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Geospatial Services (GIS)

Geospatial Services 

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) offer a suite of tools for capturing, storing, manipulating, analyzing, managing, and presenting geographic data. This type of data is frequently required by regulatory agencies for various environmental and planning assessments.


Water Well Surveys

The California Environmental Reporting System (CERS) is a statewide web-based system to support California Unified Program Agencies (CUPAs) in electronically collecting and reporting various hazardous material-related data as mandated by Section 25404 (e)(2-5) of the California Health and Safety Code and 2008 Legislation (AB 2286).


Volumetric Calculations for Underground Injection

For new projects like underground injection (UIC) permits, waterflood permits, and aquifer exemptions, accurate waste front and pressure calculations are essential.
These calculations demonstrate the project's impact on surrounding wells and aid in assessing its potential influence on underground drinking water sources. GIS plays a crucial role in analyzing and visualizing the project's data for comprehensive understanding.


Supported Activities

  • Pipeline Management Plans

  • Oil Spill Response Plans

  • SPCC Plans

  • Injection Well Project Review and Applications

  • RWQCB Permitting (WDRs)




Class I and II Injection Well Applications: These applications benefit from precise GIS data to ensure compliance with geological and environmental standards.


Steam Flood and Water Flood Applications: GIS mapping helps in planning and monitoring these enhanced oil recovery methods, providing detailed spatial analysis of the affected areas.


Aquifer Exemption Applications: GIS is crucial for delineating boundaries and assessing the hydrological impacts, supporting applications for exemptions where applicable.

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