Grazing & Natural Gas production/Marsh and Agriculture/Suisun Marsh Agriculture "A-160"
Lantos Energy LLC is proposing to construct a drill site and drill one (1) exploratory natural gas well over a one (1) year period. If drilling is successful, the project would include installation of production equipment including a natural gas pipeline. No hydraulic fracturing is proposed. The project is located within the southeast portion of unincorporated Solano County near the community of Birds Landing, nine (9) miles south of the City of Fairfield and 10.5 miles west of the City of Rio Vista. The proposed drill pad and well are located just north of Birds Landing Road and approximately one-half mile north of Montezuma Slough. The project is within the Secondary Management Area of the Suisun Marsh on property zoned Suisun Marsh Agriculture “A-SM-160”; APN 0090-070-420.
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Other (Natural Gas Well )
Marsh Development and Administrative Permit
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