.1        West Grand Lagoon Channel Daybeacon     HAZ NAV/DBN DMGD    11391                21/08
                       22
         4923          Ono Island Jetty Light East             LT EXT              11378                20/09
         5395          Mobile Airport Approach Lights(4)       LT EXT              11376                06/08
         5820          Grand Hotel Yacht Basin Daybeacon       STRUCT MISSING                           34/10
                       8
         5975          Blakeley River Daybeacon 10             MISSING             11376   0596-05 MO   25/05
         7493          Round Island Breakwater Obstruction     LT EXT              11375   1019-09 MO   49/09
                       Lights (3)
         7512.4        Deer Island Breakwater Lighted Danger   MISSING                     0128-08      23/08
                       Buoy
         7660          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 4         DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7665          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 6         DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7670          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 8         DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7675          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 10        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7680          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 12        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7685          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 13        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7690          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 14        DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7695          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 16        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7700          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 17A       DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7705          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 17B       DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7710          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 18        DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7715          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 20        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7720          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 22        DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7725          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 23        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7730          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 24        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7735          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 26        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7740          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 27        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7745          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 28        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7750          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 29        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7755          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 30        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7760          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 32        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7765          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 33        DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7770          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 34        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7775          Davis Bayou Channel Daybeacon 36        DBN IMCH            11372                21/08
         7945          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 4      DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7950          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 5      DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7955          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 6      DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7960          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 7      DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7965          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 8      DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7970          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 9      Status Unreported   11372                21/08
         7975          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 10     DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7980          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 12     DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7985          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 13     DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         7995          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 16     DBN DMGD            11372                21/08
         8000          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 18     DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         8005          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 20     DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         8010          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 21     Status Unreported   11372                21/08
         8035          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 29     DBN DEST            11372                21/08
         8040          Old Fort Bayou Channel Daybeacon 30     DBN DEST            11372                21/08




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                 25 August 2010
         8105          Mississippi Power Electrical Tower          TRUB                               17/06
                       Crossing Light
         9079.07       Mississippi Gulf Fishing Banks Breakwater   LT EXT        11372                24/08
                       Light A
         9530          Mortello Castle Oyster Reef Daybeacons      MISSING       11364   0636-00 NO   28/00
                       (6)
         10505         Cal-Ky Pipeline Light Cp4A                  LT EXT        11363                05/09
         10510         Cal-Ky Pipeline Light Cp4                   LT EXT        11363                05/09
         10525         Cal-Ky Pipeline Light Cp3A                  LT EXT        11363                05/09
         11500         California Bay Pipeline Light Cp3           LT EXT                             05/09
         11965         Fucich Bayou Entrance Channel               MISSING       11364   0134-07 D8   18/07
                       Daybeacon 2
         11970         Fucich Bayou Entrance Channel               MISSING               0134-07 D8   18/07
                       Daybeacon 4
         11990         Fucich Bayou Entrance Channel               MISSING               0134-07 D8   18/07
                       Daybeacon 6
         12000         Fucich Bayou Entrance Channel               MISSING               0134-07 D8   18/07
                       Daybeacon 7
         12005         Fucich Bayou Entrance Channel               MISSING               0134-07 D8   18/07
                       Daybeacon 8
         12010         Fucich Bayou Entrance Channel               MISSING               0134-07 D8   18/07
                       Daybeacon 10
         12015         Fucich Bayou Entrance Channel               MISSING               0134-07 D8   18/07
                       Daybeacon 12
         12030         Fucich Bayou Entrance Channel               MISSING               0134-07 D8   18/07
                       Daybeacon 14
         12590         Texaco South Pass Boat Dock Light           LT EXT        11361   1397-04 NO   43/04
         12597         Southern Natural Gas South Pass Dock A LT IMCH            11361   1397-04 NO   43/04
                       Light
         12598         Southern Natural Gas South Pass Dock B LT EXT             11361   1397-04 NO   43/04
                       Light
         12790         Southwest Pass Landing Light           MISSING            11361   1200-02 NO   36/02
         12795         Chevron Pier Light                          LT EXT        11361                44/04
         12825         Shell Terminal Loading Dock Lights (2)      LT EXT        11361                44/04
         12850         Scotts Canal Landing Light                  LT EXT        11361                44/04
         13060         Boothville Water Intake Light               LT EXT        11364   0101-06 NO   05/06
         13240         Rock Island Dock Lights (2)                 MISSING       11364   0801-00 NO   33/00
         13385         Louisiana Power & Light Submerged           LT EXT        11364   0962-10      31/10
                       Cable Lights (2)
         13390         Louisiana Power & Light Submerged           LT EXT        11364   0962-10 NO   31/10
                       Cable Lights (2)
         13395         British Petroleum Refinery Dock Lights      REDUCED INT   11364   0610-07 NO   21/07
                       (3)
         13435         Red Star Yeast Wharf Lights (2)             LT EXT        11364   1263-02 NO   37/02
         13450         Amax Metals Company Dock Lights (2)         LT EXT        11364                35/09
         13455         Amax Metals Company Dock Light              LT EXT        11364                35/09
         13495         Shell Intake Dolphin Light 3                LT EXT        11364   0610-07 NO   21/07
         13830         Lasalle Landing Barge Dock Lights (2)       LT EXT        11370   0611-07 NO   20/07
         13925         Tulane Fleeting Lower Lighted Mooring       LT EXT        11370   0611-07 NO   20/07
                       Buoy
         13930         Tulane Fleeting Upper Lighted Mooring       LT EXT        11370   0611-07 NO   20/07
                       Buoy
         14052         CGB Marine Services Lighted Mooring         LT EXT        11369   1087-08 NO   28/08
                       Buoy A
         14053         CGB Marine Services Lighted Mooring         LT EXT        11369   1087-08 NO   28/08
                       Buoy B
         14077         Capital Marine Lighted Mooring Buoy B       LT DIM        11370   1193-01 NO   37/01
         14355         Shell Oil Loading Platform Light            MISSING       11370   0801-00 NO   33/00
         14660         Willow Glenn Wharf Lights (5)               LT EXT        11370   0915-01 NO   28/01
         15555         Lake Five Channel Daybeacon 4               MISSING               1058-10      34/10
         15940         Barataria Waterway Pipeline Light 1         MISSING       11352   0750-03 NO   25/03
         15977         Bayou Dupont Canal Weir Light 2             MISSING       11367                29/05




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                               25 August 2010
         15977.04      Bayou Dupont Canal Weir Danger Buoys      MISSING             11368                38/08
                       (2)
         16890         Little Lake Buoy 39                       MISSING                     0169-07 D8   21/07
         17260         Houma Navigation Canal Pipeline Light B   MISSING             11357                20/09
         17265         Houma Navigation Canal Pipeline Light A   MISSING             11357                20/09
         17687         Lake Mechant Pipeline Light               MISSING             11356   0763-00 NO   31/00
         17987         ACOE Test Platform B Light                MISSING/LT EXT      11351                03/09
         17997         ACOE Test Platform C Light                MISSING/LT EXT      11351                03/09
         18012         ACOE Test Platform D Light                MISSING/LT EXT      11351                03/09
         18014         ACOE Test Platform E Light                MISSING/LT EXT      11351                03/09
         18400         Vector Energy Co. Loading Dock Light      LT EXT              11351                47/09
         19590.1       Shell Daybeacon 2                         MISSING             11349                41/08
         19590.7       Shell Daybeacon 8                         MSLD SIG/DBN DMGD   11349   1181-00 NO   45/00
         19925         Boston Bayou Channel Light 7              DBN DEST            11350   1431-04 NO   43/04
         20065         Roundlake Canal Barracade Light 1         LT IMCH             11348   0729-03 GA   28/03
         20070         Roundlake Canal Barracade Light 2         LT EXT/DBN DEST     11348   0730-03 GA   28/03
         20247         Warren Petroleum Pile Light               LT IMCH             11348   0858-04 ga   23/04
         21604.01      Chevron Sabine Facility Channel Danger    MISSING             11342                40/08
                       Buoy A
         21604.02      Chevron Sabine Facility Channel Danger    MISSING             11342                40/08
                       Buoy B
         21606         Chevron Sabine Facility Channel Danger    MISSING             11342                40/08
                       Buoy C
         21622         Chevron Sabine Facility Channel Danger    MISSING             11342                40/08
                       Buoy D
         21632         Chevron Sabine Facility Channel Danger    MISSING             11342                40/08
                       Buoy E
         21647         Chevron Sabine Facility Channel Danger    MISSING             11342                40/08
                       Buoy F
         22245         Orange County Pier Light 6                LT IMCH             11331                04/09
         22325         Fina Wharf Light 5                        MISSING             11343   0686-03 GA   28/03
         22375         Absorption Plant Wharf Lights (2)         LT EXT              11343                19/10
         23580         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 1        MISSING             11328                40/08
         23585         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 2        DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
         23590         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 3        MISSING                                  40/08
         23595         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 4        DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
         23600         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 5        DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
         23615         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 8        DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
         23620         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 9        DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
         23625         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 10       DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
         23635         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 12       DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
         23645         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 1
         23650         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 2
         23660         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 4
         23670         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 6
         23675         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 7
         23680         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 8
         23685         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 9
         23695         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 11
         23700         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 12
         23710         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD            11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 14




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                  25 August 2010
         23715         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD                              40/08
                       Daybeacon 15
         23730         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD         11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 18
         23740         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD         11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 20
         23745         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD         11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 21
         23755         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD         11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 23
         23765         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD         11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 25
         23775         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD         11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 27
         23785         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               DBN DMGD         11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 29
         23790         Baytown Goose Creek Channel               MISSING          11328                40/08
                       Daybeacon 30
         23795         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 14       LT IMCH          11328                40/08
         23800         Baytown Marina Channel Daybeacon 15       DBN DMGD         11328                40/08
         24455         Houston Fuel Oil Terminal Upper Dolphin   LT IMCH          11325   0861-06 GA   33/06
                       Light
         24472         R & H Inc. Outfall Lighted Buoy           LT EXT           11325   0661-10 GA   29/10
         24525         Sims Bayou Dock Lights (2)                LT EXT           11325   0864-06 GA   33/06
         24675         Red Bayou Channel Daybeacon 2             DBN DMGD         11326                40/08
         24680         Red Bayou Channel Daybeacon 4             DBN DMGD         11326                40/08
         24685         Red Bayou Channel Daybeacon 6             DBN DMGD         11326                40/08
         24690         Red Bayou Channel Daybeacon 8             DBN DMGD         11326                40/08
         24695         Red Bayou Channel Daybeacon 10            DBN DMGD         11326                40/08
         25180         Lakewood Yacht Club Channel               MISSING          11326                44/08
                       Daybeacon 7
         25310         Jarboe Bayou Channel Daybeacon 2          DBN DMGD         11326                44/08
         25320         Jarboe Bayou Channel Daybeacon 6          DBN DMGD         11326                44/08
         25325         Jarboe Bayou Channel Daybeacon 8          DBN DMGD         11326                44/08
         25330         Waterford Harbor Channel Junction    DBN DMGD              11326                44/08
                       Light B
         25355         Waterford Harbor Channel Daybeacon 5 DBN DMGD              11326                44/08
         25365         Waterford Harbor Channel Daybeacon 7 MISSING               11326                44/08
         25535         Plantation Channel Light 1                DBN DMGD         11326                44/08
         25540         Plantation Channel Daybeacon 2            DBN DMGD         11326                44/08
         25545         Plantation Channel Daybeacon 3            DBN DMGD         11326                44/08
         25549         Robinson Channel Daybeacon 1              MISSING          11326                44/08
         25549.2       Robinson Channel Daybeacon 3              MISSING          11326                44/08
         25550         Houston Yacht Club Entrance Light 1       MISSING          11326                44/08
         25555         Houston Yacht Club Entrance Light 2       MISSING          11326                44/08
         25560         Houston Yacht Club Range Front Light      MISSING          11327                44/08
         25565         Houston Yacht Club Range Rear Light       MISSING          11326                44/08
         25570         Houston Yacht Club Channel Entrance       MISSING          11327                44/08
                       Light
         26460         Point Comfort Inner Channel Light 4       LT EXT           11317                31/10
         27187.1       Port Aransas Rock Groin Danger Light      MISSING          11312                10/10
         27790         Ingleside Cove Pipeline Marker Light A    MISSING          11309   0472-06 CC   50/06
         27795         Ingleside Cove Pipeline Marker Light B    LT EXT                   0226-09CC    18/09
         27880         Rincon Canal Range Rear Daybeacon         LT EXT           11307   0367-04 CC   23/04
         29712         Gulf Power Electrical Tower Danger Light LT EXT            11391                11/09
         29712.1       Gulf Power Electrical Tower Danger        LT EXT           11391   0633-08-MO   31/08
                       Lights(2)
         29712.2       Gulf Power Electrical Tower Danger        LT EXT           11391                52/08
                       Lights (2)
         30425         Sandestin Beach Channel Daybeacon 15      LT EXT/SS INOP   11385                38/08
         30455         Sandestin Beach Channel Light 21          LT EXT           11385                51/09




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                               25 August 2010
         31520           Little Sabine Bay Daybeacon 6           DBN DMGD                          11378                   20/09
         34085           U.S. Dept. of Energy Raw Water Intake   MISSING/LT EXT                    11331                   44/08
                         Lights (2)
         35013           Jamaica Beach Village Channel Light 1   LT EXT                            11332                   29/09
         35013.1         Jamaica Beach Village Channel Light 2   LT EXT                            11322                   29/09
         35013.2         Jamaica Beach Village Channel           DBN IMCH                          11332                   29/09
                         Daybeacon 3
         35013.3         Jamaica Beach Village Channel           DBN IMCH                          11332                   29/09
                         Daybeacon 4
         35013.4         Jamaica Beach Village Channel           DBN IMCH                          11322                   29/09
                         Daybeacon 5
         35013.5         Jamaica Beach Village Channel           DBN IMCH                          11322                   29/09
                         Daybeacon 6
         35013.6         Jamaica Beach Village Channel           DBN IMCH                          11322                   29/09
                         Daybeacon 7
         35013.7         Jamaica Beach Village Channel           DBN IMCH                          11322                   29/09
                         Daybeacon 8
         35427           Brazoria Wildlife Refuge Wave Barrier   MISSING                           11322     0650-10 GA    29/10
                         Light
         35440           Mobil Basin Entrance Light 2            LT EXT                            11322                   48/08
         37920           Padre Isles North Channel Daybeacon     DBN DMGD                          11308                   27/10
                         18


  DISCREPANCIES (PRIVATE AIDS) CORRECTED

         LLNR            Aid Name                                Status                          Chart No.     BNM Ref.    LNM St    LNM End
         31665           Sherman Cove Marina Daybeacon 7         WATCHING PROPERLY                 11383                   34/10     34/10


  PLATFORM DISCREPANCIES
    Name                                        Status                                Position                  BNM Ref.   LNM St    LNM End

    El Paso-190-4                               SS INOP                      29-23-32.334N 087-57-22.149W 0591-10            32/10
    Callon-102-1                                LT EXT                       30-06-43.000N 088-22-15.000W 0784-00 MO         50/00
    Coastal-106-9(Buoy Waiver)                  MISSING                      29-25-23.347N 088-25-35.389W 0276-08            40/08
    Union-213-56                                SS INOP                      30-06-57.000N 088-26-31.000W 0462-09 NO         24/09
    Beryl-106-1                                 SS INOP                      29-52-59.670N 088-28-07.406W 1049-09 MO         50/09
    Hilcorp-124-2                               SS INOP                      29-55-33.000N 088-28-42.000W 0089-10 MO         07/10
    Beryl-101-1                                 SS INOP                      29-44-03.376N 088-28-54.438W                    29/08
    Maritech-114-1                              SS INOP                      29-37-28.175N 088-34-22.647W 0186-10 NO         07/10
    Noble Energy-102-2                          LT EXT                       29-13-31.496N 088-34-33.853W                    31/10
    Noble Energy-102-3                          LT EXT                       29-13-00.337N 088-34-58.977W                    31/10
    Nippon-100-10                               SS INOP                      29-39-15.941N 088-37-12.344W                    17/09
    Nippon-100-11                               SS INOP                      29-40-04.098N 088-37-43.225W 0519-09NO          17/09
    Maritech-115-1                              SS INOP                      29-46-06.900N 088-42-31.600W 0132-09 MO         09/09
    Bt Operating-101-2                          LT EXT/SS INOP               29-49-22.000N 088-45-48.000W 0415-08            06/08
    Walter-105-10                               LT EXT                       29-06-55.000N 088-46-05.000W                    39/08
    Kerr Mc Gee-131-4                           SS INOP                      29-37-11.000N 088-47-26.000W                    40/08
    Fairways-102-1                              SS INOP                      29-43-05.000N 088-47-45.000W 0772-08            20/08
    Chevron-187-2                               SS INOP                      29-43-05.000N 088-47-48.000W 0398-10 NO         17/10
    Apache-101-32                               SS INOP                      29-17-44.000N 088-50-31.300W                    38/08
    Energy Xxi-102-5(Racon)                     RAC INOP                     29-19-33.840N 088-52-37.390W                    09/09
    Pogo-103-12(Lighted Buoy)(Temp)             LT EXT                       29-16-31.740N 088-55-51.818W 0782-09 NO         23/09
    Chevron-101-29                              LT EXT                       29-22-22.000N 089-00-28.000W 1087-10 NO         34/10
    Walter-107-7                                LT EXT/SS INOP               29-25-04.110N 089-00-48.242W                    38/08
    Novus-100-4                                 SS INOP                      29-18-02.430N 089-02-58.362W 0972-09 NO         27/09
    Novus-100-10                                SS INOP                      29-18-11.494N 089-03-00.294W 1821-09 NO         51/09
    Novus-100-19                                LT EXT/SS INOP               29-17-49.000N 089-03-12.000W 0972-09 NO         27/09
    Novus-100-6                                 SS INOP                      29-18-56.567N 089-03-15.422W 1821-09 NO         51/09




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                   25 August 2010
    Novus-100-3               SS INOP          29-18-24.470N 089-03-24.761W 0972-09      27/09
    Novus-100-12              SS INOP          29-17-54.374N 089-03-32.051W 0235-09 NO   09/09
    Novus-100-15              SS INOP          29-19-03.659N 089-03-36.883W 1821-09 NO   51/09
    Novus-100-21              SS INOP          29-18-38.000N 089-03-55.000W              17/06
    Kerr Mc Gee-127-4         LT EXT/SS INOP   29-34-00.480N 089-09-37.580W              38/08
    Apache-127-1              LT EXT           28-47-42.000N 089-10-36.000W 0117-10 NO   05/10
    Eb3-8342-2                LT EXT           29-25-22.000N 089-10-49.000W 0530-03 D8   47/03
    Amerada Hess-114-10       LT EXT           29-24-38.000N 089-11-58.000W 0098-09 NO   04/09
    Energy Partners-102-259   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-57-57.000N 089-13-27.000W              44/08
    Devon-111-3               LT EXT           29-23-50.000N 089-13-39.000W 0724-04 NO   25/04
    Energy Partners-102-278   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-57-58.000N 089-13-46.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-171   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-41.000N 089-14-01.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-222   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-57-53.000N 089-14-11.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-123   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-44.000N 089-14-14.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-158   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-05.000N 089-14-15.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-159   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-50.000N 089-14-15.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-321   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-31.000N 089-14-15.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-163   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-41.000N 089-14-16.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-207   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-57-53.000N 089-14-16.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-210   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-57-39.000N 089-14-17.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-322   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-57.000N 089-14-20.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-225   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-22.000N 089-14-22.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-223   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-47.000N 089-14-23.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-134   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-31.000N 089-14-30.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-140   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-18.000N 089-14-30.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-144   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-05.000N 089-14-30.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-156   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-41.000N 089-14-31.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-182   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-28.000N 089-14-31.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-290   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-33.000N 089-14-32.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-252   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-45.000N 089-14-33.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-230   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-57-56.000N 089-14-40.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-91    LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-58.000N 089-14-44.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-132   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-19.000N 089-14-45.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-137   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-06.000N 089-14-45.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-141   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-53.000N 089-14-45.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-155   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-06.000N 089-15-00.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-164   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-53.000N 089-15-00.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-301   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-46.000N 089-15-01.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-212   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-57-56.000N 089-15-09.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-217   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-57-44.000N 089-15-09.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-35    LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-45.000N 089-15-13.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-161   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-42.000N 089-15-15.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-299   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-58.000N 089-15-20.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-204   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-37.000N 089-15-21.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-311   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-29.000N 089-15-28.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-34    LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-12.000N 089-15-28.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-148   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-42.000N 089-15-30.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-191   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-29.000N 089-15-30.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-116   LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-16.000N 089-15-33.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-307   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-48.000N 089-15-34.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-189   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-16.000N 089-15-35.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-150   LT EXT           29-00-05.000N 089-15-36.000W 0867005 NO   29/05



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                               25 August 2010
    Energy Partners-102-178   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-40.000N 089-15-36.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-289   LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-05.000N 089-15-38.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-130   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-10.000N 089-15-41.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-63    LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-20.000N 089-15-44.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-142   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-43.000N 089-15-45.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-180   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-29.000N 089-15-45.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-185   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-16.000N 089-15-45.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-249   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-07.000N 089-15-45.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-192   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-03.000N 089-15-46.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-203   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-04.000N 089-15-46.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-224   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-57-46.000N 089-15-47.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-115   LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-17.000N 089-15-48.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-127   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-55.000N 089-15-48.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-213   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-30.000N 089-15-48.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-202   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-17.000N 089-15-53.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-276   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-12.000N 089-15-54.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-20    LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-46.000N 089-15-58.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-89    LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-20.000N 089-15-59.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-194   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-07.000N 089-16-01.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-114   LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-15.000N 089-16-02.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-129   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-55.000N 089-16-03.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-287   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-57.000N 089-16-07.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-19    LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-45.000N 089-16-13.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-53    LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-07.000N 089-16-14.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-100   LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-30.000N 089-16-18.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-96    LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-17.000N 089-16-18.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-133   LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-39.000N 089-16-27.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-87    LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-26.000N 089-16-27.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-325   LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-13.000N 089-16-28.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-88    LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-33.000N 089-16-28.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-119   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-20.000N 089-16-29.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-255   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-40.000N 089-16-36.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-97    LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-26.000N 089-16-42.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-106   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-34.000N 089-16-43.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-109   LT EXT/SS INOP   29-00-39.000N 089-16-57.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-120   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-34.000N 089-16-58.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-167   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-21.000N 089-16-58.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-77    LT EXT           29-01-39.000N 089-17-11.000W 0867005 NO   29/05
    Energy Partners-102-166   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-21.000N 089-17-13.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-170   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-34.000N 089-17-13.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-48    LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-47.000N 089-17-13.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-157   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-34.000N 089-17-28.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-274   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-50.000N 089-17-40.000W              44/08
    Energy Partners-102-121   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-35.000N 089-17-43.000W              44/08
    Gom Shelf- 600-2          LT EXT           28-48-06.000N 089-18-00.000W              37/08
    Energy Partners-102-102   LT EXT/SS INOP   28-59-35.000N 089-18-12.000W              44/08
    Panaco-101-41             LT EXT           29-04-02.890N 089-20-57.160W              39/04
    Exxon-148-2               SS INOP          28-40-11.000N 089-23-37.000W 1913-09 NO   01/10
    Chevron-188-2             LT EXT           28-50-38.000N 089-23-47.000W 1084-10 NO   34/10
    Walter-121-1              LT EXT           28-51-47.000N 089-24-13.000W 0445-09 NO   15/09
    Chevron-188-4             LT EXT           28-50-21.000N 089-24-45.000W 1084-10 NO   34/10
    Ed19-Bld-183              LT EXT           29-14-09.000N 089-25-36.000W 1305-02 NO   38/02



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                               25 August 2010
    Apache-124-5              SS INOP          28-43-11.908N 089-25-50.707W                38/08
    S. Parish-102-7           LT EXT           28-54-23.000N 089-27-02.000W 0200-01 NO     07/01
    Signal-100-0              LT EXT           29-07-26.000N 089-27-10.000W 0719-98 NO     31/98
    Texaco-186-2 (RACON)      RAC INOP         28-50-01.000N 089-27-10.000W 1025-10 NO     33/10
    Davis Fuels-101-2         LT EXT           29-08-58.000N 089-29-02.000W 0853-97 NO     35/97
    Noble Energy-109-1        SS INOP          28-59-57.700N 089-29-21.100W                37/08
    Eb01-195qq-96             LT EXT           29-34-39.800N 089-29-44.700W                37/08
    MCMORAN-136-2             LT EXT           29-11-15.434N 089-30-33.004W                38/08
    Eb26-195qq-49             LT EXT           29-34-04.200N 089-30-37.500W                37/08
    Marathon-103-5            SS INOP          28-56-54.000N 089-31-06.000W 0231-10 NO     09/10
    Denbury-200-17            LT EXT/SS INOP   29-11-02.000N 089-31-22.000W                38/08
    Denbury-200-12            LT EXT/SS INOP   29-10-53.100N 089-32-02.200W                38/08
    Ea06-5710108-39-Riser     LT EXT           29-18-30.000N 089-32-30.000W                37/08
    Chevron-105-24            LT EXT/SS INOP   29-08-10.958N 089-33-16.506W 1474-08 NO     37/08
    Chevron-105-20            LT EXT/SS INOP   29-07-43.000N 089-34-10.000W 1474-08 NO     37/08
    Chevron-105-19            LT EXT/SS INOP   29-08-24.000N 089-34-45.000W 1474-08 NO     37/08
    Chevron-105-22            LT EXT/SS INOP   29-07-52.000N 089-34-45.000W 1474-08 NO     37/08
    Chevron-105-14            LT EXT/SS INOP   29-09-09.000N 089-35-46.000W                41/08
    Apache-125-5              SS INOP          28-51-04.000N 089-36-04.000W                38/08
    Chevron-105-15            LT EXT/SS INOP   29-07-10.000N 089-36-07.000W 1474-08 NO     37/08
    Chevron-105-2             LT EXT/SS INOP   29-08-50.000N 089-36-25.000W 1474-08 NO     37/08
    Stone Energy-300-4        LT EXT           29-00-44.700N 089-36-35.200W                24/08
    Newfield-119-2            LT EXT           29-10-37.619N 089-37-34.194W                39/08
    Maritech-107-10           LT EXT           29-08-48.000N 089-41-25.000W 1021-01 NO     32/01
    Maritech-107-2            LT EXT           29-07-06.000N 089-41-38.000W 1829-08 NOLA   44/08
    Exxon-131-3               LT EXT           28-56-31.000N 089-42-41.000W 0574-08        16/08
    Ec6-3327-Prod Plfm        LT EXT           30-06-42.000N 089-44-11.000W 1468-01 NO     50/01
    BP Exploration-112-27     LT EXT/SS INOP   28-55-36.000N 089-46-55.000W                38/08
    BP Exploration-112-24     LT EXT           28-57-51.000N 089-47-02.000W 0553-04 NO     19/04
    BP Exploration-112-25     LT EXT/SS INOP   28-57-01.000N 089-47-06.000W                38/08
    BP Exploration-112-23     LT EXT/SS INOP   28-58-14.000N 089-47-52.000W                38/08
    BP Exploration-112-13     LT EXT           28-59-47.000N 089-48-46.400W                38/08
    BP Exploration-112-18     LT EXT           28-58-10.000N 089-49-10.000W                38/08
    BP Exploration-112-21     LT EXT           28-57-08.000N 089-49-19.000W                38/08
    BP Exploration-112-17     LT EXT           28-57-52.000N 089-50-08.000W 0791-07        24/07
    Ocean Energy-112-1        LT EXT/SS INOP   28-45-46.749N 089-51-57.565W                11/06
    El Paso-180-5             LT EXT/SS INOP   29-10-45.800N 089-53-16.500W                47/08
    El Paso-180-4             LT EXT/SS INOP   29-10-48.342N 089-53-43.381W                47/08
    Exxon-112-38              LT EXT/SS INOP   29-10-02.300N 089-54-05.200W 1859-09 NO     51/09
    Apache-122-2              LT EXT           29-02-41.602N 089-56-05.385W                38/08
    BP Exploration-102-21     LT EXT           28-59-56.000N 089-56-16.000W 1266-01 NO     39/01
    BP Exploration-102-6      SS INOP          28-58-25.172N 089-57-14.872W                38/08
    Ec5-6750-2                LT EXT           30-13-34.000N 089-57-23.000W 0377-03 D8     33/03
    Ec5-6750-2 Plfm           LT EXT           30-13-35.000N 089-57-23.000W 0377-03 D8     33/03
    Beryl-100-1               LT EXT           28-43-24.891N 090-00-41.555W 0304-10 NO     11/10
    Newfield-118-1            LT EXT           28-24-19.163N 090-02-29.288W                06/09
    Ea44-5310175-Riser Plfm   LT EXT           29-43-06.000N 090-03-06.000W 0221-02 D8     22/02
    Apache-116-10             LT EXT/SS INOP   28-18-33.416N 090-04-13.952W                39/08
    GOM Shelf-800-6           LT EXT           29-00-21.000N 090-04-24.000W 0460-04 NO     15/04
    Chevron-205-3             SS INOP          28-40-30.000N 090-08-58.000W 1050-10 NO     33/10
    Chevron-104-165           LT EXT/SS INOP   29-06-13.000N 090-09-14.000W                52/08
    Chevron-104-162           LT EXT/SS INOP   29-05-42.000N 090-09-40.000W                46/09



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                 25 August 2010
    Ec5-11982-Production Plfm         LT EXT                     30-04-06.000N 090-09-53.000W 0307-01 D8   42/01
    Chevron-104-179                   SS INOP                    29-03-17.000N 090-10-14.000W 1054-10 NO   33/10
    Energy Partners-100-6             SS INOP                    28-56-14.553N 090-10-52.193W 0554-08      15/08
    W & T Offshore-117-7              LT EXT                     28-29-43.808N 090-12-11.146W 0377-00 NO   16/00
    Energy Partners-100-4             SS INOP                    28-29-00.587N 090-12-55.770W              40/08
    Energy Resource-109-18            LT EXT/SS INOP             28-48-07.000N 090-13-10.000W              39/08
    Energy Resource-109-14            LT EXT/SS INOP             28-48-27.000N 090-13-11.000W              39/08
    Oryx-120-0                        LT EXT                     29-03-32.000N 090-13-34.000W 1201-00 NO   47/00
    Ec5-7325-1 & 1D                   LT EXT                     30-04-31.000N 090-13-48.000W 0307-01 D8   42/01
    Energy Xxi-100-56                 LT EXT                     28-59-35.600N 090-14-41.630W 1750-09 NO   30/75
    Energy Xxi-100-64                                            28-59-30.750N 090-15-00.660W 0245Z-08
                                      OFF STA/HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS IN                                         39/09
    Energy Xxi-100-30                 LT EXT                     28-59-11.650N 090-15-01.410W 0148-04 D8   14/04
    Energy Xxi-100-63                 LT EXT                     28-59-58.840N 090-15-29.440W 1776-09      49/09
    Energy Xxi-100-10                 LT EXT                     29-01-35.676N 090-15-32.511W              37/08
    Energy Xxi-100-46                 LT EXT                     29-00-31.097N 090-15-33.529W              45/09
    Energy Xxi-100-9                  LT EXT/SS INOP             29-00-30.020N 090-16-18.804W              37/08
    Energy Xxi-100-38                 LT EXT                     29-00-59.540N 090-16-41.900W              37/08
    Century Offshore-102-1            LT EXT                     28-42-10.427N 090-22-28.852W 1380-00 NO   50/00
    Anadarko-115-10                   LT EXT                     28-27-13.407N 090-23-00.289W              38/08
    Newfield-106-5                    HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-35-51.000N 090-24-57.000W              40/08
    Remington-400-1                   LT EXT                     28-37-50.842N 090-25-04.048W 1797-07      50/07
    Newfield-106-10                   SS INOP                    28-35-18.507N 090-25-15.372W 0833-09 NO   24/09
    APACHE-118-9                      LT EXT                     28-47-53.100N 090-25-45.100W              38/08
    Trunkline-103-2                   HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-32-26.000N 090-26-08.000W              40/08
    Ee27-188-76 Walkway Lt (Texaco)   LT EXT                     29-06-45.000N 090-26-54.000W 0472-02 D8   46/02
    Houston-120-3                     SS INOP                    28-50-43.679N 090-27-42.150W 0399-09 NO   13/09
    Kerr Mc Gee-126-3                 LT EXT/FS INOP             28-54-29.000N 090-27-57.000W 0846-03 NO   27/03
    Houston-120-2                     SS INOP                    28-50-47.330N 090-28-01.945W 0547-08      15/08
    Kerr Mc Gee-126-9                 LT EXT/FS INOP             28-55-10.000N 090-28-26.000W 0846-03 NO   27/03
    Bois-103-6                        LT EXT                     28-55-57.240N 090-28-55.000W 1258-01 NO   39/01
    Trunkline-103-3                   SS INOP                    28-50-00.000N 090-29-58.000W              12/06
    Ee21-1247-13                      LT EXT                     29-07-42.000N 090-30-52.000W 0502-02 D8   46/02
    El Paso-142-11                    SS INOP                    28-26-00.504N 090-34-00.494W 0821-09 NO   24/09
    Mariner-116-5                     LT EXT                     28-48-35.385N 090-36-50.756W              39/08
    Energy Partners-109-2             LT EXT/SS INOP             28-53-30.810N 090-37-05.733W              41/08
    Pisces-103-1                      LT EXT/SS INOP             28-55-39.109N 090-39-04.304W              37/08
    BP Exploration-108-5              SS INOP                    28-57-20.000N 090-39-59.000W              38/08
    Noble Energy-106-4                OFF STA/HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS IN
                                                                 28-30-24.800N 090-40-46.360W              39/08
    NOBLE ENERGY-106-4                LT EXT                     28-29-29.500N 090-41-49.100W 0585-08      16/08
    Apache-123-18                     LT EXT                     28-56-45.000N 090-42-17.000W              38/08
    Noble Energy-106-5                MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-30-54.000N 090-43-46.000W 0246-08      39/08
    Newfield-103-35                   LT EXT                     28-46-22.546N 090-45-20.898W 0217-01 NO   08/01
    Comstock Offshore-100-69          MISSING                    28-53-29.000N 090-48-31.000W              46/09
    Comstock Offshore-100-16          LT EXT/SS INOP             28-53-39.000N 090-49-03.000W              46/09
    Comstock Offshore-100-68          MISSING                    28-53-10.000N 090-49-44.000W              46/09
    Comstock Offshore-100-67          LT EXT/SS INOP             28-53-33.000N 090-49-50.000W              46/09
    Comstock Offshore-100-56          LT EXT/FS INOP             28-50-13.000N 090-50-31.000W 0862-03 NO   28/03
    Comstock Offshore-100-62          LT EXT/FS INOP             28-50-10.000N 090-50-51.000W 0862-03 NO   28/03
    Comstock Offshore-100-32          MISSING                    28-52-06.000N 090-51-03.000W              46/09
    Comstock Offshore-100-31          MISSING                    28-51-53.000N 090-51-17.000W              46/09
    Kerr Mc Gee-110-28                LT EXT                     28-29-21.000N 090-52-21.000W              40/08
    Kerr Mc Gee-110-7                 LT EXT/SS INOP             28-28-52.000N 090-52-29.000W              40/08



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                 25 August 2010
    Murphy-101-81                  LT EXT/SS INOP             28-39-43.000N 090-52-37.000W              38/08
    Odeco-166-15                   LT EXT/SS INOP             28-40-11.000N 090-52-37.000W              38/08
    Kerr Mc Gee-110-10             SS INOP                    28-28-52.000N 090-53-02.000W              40/08
    Comstock Offshore-100-43       LT EXT/SS INOP             28-48-48.000N 090-53-09.000W              46/09
    SPN-106-3                      LT EXT/SS INOP             28-38-40.122N 090-53-18.491W 0913-08      24/08
    Newfield-110-1                 MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-02-09.000N 090-53-28.000W 0243-08      39/08
    Comstock Offshore-100-11       MISSING                    28-49-28.711N 090-54-04.118W              46/09
    Comstock Offshore-100-33       LT EXT/SS INOP             28-49-40.100N 090-54-21.700W 0862-03 NO   28/03
    Comstock Offshore-100-3        LT EXT/SS INOP             28-48-26.000N 090-54-50.000W              46/09
    Murphy-101-100                 LT EXT/SS INOP             28-39-00.000N 090-55-03.000W              38/08
    Newfield-100-1                 LT EXT                     28-50-30.000N 090-56-48.000W 1576-02 NO   43/02
    Mobil-102-16                   LT EXT                     28-59-19.000N 090-57-50.000W 0754-09 NO   23/09
    El Paso-110-5                  LT EXT/SS INOP             28-17-45.706N 091-00-51.085W              44/08
    Atp-103-3                      LT EXT                     28-02-03.083N 091-01-46.881W 0960-04 NO   33/04
    Spn-106-2                      LT EXT/SS INOP             28-22-16.000N 091-03-50.000W              38/08
    Spn-106-5                      LT EXT/SS INOP             28-22-10.841N 091-05-13.664W              38/08
    Monforte-101-2                 SS INOP                    28-16-28.876N 091-05-33.791W              23/08
    Chevron-113-35                 SS INOP                    28-51-36.000N 091-07-19.000W 0950-09 NO   27/09
    Chevron-113-16                 LT EXT/SS INOP             28-50-39.000N 091-07-32.000W              06/09
    Apache-117-1                   MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-16-42.600N 091-08-08.300W 0243-08      39/08
    Pisces-108-1                   LT EXT                     28-28-21.962N 091-08-45.025W 0956-04 NO   33/04
    Devon-103-1                    LT EXT                     28-14-13.978N 091-09-02.654W 0792-09 NO   23/09
    Maritech-105-4                 SS INOP                    28-20-32.400N 091-11-03.900W 1214-08      31/08
    Newfield-103-39                FS INOP                    28-59-24.178N 091-11-20.838W 0158-04 D8   14/04
    W & T Offshore-113-9           LT EXT/SS INOP             28-44-49.100N 091-12-05.300W              38/08
    Trunkline-103-7                MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-19-25.000N 091-12-16.000W              39/08
    Maritech-105-2                 HAZ NAV                    28-19-53.000N 091-12-18.000W              30/06
    Century-106-7                  MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-41-08.000N 091-12-23.000W 0246-08      39/08
    Century-106-10                 LT EXT                     28-41-07.000N 091-13-44.000W 0103-05 NO   05/05
    Basin-106-3                    LT EXT                     28-55-37.000N 091-18-14.000W              20/10
    Pisces-108-2                   LT EXT/SS INOP             28-43-09.129N 091-19-31.935W              01/06
    Mariner-111-17                 SS INOP                    28-39-01.000N 091-20-10.000W              39/08
    Nexen-100-5                    LT EXT/SS INOP             28-27-54.000N 091-23-25.000W              40/08
    Apache-102-22                  LT EXT                     28-44-57.000N 091-23-45.000W              39/08
    Apache-102-24                  SS INOP                    28-44-39.000N 091-25-13.000W              48/08
    Nexen-100-6                    MISSING/HAZ NAV/SS INOP    28-29-19.000N 091-25-18.000W 0242-08      39/08
    Seneca-109-9                   SS INOP                    28-15-19.040N 091-26-01.295W 0096-09 NO   03/09
    Beryl-102-1                    SS INOP                    28-31-44.305N 091-27-10.562W 0928-08      24/08
    Gryphon-103-1                  LT EXT                     29-07-23.661N 091-27-13.574W 0753-09 NO   23/09
    Devon-112-31                   SS INOP                    28-59-36.407N 091-27-14.236W              29/07
    Devon-112-37                   SS INOP                    28-59-22.000N 091-28-12.000W              29/07
    Devon-112-35                   SS INOP                    28-59-09.584N 091-28-56.320W 0114-06 D8   10/06
    Devon-112-41                   SS INOP                    28-58-44.000N 091-28-59.000W              06/06
    W & T Offshore-116-10          MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-03-51.405N 091-29-12.989W 0242-08      39/08
    Devon-112-36                   SS INOP                    28-59-20.000N 091-29-20.000W              29/07
    Devon-112-47                   LT EXT                     28-58-57.174N 091-29-30.414W 0916-06 NO   38/06
    Cockrell-106-3                 SS INOP                    29-19-30.000N 091-31-11.000W 0351-06 NO   16/06
    Devon-112-16                   SS INOP                    28-18-14.000N 091-31-59.000W              52/08
    Apache-102-72                  MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-20-33.066N 091-32-15.116W 0249-08      39/08
    Anadarko-110-16 Lighted Buoy                              28-20-48.145N 091-33-33.739W 0242-08
                                   OFF STA/HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS IN                                         38/08
    Tana-104-4                     LT EXT/SS INOP             29-04-24.519N 091-33-43.513W 1109-08      29/08
    Nexen-100-15                   LT EXT/SS INOP             28-20-40.400N 091-34-26.300W              40/08



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                              25 August 2010
    Devon-112-33              SS INOP                    29-01-58.000N 091-34-29.000W 1497-09       42/09
    Mobil-134-1               HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-57-58.000N 091-36-47.000W               40/08
    Mariner-111-7             SS INOP                    28-24-54.576N 091-36-47.275W 1492-08 NO    37/08
    Sea Robin-101-4           LT EXT                     28-40-15.000N 091-36-52.000W 1305-03 NO    45/03
    Conoco-147-2              LT EXT/SS INOP             28-19-10.000N 091-36-54.000W               38/08
    Conoco-147-4              SS INOP                    28-18-07.000N 091-37-30.000W 0459-10 NO    16/10
    Mobil-222-16              LT EXT/SS INOP             28-58-22.000N 091-37-34.000W 1393-08 GA    39/08
    Bt Operating-102-1        LT EXT                     28-22-00.000N 091-37-48.000W 0022-09 NO    01/09
    Mariner-111-1             LT EXT                     29-16-45.417N 091-37-58.130W 0311-08       11/08
    Texaco-181-4              MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-11-19.000N 091-38-12.000W 0265-08       40/08
    Texaco-181-3              HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-12-03.000N 091-39-23.000W               40/08
    Walter-114-3              MISSING/HAZ NAV            27-59-34.916N 091-39-38.476W 0245-08       39/08
    Noble Energy-112-3        LT EXT/SS INOP             28-18-00.000N 091-40-40.000W               49/08
    Devon-112-5               OFF STA/HAZ NAV            28-13-34.891N 091-41-04.682W 0242-08       39/08
    XTO Offshore-103-2        SS INOP                    28-22-19.032N 091-41-06.981W 0698-09 NO    22/09
    Devon-112-3               MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-14-18.403N 091-41-47.199W               39/08
    Mariner-111-10            MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-19-58.000N 091-42-28.000W               39/08
    Mariner-111-9             SS INOP                    28-22-33.000N 091-42-30.000W               08/09
    Forest-112-5              HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-20-47.000N 091-42-36.000W               40/08
    Mariner-111-11            SS INOP                    28-17-36.000N 091-42-46.000W 0109-07 NO    04/07
    Apache-102-35             HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-48-07.031N 091-43-03.641W               40/08
    Apache-102-56             SS INOP                    28-48-54.799N 091-43-36.210W               39/08
    W & T Offshore-116-1      MISSING/HAZ NAV            27-56-27.000N 091-43-44.000W 0242-08       39/08
    Exxon-144-3               SS INOP                    28-16-12.000N 091-43-51.000W 1680-08 NO    40/08
    Apache-102-36             MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-46-45.000N 091-43-54.000W               39/08
    Exxon-144-1               LT EXT                     28-15-22.000N 091-44-24.000W 1681-08 NO    40/08
    Exxon-144-2               LT EXT/SS INOP             28-15-12.000N 091-45-06.000W 1349-08 NO    34/08
    Newfield-102-18           SS INOP                    28-40-53.910N 091-45-51.940W               05/06
    Merit-102-1               HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-22-42.664N 091-45-59.424W               38/08
    Vastar-105-16             MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-28-44.000N 091-46-05.000W               39/08
    Vastar-105-15             MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-28-03.450N 091-49-14.012W               39/08
    Sterling-102-1            HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-25-21.418N 091-49-44.818W               39/08
    Denbury-310-1             MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-45-06.180N 091-51-07.320W               39/08
    Denbury-300-1             MISSING/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-44-21.100N 091-52-11.990W               38/08
    Brooklyn Union-101-3      LT EXT/SS INOP             29-14-19.000N 091-52-53.000W 1771-08 NO    42/08
    Remington-300-2           LT EXT                     28-31-38.434N 091-53-03.832W 0102-05 NO    05/05
    Devon-115-9               OFF STA/HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS IN
                                                         28-44-31.000N 091-53-25.000W               39/08
    Monforte-102-1            SS INOP                    28-46-12.000N 091-53-26.000W 0810-08       21/08
    Texaco-134-71             LT EXT                     29-19-34.580N 091-53-33.090W 1072-10 NO    34/10
    Brooklyn Union-101-1      LT EXT/SS INOP             29-14-36.000N 091-53-48.000W 1771-08 NO    42/08
    BP Exploration-117-6      LT EXT                     27-55-39.700N 091-54-09.600W 1183-06 NO    45/06
    Pennzoil-116-7            MISSING                    28-20-14.000N 091-54-27.000W 0313-07 NO    10/07
    Wa28-334-Tank Batt 1      LT EXT                     29-40-25.000N 091-54-59.000W 0726-03 NO    25/03
    Devon-115-8               LT EXT                     28-45-11.794N 091-55-13.758W 0810-08       21/08
    Wa28-334-B-105            LT EXT                     29-40-41.000N 091-56-29.000W               30/08
    Mariner-115-15            LT EXT                     28-38-40.000N 091-56-54.000W               08/09
    Mariner-115-26            SS INOP                    28-33-30.489N 091-57-09.162W 1493-08 NO    37/08
    Sea Robin-101-5           SW CORNER LT EXT           28-49-20.000N 091-57-58.000W 0839-00 NO    34/00
    Forcenergy-101-15         HAZ NAV                    28-57-49.000N 091-58-35.000W 0056-06 D8    06/06
    Mariner-115-11            LT EXT/SS INOP             28-57-56.000N 091-59-10.000W 0355-09 NO    12/09
    El Paso-170-2             LT EXT/SS INOP             29-23-37.620N 091-59-34.780W               06/09
    Texaco-138-250            SS INOP                    29-19-11.000N 091-59-49.000W 1103-10- NO   34/10



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    Mariner-115-12            LT EXT                     28-57-57.000N 091-59-58.000W 0280-10 NO   11/10
    Mariner-115-4             LT EXT                     28-58-12.000N 092-00-25.000W 0280-10 NO   11/10
    Tarpon-104-1              ADRIFT                     27-58-14.890N 092-02-34.080W              26/09
    Exxon-134-4               SS INOP                    28-29-11.300N 092-03-11.700W 0479-10 NO   16/10
    Mariner-115-1             MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-25-51.962N 092-03-49.017W 0249-08      39/08
    Apache-107-8              SS INOP                    28-39-54.000N 092-04-32.000W              51/08
    Taylor Energy-102-4       LT EXT                     28-51-25.000N 092-06-05.000W              02/06
    Mariner-115-23            SS INOP                    28-16-25.999N 092-06-14.721W              16/10
    Stone Energy-107-3        LT EXT/SS INOP             29-04-46.000N 092-09-18.000W 1446-06 NO   52/06
    Dynamic-101-1             LT EXT                     28-29-17.424N 092-09-20.313W 0931-10      30/10
    Mobil-142-14              MISSING/HAZ NAV            29-04-08.000N 092-09-44.000W 0243-08      39/08
    Taylor Energy-103-8       LT EXT                     28-50-49.000N 092-10-02.000W 0335-03 D8   30/03
    General Atlanti-103-3     LT EXT                     29-19-38.000N 092-10-06.000W 1460-01 NO   44/01
    Maritech-101-14           LT EXT                     28-11-17.939N 092-11-45.661W              09/01
    Linder-104-3              LT EXT                     29-29-03.797N 092-17-20.154W 0322-07 NO   09/07
    Northstar-102-1           LT EXT/SS INOP             28-17-36.000N 092-17-36.000W              38/08
    Newfield-105-9            LT EXT                     28-43-04.000N 092-19-53.000W              38/08
    Stone Energy 101-7        LT EXT                     28-32-48.000N 092-20-29.000W 0024-02 NO   03/02
    Stone Energy 101-5        MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-30-18.000N 092-20-44.000W 0243-08      39/08
    Stone Energy-101-10       MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-14-29.418N 092-21-06.282W 0245-08      39/08
    Beryl-107-2               LT EXT                     28-45-55.489N 092-21-37.392W 0879-10 NO   28/10
    Maritech-101-13           LT EXT/SS INOP             28-58-19.000N 092-24-08.000W              41/08
    Samson Contour-101-1      HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-41-28.000N 092-24-40.000W              40/08
    Samson Contour-101-4      HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-41-24.430N 092-24-51.050W              38/08
    Samson Contour-101-3      HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-42-05.327N 092-25-46.581W              38/08
    Nexen-102-12              LT EXT/SS INOP             29-19-43.036N 092-25-55.319W              40/08
    Nexen-102-2               LT EXT/SS INOP             28-13-04.000N 092-25-56.000W              42/08
    Millennium-103-1          HAZ NAV/LT EXT/DBN IMCH/SS 28-18-15.000N 092-26-28.000W
                                                         I                                         39/08
    Nexen-102-7               LT EXT/SS INOP             29-19-49.987N 092-26-31.805W              40/08
    Nexen-102-33              LT EXT/SS INOP             28-13-05.724N 092-26-49.700W              40/08
    Nexen-102-9               LT EXT/SS INOP             29-19-49.652N 092-28-28.758W              40/08
    Merit-112-1               STRUCT DEST                28-02-25.750N 092-29-22.548W              50/09
    Apache-114-1              MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-25-47.000N 092-29-24.000W 0246-08      39/08
    Palm Energy-104-1         SS INOP                    28-29-24.234N 092-29-46.616W              22/09
    W & T Offshore-112-30     LT EXT/SS INOP             28-27-40.000N 092-30-40.000W              06/09
    W & T Offshore-112-2      LT EXT                     29-27-59.000N 092-31-08.000W              28/08
    Marathon-114-1            HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP     28-04-22.000N 092-32-47.000W              38/08
    Wb9-11713-1 Prod. Fac.    LT EXT                     29-44-36.000N 092-34-02.000W 0991-01 GA   30/01
    Nexen-102-1               LT EXT/SS INOP             28-17-55.000N 092-34-45.000W              40/08
    Energy Resource-103-4     LT EXT                     28-48-49.100N 092-35-06.000W              39/00
    Newfield-105-15           MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-45-47.925N 092-35-07.532W              39/08
    King Ranch-103-2          MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-27-01.314N 092-35-26.776W 3908         39/08
    Stone Energy-101-16                                  29-04-23.080N 092-35-31.715W 0243-08
                              OFF STA/HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS IN                                         38/08
    El Paso-106-3             LT EXT                     29-08-38.100N 092-36-38.500W              11/06
    Aquilla-108-1             MISSING/HAZ NAV            29-02-52.791N 092-36-55.710W 0243-08      39/08
    Tenneco-130-8             MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-25-39.000N 092-37-51.000W 0241-08      39/08
    Tenneco-130-7             MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-24-53.000N 092-37-58.000W 0241-08      39/08
    Tenneco-130-14            MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-25-28.000N 092-38-10.000W 0241-08      39/08
    Houston-101-2             SS INOP                    29-23-09.370N 092-38-51.000W 1136-08 GA   32/08
    Houston-101-1             SS INOP                    29-22-21.460N 092-40-44.030W              49/08
    Maritech-111-3            MISSING/HAZ NAV            28-10-44.741N 092-41-45.558W 0246-08      39/08
    Merit-108-3               LT EXT                     28-59-46.730N 092-42-11.410W 0189-10 GA   10/10



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    Linder-102-8                     LT EXT                   28-58-41.392N 092-43-59.184W              11/08
    Houston-102-2                    LT EXT/SS INOP           28-55-37.000N 092-44-16.000W 1128-09 GA   51/09
    Merit-108-7                      LT EXT/SS INOP           28-57-02.000N 092-44-18.000W 1060-09      47/09
    Newfield-107-2                   LT EXT/SS INOP           28-10-46.800N 092-47-13.100W              38/08
    Marathon-105-1                   SS INOP                  28-13-11.000N 092-47-40.000W              40/08
    Newfield-107-1                   MISSING/HAZ NAV          28-09-20.000N 092-47-53.000W              39/08
    Louisiana Shelf Partners-100-1   LT EXT/SS INOP           29-39-36.000N 092-54-20.000W 0695-05 NO   01/06
    Newfield-107-4                   SS INOP                  29-21-53.180N 092-55-02.490W              22/09
    El Paso-102-9                    LT EXT/SS INOP           29-17-00.000N 092-57-03.000W              01/06
    El Paso-102-13                   LT EXT/SS INOP           29-18-02.000N 092-57-26.000W              01/06
    Linder-102-7                     LT EXT/SS INOP           28-31-43.000N 092-58-18.000W              33/09
    Energy Partners-107-1            FS INOP                  28-26-04.440N 092-58-23.393W 0095-04 NO   05/04
    Energy Xxi-104-6                 LT EXT                   28-07-19.240N 092-58-33.741W              39/08
    Energy Xxi-104-1                 LT EXT                   28-08-44.000N 092-58-46.000W              39/08
    Energy Xxi-104-5                 LT EXT                   28-09-40.800N 092-59-21.700W              39/08
    Hec-101-2                        LT EXT                   28-18-14.928N 092-59-29.425W              49/08
    Hilcorp-125-2                    LT EXT                   27-59-13.000N 092-59-42.000W 1227-08 GA   33/08
    Hec-101-7                        LT EXT                   29-16-30.353N 093-00-06.214W              49/08
    Virgin-100-2                     LT EXT/SS INOP           29-39-34.035N 093-00-13.395W 0011-07 GA   02/07
    Virgin-100-3                     SS INOP                  29-39-27.841N 093-00-49.999W 1048-09 GA   46/09
    Cairn-102-2                      LT EXT                   28-57-14.101N 093-00-52.561W 1408-00 GA   42/00
    Tennessee Gas-104-0              LT EXT                   29-37-59.000N 093-02-19.000W 1627-06 GA   50/06
    Atp-100-10                       LT EXT                   29-06-27.751N 093-05-06.410W 0196-01 GA   06/01
    MCMORAN-999-5                    LT EXT                   29-43-10.500N 093-05-25.500W 0363-10 GA   16/10
    MCMORAN-999-5                    LT EXT                   29-43-10.500N 093-05-25.500W 0363-10      16/10
    BP Exploration-116-9             LT EXT                   29-33-28.610N 093-07-50.260W 0217-07 GA   09/07
    Noble Energy-108-3               HAZ NAV/SS INOP          28-08-25.390N 093-09-07.050W 1082-08      31/08
    Houston-110-3                    SS INOP                  29-24-12.540N 093-10-09.797W 0240-09      11/09
    Houston-110-4                    SS INOP                  29-23-58.460N 093-10-40.780W 0362-10      16/10
    Westport-100-4                   LT EXT                   29-21-31.400N 093-12-01.900W 07-09 GA     01/09
    Pisces-106-2                     SS INOP                  28-28-39.658N 093-12-26.095W              22/09
    Palm Energy-107-2                SS INOP                  28-19-09.285N 093-13-57.459W              32/10
    BP Exploration-116-15            LT EXT/SS INOP           29-30-32.920N 093-15-53.120W 0754-07 GA   20/07
    Maritech-100-2                   LT EXT                   28-00-12.400N 093-17-38.980W 0622-10 GA   28/10
    Nexen-104-5                      LT EXT/SS INOP           29-23-26.939N 093-18-09.653W              40/08
    Dominion-100-1                   LT EXT                   29-12-05.400N 093-19-14.387W 0074-01 NO   04/01
    Nexen-104-2                      LT EXT/SS INOP           29-24-01.580N 093-19-54.430W              40/08
    Mariner-104-12                   LT EXT                   29-11-19.000N 093-20-07.000W 0055-01 NO   04/01
    Virgin-101-2                     LT EXT                   29-40-24.844N 093-23-59.699W 0256-04 GA   08/04
    Black Elk-102-3                  LT EXT                   28-55-00.458N 093-24-02.776W 0418-06 GA   15/06
    Mobil-225-39                     SS INOP                  29-25-56.000N 093-25-58.000W 1122-09 GA   50/09
    Elf Aquitaine-104-4              LT EXT                   28-24-05.000N 093-26-14.000W 0225-03 GA   08/03
    Apache-115-28                    LT EXT/SS INOP           28-01-07.806N 093-27-30.736W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Newfield-113-18(Buoy)            MISSING                  28-10-52.225N 093-28-58.900W 0449-02 D8   42/02
    Energy Resource-102-3            HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP   28-33-14.933N 093-29-56.846W              40/08
    Mariner-104-17                   LT EXT                   29-11-41.249N 093-33-44.686W 0450-10 GA   20/10
    Marlin-101-3                     LT EXT                   29-39-39.366N 093-34-00.582W 0912-09      40/09
    Spn-105-1                        LT EXT/SS INOP           29-14-11.465N 093-37-59.994W 0267-07 GA   08/07
    Maritech-112-1                   LT EXT/SS INOP           28-09-13.608N 093-40-05.958W 1392-08 GA   38/08
    Anadarko-103-2                   LT EXT/SS INOP           27-56-00.000N 093-40-09.000W              41/08
    Apache-115-34                    HAZ NAV/LT EXT/SS INOP   27-57-43.083N 093-40-15.205W              39/08
    Chevron-121-43                   LT EXT                   29-37-28.880N 093-40-22.430W 0762-10 GA   33/10



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    Gom Shelf-200-1                     LT EXT/SS INOP   28-10-03.000N 093-46-04.000W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Walter-103-1                        LT EXT           29-35-49.812N 093-46-21.383W 0256-07      09/07
    Apache-115-31                       LT EXT/SS INOP   29-16-18.000N 093-47-04.000W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Apache-115-32                       LT EXT/SS INOP   29-14-25.425N 093-47-40.399W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Apache-115-33                       LT EXT/SS INOP   29-14-33.800N 093-48-31.400W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Anadarko-109-1                      LT EXT/SS INOP   29-15-46.000N 093-49-04.000W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Westport-106-1                      LT EXT           29-20-43.254N 093-49-47.601W 0418-06 GA   15/06
    Apache-115-42                       LT EXT/SS INOP   27-54-10.000N 093-57-32.000W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Mobil-183-2                         LT EXT/SS INOP   27-56-45.000N 093-58-17.000W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Energen-101-1                       SS INOP          29-22-28.000N 093-58-29.000W 1086-09 GA   48/09
    Apache-115-24                       LT EXT/SS INOP   29-10-51.100N 093-58-48.200W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Mariner-105-9                       LT EXT/SS INOP   28-18-50.000N 093-59-16.000W 1093-06 GA   34/06
    Union Texas-104-1                   LT EXT           29-39-17.000N 093-59-16.000W 0052-04 NO   06/04
    Latex-100-8                         LT EXT           29-33-22.700N 093-59-21.400W 0534-06 D8   43/06
    Union Texas-104-3                   LT EXT           29-39-25.000N 093-59-26.000W 0052-04 NO   06/04
    Union Texas-104-4                   LT EXT           29-39-19.000N 093-59-26.000W 0052-04 NO   06/04
    Union Texas-104-2                   LT EXT           29-39-13.000N 093-59-30.000W 0052-04 D8   06/04
    Latex-100-7                         LT EXT           29-33-39.600N 093-59-43.800W 0534-06 D8   43/06
    Latex-100-6                         LT EXT           29-33-19.000N 093-59-50.000W 0534-06 D8   43/06
    Latex-100-5                         LT EXT           29-33-36.100N 093-59-52.800W 0534-06 D8   43/06
    Latex-100-3                         LT EXT           29-33-36.740N 093-59-56.306W 0534-06 D8   43/06
    Latex-100-1                         LT EXT           29-33-06.792N 093-59-58.323W 0534-06 D8   43/06
    Latex-100-2                         LT EXT           29-33-28.016N 093-59-59.021W 0534-06 D8   43/06
    Latex-100-4                         LT EXT           29-33-34.277N 094-00-06.018W 0534-06 D8   43/06
    BP Exploration-103-6                LT EXT/SS INOP   29-07-57.039N 094-00-07.974W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Latex-100-9                         LT EXT           29-33-54.800N 094-00-20.500W 0534-06 D8   43/06
    El Paso-104-17                      SS INOP          28-17-27.391N 094-05-22.309W 1146-09 GA   51/09
    Pyramid GOM-100-1                   LT EXT           29-17-25.000N 094-06-42.000W 1649-04 GA   39/04
    Beryl-104-3                         LT EXT           28-21-58.000N 094-07-42.000W 0577-10 GA   26/10
    Diamond Oil Int-102-1               LT EXT           29-35-49.000N 094-11-34.000W 0052-04 NO   06/04
    Diamond Oil Int-102-2               LT EXT           29-35-36.000N 094-11-39.000W 0052-04 NO   06/04
    Virgin-100-1                        LT EXT           29-09-34.403N 094-15-24.738W              02/06
    Wfs Offshore-101-2                  LT EXT           29-13-12.397N 094-18-55.280W 0855-01 GA   26/01
    Pennzoil-110-13                     LT EXT/SS INOP   29-15-56.000N 094-20-00.000W              39/08
    Devon-200-6                         LT EXT/SS INOP   29-17-28.000N 094-20-40.000W              39/08
    Apache-115-8                        LT EXT/SS INOP   29-11-29.000N 094-21-05.000W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Nippon-104-1                        LT EXT/SS INOP   29-16-47.337N 094-21-36.973W              39/08
    Apache-115-21                       LT EXT/SS INOP   29-10-30.576N 094-22-18.489W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Newfield-109-2                      SS INOP          28-02-56.550N 094-26-18.070W 0880-09 GA   38/09
    Apache-115-27                       LT EXT/SS INOP   29-07-46.000N 094-28-01.000W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Apache-115-26                       LT EXT/SS INOP   29-10-49.000N 094-31-16.000W 1393-08 GA   39/08
    Mariner-100-3(Lighted Buoy)(Temp)   MISSING          29-13-30.583N 094-34-40.194W              44/08
    HALL HOUSTON-129-2                  LT EXT           29-13-32.810N 094-37-00.860W 138-09 GA    07/09
    Maritech-108-1                      LT EXT/SS INOP   28-49-02.000N 094-41-45.000W              18/08
    Blue Dolphin-101-10                 LT EXT           28-53-36.975N 094-42-15.296W 1162-04 GA   30/04
    Wc2-A-124                           LT EXT           29-31-46.000N 094-50-32.000W 1055-01 GA   33/01
    Walter-101-9                        LT EXT           28-43-13.000N 094-55-40.000W 0029-04 GA   04/04
    Fairways-110-10                     LT EXT           28-48-27.000N 095-15-01.000W 1651-00 GA   49/00
    Fairways-110-6                      LT EXT           28-46-48.100N 095-19-36.600W 0687-06 GA   26/06
    Devon-104-11                        SS INOP          28-32-39.000N 095-22-52.000W 0327-09 NO   16/09
    American Coastal-103-3              LT EXT           28-44-53.516N 095-24-47.371W 0093-05 GA   05/05
    Rutherford-105-3                    LT EXT           28-42-17.000N 095-24-53.000W 0094-05 GA   04/05



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    Kelley-100-9                                 LT EXT                            28-46-14.000N 095-26-10.000W 0051-04 NO              06/04
    Kelley-100-12                                LT EXT                            28-45-58.050N 095-26-33.390W 0051-04 NO              06/04
    Shell-219-1                                  LT EXT                            28-10-49.000N 095-35-16.000W 1344-00 GA              41/00
    Presidio-101-1                               LT EXT                            28-37-12.000N 095-38-39.000W 0051-04 D8              06/04
    Merit-100-1                                  HAZ NAV/LT EXT                    28-23-01.000N 096-01-05.000W 0690-03 CC              49/03
    American Coastal-102-24                      LT EXT                            28-24-50.796N 096-02-48.082W                         21/09
    American Coastal-102-5                       LT EXT                            28-22-45.000N 096-09-54.000W                         21/09
    American Coastal-102-2                       LT EXT                            28-12-08.000N 096-32-51.000W                         04/06
    American Coastal-102-1                       LT EXT                            28-12-08.000N 096-33-24.000W                         04/06
    Gom Shelf-700-12                             LT EXT                            27-52-45.000N 096-34-19.000W 0729-00 CC              50/00
    United Texas In-101-3                        LT EXT                            28-05-40.000N 096-39-37.000W 0408-03 CC              36/03
    Fairways-101-3                               LT EXT                            28-04-17.345N 096-41-32.598W 0408-03 CC              36/03
    American Coastal-102-8                       LT EXT                            28-04-01.000N 096-46-01.000W                         04/06
    Mariner-113-1                                LT EXT                            27-44-57.100N 096-46-06.800W 0734-00 CC              50/00
    Mcx-100-1                                    ADRIFT                            27-48-33.766N 096-46-50.782W                         04/06
    FW Oil-100-1                                 LT EXT/SS INOP                    26-44-29.683N 096-54-36.804W                         44/08
    Reynolds-102-3                               LT EXT                            27-39-18.000N 097-07-39.000W 0221-10CC               19/10
    Reynolds-102-4                               LT EXT                            27-38-57.000N 097-07-42.000W 0221-10CC               19/10
    Ctx-100-1                                    LT EXT                            27-31-00.000N 097-09-50.000W 0308-03 CC              26/03


  PLATFORM DISCREPANCIES CORRECTED
    Name                                         Status                                       Position                 BNM Ref.       LNM St    LNM End

     Spn-106-1                                   N/A                               28-22-31.000N 091-04-24.000W                         39/08     35/10
     Chevron-191-39                              WATCHING PROPERLY                 29-19-41.939N 091-53-14.090W                         24/10     29/21


                        SECTION III - TEMPORARY CHANGES and TEMPORARY CHANGES CORRECTED
   This section contains temporary changes and corrections to Aids to Navigation for this edition. When charted aids are temporarily
  relocated for dredging, testing, evaluation, or marking an obstruction, a temporary correction shall be listed in Section IV giving the
                                                              new position.

TEMPORARY CHANGES

           LLNR           Aid Name                                    Status                             Chart No.    BNM Ref.       LNM St      LNM End
           130           St Joseph Bay Light & Entrance A Range       DISCONTINUED                         11393                      15/09
                         Rear Light
           2920          St Joseph Bay Entrance A Range Front         DISCONTINUED                         11393                      24/08
                         Light
           2925          St Joseph Bay Light & Entrance A Range       DISCONTINUED                         11393                      15/09
                         Rear Light
           2981          St Joseph Bay Entrance Range B & D           DISCONTINUED                         11393                      15/09
                         Front Light
           2986          St Joseph Bay Entrance Range B Rear          DISCONTINUED                         11393                      24/08
                         Light
           7420          Bayou Casotte Channel Light 8                DISCONTINUED FOR                     11375                      49/09
                                                                      DREDGING
           13785         Huey P Long Bridge Approach Buoy B           DISCONTINUED                         11370                      25/10
           13790         Huey P Long Bridge Approach Buoy C           DISCONTINUED                         11370                      29/10
           24590         Double Bayou Channel Daybeacon 15            DISCONTINUED                         11326                      29/09
           24955         Dickinson Bayou Channel Daybeacon 17         DISCONTINUED FOR                     11327                      29/10
                                                                      DREDGING
           40505         Port Isabel Small Boat Harbor Channel        DISCONTINUED FOR                     11302                      39/09
                         Daybeacon 6                                  DREDGING
           40541         Port Isabel Small Boat Harbor Channel        DISCONTINUED FOR                     11302                      18/09
                         Buoy 16                                      DREDGING




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                                 25 August 2010
TEMPORARY CHANGES CORRECTED

           LLNR            Aid Name                                     Status                          Chart No.       BNM Ref.        LNM St     LNM End

None


PLATFORM TEMPORARY CHANGES

       Name                                          Status                                     Position                  BNM Ref.      LNM St       LNM End
None


PLATFORM TEMPORARY CHANGES CORRECTED

       Name                                          Status                                     Position                  BNM Ref.      LNM St       LNM End
None



                                                SECTION IV - CHART CORRECTIONS
.              This section contains corrections to federally and privately maintained Aids to Navigation, as well as NOS corrections.
This section contains corrective actions affecting chart(s). Corrections appear numerically by chart number, and pertain to that chart only. It is up to
the mariner to decide which chart(s) are to be corrected. The following example explains individual elements of a typical chart correction._
Chart            Chart            Edition           Last Local Notice          Horizontal             Source of                 Current Local
Number           Edition           Date               to Mariners             Datum Reference        Correction                Notice to Mariners
  l   .     .      l     .    .      l .     .    .      . l .    .    .     . l    .     .    .    . l     .     .    .    .    . l .        .    .
12327            91st Ed.        19-APR-97           Last LNM: 26/97             NAD 83                                                 27/97
Chart Title: NY-NJ-NEW YORK HARBOR - RARITAN RIVER
        Main Panel 2245 NEW YORK HARBOR                                                                     CGD01
(Temp) ADD            NATIONAL DOCK CHANNEL BUOY 3                                                              at 40-41-09.001N 074-02-48.001W
    .   . l    .     Green can      . l   .     .   .      .   .    .     .    .      .     .    .     .      .     .    l .        .      .     .
      Corrective           Object of Corrective                                                                          Position
        Action                  Action
(Temp) indicates that the chart correction action is temporary in nature. Courses and bearings are given in degrees clockwise from 000 true.
Bearings of light sectors are toward the light from seaward. The nominal range of lights is expressed in nautical miles (NM) unless otherwise noted.
1116          A 74th Ed.          01-AUG-09       Last LNM: 34/10                NAD 83                                                           34/10
 ChartTitle: Mississippi River to Galveston (Oil and Gas Leasing Areas)
         Main Panel 2996 LEASE BLOCK FOR MISSISSIPPI RIVER TO GALVESTON. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE         "Submerged Obstruction Symbol (PA)" (PLATFORM) (CGD8 270-05)       28-57-51.000N                                   089-50-08.000W
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE        Contango Mooring Facility Lights (4), QW, on dolphins (Priv Maint)  29-22-33.234N                                   091-47-03.236W
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Energy Resource-100-2)                                   29-03-03.770N                                   093-22-04.000W
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Energy Resource-103-5)                                   28-45-48.910N                                   092-31-27.270W
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Remington-101-10)                                        29-01-03.990N                                   092-50-43.080W
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Remington-250-13)                                        28-51-54.460N                                   093-18-52.680W
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Remington-250-15)                                        29-05-18.660N                                   093-29-53.660W
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Remington-250-16)                                        28-40-26.430N                                   093-34-45.170W
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Remington-250-2)                                         29-02-00.110N                                   093-18-10.970W
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Remington-300-4)                                         28-52-59.870N                                   091-56-19.110W
                                                                                          CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Remington-300-5)                                         28-23-01.700N                                   091-57-26.630W
                                                                                          CGD08
         ADD           Platform: (Chevron-182-17)                                          28-44-03.680N                                   092-26-50.680W

1117          A 42nd Ed.        01-MAR-08       Last LNM: 34/10                  NAD 83                                                           34/10
 ChartTitle: Galveston to Rio Grande (Oil and Gas Leasing Areas)
         Main Panel 2997 LEASE BLOCK FOR GALVESTON TO RIO GRANDE. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                                       CGD08




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                                  25 August 2010
        DELETE         Platform: (Energy Resouce-110-1)                                      28-30-58.850N                 095-38-36.600W

11006              33rd Ed.     01-MAR-09         Last LNM: 34/10         NAD 83                                                 34/10
 ChartTitle: Gulf Coast - Key West to Mississippi River
        Main Panel 44 KEY WEST TO THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                           CGD08
        DELETE          "Submerged Obstruction Symbol (PA)" (PLATFORM) (CGD8 270-05)        28-57-51.000N                  089-50-08.000W

11300             42nd Ed.      01-MAR-08       Last LNM: 34/10           NAD 83                                                 34/10
 ChartTitle: Galveston to Rio Grande
        Main Panel 178 GALVESTON TO RIO GRANDE. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                           CGD08
        DELETE         Platform: (Energy Resouce-110-1)                                     28-30-58.850N                  095-38-36.600W

11317             32nd Ed.      01-MAR-09      Last LNM: 34/10          NAD 83                                                   34/10
 ChartTitle: Matagorda Bay including Lavaca and Tres Palacios Bays; Port Lavaca; Continuation of Lavaca River; Continuation of
             Tres Palacios Bay
        Inset 155 PORT LAVACA. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                           NOS
        CHANGE         Submerged Pile; Subm pile rep PA         Chart No. 1: K43.1 (NOS     28-36-46.600N                  096-33-58.200W
                       NW-19567)
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Sign; Sign PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19567)                     28-37-38.100N                  096-34-15.120W
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Sign; Sign PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19572)                     28-38-58.230N                  096-35-09.940W
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Sign; Sign PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19572)                     28-39-15.190N                  096-35-05.980W

        Main Panel 154 MATAGORDA BAY. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                           NOS
        CHANGE         Submerged Pile; Subm pile rep PA         Chart No. 1: K43.1 (NOS     28-36-46.600N                  096-33-58.200W
                       NW-19567)
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Marker; Mkr PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19572)                    28-40-51.510N                  096-35-40.880W
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Marker; Mkr PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19572)                    28-41-22.760N                  096-35-55.700W
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Marker; Mkr PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19572)                    28-41-51.860N                  096-36-11.450W
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Marker; Mkr PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19572)                    28-42-21.750N                  096-34-31.460W
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Marker; Mkr PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19572)                    28-42-26.360N                  096-34-24.400W
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Sign; Sign PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19567)                     28-37-38.100N                  096-34-15.120W
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Sign; Sign PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19572)                     28-38-58.230N                  096-35-09.940W
                                                                                           NOS
        ADD            Sign; Sign PA    Chart No. 1: F22 (NOS NW-19572)                     28-39-15.190N                  096-35-05.980W

11321             30th Ed.      01-JUL-04      Last LNM: 34/10            NAD 83                                                 34/10
 ChartTitle: San Luis Pass to East Matagorda Bay
        Main Panel 127 SAN LUIS PASS TO EAST MATAGORDA BAY. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                           CGD08
        DELETE         Platform: (Energy Resource-110-5)                                    28-32-19.522N                  095-36-19.954W

11322              32nd Ed.     01-NOV-08      Last LNM: 34/10            NAD 83                                                 34/10
 ChartTitle: Intracoastal Waterway Galveston Bay to Cedar Lakes
        CHART TX - INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY - GALVESTON BAY TO CEDAR LAKES. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                           CGD08
        ADD          Symbol: "Visible Wreck (PA)" (18FT F/V) (CGD8 148-10)  29-17-30.000N                                  094-52-46.000W

11324             36th Ed.      01-JAN-09      Last LNM: 34/10            NAD 83                                                 34/10
 ChartTitle: Galveston Bay Entrance Galveston and Texas City Harbors
        Main Panel 185 GALVESTON BAY ENTRANCE - GALVESTON AND TEXAS CITY HARBORS. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                             CGD08



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                  25 August 2010
        ADD            Symbol: "Visible Wreck (PA)" (18FT F/V) (CGD8 148-10)                29-17-30.000N      094-52-46.000W

11326             36th Ed.      01-SEP-08       Last LNM: 34/10          NAD 83                                     34/10
 ChartTitle: Galveston Bay
         CHART TX - FOLIO SMALL - CRAFT CHART GALVESTON BAY. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                          CGD08
        RELOCATE       Houston Ship Channel Light 112A                                    from 29-43-53.082N   095-01-55.308W
                                                                                          to 29-43-53.613N     095-01-54.166W
                                                                                          CGD08
        RELOCATE       Lower Peggy's Lake Outbound Range Front Light                      from 29-43-46.446N   095-01-29.118W
                                                                                          to 29-43-46.438N     095-01-29.110W
                                                                                          CGD08
        ADD            Symbol: "Dangerous Wreck (PA)" (CGD8 145-10)                         29-33-11.400N      094-56-40.100W

11327             34th Ed.     01-FEB-09      Last LNM: 34/10           NAD 83                                      34/10
 ChartTitle: Upper Galveston Bay-Houston Ship Channel-Dollar Pt. to Atkinson
        Main Panel 88 UPPER GALVESTON BAY. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                          CGD08
        ADD            Symbol: "Dangerous Wreck (PA)" (CGD8 145-10)                        29-33-11.400N       094-56-40.100W

11328             25th Ed.     01-JUL-08       Last LNM: 34/10           NAD 83                                     34/10
 ChartTitle: Houston Ship Channel Atkinson Island to Alexander Island
        Main Panel 82 HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                          CGD08
        RELOCATE       Houston Ship Channel Light 112A                                    from 29-43-53.082N   095-01-55.308W
                                                                                          to 29-43-53.613N     095-01-54.166W
                                                                                          CGD08
        RELOCATE       Lower Peggy's Lake Outbound Range Front Light                      from 29-43-46.446N   095-01-29.118W
                                                                                          to 29-43-46.438N     095-01-29.110W

11329             38th Ed.     01-MAY-08       Last LNM: 34/10         NAD 83                                       34/10
 ChartTitle: Houston Ship Channel Alexander Island to Carpenters Bayou;San Jacinto and Old Rivers
        CHART TX - HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL - CARPENTERS BAYOU TO HOUSTON. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                          CGD08
        RELOCATE    Houston Ship Channel Light 112A                       from 29-43-53.082N                   095-01-55.308W
                                                                          to 29-43-53.613N                     095-01-54.166W
                                                                          CGD08
        RELOCATE    Lower Peggy's Lake Outbound Range Front Light         from 29-43-46.446N                   095-01-29.118W
                                                                          to 29-43-46.438N                     095-01-29.110W

11330            20th Ed.       01-NOV-09       Last LNM: 34/10          NAD 83                                     34/10
 ChartTitle: Mermentau River to Freeport
        Main Panel 195 MERMENTAU RIV TO FREEPORT LA-TX. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                          CGD08
        DELETE         Platform: (Energy Resource-100-2)                                   29-03-03.770N       093-22-04.000W
                                                                                          CGD08
        DELETE         Platform: (Remington-101-10)                                        29-01-03.990N       092-50-43.080W
                                                                                          CGD08
        DELETE         Platform: (Remington-250-13)                                        28-51-54.460N       093-18-52.680W
                                                                                          CGD08
        DELETE         Platform: (Remington-250-15)                                        29-05-18.660N       093-29-53.660W
                                                                                          CGD08
        DELETE         Platform: (Remington-250-16)                                        28-40-26.430N       093-34-45.170W
                                                                                          CGD08
        DELETE         Platform: (Remington-250-2)                                         29-02-00.110N       093-18-10.970W

11332            31st Ed.       01-MAY-10       Last LNM: 34/10          NAD 83                                     34/10
 ChartTitle: Sabine Bank
        Main Panel 125 SABINE BANK. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                          NOS
        DELETE         Platform; Chart No. 1 L10 (NOS NW-19553)                            29-18-11.600N       093-38-38.360W

11340             74th Ed.        01-AUG-09     Last LNM: 34/10          NAD 83                                     34/10
 ChartTitle: Mississippi River to Galveston




Page 28 of 52                                                                                                   LNM: 34/10
Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                     25 August 2010
        Main Panel 49 MISSISSIPPI RIVER TO GALVESTON. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE           "Submerged Obstruction Symbol (PA)" (PLATFORM) (CGD8 270-05)         28-57-51.000N   089-50-08.000W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Contango Mooring Facility Lights (4), QW, on dolphins (Priv Maint)    29-22-33.234N   091-47-03.236W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Energy Resource-100-2)                                     29-03-03.770N   093-22-04.000W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Energy Resource-103-5)                                     28-45-48.910N   092-31-27.270W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Millenium-104-5)                                           28-46-38.896N   090-36-21.835W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Remington-101-10)                                          29-01-03.990N   092-50-43.080W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Remington-250-13)                                          28-51-54.460N   093-18-52.680W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Remington-250-15)                                          29-05-18.660N   093-29-53.660W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Remington-250-16)                                          28-40-26.430N   093-34-45.170W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Remington-250-2)                                           29-02-00.110N   093-18-10.970W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Remington-300-4)                                           28-52-59.870N   091-56-19.110W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Remington-300-5)                                           28-23-01.700N   091-57-26.630W
                                                                                             CGD08
        ADD             Platform: (Chevron-182-17)                                            28-44-03.680N   092-26-50.680W

11341             42nd Ed.      01-JUN-08         Last LNM: 34/10            NAD 83                                34/10
 ChartTitle: Calcasieu Pass to Sabine Pass
        Main Panel 124 CALCASIEU PASS TO SABINE PASS. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                             NOS
        DELETE          Platform; Chart No. 1 L10 (NOS NW-19553)                              29-18-11.600N   093-38-38.360W

11346              2nd Ed.      01-APR-09         Last LNM: 34/10            NAD 83                                34/10
 ChartTitle: Port Fourchon and Approaches
         CHART LA - PORT FOURCHON AND APPROACHES. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform: (Energy Xxi-100-12)                                         29-00-20.283N   090-15-25.185W
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Platform:(Energy Xxi-100-69)                                          28-59-57.514N   090-15-13.585W

11351              42nd Ed.      01-JAN-10        Last LNM: 34/10            NAD 83                                34/10
 ChartTitle: Point au Fer to Marsh Island
        Main Panel 63 POINT AU FER TO MARSH ISLAND. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                             CGD08
        DELETE          Contango Mooring Facility Lights (4), QW, on dolphins (Priv Maint)    29-22-33.234N   091-47-03.236W

11352              41st Ed.     01-DEC-09       Last LNM: 34/10          NAD 83                                    34/10
 ChartTitle: Intracoastal Waterway New Orleans to Calcasieu River East Section
        Main Panel 46 NEW ORLEANS TO CALCASIEU RIVER EAST SECTION. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                       CGD08
        DELETE         "Visible Pile Symbol (PA)" (CGD8 001-10)                         29-17-33.000N         090-42-33.000W
                                                                                       CGD08
        ADD           Symbol: "Visible Wreck (PA)" (52FT F/V Miss Tuyen) (CGD8 146-10)  29-17-43.600N         090-26-41.200W

11355              28th Ed.     01-MAR-08      Last LNM: 34/10           NAD 83                                    34/10
 ChartTitle: Intracoastal Waterway Catahoula Bay to Wax Lake Outlet including the Houma Navigation canal
        CHART LA - INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY - CATAHOULA BAY TO WAX LAKE OUTLET. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                         CGD08
        DELETE       "Visible Pile Symbol (PA)" (CGD8 001-10)              29-17-33.000N                      090-42-33.000W

11356              38th Ed.       01-JUN-08       Last LNM: 34/10            NAD 83                                34/10
 ChartTitle: Isles Dernieres to Point au Fer
        Main Panel 62 ISLES DERNIERES TO POINT AU FER. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                             CGD08



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                    25 August 2010
         DELETE        Platform: (Petroquest-120-1)                                         28-52-31.953N   091-27-04.981W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Petroquest-120-2)                                         28-52-54.865N   091-26-26.235W

11357             40th Ed.       01-JUN-09       Last LNM: 34/10         NAD 83                                  34/10
 ChartTitle: Timbalier and Terrebonne Bays
         Main Panel 61 TIMBALIER AND TERREBONNE BAYS. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE         "Visible Pile Symbol (PA)" (CGD8 001-10)                            29-17-33.000N   090-42-33.000W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Energy Resource-150-1)                                    28-53-50.870N   090-42-16.120W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Energy Resource-150-2)                                    28-53-49.450N   090-42-27.960W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Energy Resource-150-3)                                    28-53-47.580N   090-42-19.900W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Energy Resource-150-4)                                    28-53-46.190N   090-42-16.040W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Energy Resource-150-5)                                    28-53-53.430N   090-42-19.090W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Energy Xxi-100-12)                                        29-00-20.283N   090-15-25.185W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Millenium-104-5)                                          28-46-38.896N   090-36-21.835W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Millennium-104-4)                                         28-46-38.869N   090-36-20.613W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform: (Murphy-106-49)                                            28-53-48.080N   090-42-23.860W
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE        Platform:(Energy Xxi-100-69)                                         28-59-57.514N   090-15-13.585W
                                                                                           CGD08
         ADD           Symbol: "Visible Wreck (PA)" (52FT F/V Miss Tuyen) (CGD8 146-10)     29-17-43.600N   090-26-41.200W

11358             56th Ed.       01-JUL-10       Last LNM: 34/10         NAD 83                                  34/10
 ChartTitle: Barataria Bay and approaches
         Main Panel 60 BARATARIA BAY AND APPROACHES. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                           CGD08
         DELETE         "Submerged Obstruction Symbol (PA)" (PLATFORM) (CGD8 270-05)        28-57-51.000N   089-50-08.000W
                                                                                           CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           No Wake Buoy, WOR (Priv Maint) (Wild Well Control Inc.)              29-28-11.000N   090-00-05.000W
                                                                                           CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           No Wake Buoy, WOR (Priv Maint) (Wild Well Control Inc.)              29-28-30.000N   090-00-00.000W
                                                                                           CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           No Wake Buoy, WOR (Priv Maint) (Wild Well Control Inc.)              29-28-57.000N   090-00-53.000W

11364             43rd Ed.       01-SEP-09       Last LNM: 34/10         NAD 83                                  34/10
 ChartTitle: Mississippi River-Venice to New Orleans
         Main Panel 56 MISSISSIPPI RIVER VENICE TO NEW ORLEANS. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                           CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           No Wake Buoy, WOR (Priv Maint) (Wild Well Control Inc.)              29-28-11.000N   090-00-05.000W
                                                                                           CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           No Wake Buoy, WOR (Priv Maint) (Wild Well Control Inc.)              29-28-30.000N   090-00-00.000W
                                                                                           CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           No Wake Buoy, WOR (Priv Maint) (Wild Well Control Inc.)              29-28-57.000N   090-00-53.000W

11365             22nd Ed.      01-DEC-09      Last LNM: 34/10         NAD 83                                    34/10
 ChartTitle: Barataria and Bayou Lafourche Waterways Intracoastal Waterway to Gulf of Mexico
         CHART LA - BARATARIA AND BAYOU LAFOURCHE WATERWAYS. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                           CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           No Wake Buoy, WOR (Priv Maint) (Wild Well Control Inc.)              29-28-11.000N   090-00-05.000W
                                                                                           CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           No Wake Buoy, WOR (Priv Maint) (Wild Well Control Inc.)              29-28-30.000N   090-00-00.000W
                                                                                           CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           No Wake Buoy, WOR (Priv Maint) (Wild Well Control Inc.)              29-28-57.000N   090-00-53.000W

11366             13th Ed.      01-MAR-10        Last LNM: 34/10         NAD 83                                  34/10
 ChartTitle: Approaches to Mississippi River




Page 30 of 52                                                                                                LNM: 34/10
Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                  25 August 2010
         Main Panel 2886 APPROACHES TO MISSISSIPPI RIVER. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                                 CGD08
         DELETE         "Submerged Obstruction Symbol (PA)" (PLATFORM) (CGD8 270-05)              28-57-51.000N   089-50-08.000W

11371             39th Ed.     01-APR-10       Last LNM: 34/10         NAD 83                                          34/10
 ChartTitle: Lake Borgne and approaches Cat Island to Point aux Herbes
         Main Panel 53 LAKE BORGNE & APPROACHES CAT ISL TO POINT AUX HERBES. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                     CGD08
         ADD           Symbol: "Dangerous Wreck (PA)" and Legend: "Awash" (57FT S/V)  30-14-54.000N               089-06-30.000W
                       (CGD8 144-10)

11372              34th Ed.     01-JAN-10      Last LNM: 34/10            NAD 83                                       34/10
 ChartTitle: Intracoastal Waterway Dog Keys Pass to Waveland
         CHART MS - LA - INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY - DOG KEYS PASS TO WAVELAND. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                   CGD08
         ADD         Symbol: "Dangerous Wreck (PA)" and Legend: "Awash" (57FT S/V)  30-14-54.000N                 089-06-30.000W
                     (CGD8 144-10)

         Main Panel 22 DOG KEYS PASS TO WAVELAND. Page/Side: B
                                                                                                 NOS
         DELETE        Depth Legend - EAST HARRISON COUNTY CHANNEL to:; 6 FT JUN 2010             30-24-33.100N   088-51-31.200W
                       (NOS NW-19574)
                                                                                                 NOS
         ADD           Depth Note - NOTE D EAST HARRISON COUNTY CHANNEL:; NOTE D                  30-27-39.100N   088-51-23.700W
                       EAST HARRISON COUNTY CHANNEL The controlling depth was 7 feet
                       for a width of 130 feet to the basin; thence 8 feet in the basin with
                       shoaling to 3 1/2 feet in the right outside quarter. June 2010 (NOS NW-
                       19574)
                                                                                                 NOS
         ADD           Depth Note Label; (see note D) (NOS NW-19574)                              30-24-33.100N   088-51-31.200W

11376             54th Ed.      01-NOV-09      Last LNM: 34/10            NAD 83                                       34/10
 ChartTitle: Mobile Bay Mobile Ship Channel-Northern End
         CHART AL - MOBILE BAY ENTRANCE. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                                 CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           NOAA Lighted Calibration Buoy A, FLY2.5s, Yellow diamond (Priv Maint)      30-14-59.560N   088-04-28.190W

         Main Panel 50 MOBILE BAY ALABAMA. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                                 NOS
         CHANGE        Depth Note - EAST FOWL RIVER to:; The controlling depth was 7 feet         30-26-23.000N   088-11-35.000W
                       for a width of 100 feet from the entrance (30°26'58"N, 88°05'06"W) in
                       Mobile Bay to a point located at (30°26'20"N, 88°07'09"W). Jun 2010
                       (NOS NW-19549)

11377             9th Ed.      01-MAY-10      Last LNM: 34/10             NAD 83                                       34/10
 ChartTitle: Mobile Bay Approaches and Lower Half
         Main Panel 2887 MOBILE BAY APPROACHES AND LOWER HALF. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                                 NOS
         CHANGE        Depth Note - EAST FOWL RIVER to:; The controlling depth was 7 feet         30-22-03.000N   088-09-03.000W
                       for a width of 100 feet from the entrance (30°26'58"N, 88°05'06"W) in
                       Mobile Bay to a point located at (30°26'20"N, 88°07'09"W). Jun 2010
                       (NOS NW-19549)
                                                                                                 CGD08
(Temp)   ADD           NOAA Lighted Calibration Buoy A, FLY2.5s, Yellow diamond (Priv Maint)      30-14-59.560N   088-04-28.190W

11378              37th Ed.     01-JUN-10      Last LNM: 34/10            NAD 83                                       34/10
 ChartTitle: Intracoastal Waterway Santa Rosa Sound to Dauphin Island
         CHART FL - AL - INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY - SANTA ROSA SOUND TO DAUPHIN ISLAND. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                           CGD08
(Temp)   ADD         NOAA Lighted Calibration Buoy A, FLY2.5s, Yellow diamond (Priv Maint)  30-14-59.560N         088-04-28.190W

         Extension 11 BON SECOUR BAY EXTENSION. Page/Side: A
                                                                                                 NOS
         CHANGE        Depth Note - Bon Secour River & South Fork to:; The controlling depth      30-16-06.500N   087-45-06.000W
                       from the Intracoastal Waterway was 6 1/2 feet for a width of 80 feet to
                       daybeacon 30; thence 4 feet for a width of 80 feet to the end of the




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                       project. The controlling depth in South Fork Channel was 6 feet for a
                       width of 80 feet from Bon Secour River to the turning basin. May 2010
                       (NOS NW-19451)

11380             2nd Ed.       01-APR-10        Last LNM: 34/10          NAD 83                                     34/10
 ChartTitle: Mobile Bay East Fowl River to Deer River Pt; Mobile Middle Bay Terminal
        Main Panel 2888 MOBILE BAY ALABAMA. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Depth Note - EAST FOWL RIVER to:; The controlling depth was 7 feet       30-27-03.000N   088-07-09.000W
                       for a width of 100 feet from the entrance (30°26'58"N, 88°05'06"W) in
                       Mobile Bay to a point located at (30°26'20"N, 88°07'09"W). Jun 2010
                       (NOS NW-19549)

11385              27th Ed.     01-FEB-07       Last LNM: 34/10           NAD 83                                     34/10
 ChartTitle: Intracoastal Waterway West Bay to Santa Rosa Sound
        Main Panel 138 WEST BAY TO SANTA ROSA SOUND SIDE B. Page/Side: B
                                                                                               CGD08
        DELETE         Old East Pass Harbor Channel Daybeacon 8                                 30-23-30.034N   086-30-22.425W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Depth Legend - East Pass Entrance Channel to:; 12 FT FOR A WIDTH         30-23-23.100N   086-30-47.400W
                       OF 180 FT JUN 2010 (NOS NW-19548)
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Depth Note - Old Pass Lagoon to:; The controlling depth for Old Pass     30-22-38.500N   086-29-43.000W
                       Lagoon is 6 feet for a mid-width of 50 feet. Jun 2010 (NOS NW-19548)
                                                                                               CGD08
        ADD            Old East Pass Harbor Channel Buoy 8, Red nun                             30-23-30.097N   086-30-22.394W

11405             29th Ed.     01-JUN-03        Last LNM: 34/10           NAD 83                                     34/10
 ChartTitle: Apalachee Bay
        Main Panel 168 APALACHEE BAY. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 01 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-06-51.500N   084-12-15.000W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 02 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-06-49.800N   084-12-15.800W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 03 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-06-18.600N   084-12-00.700W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 04 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-05-53.000N   084-11-42.000W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 05 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-05-05.500N   084-11-40.200W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 06 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-04-45.800N   084-11-17.000W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 07 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-04-37.000N   084-11-16.000W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 08 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-04-15.500N   084-11-26.200W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 09 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-03-44.000N   084-11-22.300W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 10 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-02-17.200N   084-10-37.000W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 11 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-01-27.300N   084-10-33.500W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 12 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-01-27.400N   084-10-32.000W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 13 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-02-17.500N   084-10-35.600W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 14 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-03-44.300N   084-11-20.800W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 15 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-04-15.300N   084-11-24.700W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 16 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-04-36.800N   084-11-14.500W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 17 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-04-46.400N   084-11-15.700W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 18 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-05-06.000N   084-11-38.700W
                                                                                               NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 19 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)             30-05-53.400N   084-11-40.500W
                                                                                               NOS



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        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 20 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-06-19.100N   084-11-59.400W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 21 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-06-49.700N   084-12-14.300W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits A PT 22 OF 22; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-06-50.900N   084-12-13.600W

11406             12th Ed.       01-DEC-06     Last LNM: 34/10          NAD 83                                34/10
 ChartTitle: St.Marks River and approaches
        Extension 147 ST MARKS RIVER AND APPROACHES. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 01 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-06-49.800N   084-12-15.800W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 02 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-06-18.600N   084-12-00.700W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 03 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-05-53.000N   084-11-42.000W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 04 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-05-05.500N   084-11-40.200W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 05 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-04-45.800N   084-11-17.000W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 06 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-04-37.000N   084-11-16.000W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 07 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-04-15.500N   084-11-26.200W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 08 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-03-44.000N   084-11-22.300W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 09 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-02-17.200N   084-10-37.000W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 10 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-01-27.300N   084-10-33.500W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 11 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-01-27.400N   084-10-32.000W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 12 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-02-17.500N   084-10-35.600W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 13 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-03-44.300N   084-11-20.800W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 14 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-04-15.300N   084-11-24.700W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 15 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-04-36.800N   084-11-14.500W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 16 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-04-46.400N   084-11-15.700W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 17 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-05-06.000N   084-11-38.700W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 18 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-05-53.400N   084-11-40.500W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 19 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-06-19.100N   084-11-59.400W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits C PT 20 OF 20; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-06-49.700N   084-12-14.300W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Tabulation - ST MARKS RIVER                                       30-06-37.000N   084-10-53.000W
                       http://ocsdata.ncd.noaa.gov/nm/SupportImage.asp?ItemID=196089;
                       Tabulation - ST MARKS RIVER (NOS NW-19225)

        Main Panel 146 ST MARKS RIVER AND APPROACHES. Page/Side: N/A
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 01 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-09-53.300N   084-11-51.200W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 02 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-09-50.700N   084-11-53.400W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 03 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-09-45.400N   084-11-51.200W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 04 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-09-41.900N   084-11-54.600W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 05 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-09-29.700N   084-11-54.600W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 06 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-09-21.000N   084-11-56.600W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 07 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-09-16.700N   084-12-04.300W
                                                                                        NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 08 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)      30-09-12.600N   084-12-21.600W




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                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 09 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-06.300N   084-12-27.900W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 10 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-05.500N   084-12-34.300W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 11 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-53.700N   084-12-41.800W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 12 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-42.600N   084-12-33.300W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 13 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-34.500N   084-12-31.700W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 14 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-19.500N   084-12-26.000W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 15 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-11.600N   084-12-27.400W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 16 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-01.900N   084-12-18.500W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 17 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-07-55.800N   084-12-17.600W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 18 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-07-47.300N   084-12-07.200W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 19 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-07-30.500N   084-11-58.700W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 20 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-07-03.100N   084-12-08.000W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 21 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-06-49.800N   084-12-15.800W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 22 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-06-32.200N   084-12-07.200W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 23 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-06-32.200N   084-12-05.700W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 24 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-06-49.700N   084-12-14.300W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 25 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-07-02.500N   084-12-06.600W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 26 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-07-30.600N   084-11-57.100W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 27 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-07-48.000N   084-12-06.000W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 28 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-07-56.400N   084-12-16.300W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 29 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-02.400N   084-12-17.100W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 30 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-11.900N   084-12-25.900W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 31 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-19.500N   084-12-24.500W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 32 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-34.800N   084-12-30.300W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 33 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-43.100N   084-12-32.000W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 34 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-08-53.700N   084-12-40.100W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 35 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-04.400N   084-12-33.300W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 36 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-05.100N   084-12-27.100W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 37 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-11.700N   084-12-21.000W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 38 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-15.800N   084-12-03.800W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 39 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-20.400N   084-11-55.600W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 40 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-29.600N   084-11-53.500W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 41 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-41.500N   084-11-53.400W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 42 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-45.200N   084-11-49.900W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 43 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-50.500N   084-11-52.100W
                                                                                      NOS
        CHANGE         Channel Limits B PT 44 OF 44; Chart No. 1 I20 (NOS NW-19224)    30-09-52.800N   084-11-50.300W




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                             25 August 2010
                                                               OIL RIG MOVEMENT
                                                              Drill Rigs/Vessels Removed
Latitude          Longitude          Block           Rigs/Vessel                   Chart          Type                    Status
29-17-43.789N      088-50-32.076W     MP-140         ENSCO 87                       11340         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED
28-51-22.956N      091-07-19.976W     SS-108         HERCULES 150                   11340         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED
29-00-05.541N      090-15-09.185W     ST-21          HERCULES 203                   11340         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED
28-58-10.638N      090-27-06.592W     ST-21          HERCULES 204                   11360         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED
29-37-38.829N      093-18-11.375W     WC-62          ROWAN BOB PALMER               11340         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED
28-35-59.446N      091-52-49.334W     SMI-77         Seahawk 2601                   11340         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED
                                                             Drill Rigs/Vessels Established

Latitude           Longitude         Block           Rigs/Vessel                    Chart         Type                    Status
28-54-17.394N      089-49-14.199W     WD-95          ENSCO 87                       11340         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED
28-51-22.884N      091-07-19.898W     SS-108         HERCULES 150                   11340         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED
28-59-30.306N      090-14-33.487W     ST-21          HERCULES 204                   11360         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED
28-10-18.352N      092-59-26.972W     EC-334         ROWAN BOB PALMER               11340         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED
28-34-39.539N      091-53-09.337W     SMI-77         Seahawk 2601                   11340         JACKUP                  UNREPORTED




                                                    SECTION V - ADVANCE NOTICES
    This section contains advance notice of approved projects, changes to aids to navigation, or upcoming temporary changes such as dredging, etc.
                                             Mariners are advised to use caution while transiting these areas.
                                                  SUMMARY OF ADVANCED APPROVED PROJECTS
Approved Project(s)                                                                                            Project Date        Ref. LNM
None

Advance Notice(s)
None



                                                     SECTION VI - PROPOSED CHANGES
    Periodically, the Coast Guard evaluates its system of aids to navigation to determine whether the conditions for which the aids to navigation were
  established have changed. When changes occur, the feasibility of improving, relocating, replacing, or discontinuing aids are considered. This section
  contains notice(s) of non-approved, proposed projects open for comment. SPECIAL NOTE: Mariners are requested to respond in writing to the District
                                               office unless otherwise noted (see banner page for address).

                                         PROPOSED WATERWAY PROJECTS OPEN FOR PUBLIC COMMENT

Proposed Project(s)                                                                              Closing          Docket No.       Ref. LNM
None

Proposed Change Notice(s)
             TX – CEDAR LAKES TO ESPIRITU SANTO BAY
   Relocate Colorado River East Jetty Entrance LT 2 (LLNR 25785) to new east jetty showing FL R 2.5s with 4TR dayboards.
   Establish Colorado River East Jetty Entrance Obstruction LT (LLNR 25785.01) at 28-35-25.974N 095-58-48.871W showing FL QW with 4NB
   dayboards.
   Comments will be taken until September 29, 2010.
       Charts:   11316   11319                                                                                       LNM: 08-10-37D

              TX – HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL – Houston Ship Channel
     Discontinue Houston Ship Channel LT 132 (LLNR-24445).
     Comments will be taken until September 22, 2010.
       Charts:   11325   11326   11329                                                                               LNM: 08-10-36D

              MS – DOG KEYS PASS TO WAVELAND – Dog Keys Pass
     Discontinue Dog Keys Pass Lighted Buoy 2 (LLNR-7505).
     Discontinue Dog Keys Pass Buoy 3 (LLNR-7510).
     Comments will be taken until September 15, 2010.
       Charts:   11372   11373   11374                                                                               LNM: 08-10-35D




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                          25 August 2010
                                                               SECTION VII - GENERAL
         This section contains information of general concern to the Mariners. Mariners are advised to use caution while transiting these areas.


             FL - GULF OF MEXICO - Sub-Surface Moorings
     Continuing until approximately November 2011, a number of sub-surface moorings have been deployed in the central Gulf of Mexico. There are 2
     types of moorings, tall moorings which come to within 70 meters of the surface and short moorings which are 100 meters above the bottom. The
     moorings have been set in the following approximate positions:
     Tall Moorings:
     25-57-39.966N 088-03-09.564W,
     25-49-00.696N 087-33-07.548W,
     25-40-31.884N 087-02-53.472W,
     25-29-09.852N 086-33-33.918W,
     26-15-14.670N 087-18-59.904W,
     26-06-42.066N 086-50-21.558W,
     25-55-37.014N 086-21-18.054W,
     26-22-32.160N 086-08-35.826W and
     26-10-44.190N 085-38-55.272W.
     Short Moorings:
     26-24-59.142N 087-51-00.396W,
     26-41-45.072N 087-07-35.208W,
     26-32-56.928N 086-37-18.078W,
     25-17-59.586N 086-04-47.010W,
     25-44-20.166N 085-51-44.634W,
     25-33-02.514N 085-22-59.190W and
     25-59-56.748N 085-09-12.984W.
     Mariners are urged to transit the area with caution.
       Charts: 1115A 11360                                                                                           LNM: E-MAIL

             FL - AL - MS - LA - GULF OF MEXICO - BEACHES AND TRIBUTARIES - Absorbent Booms, Piles and Barges - UPDATE
     Thousands of feet of absorbent boom, piles and numerous barges have been set in the Gulf of Mexico, along the beaches and in some tributaries,
     due to an oil spill. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in these areas.
        Chart 411                                                                                                  LNM: DPW

              FL - ST ANDREW BAY PASS - Containment Boom
     Containment Boom and piles are being set across St. Andrew Bay Pass. Once completed, a stand-by vessel will be on scene to move boom to
     allow traffic to pass. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in this area.
       Charts: 11390 11391                                                                                        LNM: DPW

              FL - GIWW - WEST BAY TO SANTA ROSA BAY - Bridge Painting - Vertical Clearance Reduced - UPDATE
     Painting operations, previously scheduled for the State Route 85(US 98) fixed span bridge (Brooks Bridge) across the GIWW, Mile 223.0, EHL, at
     Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, have been delayed. Work will begin in the near future and will involve scaffolding and containment drapes that will be
     suspended from the bridge, reducing the vertical clearance across the navigation channel and the entire waterway. Exact dimensions of the
     equipment and vertical clearance reductions have not yet been determined. Up-to-date information will be published as it becomes available.
         Chart 11385                                                                                                   LNM: OB

            FL - CHOCTAWHATCHEE BAY - ENTRANCE/EAST PASS - Containment Boom
     Containment Boom and piles are being set in the Choctawhatchee Bay Entrance and East Pass. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in this
     area.
        Chart 11385                                                                                              LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                       DPW

             FL - DESTIN - DESTIN PASS - Booming and Oil Skimming
     Destin Pass in Destin, Florida, will be closed during incoming/flood tides. Vessel traffic will not be allowed to transit Destin Pass during this time.
     During all other times, local mariners may request permission to transit by contacting the vessel conducting booming and skimming operations on
     VHF-FM Channel 81A. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution while transiting the area.
        Chart 11385                                                                                                          LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                                    0416-10
                                                                                                                                    MO

               FL - PENSACOLA PASS - Booming and Oil Skimming
     During incoming tides, vessel traffic will not be allowed to transit Pensacola Pass. During all other times, local mariners may request permission to
     transit by condtacting the vessel conducting booming on VHF-FM Channel 78. There are extensive booming and oil skimming operations in the
     vicinity of Pensacola Pass including areas throughout the back bays. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution while transiting the area.
       Charts: 11378 11383                                                                                                  LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                                  0401-10
                                                                                                                                  MO




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                                  25 August 2010
              FL - AL - MS - COTP Safety Zone
     The COTP Mobile has established a safety zone surrounding all Deepwater Horizon booming operations and oil response efforts taking place within
     the Mobile COTP Zone. Vessels must not come within 20 meters of booming operations, boom, or oil spill response efforts. Mariners are urged to
     transit the area with caution and maintain a no wake zone. Mariners can contact the Coast Guard via VHF-FM Channel 16 or at (251) 441-5976.
       Charts: 11373 11376 11378                                                                                    LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                           0526-10
                                                                                                                           MO

              AL - PERDIDO PASS - Channel Conditions
     During incoming tides, vessel traffic will not be allowed to transit Perdido Pass. During all other times, local mariners will be permitted to transit the
     area. Mariners are advised there is extensive booming and oil skimming operations in the vicinity of Perdido Pass including areas throughout the
     back bays. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in the area.
      Charts: 11378 11382                                                                                                   LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                                    087-10

             AL - MOBILE RIVER - Bridge Construction - UPDATE
     Construction continues on the bridge replacement project at the CSX Railroad Swing Span Bridge, also known as the 14-Mile Bridge, across the
     Mobile River at Mile 13.3. Concrete pouring operations are being conducted daily at the west channel side of the main pier and at the east edge of
     the auxiliary channel. Numerous crane and material barges are working on both sides of the channel outside the fender system.

     Concurrent with the work at Mile 13.3, the 400-long by 55-foot wide truss span for the bridge is being constructed just downstream of the
     Interstate 65 Bridge at Mile 21.0, approximately 7.7 miles upstream of the CSX Railroad Bridge on the left descending bank side of the river. The
     truss span will be constructed on a 40-foot by 360-foot lift span assembly platform, reported to be located in approximate position 30-54-48.9N
     087-57-42.4W. Just downstream of the lift span assembly platform, a group of 4 mooring dolphins have been reported established, parallel to the
     bank, in approximate position 30-54-47.1N 087-57-38.8W. Across the river on the right descending bank, a temporary access dock has been
     constructed in position 30-54-45.7N 087-57-49.6W. The truss span and the mooring piles will be lighted with fixed red lights on the channelward
     extremities.

     Mariners should be alert for equipment working within the river near the I-65 Bridge, as well as the 14-Mile Bridge, and should exercise caution
     when transiting these areas. For passing instructions, mariners may contact the Motor Vessel CAP’N JUD on VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16. For up-
     to-date information, mariners can contact the Scott Bridge Company at (334) 749-5045 or the Eighth Coast Guard District Bridge Administration
     Branch at (504) 671-2128. Construction is expected to be ongoing until the summer of 2012.
        Chart 11376                                                                                                      LNM: OB

             AL - WEEKS BAY - Containment Barges
     Containment Barges have been set across Weeks Bay in the vicinity of approximate position 30-22-31.0N 087-50-12.0W. All navigation will be
     closed, during periods of incoming tides, until further notice. Mariners may contact the U.S. Coast Guard at (251) 441-5976, for further
     information.
         Chart 11376                                                                                                   LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                             DPW

             MS - MISSISSIPPI SOUND - Rig Operation
     Continuing until approximately September 8, 2010, the Rig H 200 is operating within 1 nautical mile of a safety fairway, Mobile Area, Block 821, in
     approximate position 30-10-32.879N 088-14-32.433W. Mariners are urged to transit the area with extreme caution.
      Charts: 1115A 11360                                                                                               LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                              0147-10
                                                                                                                              DPW

             MS - CAT ISLAND - Wreck
     A 57-foot partially submerged S/V has been reported near Cat Island in approximate position 30-14-54.0N 089-06-30.0W. The wreck is reportedly
     not marked. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in the area.
      Charts: 11371 11372                                                                                          LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                        144-10

             MS - OCEAN SPRINGS SHORELINE - Oil Containment Boom
     Eight sections of oil containment boom will be set along the shoreline of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, between approximate positions 30-25-31.2N
     088-51-10.2W and 30-23-32.0N 088-47-47.1W. The boom is reportedly not lighted. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in the area.
        Chart 11376

             MS - BILOXI CHANNEL - Containment Boom
     Containment Boom has been set across Biloxi Channel from the southeastern tip of Deer Island to the southern entrance of Davis Bayou.
     Designated vessels will be on scene to open the boom upon request. Request for openings can be made via VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16, to the
     designated vessels. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in this area.
        Chart 11373                                                                                                LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                          DPW

             MS - DAVIS BAYOU AND FORT BAYOU - Containment Boom




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                                  25 August 2010
            MS - DAVIS BAYOU AND FORT BAYOU - Containment Boom
     Containment Boom has been set across Davis Bayou and Fort Bayou. The bayous will be closed. Mariners may arrange for passage by contacting
     DMR Marine Patrol on scene or DMR Dispatch at (251) 441-5720. Mariners are urged to avoid this area.
       Chart 11373                                                                                              LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                      DPW

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Rig Operation
     Continuing until approximately September 20, 2010, the Rig ENSCO 87 is operating within 1 nautical mile of a safety fairway, Main Pass Area, Block
     140, approximate position 29-17-43.789N 088-50-32.076W. Mariners are urged to transit at the area with caution.
      Charts: 1115A 11360                                                                                             LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                             0137-10
                                                                                                                             DPW

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Rig Operation
     Continuing until approximately September 17, 2010, the Rig ENSCO 68 is operating within 1 nautical mile of a safety fairway, Main Pass Area, Block
     298, approximate position 29-16-31.235N 088-44-30.577W. Mariners are urged to transit the area with caution.
      Charts: 1115A 11360                                                                                             LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                             0146-10
                                                                                                                             DPW

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Rig Operation
     Continuing until approximately September 4, 2010, the Rig NABORS DOLPHIN 106 is operating within 1 nautical mile of a safety fairway, Main Pass
     Area, Block 298, in approximate position 29-16-31.235N 088-44-30.577W. Mariners are urged to transit the area with caution.
      Charts: 1115A 11360                                                                                          LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                           0148-10
                                                                                                                           DPW

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Dive and ROV Operations
     Continuing until approximately September 6, 2010, Taylor Energy will be conducting dive and ROV operations associated with the disassembly of
     an offshore platform. This work will be conducted in close proximity to a safety fairway in the Gulf of Mexico, Mississippi Canyon Area, Block 20,
     approximate position 28-56-25N 088-58-12W. Operations will be conducted 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The M/V ADAM CHALLENGER will be
     monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16. Mariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution. For
     up-to-date information, mariners can contact, Mr. John Wood, at (504) 616-5820.
      Charts: 1115A 11360                                                                                                LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                                 0916-10
                                                                                                                                 NO

              LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Submerged Obstruction
     Removal operations of a 140-foot section of pipeline are being conducted in the Gulf of Mexico in Grand Isle Block 10 in approximate center
     position 29-11-37.0N 089-56-10.0W. The ends of the pipeline are reportedly marked with buoys. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in
     the area.
       Charts: 1116A 11340 11352 11358 11366                                                                            LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                               147-10

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - PELICAN ISLAND - Dredging - UPDATE
     Continuing until further notice, the barges towed by tugs, will bottom dump dredged material within 4,000 feet radius of a central point of
     approximate position 29-12-18N 089-39-00W. The dredged material will be picked up by the Cutterhead Dredge E.W. ELLEFSEN and pumped
     through a combination of floating and submerged pipelines to the western end of Pelican Island, Plaquemine Parish, Louisiana, in the vicinity of the
     east Empire Waterway Jetty. The area of activity is bounded by the following approximate positions:
     Point 1: 29-11-31N 089-39-05W,
     Point 2: 29-15-07N 089-35-44W,
     Point 3: 29-15-33N 089-36-26W and
     Point 4: 29-12-33N 089-39-45W.
     The dredges will be working 24-hours a day, 7-days a week and will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 16 or 67. Mariners are urged to transit the
     area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with extreme caution after passing arrangements have been made.
        Chart 11367                                                                                                   LNM: E-MAIL

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Hydrographic Surverying
     Continuing until approximately October 31, 2010, the Vessel INEZ MCCALL will be conducting hydrographic surveying bound by the following
     approximate positions:
     29-01-04.592N 091-10-06.573W,
     28-59-24.372N 090-47-47.265W,
     28-52-35.543N 090-47-55.975W,
     28-43-33.353N 090-58-43.656W and
     29-00-53.091N 091-10-02.434W.
     A towed sidescan sonar and hull mounted multibeam echo sounder will be used to collect hydrographic survey data. Surveying will be performed
     24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The vessel is restricted in maneuverability and will be displaying the appropriate day shapes and lights. The
     Vessel INEZ MCCALL will be monitoring VHF-FM Channel 16. A ¼ nautical mile berth is urged.



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                             25 August 2010
            LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Hydrographic Surverying
      Charts: 1116A 11340                                                                                            LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                          0105-10
                                                                                                                          DPW

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Rig Operations
     Continuing until approximately August 28, 2010, the Rig GSF DEVELOPMENT DRILLER I is operating within 1 nautical mile of a safety fairway, Ship
     Shoal Area, Block 313, in approximate position 28-11-54.000N 091-00-00.000W. Mariners are urged to transit the area with extreme caution.
      Charts: 1116A 11340                                                                                          LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                          0110-10
                                                                                                                          DPW

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Rig Operation
     Continuing until approximately August 29, 2010, the Rig ATWOOD RICHMOND is operating within 1 nautical mile of a safety fairway, Eugene
     Island Area, Block 28, approximate position 28-17-51.270N 091-43-43.650W. Mariners are urged to transit the area with caution.
       Charts: 1116A 11340                                                                                        LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                         0140-10

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Rig Operations
     Continuing until approximately September 16, 2010, the Rig HERCULES 150 is operating within 1 nautical mile of a safety fairway, Ship Shoal Area,
     Block 77, approximate position 28-51-22.884N 091-07-19.898W. Mariners are urged to transit the area with extreme caution.
       Charts: 1116A 11340                                                                                           LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                            0153-10
                                                                                                                            DPW

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Rig Operations
     Continuing until approximately September 11, 2010, the Rig HERCULES 150 is operating within 1 nautical mile of safety fairway, Eugene Island
     Area, Block 32, approximate position 28-51-22.956N 091-07-19.976W. Mariners are urged to transit the area with extreme caution.
      Charts: 1116A 11360                                                                                            LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                            0149-10
                                                                                                                            DPW

             LA - GULF OF MEXICO - Rig Operations
     Continuing until approximately September 11, 2010, the Rig SEAHAWK 2601 is operating within 1 nautical mile of a safety fairway, South Marsh
     Area, Block 77, approximate position 28-34-39.539N 091-53-09.337W. Mariners are urged to transit the area with extreme caution.
      Charts: 1116A 11340                                                                                           LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                           0152-10
                                                                                                                           DPW

              LA - GULF OF MEXICO, BEACHES AND TRIBUTARIES - Booming Operations
     Booming operations are being conducted in the following areas: Caminada Pass, Barataria Pass, Coup Abel, Four Bayou Pass, Grand Isle, Lake
     Pelto, Port Fourchon, Terrebone Bay, Timbalier Bay, Caminada Bay, Carrlou Lake, Port of Venice, Tiger Pass, Baptiste Collette, Rigolets, Venice
     Jump, South Pass, Southeast Pass, Pass a Loutre, Hopedale, Cocodire, Franklin and Bayou St. Dennis. Booming operations could be anywhere oil
     or pollutants have been found. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution and to avoid oil contaminated water, booming and skimming
     operations.
        Chart 411                                                                                                   LNM: DPW

             LA - SOUTHWEST PASS - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately September 15, 2010, the Dredge McFARLAND will be working in the Southwest Pass from Head of Passes to the
     lower jetty bar channel and the Mississippi River to Mile 6.5, AHOP. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The Dredge
     McFARLAND will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 16 or 67, for sailing instructions. Mariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to
     minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
        Chart 11361                                                                                                   LNM: ACOE NO

             LA - SOUTHWEST PASS - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately October 1, 2010, the Dredge WHEELER is working in Southwest Pass from Head of Passes to the lower jetty and
     bar channel and the Mississippi River from Head of Passes (Mile 0) to Mile 6.5, AHOP. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
     The Dredge WHEELER will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 16 or 67. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize
     wake and proceed with extreme caution after passing arrangements have been made.
        Chart 11361                                                                                                   LNM: E-MAIL

             LA - SOUTHWEST PASS - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - Constructing Pile Dikes
     Continuing until further notice, contractors will be constructing pile dikes in the area between Mile 18.5, BHOP to Mile 20.1, BHOP, in Southwest
     Pass. Work requires personnel to work onboard small barges with little freeboard. The M/V EMMA D or the M/V IRENE Z will be monitoring VHF-FM
     Channels 16, 67 or 69. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake proceed with extreme caution.
        Chart 11361                                                                                                      LNM: E-MAIL




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                          25 August 2010
              LA - GIWW - Cofferdam Construction
     Continuing until further notice, U.S. Government contracted work has begun on the GIWW at approximate Mile 15.5, EHL. The first phase of the
     cofferdam construction is on the north side of the worksite. Work will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Mariners are urged to be
     alert of cofferdam installation equipment will be active in the main channel area. The M/V JENNIFER B. SETTOON will be monitoring VHF-FM
     Channels 16 or 18. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing
     arrangements have been made. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact Hurricane Protection Office, Stephen Cali, at (504) 595-2594 or
     LTC Victor Zillmer, at (504) 491-5694.
       Charts: 11367 11371                                                                                           LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                            0958-10
                                                                                                                            NO

            LA - BAYOU BIENVENUE - Completely Closed - UPDATE
     Bayou Bienvenue Waterway is now completely closed to mariners, due to ongoing construction of the future vertical lift gate. This construction will
     be underway until approximately June 2011. The exact location is approximately ¼ mile east of the MRGO, approximate position 30-00-06N 089-
     12-14W. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact Stephen Cali at (504) 595-2594.
      Charts: 11364 11367 11369 11371                                                                              LNM: SECTOR
                                                                                                                            NO

             LA - BAYOU BIENVENUE - Traffic Restriction
     Bayou Bienvenue marine traffic will be restricted due to the Paris Road to Bayou Dupre temporary bridge construction. All mariners are urged to
     use extreme caution when navigating this area. Vessels with less than 14 feet height above the water (based on Bayou Bienvenue gauge
     readings of 2.0 (NAVD 88) may transit without delay. For all other vessels, the bridge will be opened 4-times a day for passage. The following
     opening schedule is in effect until further notice:
     5:30 a.m. until 6:00 a.m.,
     11:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.,
     3:00 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. and
     7:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
     The temporary bridge will remain closed from 8:00 p.m. until 5:30 a.m., through the summer of 2011. Additionally, Bayou Dupree is currently
     closed to all marine traffic and will remain closed until the Summer 2011. Marine traffic will need to utilize Bayou Bievnvenue to exit the central
     wetlands. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact Mr. Chris Gilmore, at (504) 862-1961.
       Charts: 11364 11367 11369 11371                                                                                      LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                                 0317-10
                                                                                                                                 NO

             LA - VIOLET CANAL - BAYOU BIENVENUE AND BAYOU DUPREE FLOOD CONTROL STRUCTURES - Floodgate Construction -
             Temporary Bridge Construction and Waterway Closure
     Construction has begun on a new temporary removable span bridge across Bayou Bienvenue, adjacent to and west of the existing flood control
     structure. The bridge will be used in conjunction with the on-going project to raise the levees and the flood gates at Bayou Bienvenue and Bayou
     Dupree. The new temporary bridge will provide a vertical clearance of 14 feet above mean high water. It will not change the existing horizontal
     clearance between the existing fender system. Navigation lights are currently being changed from fixed white to fixed red, 180-degree lights on
     each of the 4 ends of the fender system. The new bridge span will have two 360-degree green center span lights. The span of the temporary
     bridge will be removed during the following times each day to pass vessels which require greater than 14 feet of vertical clearance: 5:30 a.m. until
     6:30 a.m.; 11:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.; 3:00 p.m. until 3:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.

     In conjunction with construction of the flood gate at Bayou Dupree, the waterway has been completely closed to all navigation.
       Charts: 11364 11367 11369 11371                                                                              LNM: OB

               LA - ST. BERNARD AND PLAQUMINES PARISHES - Oil Containment Boom
     To mitigate the environmental impacts of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, more than 1,200 protection pilings have been established in St. Bernard
     and Plaquemines Parishes. Each piling is spaced approximately 500 feet apart, have oil protection boom stretched between to deflect the oil
     encroachment and have quick flash yellow lights. The pilings form 2 separate protection barriers with the first beginning in the vicinity of St.
     Joseph Point near Heron Bay and continuing southeast to Half Moon Island. This barrier continues southwest from the southern end of Half Moon
     Island to Malheureux Point.
     The second barrier begins near Isle au Pitre and continues east-southeast to position 30-05-56.68N, 089-07-11.27W; then west-southwest in the
     vicinity of Gardner Island; thence southwest to the west side of the Mississippi River-Gulf Outlet Channel to the vicinity of Stone Island; then due
     south to the vicinity of California Point; then southeast to position 29-24-44.77N, 089-29-30.98W; then to the vicinity of Deepwater Point; ending
     at a point in the vicinity of Baptiste Collette Bayou Light 2 (LLNR-12360) in position 29-24-27.01N, 089-18-46.9W. Mariners are requested to use
     extreme caution when transiting these areas.
         Chart 11363                                                                                                     LNM: DPW

              LA - THE RIGOLETS - Visible Obstructions
     Numerous barges have been moored to pilings across The Rigolets in the vicinity of approximate position 30-10-24.0N 089-41-20W, as an oil
     barrier. The barges are reportedly marked with yellow lights at night. A navigational channel approximately 300 to 400 feet wide has been
     established off the south side of the channel near Light 3 (LLNR-9570). The northern side of the channel is marked with temporary Light 2A (No
     LLNR). Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in the area.
      Charts: 11367 11371                                                                                             LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                             085-10




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                              25 August 2010
             LA - GIWW - Construction
     Continuing until approximately April 30, 2013, construction will be conducted in the GIWW approximate Mile 6.0, WHL to approximate Mile 8.0,
     WHL. Barges and support vessels will be in the vicinity. Construction will be performed 24-hours a day, 6-days a week. For up-to-information,
     mariners can contact the project manager at (504) 941-7400. Mariners are urged to transit the area with extreme caution.
       Chart 11367                                                                                                    LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                            1271-09
                                                                                                                            NO

              LA - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - Repairs to Foreshore Protection Dikes
     Continuing until approximately December 10, 2010, a U.S. Government Contractor will be conducting repairs to the existing stone foreshore dikes
     on both banks of the Lower Mississippi River, approximate Mile 10.7, AHOP to the Southwest Pass Jetties. Work will be performed 7-days a week,
     during daylight hours only. The M.V CROSBY RAMBLER will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16. Mariners are urged to transit the area at
     their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made. For up-to-date information,
     mariners can contact the ACOE, Mr. Dow Rawson, at (504) 862-2952.
        Chart 11370                                                                                                 LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                           1029-10
                                                                                                                           NO

              LA - LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER - Dike Repairs
     Continuing until approximately September 6, 2010, a U.S. Government contractor will be performing repairs to the foreshore dikes along the LDB
     of Mile 68.0, AHOP and Mile 82.0, AHOP, on the RDB of Mile 62.5, AHOP, of the Lower Mississippi River. Work will be performed during daylight
     hours only, 7-days a week. The plant will consist of numerous barges. The M/V BENGAL will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16. Mariners
     are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
     For up-to-date information, mariners can contact Mr. Don Rowson, ACOE, at (504) 862-2952.
        Chart 11370                                                                                                   LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                             1102-10
                                                                                                                             NO

             LA - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - MILE 100.0, AHOP, LDB - Repairs
     Continuing until approximately September 17, 2010, LA High Tech Electric will be conducting electrical modifications on container cranes at the
     Napolean and Nashville Ave. Terminal Complex. Work will be conducted from 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Mariners are
     urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact Mr. Troy Drovant, at (504) 416-
     7067.
      Charts: 11364 11367 11368                                                                                         LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                               0907-10
                                                                                                                               NO

             LA - LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN - Regatta
     The Coast Guard has received a report that South Shore Yacht Club will be sponsoring a regatta at approximately 11:00 a.m. until 2:30 p.m., on
     August 28, 2010. The event will take place on the south shore of Lake Ponchartrain in the vicinity of South Shore Yacht Club. During the regatta,
     concerned mariners may contact the Sector New Orleans Command Center at (504) 365-2543. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact
     Brian Weir of South Shore Yacht Club, at (504) 415-0155.
         Chart 11369                                                                                                  LNM: SECTOR
                                                                                                                             NO

             LA - LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN - Bridge Construction - UPDATE
     Construction continues on the project to replace the existing dual fixed span bridges on Interstate 10 across Lake Pontchartrain between New
     Orleans, Orleans Parish and Slidell, St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana. Construction is mostly concentrated on the north and south shores of the lake
     where construction of the approach spans are being conducted. However, numerous tugs, crane barges, material barges and other floating
     equipment may be working at various locations across the entire lake at any time.

     Temporary navigation lights have been established on the easternmost span of the new bridge. The lights consist of a green 360-degree center
     span light and two red 180-degree channel limit lights on the east side of the easternmost span only. The pier footings of the new bridge have
     been marked with fixed red 180-degree lights on the channel ward corners. The bridge piers of the new structure do not align with the piers of
     the old existing bridge. The navigation lights will be also maintained on the old bridge structure until the old bridges are demolished.

     Mariners are reminded that numerous groups of mooring piles and survey platforms, reported established in the approximate positions below, will
     remain throughout the remainder of the construction project. The piles are 24-inch diameter steel pipe piles, extending approximately 13 feet
     above water. The mooring piles and survey platforms are reported to be lighted with fixed white lights at night. Note that material and/or crane
     barges are frequently moored to the pilings and are reported to be lighted according to the Navigation Rules at night.
     Mooring piles – positions approximate:
     30-12-33.6N 089-48-12.9W,
     30-12-33.0N 089-48-13.6W,
     30-12-32.8N 089-48-13.9W,
     30-12-32.4N 089-48-14.4W,
     30-11-53.9N 089-49-38.1W,
     30-11-54.1N 089-49-38.7W,
     30-11-53.9N 089-49-38.9W,
     30-11-53.4N 089-49-39.3W,



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                           25 August 2010
             LA - LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN - Bridge Construction - UPDATE
     30-11-37.0N 089-50-13.0W,
     30-10-10.0N 089-50-45.0W,
     30-09-49.8N 089-51-00.4W,
     30-09-49.0N 089-51-00.0W,
     30-09-48.7N 089-50-59.9W,
     30-09-48.1N 089-50-59.6W,
     30-10-57.8N 089-48-53.6W,
     30-10-57.6N 089-48-53.0W,
     30-10-57.5N 089-48-52.6W,
     30-10-57.3N 089-48-51.6W,
     30-10-50.7N 089-48-55.1W,
     30-09-08.5N 089-51-20.9W,
     30-09-08.5N 089-51-20.7W,
     30-12-36.4N 089-47-39.6W,
     30-12-36.6N 089-47-39.4W,
     30-12-36.3N 089-47-39.2W,
     30-12-36.2N 089-47-39.1W,
     30-12-36.1N 089-47-38.9W.
     Survey towers – positions approximate:
     30-12-02N 089-48-06W,
     30-11-42N 089-48-28W,
     30-11-52N 089-48-17W,
     30-11-32N 089-48-39W.
     Mariners are urged to operate only within the navigation channel and to exercise caution in the vicinity of the construction project. For up-to-date
     information, mariners can contact Volkert Construction Services at (985) 661-1455.
       Charts: 11367 11369 11371                                                                                        LNM: OB

            LA - LACOMBE BAYOU - POWELL CANAL - Bridge Construction - UPDATE
     Construction is underway on the project to replace the existing fixed span bridge across Powell Canal, Mile 0.38, above the confluence with
     Lacombe Bayou, on Lake Road, approximately 2-miles south of Lacombe in St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana. Mariners are urged to be alert of the
     presence of construction equipment working within the waterway and should exercise caution when operating in the area.
        Chart 11369                                                                                                    LNM: OB

             LA - NEW ORLEANS HARBOR - Dredging
     Continuing until further notice, the Cutterhead Dredge BORINQUEN will be working at various locations in the Mississippi River between Mile 88.0,
     AHOP and Mile 102.0, AHOP. The first assignment will be along the LDB in front of the Thalia Street Wharf and the Poydras Street Wharf. The
     dredged material will be discharged beyond the minus 50-foot contour in the Mississippi River. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days
     week. The pontoon line will have yellow flashing lights mounted on the line with 2 stacked red lights at the discharge. The Cutterhead Dredge
     BORINQUEN will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 16 or 67. Mariners are urged transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed
     with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
        Chart 11367                                                                                                      LNM: E-MAIL

               LA - LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER - NEW ORLEANS TO BATON ROUGE - HUEY P. LONG BRIDGE - Bridge Construction - River
               Closures - UPDATE
     Construction continues on the widening project for the Huey P. Long, U.S. 90 Bridge across the Lower Mississippi River at Mile 106.1, AHOP. Work
     platforms have been installed under all spans of the bridge except Span II, the main navigation span. (See attachments to this notice for span
     identification.) Where work platforms have been installed, the vertical clearance has been reduced by 8 feet, 2 inches. In the main navigation
     span, between Piers I and II, rail beams have been installed below the bridge, reducing the vertical clearance by 2 feet. Suspended from the rail
     platforms are two 64-foot wide movable platforms. These platforms remain adjacent to the bridge piers except for days when navigation
     restrictions are in effect to allow the platforms to be moved out over the main navigation channel. The platforms reduce the vertical clearance by
     10 feet, 8 inches. Seventy-two inch piles, previously used to moor barges between Pier I and the West Bank, remain along with other
     construction equipment. In the interest of safety, mariners must not attempt to transit between Pier A and Pier I.

     In order to facilitate work being done by the barge anchored directly upstream of the bridge pier, Huey P. Long Bridge Approach Buoy C (LLNR-
     13790), has been temporarily discontinued until further notice.

     On closure days, a temporary reporting point for all down-bound vessels has been established at Guy Mallory Light 114 (LLNR-13825), Mile 112.9.
     Vessels operating in close proximity to the Huey P. Long Bridge sector (Guy Mallory Light 114 to Cargill Grain Elevator – Westwego Mile 103.1) are
     required to monitor VHF-FM Channel 12, for updates and up to the minute instructions on vessel movement plans after reopening of the
     waterway. Vessel Traffic Services (VTS) retains control over the closing and reopening of the river for marine traffic under the Safety Zone;
     Lower Mississippi River Mile 105.6 to Mile 106.6 established by the Coast Guard Captain of the Port New Orleans under the Ports and Waterways
     Safety Act. Vessels intending to transit in the vicinity of the Huey P. Long Bridge during the periods of channel closure or restricted traffic shall
     follow all directions from VTS. All vessels will be required to contact "New Orleans Traffic" on VHF-FM Channel 12, for permission to transit through
     the construction site during the closure periods and for reopening transit.

     Mariners are urged to monitor Marine Safety Bulletins, issued by Coast Guard Sector New Orleans, Waterways Management Division, for updates
     on the schedules for blockages, speed restrictions and waterway closures. A Marine Safety Bulletin and current schedule can be obtained by
     sending a request to U.S. Coast Guard Sector New Orleans at: D08-PF-SECNEWORLEANS-WATERWAYS@uscg.mil, or by calling (504) 565-5103.




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                              25 August 2010
              LA - LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER - NEW ORLEANS TO BATON ROUGE - HUEY P. LONG BRIDGE - Bridge Construction - River
              Closures - UPDATE
     Bulletins are also attached to this Local Notice to Mariners each week. Additionally, mariners can contact the U.S. Coast Guard Vessel Traffic
     Center 24-hours a day, at (504) 589-2780 or on VHF-FM Channels 16 or 67 and on VHF-FM Channel 12, in the construction area.
         Chart 11370                                                                                                    LNM: OB

              LA - LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER - Hale Boggs Bridge Work - Reduced Vertical Clearance - UPDATE
     Work on the Hale Boggs I-310 fixed bridge across the Mississippi River, Mile 121.7, AHOP, at Luling, continues. Replacement of the bridge’s cable
     stays is being performed from a fixed traveler platform hanging beneath the bridge. Phase 1 of the project began downstream at Pier 2 on the
     right descending bank of the Luling side, and the platform reduces the bridge’s vertical clearance over that portion of the main navigation channel.
     Phase 1 is expected to last through October 2010. The platform will remain in place for the duration of the work, and will be moved in October to
     the Destrehan side to begin Phase 2 of the project. The entire project consists of 4 phases lasting a total of approximately 2-years. Mariners are
     urged to transit the area with caution.
       Charts: 11367 11370                                                                                              LNM: OB

              LA - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - MILE 138.5, AHOP - Pipe Driving Operations
     Continuing until approximately January 2012, Continental Construction Company will be conducting pile driving operations to build a dock at the
     Port of South Louisiana, approximate Mile 138.5, AHOP, Lower Mississippi River. Work will be conducting from 6:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m., Monday
     through Friday. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake. For up-to-date information, mariners can
     contact Jeff Bordelon, at (504) 398-0014 or (901) 461-1979.
        Chart 11370                                                                                                  LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                            0889-10
                                                                                                                            NO

             LA - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - MILE 160.0, AHOP, RDB - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately August 30, 2010, the M/V Dredge ERGON ST. JAMES will be conducting dredging operations at approximate Mile
     160.0, AHOP, RDB, of the Lower Mississippi River. Dredging will be performed during daylight hours only, 7-days a week. The M/V Dredge ERGON
     ST. JAMES will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 16 or 67. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and
     proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact Mr. Shane Rougee, at (225)
     265-6424.
        Chart 11370                                                                                                  LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                            1018-10
                                                                                                                            NO

             LA - LOWER MISSISSIPPI RIVER - ABOVE BATON ROUGE - Bridge Construction - No Wake Zones - UPDATE
     Construction continues on the new fixed span bridge across the Lower Mississippi River, at Mile 261.8, AHOP, between St. Francisville and New
     Roads, Point Coupee Parish and West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana. Numerous crane barges and material barges are working in the area around the
     bridge pier construction sites, 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Frequent crossings of the navigation channel are made day and night by a crew
     boat and tugs with material barges.

     UPDATE: Tower cranes have been erected on the south side of each river pier location and are in use throughout the day and night. Loaded
     material barges are moored on the south side of each river pier. Main span steel erection has begun with deck construction advancing over the
     center on the navigation channel throughout the rest of this year.

     In order to ensure the safety of workers, all mariners are requested not to pass close aboard the cofferdams and to transit the construction site
     at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake. Mariners are advised to monitor Marine Safety Bulletins, issued by the Coast Guard Coast Guard
     Marine Safety Unit Baton Rouge, Waterways Management Division, for updates on safety zones and possible waterway closures during these
     operations. The M/V AUDUBON is on scene and will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 74. Mariners are urged to contact the M/V AUDUBON in
     advance of arrival at the construction site for passing instructions. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact Audubon Construction at
     (225) 650-0735 or (225) 650-0752.
                                                                                                                       LNM: OB

              LA - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - BATON ROUGE - Bridge Fender Replacement - UPDATE
     Work continues on the project to replace the bridge pier fendering system on the Interstate 10 Bridge across the Mississippi River, Mile 229.3, at
     Baton Rouge, Louisiana. A 293-foot by 80-foot crane barge as been anchored on a 5-point anchor spread approximately 500 feet north of Pier 5,
     the pier on the east side of the navigation channel (left descending bank side). Anchor buoys will be established to mark each of the anchors.
     Anchor buoys closest to the navigation channel will be lighted with quick-flashing red lights. The remaining anchor buoys will be lighted with fixed
     white lights and the barge will be lighted with fixed white lights on each of the 4 corners, as per the Navigation Rules.

     UPDATE: A temporary diversion structure has been placed in the water on the upstream side of Pier 5. Also, 2 auxiliary piles have been
     established approximately 25 feet east and west of Pier 5. They are reported to be lighted with a fixed white light on each pile. Piles are also
     being driven on the east and west sides of Pier 5 under the bridge. I-10 Bridge Approach Buoy F (LLNR-14890) and Buoy G (LLNR-14895) have
     been temporarily discontinued until further notice.

     Mariners are urged to avoid passing close aboard the construction activities and to exercise extreme caution at slowest safe speed to minimize
     wake.
       Chart 11370                                                                                                     LNM: OB




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                             25 August 2010
             LA - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - BELMONT CROSSING - Dredging
     Continuing until further notice, the Dredge TERRAPIN ISLAND will be working at approximate Mile 152.0, AHOP, Belmont Crossing. Dredging will be
     performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The dredge will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 16 or 67. Mariners are urged transit at their slowest
     safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
        Chart 11370                                                                                                LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                         0513-10
                                                                                                                         NO

               LA - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - ALHAMBRA CROSSING - Dredging - UPDATE
     Continuing until October 30, 2010, the Dredge JADWIN will be working at Alhambra Crossing, approximate Mile 191.0, AHOP, of the Mississippi
     River. Upon completion of this assignment, the dredge may work the other deep draft crossings from Baton Rouge to New Orleans. The dredge
     will discharge to either side through floating pipelines; also the dredge will give way to vessels using the waterway. Dredging will be performed 24-
     hours a day, 7-days a week. The Dredge JADWIN will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 16 or 67. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their
     slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
          Chart 11370                                                                                                     LNM: ACOE NO

             LA - MISSISSIPPI RIVER - MEDORA CROSSING - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately October 30, 2010, the U.S. Government Dustpan Dredge HURLEY will be working at the Mississippi River Crossing
     between approximate Mile 234.0 AHOP to Mile 151.0, AHOP. The first dredging location will be Medora Crossing, approximate Mile 211.0, AHOP,
     of the Mississippi River. Upon completion of this assignment, the dredge may work the other deep draft crossings from Baton Rouge to New
     Orleans. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The Dredge HURLEY will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 16 or 67. Mariners
     are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
         Chart 11370                                                                                                  LNM: ACOE NO

             LA - GIWW - Dredging - UPDATE
     Continuing until approximately August 31, 2010, the Bucket Dredge #646 will be working in the GIWW from Mile 249.0 to Mile 250.0, Cameron
     Parish Louisiana. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The Bucket Dredge #646 will be monitoring VHF-FM Channel 72.
     Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have
     been made. For up-to-date information, mariners can call (985) 991-9047.
        Chart 11370                                                                                                   LNM: E-MAIL

            LA - ABEL PASS/COUP ABEL PASS - Not Recommend for Passage
     Coup Abel Pass/Abel Pass has been totally closed to navigation by protective boom and barges. Mariners are urged to seek alternative passage.
      Charts: 11352 11358 11365                                                                                    LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                          DPW

             LA - BAY MARCHAND - Pipeline Lowering Operation
     Continuing until approximately September 3, 2010, Chevon USA, Inc. will be conducting pipeline lowering operations to install a 6-inch pipeline in
     Bay Marchand Area, Blocks 3 and 4. The work will start at approximate position 29-04-26.3N 090-10-19.9W and end at approximate position 29-
     01-37.5N 090-12-55.7W. Work will be performed 24-hours a day. The M/V LB CHICKASAW and M/V MSV PIONEER’S will be on scene and
     monitoring VHF-FM Channels 16 or 79. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with
     caution after passing arrangements have been made. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact Mr. Jim Kober, at (512) 501-5460/61 or
     (512) 501-5513.
        Chart 11358                                                                                                  LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                            0973-10
                                                                                                                            NO

               LA - BARATARIA WATERWAY - LAFITTE HARBOR MARINA - Removing Pile Clusters
     Continuing until approximately July 6, 2011, Regency Construction will be digging floatation access and removing the northern pile clusters located
     approximately 1.3 miles south of the Lafitte Harbor Marina on the east bank of Bayou Barataria immediately north of the cut into the pen. Work
     will take place near the Bayou Dupont weir structure and continue south/south east for approximately 1.5 miles along the Barataria Waterway.
     Work will also be conducted within the pen, from Bayou Dupont to 7,000 feet eastward along the shoreline, and a borrow pit will be dredged from
     the southern end of the pen. Work will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact Mr.
     Dewayne Taylor, at (850) 209-0243.
       Charts: 11352 11365                                                                                            LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                            0847-10
                                                                                                                            NO

             LA - MUD LAKE - No Wake Buoys
     Wild Well Control, Inc. has established 3 temporary NO WAKE buoys, marking a NO WAKE ZONE in Mud Lake near the Barataria Waterway. The
     buoys are temporarily established in the following approximate positions:
     29-28-57N 090-00-53W,
     29-28-11N 090-00-05W and
     29-28-30N 090-00-00W.
     Mariners are urged to exercise extreme caution when navigating in or near these locations. Any questions or comments regarding the NO WAKE
     buoys should be directed to the USCG Sector New Orleans, Incident Management Division, 200 Hendee St., New Orleans, LA 70114, (504) 365-
     2417.
      Charts: 11358 11364 11365



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                             25 August 2010
             LA - MUD LAKE - No Wake Buoys
                                                                                                                          LNM: PRIV AIDS

             LA - BAYOU PEROT - Wetland Restoration
     Continuing until approximately September 5, 2010, the Dredge CAPTAIN LEONARD will be conducting wetland restoration in numerous locations
     within Bayou Perot, Louisiana. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The Dredge CAPTAIN LEONARD will be monitoring
     VHF-FM Channel 17. Mariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing
     arrangements have been made. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact Mr. Charlie Sutherland Jr., at (601) 270-8007.
        Chart 11365                                                                                                LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                          1006-10
                                                                                                                          NO

              LA - EAST GRAND TERRE ISLAND - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately September 30, 2010, the Cutterhead Dredge CAPTAIN FRANK will be working in the Gulf of Mexico, south of East
     Grand Terre Island, within a 3,000 feet radius of approximate position 29-17-25N 089-51-34W. A combination of submerged and floating pipeline
     will be used to transport the dredged material to approximate position 29-18-44N 089-21-35W, at the east end of East Grand Terre Island. The
     submerged pipeline will be marked with buoys. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Mariners are urged to transit at their
     slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
          Chart 11358                                                                                               LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                           0128-10
                                                                                                                           NO

              LA - BAYOU LAFOURCHE - Bridge Construction - UPDATE
     Construction continues on the new vertical lift bridge across Bayou Lafourche, Mile 38.7, at Larose, Lafourche Parish, Louisiana. The existing
     pontoon bridge at Mile 39.1 will continue to operate during construction of the replacement bridge. Mariners are urged to transit the area with
     caution.
      Charts: 11355 11365                                                                                             LNM: OB

             LA - TERREBONNE BAYOU - Bridge Construction - UPDATE
     Work has begun on the project to replace the existing bridge across Terrebonne Bayou at Mile 33.9 (54.6 km) on Louisiana Highway 3087, also
     known as Prospect Avenue in Houma, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. Initially, work will begin to demolish and remove the old bridge. Mariners are
     urged to exercise caution and avoid passing close aboard construction equipment that will be operating in the area.
        Chart 11355                                                                                                   LNM: OB

               LA - TERREBONNE BAYOU - Public Notice - Application for a Coast Guard Bridge Permit
     All interested parties are notified that an application has been received by the Commander Eighth Coast Guard District from state of Louisiana
     Department of Transportation on behalf of Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government for a U.S. Coast Guard Bridge Permit for approval to
     construct a swing-span replacement bridge across Terrebonne Bayou, Mile 28.8, on St. Ann Street at Bourg, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. The
     new bridge will be constructed just east of the existing bridge, which will be removed after construction of the new bridge

     Public Notice (08-10) dated August 20, 2010, pertaining to this proposed bridge permit action, is attached to this Local Notice to Mariners. The
     public notice contains a detailed description of the proposed bridge project and includes location maps and bridge drawings with navigational
     clearances. The public notice may also be obtained by calling the Eighth Coast Guard District Bridge Administration Branch at (504) 671-2128, by
     writing to Commander (dpb), Eighth Coast Guard District, 500 Poydras Street, Room 1313, New Orleans, LA 70130, by e-mail request at
     D8dpball@uscg.mil or by facsimile request at (504) 671-2133.

     Comments from mariners or other interested parties regarding this proposed bridge project will be received for the record at the address given in
     the public notice through September 21, 2010.
       Charts: 11352 11355 11357                                                                                      LNM: OB

             LA - LAKE FELICITY - Wreck
     The 52-foot F/V MISS TUYEN reportedly caught fire and sunk in Lake Felicity in approximate position 29-17-43.6N 090-26-41.2W. The wreck and
     outriggers are reportedly visible. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in the area.
      Charts: 11352 11357                                                                                            LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                           146-10

              LA - CATAHOULA BAY TO WAX LAKE OUTLET - Containment Boom Placement
     All mariners transiting Bayou LaFourche in the vicinity of Port Fourchon are advised that the Havoline Canal and Evans Canal in Bayou LaFourche
     are closed due to containment boom placement. The alternate access to Timbalier Bay is the southwestern canal in Leeville. Belle Pass and Port
     Fourchon remain open.
         Chart 11355                                                                                                   LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                             0637-10
                                                                                                                             NO

             LA - ATCHAFALAYA RIVER - Bridge Closure for Maintenance
     The Commander, Eighth Coast Guard District has issued a temporary deviation from the regulation in 33 CFR 117 governing the operation of the
     Union Pacific Railroad vertical lift span bridge across the Atchafalaya River, Mile 107.4, near Melville, Louisiana. The deviation allows the bridge to




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                                25 August 2010
            LA - ATCHAFALAYA RIVER - Bridge Closure for Maintenance
     open on signal if at least 3-hours advance notice is given from 6:00 a.m., Thursday, September 9, 2010 through 6:00 p.m., Saturday, October 9,
     2010. Mariners can contact the bridge via marine radio or call the tender at (337) 623-5845. The purpose of the closure is to allow for asbestos
     abatement of the draw tender’s house.
        Chart 11354                                                                                                  LNM: OB

             LA - ATCHAFALAYA RIVER - Shoaling - UPDATE
     Shoaling was previously reported in the Atchafalaya River near Mile 113.0 in the vicinity of Stouts Point in approximate position 29-44-53.0N 091-
     13-49.0W. The shoaling was marked with a red buoy numbered 2A. In August of 2010, depths as low as 7 feet have been reported mid-channel.
     Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in this area.
      Charts: 11351 11354 11355                                                                                          LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                               034-10

              LA - ATCHAFALAYA RIVER - Shoaling
     Shoaling has been reported in the Atchafalaya River near Mile 116.5 in approximate position 29-45-02.7N 091-13-57.4W. Depths as low as 9.5
     feet have been reported mid-channel. The shoal is reportedly not marked. Mariners are urged to monitor their drafts and use extreme caution in
     this area.
       Charts: 11354 11355                                                                                          LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                          149-10

             LA - TERREBONNE BAY - Visible Pile (Adrift)
     A 30-foot piling has been reported adrift in Terrebonne Bay in approximate position 29-11-21.0N 090-35-22.0W, on August 5, 2010. The piling is
     reportedly not marked. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in the area and report any sightings to their nearest U.S. Coast Guard unit.
       Charts: 11352 11357                                                                                           LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                            141-10

              LA - NEW ORLEANS - CALCASIEU - BERWICK BAY HARBOR - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately September 20, 2010, the Dredge MISSOURI H will be conducting operations in the Berwick Bay Harbor. Dredged
     material will be transported through a 24-inch discharge line and deposited to Solar Pit. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a
     week. The Dredge MISSOURI H will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16. Mariners are urged to transit the area with extreme caution after
     passing arrangements have been made. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact the Dredge MISSOURI H also by telephone, at (337)
     794-7046 or MSU Morgan City, at (985) 380-5320.
      Charts: 11354 11355                                                                                               LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                              1042-10
                                                                                                                              NO

             LA - MORGAN CITY ALTERNATE ROUTE - PORT ALLEN LOCK - Lock Closure - UPDATE
     Continuing until approximately September 28, 2010, Port Allen Lock will be closed from 7:00 a.m. until 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday.
     During this time, a work unit will be at the lock performing gate and valve repairs. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact, Port Allen
     Lockmaster, Brad Blanchard, at (225) 343-3752 and the ACOE New Orleans, Vic Landry, at (504) 862-2407.
        Chart 11354                                                                                                     LNM: ACOE NO

              LA - GIWW - MORGAN CITY TO PORT ALLEN ALTERNATE ROUTE AT BAYOU SORREL LOCK - Construction
     Continuing until further notice, a U.S. Government Contractor will work during daylight hours, Monday through Saturday, from 7:00 a.m. until 5:00
     p.m., on the construction of the northwest guidewall. Bayou Sorrel Lock will operate from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 a.m., Monday through Saturday,
     and will be open to marine traffic 24-hours a day on weekends. However, some Saturday closures may occur throughout this construction period.
     While the channel is open, mariners are urged to proceed with caution and to transit at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake. For up-to-date
     information, mariners can contact the lock operator on VHF-FM Channel 14 or (225) 659-7773 and the Lockmaster, Ken Landry, at (225) 659-
     2581.
         Chart 11354                                                                                                   LNM: MSU
                                                                                                                              BATON
                                                                                                                              ROUGE

              LA - BAYOU PATOUT - Bridge Construction
     Construction has begun on the project to replace the existing swing span bridge across Patout Bayou, Mile 0.97, on SR 83 near Weeks, Iberia
     Parish, Louisiana, with a new swing span bridge. Pile driving will be conducted on the north side of the navigation channel to construct a platform
     on the north bank. From the platform a crane will be stationed and will boom out over the waterway to drive timber, concrete and steel pilings. A
     template will be set on the land side of the fender system until the pilings have been driven. Presently, work is not expected to interfere with the
     navigation channel. Information regarding work within the channel will be published as it becomes available. Mariners are urged to be alert to the
     ongoing construction and exercise due caution when operating in the area.
        Chart 11345                                                                                                      LNM: OB

             LA - EAST COTE BLANCHE BAY - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately October 1, 2010, the Cutterhead Dredge VENTURE will be working in East Cote Blanche Bay in the vicinity of East
     Marsh Island. The dredging area is bounded by approximate positions:
     29-32-00N 091-38-00W,
     29-35-00N 091-38-00W,




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                              25 August 2010
              LA - EAST COTE BLANCHE BAY - Dredging
     39-35-00N 091-45-00W and
     29-32-00N 091-45-00W.
     The dredged material will be transported to East Marsh Island using a combination of floating and submerged pipeline. The pontoon line will have
     yellow flashing lights mounted on the line. Dredging will be performed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Dredge VENTURE will be monitoring
     VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with extreme caution
     after passing arrangements have been made.
         Chart 11351                                                                                                 LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                            0088-10
                                                                                                                            DPW

              LA - VERMILLION BAY - Wreck
     A F/V has reportedly sunk in Vermillion Bay in approximate position 29-39-40.0N 092-01-00.0W. The wreck is reportedly marked with a white
     flashing light. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in the area.
       Charts: 11345 11349                                                                                         LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                          150-10

             LA - FRESHWATER BAYOU CANAL - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately August 30, 2010, dredging will be performed approximately 8.8 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico in Freshwater
     Bayou Canal. Dredging will be performed in a small canal adjacent to Freshwater Bayou Canal approximate position 29-39-12N 092-15-36W. The
     M/V MR. FROG will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13, 16 or 72. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize
     wake. For up-to-date information, mariners can contact (504) 416-0792.
      Charts: 11345 11349 11350                                                                                      LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                             0145-10
                                                                                                                             DPW

              LA - MERMENTAU RIVER - Bridge Repairs - Closure - UPDATE
     Due to the need for unexpected emergency repairs, complete marine closure of the SR 82 swing span bridge across the Mermentau River, Mile 7.1
     near Grand Chenier, Cameron Parish, Louisiana, has been extended through 7:00 a.m., Friday, October 1, 2010. The closure is necessary to
     perform emergency electrical and mechanical repairs in connection with the center pivot bearing disc replacement and modification. An alternate
     route is available via Grand Lake. Mariners are requested to schedule operations accordingly.
       Charts: 11344 11345 11348                                                                                      LNM: OB

            LA - CALCASIEU RIVER - Bridge Fender Damaged
     The fender system of the LA Highway 171 fixed span bridge across the Calcasieu River, Mile 46.5 in Calcasieu Parish, Louisiana, has been
     damaged as the result of a vessel allision. Mariners are advised to exercise caution when transiting the area.
        Chart 11347                                                                                                  LNM: OB

             LA - CALCASIEU RIVER - Dock Repairs
     Continuing until approximately October 11, 2010, from 6:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., there will be a crane barge working at Conoco-Clifton Ridge on
     Calcasieu River, Calcasieu Parish. Work will be performed 5-days a week, Monday thru Friday, driving piles and placing decks on Conoco’s dock.
     Mariners are urged to stay clear of this area. Mariners can contact Tender #2501 on VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16. For up-to-date information,
     mariners can call Dwayne at (337) 912-8699.
        Chart 11348                                                                                                   LNM: E-MAIL

             LA - CALCASIEU RIVER AND LAKE - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately September 20, 2010, the Dredge MISS REXI will be conducting operations in the vicinity of Conoco Phillips Pecan
     Grove Docks. Work will be performed from 6:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., 7-days a week. Mariners can contact the Dredge MISS REXI at (225) 439-
     8160. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed.
      Charts: 11331 11347                                                                                            LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                            0793-10
                                                                                                                            GA

              LA - CALCASIEU RIVER - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately January 31, 2011, the Cutterhead Dredge G.D. MORGAN will be working in the Calcasieu River between
     approximate Mile 5.0 and Mile 22.8. The first area of dredging will between approximate Mile 8.5 and Mile 10.0. A combination of submerged and
     floating pipelines will be used to transport the dredged material to the bank. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The
     Dredge G.D. MORGAN will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize
     wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
         Chart 11347                                                                                                   LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                              0033-10
                                                                                                                              DPW

            LA - CALCASIEU RIVER - CAMERON LOOP - Dredging
     Commencing September 1, 2010 and continuing until approximately March 15, 2011, the Dredge JOHN C. LAQUAY will be dredging the Cameron
     Loop (Monkey Island) and the entrance to the East Fork. Floating and submerged dredge pipeline will extend from the dredge to the placement
     area and along the side of the channel. The pipeline will also cross the channel. Dredge tenders, anchor barges and other vessels will also be




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                          25 August 2010
              LA - CALCASIEU RIVER - CAMERON LOOP - Dredging
     working with the Dredge JOHN C. LAQUAY in the area. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The Dredge JOHN C. LAQUAY
     will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 80, mariners are urged to contact the dredge at least 30-minutes prior to passing. Mariners are urged to
     transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made. For up-to-
     date information, mariners can call (361) 482-0501.
          Chart 11339                                                                                                 LNM: E-MAIL

             LA - LAKE CHARLES - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately mid-September 2010, the Dredge MISS REXI will be conducting dredging operations in the vicinity of Conoco Phillips
     Pecan Grove Dock in Lake Charles. Dredging will be performed during daylights hours only, 7-days a week. The Dredge MISS REXI will be
     monitoring VHF-FM Channel 13. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution
     after passing arrangements have been made. For up-to-date information, mariners can also contact the Dredge MISS REXI, at (225) 439-8160.
      Charts: 11339 11347                                                                                           LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                          0714-10
                                                                                                                          GA

             LA/TX - GULF OF MEXICO - Seismic Surveys
     Continuing until approximately September 15, 2010, the M/V VIKING VISION, M/V VARDHOLM, M/V SIGMA, M/V VENTURER and M/V GEO
     SEARCHER will be conducting seismic surveys in the Gulf of Mexico, bounded by the following approximate positions:
     26-35-04.08N 093-09-32.55W,
     26-54-18.70N 093-31-05.47W,
     27-10-46.65N 093-12-48.55W and
     26-51-29.28N 092-51-15.58W.
     Each vessel will be towing 10 cables, 8,100 meters in length. The vessels will be monitoring VHF-FM Channel 16. A wide berth is urged.
        Chart 11347                                                                                                  LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                           0079-10
                                                                                                                           DPW

             TX - GULF OF MEXICO - Seismic Surveying
     Continuing until approximately December 20, 2010, the M/G COLUMBUS, M/V WG MAGELLAN, M/V OCEAN ODYSSEY. M/V GECO TAU and M/V
     GECO TOPAZ will be conducting seismic surveys in the Gulf of Mexico, bounded by the following approximate positions:
     27-30-00N 094-30-00W,
     27-30-00N 093-40-00W,
     26-50-00N 093-40-00W,
     26-50-00N 094-30-00W and
     27-30-00N 094-30-00W.
     The M/V WG COLUMBUS and M/V WG MAGELLAN will be towing 10 cables, 8,000 meters in length. The vessels will be monitoring VHF-FM Channel
     16. A wide berth is urged.
      Charts: 1117A 11300                                                                                          LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                          0150-10
                                                                                                                          DPW

             TX - GULF OF MEXICO - Unlit Platform
     The Coast Guard has received a report of an unlit platform located in Matagorda Bay, in approximate position 28-31-33N 096-19-07W. Mariners
     are urged to exercise extreme caution when transiting in or near this location.
      Charts: 1117A 11300 11316 11317 11319                                                                          LNM: PRIV AIDS

             TX - GIWW - SABINE NECHES CANAL - Bridge Fender Dolphin Cells Damaged
     The fendering system dolphin cells of the State Route 82 Bridge, Martin Luther King Bridge (MLK), across the Sabine Neches Canal, GIWW, Mile
     286.9, WHL, at Port Arthur, Texas, have been reported to be leaning and deteriorated. The southwest cell is collapsing within and may not be
     capable of protecting the bridge pier. Mariners are advised to transit the MLK Bridge with extreme caution.
      Charts: 11331 11341 11342 11343                                                                                 LNM: OB

              TX - GIWW - HIGH ISLAND - PORT BOLIVAR - Construction - UPDATE
     Continuing until further notice, construction on Placement Areas 28, 33, 34 and 35, have begun along the GIWW between High Island Bridge to
     Rollover Bay and in a separate contract on Placement Areas 36, 37, 39, 40, 41, 42 and 43, along the GIWW from Rollover Bay to Port Bolivar. In
     some cases work will be conducted from the water side with work barges to install articulated concrete blocks along the levees fronting the GIWW.
     It is urged that barges be restricted from parking on the banks of these placement area as work is being conducted. Mariners are urged to transit
     the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
          Chart 11331                                                                                                  LNM: ACOE GA

             TX - GIWW - ROLLOVER PASS - Dredging
     Continuing until approximately September 10, 2010, the Dredge SHAMROCK will be operating in the GIWW, between approximate Mile 327.0 and
     Mile 330.0, WHL. Floating and submerged dredge pipeline will extend from the dredge to the placement area and along the side of the channel.
     Dredge tenders, anchor barges and other vessels will also be working with the Dredge SHAMROCK in the area. Dredging will be performed 24-
     hours a day, 7-days a week. The Dredge SHAMROCK will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 78, mariners are urged to contact the dredge at
     least 30-minutes prior to passing. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution
     after passing arrangements have been made. For up-to-date information, mariners can call (361) 920-7000.



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                           25 August 2010
            TX - GIWW - ROLLOVER PASS - Dredging
        Chart 11326                                                                                                    LNM: E-MAIL

             TX - GALVESTON CHANNEL DEEPENING STATION - Dredging - UPDATE
     Continuing until further notice, the Dredge WAYMAN BOYD has a submerged line, pontoon line and shore pipeline is in place to San Jacinto
     Placement Area. Dredging will be conducted 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The Dredge WAYMAN BOYD will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13
     or 16. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements
     have been made.
       Charts: 11324 11331                                                                                            LNM: ACOE GA

              TX - GIWW - GALVESTON BAY TO CEDAR LAKES - Railroad Bridge Modification
     Work has commenced on the replacement of the Galveston Railroad Bridge across the GIWW, Mile 357.2, WHL, at Galveston, Texas. The existing
     bascule span will be replaced with a new vertical lift span that will provide 300 feet of horizontal clearance. The contractor, Cianbro, has begun
     construction on the cofferdam on the island side of the bridge. The cofferdam will be constructed outside of the navigation span approximately
     100 feet from the navigational opening. The cofferdam will protrude out approximately 40 feet to the east side of the railroad bridge and 20 feet
     on the west side (between the bridges) of the bridge. The contractor will work Monday through Saturday daylight hours only. The M/V MISS IMO
     GENE and the M/V MONA will be moving equipment in and around the bridge during these times. The vessels will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels
     13 or 16. Up-to-date information, with regards to construction of the cofferdams for the waterline replacement and other pertinent information
     will be provided as soon as updates are available. Additional information is available by contacting VTS Houston.
      Charts: 11322 11323 11324                                                                                           LNM: OB

              TX - UPPER GALVESTON BAY - Wreck
     A partially submerged wreck has been reported in Upper Galveston Bay in approximate position 29-33-11.4N 094-56-40.1W. The wreck is
     reportedly not marked. Mariners are urged to use extreme caution in the area.
       Charts: 11326 11327                                                                                        LNM: CGD8
                                                                                                                        145-10

             TX - TEXAS CITY CHANNEL - Dredging
     Continuing until further notice, the Dredge R.S. WEEK will working in various locations in the Texas City Channel. The dredged material will be
     transported to the disposal sites using a combination of floating and submerged pipeline. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a
     week. The pontoon line will have yellow flashing lights mounted on the line. The Dredge R.S. WEEK will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16.
     M Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have
     been made.
       Charts: 11324 11326                                                                                              LNM: E-MAIL

              TX - HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL - BARBOUR’S CUT TERMINAL - Dredging UPDATE
     Continuing until March 31, 2011, the Dredge LEONARD FISHER will be dredging the Houston Ship Channel and Barbour's Cut Terminal. Dredged
     material will be placed in Spilmans Island and Alexander Island Placement Areas. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The
     Dredge LEONARD FISHER will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16. Mariners are urged to transit the area of dredging operations at their
     slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after making passing arrangements.
        Chart 11328                                                                                                  LNM: E-MAIL

              TX - HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL - SIMS BAYOU - Dredging - UPDATE
     Continuing until approximately October 31, 2010, Dredge EVERETT FISHER and Dredge JASON LAQUAY will be dredging the Houston Ship Channel
     starting from Sims Bayou to turning basin and all city docks, north of the 610 Bridge. Floating and submerged dredge pipeline will extend from the
     dredge to the placement area will cross the ship channel. Dredge tenders, anchor barges and other vessels will also be working in the area.
     Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Mariners are urged to contact the dredges 30-minutes prior to passing, the Dredge
     EVERETT FISHER will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 78 and at (361) 920-6800. The Dredge JASON LAQUAY will be monitoring VHF-FM
     Channels 13 or 78 and at (281) 961-1811. Mariners are urged to transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with
     caution after passing arrangements have been made.
        Chart 11325                                                                                                   LNM: E-MAIL

             TX - OLD BRAZOS RIVER - Bridge Construction - UPDATE
     Work is underway to modify the existing UPRR swing span bridge across the Old Brazos River, Mile 4.4 at Freeport, Brazoria County, Texas. A
     120-foot by 54-foot crane barge will work between the north bank and the existing swing span, east of the bridge. Another 120-foot by 54-foot
     crane barge and a 120-foot by 30-foot material barge will be moored on the southeast portion of the existing bridge, adjacent to the south
     channel limit. The barges will remain 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. Work is expected to continue through September 2010. Mariners are urged
     to exercise caution and avoid passing close aboard any construction equipment that will be operating in the construction area.
        Chart 11322                                                                                                   LNM: OB

             TX - COLORADO RIVER LOCKS - Lock Closure - UPDATE
     Continuing until approximately August 27, 2010, a contractor will be working at the Colorado River Locks repairing guidewalls on the east and west
     locks. Work will require closure of the locks from 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Mariners are urged to contact the lockmaster
     at (979) 863-7842, to confirm the closure time, so as to minimize their delay. Mariners are urged to transit through the locks at their slowest safe
     speed to minimize wake.
         Chart 11319                                                                                                    LNM: E-MAIL




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                             25 August 2010
                TX - COLORADO RIVER - Dredging
       Continuing until further notice, the Construction Barge MBI-01 of Javeler Construction Company is dredging for the new east jetty with 400-foot
       submerged pipeline crossing the Colorado River in about 6 to 8 feet of water to the west shoreline in the vicinity of the Matagorda Beach Parking
       Lot. The submerged crossing has a red buoy with quick flashing red light to mark the right side of the opening a black buoy with a quick flashing
       green light to mark the left side of the opening. The pipeline continues along the westerly shoreline to the beach Placement Area located to the
       west of the west jetty. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The Construction Barge MBI-01 will be monitoring VHF-FM
       Channel 16. Mariners are urged to contact the barge 15-minutes prior to passing. Mariners are urged to transit at their slowest safe speed to
       minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
          Chart 11319                                                                                                      LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                                  0443-10
                                                                                                                                  CC

                TX - GIWW - PALACIOS CHANNEL - Dredging
       Continuing until further notice, the Dredge MIKE HOOKS will be dredging at Light 30 (LLNR-35775), in the Palacios Channel and dredge in a
       northerly direction towards the City Basin. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The Dredge MIKE HOOKS will be
       monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16. Dredged material will be placed in open water placement areas along the channel. Mariners are urged to
       transit the area at their slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
          Chart 11317                                                                                                   LNM: ACOE GA

               TX - GIWW - Bridge Fender Construction - Temporary Channel Restrictions - UPDATE
       A contractor has started work to replace the fender system of the State Route 361 fixed span bridge, also known as the Dale Miller Bridge, across
       the GIWW, Mile 533.1, WHL, at Aransas Pass, Texas. A crane barge, a material barge and the Tug MIGHTY ERNESTO SOLIS will be on scene.
       Most work will be conducted from outside of the navigation channel. The barge can be moved from the channel to pass vessels with 1-hour notice.
        Mariners, who need full channel width for safe passage, can contact the Tug MIGHTY ERNESTO SOLIS on VHF-FM Channel 12, to request that the
       barge be moved from the waterway. Mariners are urged to exercise caution when transiting the construction site and to pass at their slowest
       safe speed to minimize wake.
         Charts: 11307 11309 11313 11314                                                                              LNM: OB

                TX - GIWW - ARANSAS BAY - Dredging - UPDATE
       Continuing until further notice, the Dredge J.N. FISHER will be dredging in the GIWW in the Aransas Bay at Mile 517.5, dredging in an easterly
       direction. Dredging will be performed 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. The Dredge J.N. FISHER will be monitoring VHF-FM Channels 13 or 16 or
       call (361) 920-6704. Mariners are urged to contact the dredge 15-minutes prior to passing. Dredged material will be placed on the west side of
       the GIWW. Floating and submerged pipelines will extend to the placement area. Dredge lines will cross the intercoastal waterway. Mariners are
       urged to transit at the slowest safe speed to minimize wake and proceed with caution after passing arrangements have been made.
         Charts: 11313 11314                                                                                            LNM: BNM
                                                                                                                               0442-10
                                                                                                                               CC

               TX - CORPUS CHRISTI HARBOR - CORPUS CHRISTI CHANNEL - Bridge Painting - Vertical Clearance Reduced
       Continuing until further notice, the State Route 181 fixed span bridge across Corpus Christi Channel at Mile 10.0 (also known as the Corpus Christi
       Harbor Bridge) will undergo painting operations. Work will involve scaffolding and containment drapes that will be suspended from the bridge,
       reducing the vertical clearance across the waterway by approximately 1-foot. Mariners who require the full vertical clearance for passage may
       contact the Corpus Christi Harbor Master at (361) 882-1773, at least 2-hours in advance, so that equipment may be removed from the bridge.
         Charts: 11309 11311                                                                                              LNM: OB

               TX - RIO GRANDE RIVER - FALCON INTERNATIONAL RESERVOIR - Navigational Obstruction
       The Coast Guard has received a report of potential navigation obstructions located near Valeno Creek at Falcon Lake, Zapata, Texas. A 2,500
       feet overhead power line has been reported to span Falcon Lake at Valeno Creek at a vertical clearance of approximately 7 feet above the water
       surface and supported by unlit and unmarked fixed structures located in the waters near Valeno Creek. Mariners are urged to exercise extreme
       caution when navigating in or near this location.
                                                                                                                         LNM: PRIV AIDS


                                                  SECTION VIII - LIGHT LIST CORRECTIONS
                               An Asterisk *, indicates the column in which a correction has been made to new information
(1)               (2)                        (3)               (4)             (5)       (6)            (7)                         (8)
No.         Name and Location              Position       Characteristic      Height    Range        Structure                    Remarks
3835        Old East Pass Harbor                                                                                        Remove from list.          34/10
            Channel Daybeacon 8
                                                                                                                                     *

3835.01     Old East Pass Harbor        30-23-30.097N                                           Red nun.                                           34/10
            Channel Buoy 8              086-30-22.394W

 *                      *                     *                 *                *         *               *                         *




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                              25 August 2010
      SECTION VIII - LIGHT LIST CORRECTIONS (Continued)
(1)              (2)                    (3)                (4)            (5)       (6)           (7)                    (8)
No.        Name and Location          Position        Characteristic     Height    Range       Structure               Remarks
24085      LOWER PEGGY'S LAKE       29-43-46.438N Q R                       45             KRW on skeleton   For downbound traffic.       34/10
           OUTBOUND RANGE           095-01-29.110W                                         tower on piles.   Visible all around; higher
           FRONT LIGHT                                                                                       intensity on rangeline.


                                    *
24100.05 HOUSTON SHIP CHANNEL 29-43-53.613N Fl R 2.5s                       17     4       TR on pile.                                    34/10
         LIGHT 112A           095-01-54.166W

                                          *
28495      BROWNSVILLE OIL DOCK     25-57-18.000N F R                       10             On dock.          Private aid.                 34/10
           NO. 1 LIGHTS (2)         097-23-30.000W

                                          *
30337      Hogtown Bayou            30-23-58.970N                                          SG on pile.       Private aid.                 34/10
           Daybeacon 1              086-14-11.730W

                                         *



                                                     PUBLICATION CORRECTIONS
 None



                                                              ENCLOSURES
                MARINE SAFETY BULLETIN - Huey P. Long Bridge
      See Attached.
                                                                                                             LNM:     SECTOR
                                                                                                                      NO


                RECOMMENDED GUIDANCE/PRACTICES FOR WRECKS AND OBSTRUCTIONS POST TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES
      See Attached.
                                                                                                             LNM:     DPW


                VESSEL CLEANING STATION INFORMATION
      See Attached.
                                                                                                             LNM:     MTSRU
                                                                                                                      HOUMA


                HURRICANE SEASON SPECIAL NOTICE - ACOE Locks
      See Attached.
                                                                                                             LNM:     ACOE NO


                BALLASTING OPERATIONS IN THE GULF OF MEXICO DURING DEEPWATER HORIZON GULF OIL SPILL RESPONSE - Marine
      See Attached.
                                                                                                             LNM:     DPW


                LA - TERREBONNE BAYOU - Public Notice
      See Attached.
                                                                                                             LNM:     OB



                                                    Commander, Eighth Coast Guard District
                                                     Hale Boggs Federal Building, Room 1230
                                                               500 Poydras Street
                                                          New Orleans, LA 70130-3310
                                                           Telephone (504) 671-2327
                                             (Business Hours 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday - Friday)



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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                                                                   25 August 2010
                              (Nights, Weekends, Holidays) (504) 589-6225
                                             RADM Landry




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Coast Guard District 8 GULF                                                 25 August 2010
                                                                Huey P. Long Bridge Widening 
                                                                  Main Span Superstructure 
                                                                       Louisiana DOTD  
                
                                                                State Project No.  006‐01‐0018
                
 
                                               
         MTI PLATFORM LOCATION SCHEDULE for AUGUST 16, 2010 THROUGH AUGUST 22, 2010. 
 
REF: Attached Sheets 1‐1  
There are no restrictions scheduled for the 500+ feet main navigation channel during the week. The vertical clearance 
will be maintained at 149 feet minus the Carrolton gage throughout the week. 
 
MTI will not be working above the navigation channel from the movable platforms during this period and MTI’s two 
movable platforms will be stored next to Piers 1 and 2. Directly below the stored platforms the vertical clearance is 
130 feet minus the Carrolton gage.  
 
 
 
MTI Construction Hours: 
August 16th thru August 21st 2010              7:00 AM to 5:30 PM                One platform at Pier I (LC1‐LC2) 
                                                                                 One platform at Pier II (LC2’‐LC1’) 
 
Non Construction Hours: 
 
August 16th thru August 22nd 2010              5:30 PM to 7:00 AM                One platform at Pier I (LC1‐LC2) 
                                                                                 One platform at Pier II (LC2’‐LC1’) 
 
 
Project Navigation Information – Main Navigation Channel: 
     1. MTI has placed two movable platforms beneath the main span of the Huey P. Long Bridge on rails that have 
         been installed on the bridge. The rails reduce the air draft to 149 feet minus the Carrollton gauge.  
     2. The platforms stored at Piers 1 and 2 hang below the rails by 8 feet 2 inches and reduce the vertical clearance 
         to 141 feet minus the Carrolton gauge. Due to the possibility that workers may be working on the platforms 
         the allowable vertical clearance has been reduced to 130 feet minus the Carrolton gage directly below the 
         platforms.  
     3. When navigation restrictions are in effect all vessels with an air draft in excess of 120 feet and intending to 
         transit the Huey P. Long Bridge are required to notify the Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) at least two hours in 
         advance of arrival.  
     4. VTS will provide MTI a minimum of two hours notice for all vessels in excess of 120 feet intending to transit 
         the Huey P. Long Bridge 
     5. Air draft is defined as the maximum vertical height of a vessel reported in feet when it will reach the Huey P. 
         Long Bridge site at MM 106, AHP. 
     6. On days when the location of MTI’s platforms reduce the horizontal clearance in the channel to less than 500 
         feet all vessels with a vertical draft in excess of 130 feet intending to transit the Huey P. long Bridge are 
         required to get permission from VTS prior to getting underway from docks or anchorages. VTS will notify MTI 
         a minimum of two hours in advance of the vessels arrival and MTI will increase the horizontal clearance of 
         the channel to a minimum of 500 feet by moving the movable platforms either toward Pier 1 or toward Pier 
         2, depending on the location of the platforms.  
     7. Throughout the construction period while workers are present all mariners are requested to pass with 
         extreme caution at their slowest safe speed. 
     8. Mariners operating in the area of the bridge may contact M/V BILL ODONLEY  or M/V RAY PENSRUM on 
         VHF‐FM CH 67 or 82 for more information. 
                                                                Huey P. Long Bridge Widening 
                                                                  Main Span Superstructure 
                                                                       Louisiana DOTD  
                
                                                                State Project No.  006‐01‐0018
                
 
                                               
         MTI PLATFORM LOCATION SCHEDULE for AUGUST 23, 2010 THROUGH AUGUST 29, 2010. 
 
REF: Attached Sheets 1‐1  
There are no restrictions scheduled for the 500+ feet main navigation channel during the week. The vertical clearance 
will be maintained at 149 feet minus the Carrolton gage throughout the week. 
 
MTI will not be working above the navigation channel from the movable platforms during this period and MTI’s two 
movable platforms will be stored next to Piers 1 and 2. Directly below the stored platforms the vertical clearance is 
130 feet minus the Carrolton gage.  
 
 
 
MTI Construction Hours: 
August 23rd thru August 28th 2010              7:00 AM to 5:30 PM                One platform at Pier I (LC1‐LC2) 
                                                                                 One platform at Pier II (LC2’‐LC1’) 
 
Non Construction Hours: 
 
August 23rd thru August 29th 2010              5:30 PM to 7:00 AM                One platform at Pier I (LC1‐LC2) 
                                                                                 One platform at Pier II (LC2’‐LC1’) 
 
 
Project Navigation Information – Main Navigation Channel: 
     1. MTI has placed two movable platforms beneath the main span of the Huey P. Long Bridge on rails that have 
         been installed on the bridge. The rails reduce the air draft to 149 feet minus the Carrollton gauge.  
     2. The platforms stored at Piers 1 and 2 hang below the rails by 8 feet 2 inches and reduce the vertical clearance 
         to 141 feet minus the Carrolton gauge. Due to the possibility that workers may be working on the platforms 
         the allowable vertical clearance has been reduced to 130 feet minus the Carrolton gage directly below the 
         platforms.  
     3. When navigation restrictions are in effect all vessels with an air draft in excess of 120 feet and intending to 
         transit the Huey P. Long Bridge are required to notify the Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) at least two hours in 
         advance of arrival.  
     4. VTS will provide MTI a minimum of two hours notice for all vessels in excess of 120 feet intending to transit 
         the Huey P. Long Bridge 
     5. Air draft is defined as the maximum vertical height of a vessel reported in feet when it will reach the Huey P. 
         Long Bridge site at MM 106, AHP. 
     6. On days when the location of MTI’s platforms reduce the horizontal clearance in the channel to less than 500 
         feet all vessels with a vertical draft in excess of 130 feet intending to transit the Huey P. long Bridge are 
         required to get permission from VTS prior to getting underway from docks or anchorages. VTS will notify MTI 
         a minimum of two hours in advance of the vessels arrival and MTI will increase the horizontal clearance of 
         the channel to a minimum of 500 feet by moving the movable platforms either toward Pier 1 or toward Pier 
         2, depending on the location of the platforms.  
     7. Throughout the construction period while workers are present all mariners are requested to pass with 
         extreme caution at their slowest safe speed. 
     8. Mariners operating in the area of the bridge may contact M/V BILL ODONLEY  or M/V RAY PENSRUM on 
         VHF‐FM CH 67 or 82 for more information. 
       RECOMMENDED GUIDANCE/PRACTICES FOR WRECKS AND OBSTRUCTIONS
                  POST TROPICAL STORMS AND HURRICANES
       Marking of wrecks and obstructions can be found in CFR 33, Part 64. Once a platform or
structure under CFR 33, Part 66, is damaged to the point it cannot support its required navigational
aids or it becomes submerged, the legal requirements/regulations merges with CFR 33, Part 64,
“Marking of structures, sunken vessels and other obstructions.” All Private Aid to Navigation
(PATON) outages should be reported to the USCG D8 PATON Office, or the nearest U.S. Coast
Guard Facility. Under CFR 33, Part 64, owners of wrecks and obstructions shall mark immediately
with a buoy or daymark during the day and with a light at night. Wrecks and obstructions are
generally marked with lateral aids to navigation (red or green). We want to direct or steer the
mariner toward safe water. Quick flashing characteristics notify mariners of cautionary
significance. The aids to navigation should be set as close and as safely possible to the hazard
without the aid being tangled with the hazard. Lighted aids should have a 3-mile nominal range.
White lighted aids to navigation have no lateral significance. CFR 33, Part 64.13, states, “All
markings must be reported to and approved by the USCG District Commander.” The Marine
Information Section (504) 671-2327, is your point of contact for this approval.

          There are a number of factors that are taken into consideration before markings can be
prescribed. Every wreck or obstruction must be plotted to identify surrounding traffic patterns,
shoals, other wrecks, obstructions and other aids to navigation in the area. Obstructions with less
than 85-foot of clearance are required to be marked with lighted aids to navigation, 86 to 200-feet
are marked with an unlighted aid to navigation and in waters with greater than 200-feet of
clearance, no buoy is required. Wrecks and obstructions (depending on water depths) should be
charted on the applicable NOAA Charts. Marking by the company/owner as soon as an
obstruction is found is required. Approved marking in accordance with the Coast Guard
guidance/policy should occur as soon as possible.

          If you cannot reach the Coast Guard for marking guidance, immediately mark your
obstructions with white buoys with white lights. The buoy should display an orange diamond. The
word “DANGER” should be in black letters inside the orange diamond. These aids should be set
as close and as safely possible to the obstruction without the aid being tangled with the
obstruction. This aid to navigation can be used as temporary markers until the Coast Guard can
be contacted for approval. These aids have no lateral significance. Please contact the USCG D8,
DPW Office at (504) 671-2327 or (504) 256-1989, so you can be assisted with the authorized
marking. Please have the following information available;

1) General description of the obstruction

2) Latitude and Longitude of the obstruction (in NAD 83 format 00-00-00.0N 000-00-00.0W)

3) Depth of water obstruction is in and water depth over obstruction, if known

4) Point of contact and phone number

            Should the Coast Guard decide that your markings are inconsistent with CFR 33, Part
62, they must be replaced as soon as practical with approved markings.
            In accordance with CFR 49, Part 195.413, pipelines with less than 3-feet of cover in the
Gulf of Mexico are considered exposed and should be considered hazards to navigation. Exposed
pipelines should be marked with yellow buoys displaying flashing yellow lights (no more than 30
flashes per minute). Buoys should be set at the ends of the segment of exposed pipeline and at
intervals of not more than 500-yards. If the exposed pipeline segment is less than 200-yards, only
one buoy is required in the middle of the segment. Please contact the USCG D8, Marine
Information Section for guidance and Local Notice to Mariners entry.

             The U.S. Aids to Navigation System marking wrecks and obstructions is intended for
use with nautical charts. The exact meaning of a particular aid to navigation may not be clear to
the mariner unless the appropriate nautical chart is consulted. Virtually all U.S. lateral marks are
located in IALA Region B and follow the traditional 3R Rule, Red, Right, Returning. In U.S. waters,
returning from seaward and proceeding toward the head of navigation. General direction of
navigation is generally considered as moving westerly direction along the Gulf Coast.

				
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