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The Princeton Submarine Valley System is a large North to South trending sea valley found in the subsurface of the Northern Sacramento Valley.

Truncation, pinchout, and permeability traps are associated with the Lower Princeton Valley Fill. Production from these traps is found in seven gas fields which have a cumulative production near 100 bcf. Additional production from similar traps remains to be found along this feature.

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