Lodi Gas Storage operates a major natural gas storage facility in northern California. The facility is designed for high deliverability storage service and has a proven track record of safe and reliable operations. The facility has a staff of approximately 20 employees and is manned 24 hours a day.
Located just north of Lodi, California, this site is situated in one of California’s major wine grape growing regions, the Lodi Appellation. The storage reservoirs, which are accessed through 15 wells, lie approximately 2,200 feet beneath the surface and cover approximately 1,500 acres. The compression/dehydration facility is equipped with four natural gas driven engines totaling 18,000 horsepower and two glycol dehydration trains, each with a capacity of 250 MMcf/day. Thirty-one miles of 24-inch diameter pipeline links the facility to an interconnect with Pacific Gas & Electric’s line 401 just north of Antioch, California. The facility has been in operation since January 2002.
|Arial Photo of Lodi Compressor Station |
Kirby Hills Site
Located in the Montezuma Hills, nine miles southeast of Fairfield, California, the Kirby Hills site, which was developed in two phases, has 15 wells that access storage reservoirs located approximately 2,000 to 5,500 feet beneath the surface and cover approximately 200 acres. The compression facility is equipped with four natural gas driven engines totaling 8,600 horsepower. Six miles of 16-inch diameter pipeline links the facility to an interconnect with Pacific Gas & Electric’s line 400 approximately 6 miles west of Rio Vista, California. The first phase of this site has been operation since January 2007, and the second phase went into operation in 2009.
|Kirby Hills Compression Facility|