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Speak Out about the Proposed Reopening of the Aliso Canyon Gas Storage Facility


The State Department of Conservation and the PUC are about to give the Gas Company the green light to re-open the Aliso Canyon Facility.  We must do our best to stop that effort.

Two public hearings are scheduled to collect public feedback on the proposed well reopening:

Wednesday, February 1, 5:30-9:00pm
Thursday, February 2, 5:30-9:00pm

Hilton Woodland Hills
Trillium Room
6360 Canoga Avenue
Woodland Hills, CA 91367

The meeting is being held as required by Senator Pavley's Senate Bill 380 to provide an opportunity for comment on the findings of the comprehensive gas storage well safety review conducted at the Aliso Canyon Storage Facility and on the Division’s proposed minimum and maximum pressure limits for the Aliso Canyon Storage Facility.

The CPUC will be on hand to discuss energy reliability and how to participate in a future proceeding to determine the feasibility of minimizing or eliminating the use of the Aliso Canyon Storage Facility. 

Contact Your Public Officials:

City Councilman, District 12, Mitchell Englander
Board of Education, District 3, Scott Schmerelson
County Supervisor, District 5, Kathryn Barger
State Senator, District 27, Henry Stern
State Assemblyman, District 38, Dante Acosta
Congressman, District 25, Steve Knight
Congressman, District 30, Brad Sherman (West of Moonshine Canyon)

Relevant Documents:

PRNC Letter in Support of SB57

PRNC Comments on PUC Inventory Finding January 31, 2017

PRNC Comments on DOGGR Well Safety Findings January 31, 2017

PRNC Statements at February 1 and 2, 2017 Hearings

The Aliso Canyon Storage Facility comprehensive gas storage well safety review and related documents and information are available on the Division’s website at: http://www.conservation.ca.gov/dog/AlisoCanyon/Pages/Well-Detail.aspx.

The proposed minimum and maximum pressure for the Aliso Canyon Storage Facility and related documents and information are available on the Division’s website at: http://www.conservation.ca.gov/dog/Pages/AlisoCanyon.aspx.

Information about the range of working gas necessary to ensure safety and reliability for the region will be available on CPUC’s website at: http://www.cpuc.ca.gov/aliso/.

Background, Summary of Well Safety Review Findings, Proposed Pressure Limits

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