Learn more about the Céré-la-Ronde (37) site, the most recent aquifer storage site of Storengy France.
Commissioned in 1993, the Céré-la-Ronde site is the most recent aquifer storage site of Storengy in France. It extends across 2 towns in Indre-et-Loire, and 5 towns in Loir-et-Cher. Its geological structure is characterised by the existence of two domes. Located at the heart of the French gas transport network, it occupies a strategic place in the procurement of natural gas for Paris, Lyon, Nantes and the south of France.
Between 2007 and 2012, the site underwent major renovation and development works, in particular with the commissioning of a new electrical compression technology used to reduce atmospheric emissions.