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DOI-BLM-CA-017-P006-60
Applicant Pacific Energy +
EnergyTechnology Geothermal energy  +
EnvironmentalAnalysisType EIS +
ExplorationTechnique Development Drilling +
GeothermalArea Long Valley Caldera Geothermal Area +
GeothermalDevelopmentPhases Geothermal/Well Field + , Geothermal/Power Plant +
LeadAgency Bureau of Land Management +
ManagingDistrictOffice BLM Central California District Office +
ManagingFieldOffice BLM Bishop Field Office +
NEPA-Name Final EIS and Supplemental Environmental Impact Report for the Proposed PLES I Geothermal Development Project at Long Valley Caldera Geothermal Area for Geothermal/Well Field, Geothermal/Power Plant  +
NEPA Consultant Environmental Science Associates, Inc. +
NEPA DecisionDocumentDate June 9, 1989  +
NEPA EA EIS Report Url https://en.openei.org/w/images/8/86/EIS_CA-017-P006-60.pdf  +
NEPA FinalEA-EISDate June 1989  +
NEPA LeadAgencyDocNumber CA-017-P006-60  +
NEPA Proposed Action Pacific Energy proposes to construct and o
Pacific Energy proposes to construct and operate a 10 MWe (net) binary power plant and geothermal wellfield development project (PLES I Project) on federal geothermal lease CA-11667. The project area is located approximately three miles east of the Town of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California and is within the Long Valley East Geothermal Unit on land administered by the Inyo National Forest. The project area is within the Long Valley KGRA, immediately adjacent to the existing seven MWe (net) Mammoth-Pacific I geothermal resource electric generating facility (MP I). The proposed project would include: the drilling, construction, and operation of geothermal production and injection wellfields; the construction and operation of the related production pipeline gathering and injection pipeline distribution system; the construction and operation of a 10 MWe (net) binary power plant facility; and construction of control facilities. As part of the proposed project, all of the mitigating stipulations previously applied by the BLM have been adopted. Geothermal fluid, produced from up to four geothermal production wells located in the vicinity of Casa Diablo Hot Springs, would be directed by surface pipelines to the proposed binary power plant facility. Approximately 5,000 gpm of geothermal fluid would be produced. After heat extraction, the cooled geothermal fluid would be directed from the power plant by surface pipeline up to four geothermal injection wells and injected into the subsurface injection reservoir. Approximately 13 acres would be disturbed in the development and operation of the proposed project.
ent and operation of the proposed project.  +
Name DOI-BLM-CA-017-P006-60  +
OpenEI/PageDescription : NEPA document related to geothermal resource areas   +
OpenEI/PageKeyword Geothermal  + , Long Valley Caldera Geothermal Area  +
Place California: Energy Resources +
ProposedAction Pacific Energy proposes to construct and o
Pacific Energy proposes to construct and operate a 10 MWe (net) binary power plant and geothermal wellfield development project (PLES I Project) on federal geothermal lease CA-11667. The project area is located approximately three miles east of the Town of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California and is within the Long Valley East Geothermal Unit on land administered by the Inyo National Forest. The project area is within the Long Valley KGRA, immediately adjacent to the existing seven MWe (net) Mammoth-Pacific I geothermal resource electric generating facility (MP I). The proposed project would include: the drilling, construction, and operation of geothermal production and injection wellfields; the construction and operation of the related production pipeline gathering and injection pipeline distribution system; the construction and operation of a 10 MWe (net) binary power plant facility; and construction of control facilities. As part of the proposed project, all of the mitigating stipulations previously applied by the BLM have been adopted. Geothermal fluid, produced from up to four geothermal production wells located in the vicinity of Casa Diablo Hot Springs, would be directed by surface pipelines to the proposed binary power plant facility. Approximately 5,000 gpm of geothermal fluid would be produced. After heat extraction, the cooled geothermal fluid would be directed from the power plant by surface pipeline up to four geothermal injection wells and injected into the subsurface injection reservoir. Approximately 13 acres would be disturbed in the development and operation of the proposed project.
ent and operation of the proposed project.  +
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