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HUGE Louisiana sinkhole! PART 2

 
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forgive my ignorance, I am just learning of this whole mess in the past 24 hours. What do they hope to accomplish with vent wells?
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No sure I'm the guy to answer this but; my guess would be that, if they feel that they know where the 'bubbles' are coming from, they can drill into that area and allow it to 'vent' up through their newly drilled well, allowing them some sort of monitoring/control over it.

The guy that created this map has put in a lot of effort, just zoom in to that location like with google earth: [link to www.climateviewer.com]

Just 'check' the 'Bayuo Corne Sinkhole 'check-box' and zoom in, lots of info. on there.

With all the wells around there, (oil/gas/water injection/salt), 'they' obviously have a pretty good handle on how the various formations are laid out and, I'd think, would be able to pinpoint where the 'bubbling was originating from and target that.

That said, it will be down to be being able to analyse the 'bubbles' and attribute them accurately to the correct underground location to get the correct target.
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There are some pictures of the six geoprobes located on the Triche property.


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Driving of casing in the second vent well is complete (visible on Highway 70, northeast of the community). They were able to go down to 199'. If all activities remain on schedule, we may see flaring as early as Thursday or Friday.

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10:50 a.m. Slough In on SW Side of Sinkhole

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The Assumption Parish Waterworks has advised us that there is a main water line break along Highway 70.

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Nation tells Jindal to expand La. sinkhole evacuation area

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Thanks for the daily updates !
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*Confirmed* Gov’t: Oil reported in Gulf matches BP’s Macondo Well

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Found a short video of the (NEW?) oil spill in the Gulf from October 5. My apologies if it has been posted before.






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NEWS RELEASE
www.dnr.louisiana.gov

For Immediate Release
Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012
Contact: Phyllis Darensbourg, 225.342.0058

Office of Conservation Orders Texas Brine To Assess And Abate Natural Gas In Bayou Corne Area
Order draws from scientific evidence that shows Texas Brine cavern failure led to crude oil and natural gas reaching surface

BATON ROUGE – Louisiana Commissioner of Conservation James Welsh today ordered Texas Brine LLC to take action to assess and abate threats to public safety and the environment caused by the failure of its abandoned brine cavern on the west side of the Napoleonville Salt Dome, including the presence of natural gas in the area ground water aquifer.

Welsh said that order is based on analysis by the Office of Conservation and expert consultants with the Office’s contracted agent, Shaw Environmental and Infrastructure, and came as a result of the latest information from sampling and testing of water, natural gas bubbling sites, the sinkhole area and the contents and structure of the failed cavern, along with previously developed data on conditions in and around the salt dome and Bayou Corne area.

Welsh noted that, based on “fingerprint” analysis and other data, the source of the crude oil and natural gas that have been observed at the surface in the Bayou Corne area appears to be one or more naturally occurring oil and natural gas formations, and that the preponderance of scientific evidence indicates that the failure of the sidewall of the Texas Brine cavern provided a pathway up to the aquifer and the surface for oil and natural gas that had previously been confined thousands of feet below.

“We have been driven by scientific data in all of our efforts to determine the cause of the natural gas found in the aquifer, the formation of the sinkhole, and the presence of crude oil found on the surface of the sinkhole,” Welsh said.

As part of additional requirements for Texas Brine under the existing Declaration of Emergency and Directive, the company is required first and foremost to “undertake any and all necessary actions to assess for and abate threats to safety and the environment, including the natural gas in the aquifer.”

In addition, Texas Brine is ordered to:
Maintain stability of pressure in the failed cavern to prevent additional changes to the cavern or sinkhole due to pressure changes
Install monitoring wells in the Bayou Corne community to monitor water quality and pressures, as well as elevation benchmarks within the community for subsidence monitoring
Install pressure monitor at wellhead of the cavern re-entry well, designed to provide real-time data to parish emergency response agencies of any rapid pressure change
Upgrade and expand seismic monitoring array to cover a wider area and include real-time data processing and interpretation of micro-seismic data, with seismic data reported in real-time to parish emergency response agencies
Install continuous water level monitoring station at the sinkhole
Collect and interpret geophysical data to determine the exact structure of the zone of failure and its impact on the surface and subsurface
Welsh said that the Office of Conservation is also continuing the effort, in coordination with Shaw Environmental, to establish and expand the array of observation/vent wells to provide for removal of natural gas found in the aquifer near the Bayou Corne community.

“Establishing how natural gas reached the aquifer and what caused the formation of the sinkhole was an important step in the process, but the work is not yet done. We will continue to hold Texas Brine accountable and ensure that this work is completed as quickly as possible, in a manner that protects their safety and the environment,” Welsh said.

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Newest map of sinkhole!

[link to www.edsuite.com]
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10/14/2012 05:06 PM
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Newest map of sinkhole!

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I am still watching this thing w/ absolute amazement! WTF is goin on? No one seems to know. So terrible for the residents!
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Crude oil covering sinkhole, flowing into adjacent environment

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Mysterious tremors 45 miles from sinkhole
Parts of Louisiana's Gulf coast Lafourche and Terrebonne parishes, approximately 45 miles from the giant Assumption Parish sinkhole in the Bayou Corne area of a breached Napoleonville Salt Dome cavern, shook Wednesday, causing offices of officials to be flooded with telephone calls from frightened residents.

A little before 2 p.m. Wednesday, reports began flooding officials' offices about tremors with loud thunder noises some 45 miles from Louisiana's giant sinkhole and about 140 miles northwest of the BP-wrecked Macondo Prospect oil well in the Gulf of Mexico. Even residents in brick houses were rattled by the quakes.
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I find it extremely odd that none of these tremors/quakes are showing on the USGS site.

Smells 'stinkathy' to me.
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I find it extremely odd that none of these tremors/quakes are showing on the USGS site.

Smells 'stinkathy' to me.
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They really don't put up anything east of the Mississippi. Look into other sources. ANF used to do an OK job. You can also see them in the helicorders, especially is you go back a couple of days. Remeber too, USGS does not classify what is happenning down there as earthquakes.

helicorders here... [link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

ANF site here ... [link to anf.ucsd.edu]
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Todays Fly over!





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For the safety of workers at Louisiana's giant sinkhole, boats are not permitted on it anymore because removing hydrocarbons could cause pressure changes that could affect the expanding hole blamed on one company, while unexplained and dismissed gas bubbling 50 miles west of the sinkhole, at Lake Peigneur, increasingly worries locals there, who say they, too, experience energy human rights abuses.

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Lake Peigneur Sinkhole Disaster



Just to refresh old memories here locally & bring perspective to possible events of a more current dangerous/deadlier Salt Dome disaster in the making!


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A submarine robot is seeking the source of a surface oil sheen that matched oil from the massive 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, ...

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Thanks for sticking with this thread Paa Tal! Keep it up, we appreciate it!
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Thanks for sticking with this thread Paa Tal! Keep it up, we appreciate it!
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X2 !
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Todays Fly over!



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Todays Fly over!



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Sweet! Lake front property coming quick for residents!!!
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Todays Fly over!



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Holy crap! Look at all the dead trees (they look white). I bet that's where the hole is expanding to, next, and it looks like it will be HUGE! Also looks like that platform will be swallowed up soon, too.
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Holy crap! Look at all the dead trees (they look white). I bet that's where the hole is expanding to, next, and it looks like it will be HUGE! Also looks like that platform will be swallowed up soon, too.
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If you look off in the distance in that flyover, "dead" trees are outside of the adjacent green trees as well. So it looks to me like they're just losing their leaves.
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Holy crap! Look at all the dead trees (they look white). I bet that's where the hole is expanding to, next, and it looks like it will be HUGE! Also looks like that platform will be swallowed up soon, too.
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If you look off in the distance in that flyover, "dead" trees are outside of the adjacent green trees as well. So it looks to me like they're just losing their leaves.
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STFU!! the trees are smoke white -- dead. like you.
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anyway we could get a flyover compilation?
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Holy crap! Look at all the dead trees (they look white). I bet that's where the hole is expanding to, next, and it looks like it will be HUGE! Also looks like that platform will be swallowed up soon, too.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1688302



If you look off in the distance in that flyover, "dead" trees are outside of the adjacent green trees as well. So it looks to me like they're just losing their leaves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25734797


STFU!! the trees are smoke white -- dead. like you.
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Watch it again. Yeah, you can see the trees around the immediate area that look dead, then green trees surrounding those ones, but beyond them further out are trees that look the same.

I'm not saying the trees aren't dying there as a direct result of the sink-hole but it doesn't look so black & white when you take into account the other trees in the vicinity.

Still, compare the new flyover with the one on the 4th and from just a few days ago... getting bigger by the day!
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Holy crap! Look at all the dead trees (they look white). I bet that's where the hole is expanding to, next, and it looks like it will be HUGE! Also looks like that platform will be swallowed up soon, too.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1688302



If you look off in the distance in that flyover, "dead" trees are outside of the adjacent green trees as well. So it looks to me like they're just losing their leaves.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25734797


STFU!! the trees are smoke white -- dead. like you.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16287714


Watch it again. Yeah, you can see the trees around the immediate area that look dead, then green trees surrounding those ones, but beyond them further out are trees that look the same.

I'm not saying the trees aren't dying there as a direct result of the sink-hole but it doesn't look so black & white when you take into account the other trees in the vicinity.

Still, compare the new flyover with the one on the 4th and from just a few days ago... getting bigger by the day!
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um, why don't you research that particular tree and geographical location before posting that it is like oaks that turn and drop leaves in the mountains. those are not the same type of trees.
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LOOKS LIKE AN OIL PIT

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