DOI-BLM-NV-C010-2013-0026-DNA

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NEPA Document Collection for: DOI-BLM-NV-C010-2013-0026-DNA
DNA at Dixie Valley Geothermal Area for Geothermal/Well Field,

DNA for Production Wells and Temporary Above Ground Water Pipeline at Dixie Valley Geothermal Area for Geothermal/Well Field

General NEPA Document Info
Energy Sector Geothermal energy

Environmental
Analysis Type

DNA

Applicant

TGP Coyote Canyon LLC

Geothermal Area

Dixie Valley Geothermal Area

Project Location

Nevada

Project Phase

Geothermal/Well Field

Techniques

Production Wells
Time Frame (days)
Application Time 56
Participating Agencies

Lead Agency

BLM

Funding Agency

none provided

Managing District Office

Carson City

Managing Field Office

Stillwater

Funding Agencies

none provided

Surface Manager

BLM

Mineral Manager

BLM
Selected Dates
Application Date 2013/01/14
Application
Document Type
Sundry Notice
Decision Document Date 2013/03/11
Relevant Numbers
Lead Agency
Doc Number
NVN-091836
Serial Number NVN-091836
Tiered Doc DOI-BLM-NV-C010-2012-0051-EA

Proposed Action

TGP Coyote Canyon, LLC proposes to construct a temporary, above-ground, 6-inch polyurethane water pipeline to transport freshwater from an existing water well, near the Dixie Valley Geothermal Plant, to geothermal well 36-14 for drilling operations. Approximately 9,850 feet of pipe has already been constructed (authorized by a previously approved Sundry Notice) to serve the 76-14 geothermal well. An additional 4,100 feet would be added to reach the 36-14 well pad. The pipeline would be placed just outside the south ditch of the Dixie Valley Road. The pipeline would cross existing roads through 12-inch culverts that would be buried in the road surface to allow vehicles to cross over the pipe without crushing it. No new surface disturbance outside of the previously disturbed road crossings would be created by the pipeline. Some scuffing of the surface may occur during construction or if the pipe shifts. Only freshwater would be transported through the pipeline. The pipeline would be constructed entirely on public lands. A 13,950-foot long by 10-foot wide right-of-way (3.020 acres) would accommodate construction, maintenance, and removal of the pipeline. The right-of-way would have a five year grant term.


Data Completion Notes

Added to Database 11/26/2013

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