Fish & Wildlife 4 (Fresno)
(California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Region 4)
Middlewater Natural Gas Pipeline Project by Phillips 66 Pipeline LLC
MND - Mitigated Negative Declaration
Present Land Use
8.3 (Extensive Agric) and 8.3/2.5 (Extens Agric, Flood Hazard) / A (Exclusive Agric) and A FP (Exclus Agric, Floodplain combining)
Note: Extended Review
The proposed project includes the installation of one, 4-inch natural gas pipeline, with a total length of approximately 3.5 miles, buried to a minimum depth of 42 inches below grade, which will transport natural gas to fuel existing equipment at the Middlewater Pump Station located within western Kern County, just west of Highway 33. The purpose of the proposed project is to allow Phillips 66 to tie-in to a new natural gas service pipeline and continue its operation of an existing pipeline system, which transports crude oil from the oil fields in Kern County to its refinery in the Bay Area. The project site will be located within an existing dirt access road and adjacent to an existing pipeline ROW.
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