In an effort to mitigate the effects of climate change, the USACE has launched a floating dredge project that is intended to reduce the risk of the massive Dredger oil spill.
The Dredged Floating Pipeline (DFP) project is a floating pipeline that has been engineered and constructed to prevent oil from escaping from the massive BP Deepwater Horizon oil rig off the Louisiana coast.
The project will allow the company to dispose of the oil from the rig, thereby preventing the spill from occurring.
The DFP has been approved for use in the Great Lakes, Atlantic, and Gulf of Coast.
The pipeline will be operated by a consortium of oil companies that include Devon Energy, Chevron, ExxonMobil, and Occidental Petroleum.
The first phase of the project will include a dredging and processing facility that will allow oil to be dumped into the Gulf.
The facility will be able to handle 10,000 barrels per day of oil, or roughly one million barrels per month, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The second phase of construction is expected to be completed in 2022 and will allow for a total of about 6,000 feet of pipe.
This second phase will also have a platform where oil can be transferred to another platform where it will be stored.
The second phase is estimated to be able handle an additional 1,500 barrels of oil a day.
The company hopes to eventually construct the second phase and be able divert oil from this portion of the pipeline to a storage tank.
This is an expansion of a floating oil storage tank that has already been completed in Louisiana.
This expansion is expected at a cost of $3 billion.
The first phase is expected be completed by 2020, and the second by 2027.
The cost to construct the expansion is estimated at $5 billion.
The U.N. and its international partners have warned that the cost of dealing with the oil spill would be high, and a number of countries have expressed concerns about the project.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the U,N.
Environment Programme called on the US and other nations to work together to address the spill, which has already damaged the environment in many places around the world.
The United States has been a long-time proponent of the Dredgge project and is expected by many to be one of the leading proponents of the entire project, the statement read.
The United States is the world’s second-largest oil consumer and the world leader in oil exploration and production.
It has been involved in oil spills in the past, including in the 1970s and 1980s.
In 2014, the company was fined $8.6 billion after spilling about 9.5 million barrels of crude oil in the Bay of Bengal, killing over 1,000 people.