Chevron Pipe Line Company is proposing to address anomalies in a portion of the 8-inch Pittsburg-to-Sacramento lateral pipeline that traverses an area primarily within Suisun Marsh from Grizzly Island Road to Birds Landing Road in Solano County. To eliminate these anomalies and reduce the potential for impacts from future maintenance and repairs in Suisun Marsh, CPL would replace an approx 2.5-mile pipeline segment with a new segment of the same diameter as the existing pipe. The project area would have two entry points from which the drilling would occur, located at the Birds Landing Work Site and Grizzly Island Work Site.
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