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Message Subject Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
Poster Handle BadHairDay
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OK, one instance where I will gladly blow my own trumpet...
Ages back, I suggested that oil and other petro chemicals were indeed stored in salt domes that had been evacuated to make reserves. Quite a few folks, mainly trolls, rideculed this idea, yet here is a govt' data base listing just that -

"Since the 1980s, the number of salt cavern storage sites developed in the United States has grown steadily, principally because of its unique capabilities and high cycling rate (inventory turnover). The large majority of salt cavern storage facilities have been developed in salt dome formations located in the Gulf Coast States. Salt caverns leached from bedded salt formations in Northeastern, Midwestern, and Western States have also been developed but the number has been limited due to a lack of suitable geology. Cavern construction is more costly than depleted field conversion when measured on the basis of dollars per thousand cubic feet of working gas capacity, but the ability to perform several withdrawal and injection cycles each year reduces the per-unit cost of each thousand cubic feet of gas injected and withdrawn."

The explosive capacity of these reserves, coupled with damage done at deep water sections of the very same salt formations that end up on land, hundreds of miles away, allowing them to flow, uncontrolled, is truly frightening.
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