The proposed project would include the storage of natural gas in depleted reservoirs in an existing natural gas production field (Gill Ranch Gas Field). The storage field components would include construction of up to 15 new IW wells, wellhead surface facilities, and gathering pipelines from each of 4 well pads. Up to 8 new OM would be drilled into the storage formations at 5 well pads. A central compressor station would be located at the Storage Field, and would include various equipment (e.g. substation and salt-water disposal well). A gas transmission pipeline would be constructed to convey gas between PG&E's Line 401 and the storage field. An electric power line would be constructed between PG&E's Dairyland-Mendota power line and storage field central compressor station site.
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