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Brown and Knudsen agreed that a leak at the wellhead or in the well could presumably be plugged relatively easily, but a major breach of the cavern, such as a fracture that opened the well or cavern to air, could cause a massive release of butane.

Given the massive forces involved in the earthquake activity and subsidence, such a major breach is not beyond the realm of possibility, as attested by officials last week based on scientific teams investigating the situation."

DNR sinkhole engineer, Chris Knotts has said that little can be done to repair the sinkhole "if the cavern is fractured."

Asked questions arising from the Brown report, McMillan said they were unable to comment, adding, "We will follow-up once we have more details to share with the public."

Tuesday morning after a sharp increase in seismic activity, the giant sinkhole swallowed another 500 square meters of land and trees, halting cleanup efforts.

Seismologist Steve Horton was unavailable for further comment on yesterday’s seismic events.

[link to www.examiner.com]
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Please pray for LAhiding
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Not so breaking....happened yesterday.

"Reported to parish officials about 6 a.m., the Thursday morning flare reached a reported 40 feet for about 10 minutes and gradually lowered before going out, Boudreaux said.
 Quoting: Justalittlebad


Yup...and if this was as much a disaster as it has been made to be here and all these domes are interconnected there would have been a hell of an explosion or at the very least a much longer flair than a few minutes or maybe an hour at most. This has been going on for months and when it is finally lit up this is all that happens? Doom off...sorry. I've been wrong in the past, but I just don't see the huge disaster that some are saying is going to take out 7 states.
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there is a snare trap for babylon isnt there , is t will a huge gas explosion then the entire east coast slipping into the sea
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Is this the first and only sink hole in the world??????????
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Is this the first and only sink hole in the world??????????
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YES
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The "flare" isn't actually coming from the cavern itself, and never did.

They are flaring through a flare stack, a tall joint of pipe with an ignition source at the top that burns unwanted/dangerous/etc material... no flames inside the cavern.

A 40' flare may sound huge, but I have seen (and worked on) much larger on a daily basis for many years.

I have years of experience with these. I can see the point of flaring out of a stack in this setting being a double-edge sword... the height of the flame will help ensure that no dense, low-lying combustibles are ignited during this operation, but I have seen large gusts of wind carry flames much larger than this close enough to the ground to cause concern... this may be why the emergency response plan was enacted, the choke was opened too much letting an unsafe amount of gas flare at once...

A thermal oxidizer would have been a MUCH safer option in this setting. An enclosed flare that eliminates most of the pollutants and dangerous by-products of flaring before releasing them into the atmosphere... much more expensive than flaring, which is why it wasn't chosen.

From my experience I would say the flaring is safe, at the moment. Roads were closed briefly (which I'm sure is where "emergency response" came into this), probably to make sure once the choke was backed off that the flare would back off as well.

But I will also confirm one thing: oil and gas companies don't give a fuck about your health. They don't care about your safety. They don't care if you're dead or alive, the loss of our lives would be considered collateral damage, as many have said before me. Money and greed power the machine. There is no rule, state or federal, that won't bend FOR THEM. It is my job to ensure that these rules are upheld, and that the general public is kept safe. I have been in the corporate offices of almost every major energy company to discuss their safety programs and contingency planning, and I have witnessed in most cases a blatant disregard for the safety of humanity and the environment. The only thing they are concerned with protecting is the almighty buck.

With that being said, I don't mean to downplay this situation at all, but people freaking out about the flaring should target their concerns at the many other dangerous factors going on now... this is an impending disaster, no way around that.

I have been asked by many of these companies to turn a blind eye as they break the rules, but refuse. Fuck putting a price on human life.. animal life... any life. I have averted many shady operations in the past, but this one is completely out of my realm, and I am deeply concerned with how it's going to turn out.

Pray, love, send positive energy, whatever your thing is, to the people of Louisiana... and the many other areas that this could potentially affect. This situation is no joking matter.
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The "flare" isn't actually coming from the cavern itself, and never did.

They are flaring through a flare stack, a tall joint of pipe with an ignition source at the top that burns unwanted/dangerous/etc material... no flames inside the cavern.

A 40' flare may sound huge, but I have seen (and worked on) much larger on a daily basis for many years.

I have years of experience with these. I can see the point of flaring out of a stack in this setting being a double-edge sword... the height of the flame will help ensure that no dense, low-lying combustibles are ignited during this operation, but I have seen large gusts of wind carry flames much larger than this close enough to the ground to cause concern... this may be why the emergency response plan was enacted, the choke was opened too much letting an unsafe amount of gas flare at once...

A thermal oxidizer would have been a MUCH safer option in this setting. An enclosed flare that eliminates most of the pollutants and dangerous by-products of flaring before releasing them into the atmosphere... much more expensive than flaring, which is why it wasn't chosen.

From my experience I would say the flaring is safe, at the moment. Roads were closed briefly (which I'm sure is where "emergency response" came into this), probably to make sure once the choke was backed off that the flare would back off as well.

But I will also confirm one thing: oil and gas companies don't give a fuck about your health. They don't care about your safety. They don't care if you're dead or alive, the loss of our lives would be considered collateral damage, as many have said before me. Money and greed power the machine. There is no rule, state or federal, that won't bend FOR THEM. It is my job to ensure that these rules are upheld, and that the general public is kept safe. I have been in the corporate offices of almost every major energy company to discuss their safety programs and contingency planning, and I have witnessed in most cases a blatant disregard for the safety of humanity and the environment. The only thing they are concerned with protecting is the almighty buck.

With that being said, I don't mean to downplay this situation at all, but people freaking out about the flaring should target their concerns at the many other dangerous factors going on now... this is an impending disaster, no way around that.

I have been asked by many of these companies to turn a blind eye as they break the rules, but refuse. Fuck putting a price on human life.. animal life... any life. I have averted many shady operations in the past, but this one is completely out of my realm, and I am deeply concerned with how it's going to turn out.

Pray, love, send positive energy, whatever your thing is, to the people of Louisiana... and the many other areas that this could potentially affect. This situation is no joking matter.
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Interesting post thanks...this whole situation is definitely something that I believe is beyond human capabilities now to fix....but not unexpected at all. Man will continue to push the boundaries and we will all end up paying the price.
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Show me pictures of the flare up or this is bull....
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Is this the first and only sink hole in the world??????????
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No, but it's what's involved . . .

BP nuked a fault line . . . what's happening now are the repercussions of that.

A techtonic plate was discovered underneath the Louisiana bayou and a huge gas pocket, previously believed to be dormant in the GOM, is actually active . . . thus, the tie from GOM up to New Madrid Seismic Zone.

There are 15 nuclear plants to consider, plus the NMSZ is covered with a criss-crossing of natural gas pipelines . . . LA sinkhole, increased seismic activity in NM and even into Texas, huge amoutns of methane being released, Synthia out of control entering land and water supply . . . plus NMSZ . . . potential for disaster.
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Is this the first and only sink hole in the world??????????
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No, but it's what's involved . . .

BP nuked a fault line . . . what's happening now are the repercussions of that.

A techtonic plate was discovered underneath the Louisiana bayou and a huge gas pocket, previously believed to be dormant in the GOM, is actually active . . . thus, the tie from GOM up to New Madrid Seismic Zone.

There are 15 nuclear plants to consider, plus the NMSZ is covered with a criss-crossing of natural gas pipelines . . . LA sinkhole, increased seismic activity in NM and even into Texas, huge amoutns of methane being released, Synthia out of control entering land and water supply . . . plus NMSZ . . . potential for disaster.
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BP nuked a fault line ??????????????????????????????

Really????

That would be news.

Let us know when something more than a 40ft flame shoots out.
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Shit just go Real

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“Emergency response” for butane cavern nearest giant sinkhole — 40-foot high flames seen from flaring — Officials don’t know what happened


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These officials never seem to know what the fuck is happening.

Amiright?
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Show me pictures of the flare up or this is bull....
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click on the links, nimrod.
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This is a Goofy Bitch that will not answer a reasonable question.
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at least you know that about yourself.
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This is a Goofy Bitch that will not answer a reasonable question.
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at least you know that about yourself.
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WHAT??
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This is a Goofy Bitch that will not answer a reasonable question.
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at least you know that about yourself.
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WHAT??
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haha
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The "flare" isn't actually coming from the cavern itself, and never did.

They are flaring through a flare stack, a tall joint of pipe with an ignition source at the top that burns unwanted/dangerous/etc material... no flames inside the cavern.

A 40' flare may sound huge, but I have seen (and worked on) much larger on a daily basis for many years.

I have years of experience with these. I can see the point of flaring out of a stack in this setting being a double-edge sword... the height of the flame will help ensure that no dense, low-lying combustibles are ignited during this operation, but I have seen large gusts of wind carry flames much larger than this close enough to the ground to cause concern... this may be why the emergency response plan was enacted, the choke was opened too much letting an unsafe amount of gas flare at once...

A thermal oxidizer would have been a MUCH safer option in this setting. An enclosed flare that eliminates most of the pollutants and dangerous by-products of flaring before releasing them into the atmosphere... much more expensive than flaring, which is why it wasn't chosen.

From my experience I would say the flaring is safe, at the moment. Roads were closed briefly (which I'm sure is where "emergency response" came into this), probably to make sure once the choke was backed off that the flare would back off as well.

But I will also confirm one thing: oil and gas companies don't give a fuck about your health. They don't care about your safety. They don't care if you're dead or alive, the loss of our lives would be considered collateral damage, as many have said before me. Money and greed power the machine. There is no rule, state or federal, that won't bend FOR THEM. It is my job to ensure that these rules are upheld, and that the general public is kept safe. I have been in the corporate offices of almost every major energy company to discuss their safety programs and contingency planning, and I have witnessed in most cases a blatant disregard for the safety of humanity and the environment. The only thing they are concerned with protecting is the almighty buck.

With that being said, I don't mean to downplay this situation at all, but people freaking out about the flaring should target their concerns at the many other dangerous factors going on now... this is an impending disaster, no way around that.

I have been asked by many of these companies to turn a blind eye as they break the rules, but refuse. Fuck putting a price on human life.. animal life... any life. I have averted many shady operations in the past, but this one is completely out of my realm, and I am deeply concerned with how it's going to turn out.

Pray, love, send positive energy, whatever your thing is, to the people of Louisiana... and the many other areas that this could potentially affect. This situation is no joking matter.
 Quoting: StingOwens


Much appreciate your concern and explanation... what in your opinion is the breakdown of the situation, and what possible outcomes do you forsee with your experience and knowledge in this industry? How far should people be evacuated? Is this related to the Bp well? What did you think of Matt Simmons and his warnings about gas underground? Did the GOM seafloor sink? Are the "booms" being heard underground for the past few months, explosions more recently, possibly related to this as well?

Yesterday - Wausau, WI (near where 'booms' heard over summer) [link to www.waow.com]

Yesterday - Glen Falls, NY [link to poststar.com]

Comment where I posted this on my page:
Caroline (deleted) "My husband is Journeyman electrician 30 yrs says these were caused by more than electrical problems!
I live in Glens Falls, NY. 8-10 times the gas blew up in the vault , the vault is suppose to contain any kind of explosion but sending manhole covers starting at 65lbs + flying is nuts. He says its a cover up. This is far from the New Madrid meaning methane pockets everywhere are excited and expandingWe ended up with a small sinkhole(1 1/2 dia by 3 foot deep)in our corn field and another farmer said he has had others and one in particular is growing now the size of a kitchen table in Dia. These have never been seen before up on our hill. Dutchsince is right things are shifting and sinkholes are appearing every where. So our Nuclear plants are in trouble!"

5 days ago - New Jersey boom (again): [link to www.nbcphiladelphia.com]


Could you share with us what you know or think IS happening down there?

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FLAMES?????????? FLARE?????????????

SHE IS GONNA BLOW.

PRAY FOR THE SOULS IN THAT AREA. THEY ARE
GOING TO BE OBLITERATED.....IF NOT VAPORIZED.

DEAR GOD HAVE MERCY ON THEIR SOULS.
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The "flare" isn't actually coming from the cavern itself, and never did.

They are flaring through a flare stack, a tall joint of pipe with an ignition source at the top that burns unwanted/dangerous/etc material... no flames inside the cavern.

A 40' flare may sound huge, but I have seen (and worked on) much larger on a daily basis for many years.

I have years of experience with these. I can see the point of flaring out of a stack in this setting being a double-edge sword... the height of the flame will help ensure that no dense, low-lying combustibles are ignited during this operation, but I have seen large gusts of wind carry flames much larger than this close enough to the ground to cause concern... this may be why the emergency response plan was enacted, the choke was opened too much letting an unsafe amount of gas flare at once...

A thermal oxidizer would have been a MUCH safer option in this setting. An enclosed flare that eliminates most of the pollutants and dangerous by-products of flaring before releasing them into the atmosphere... much more expensive than flaring, which is why it wasn't chosen.

From my experience I would say the flaring is safe, at the moment. Roads were closed briefly (which I'm sure is where "emergency response" came into this), probably to make sure once the choke was backed off that the flare would back off as well.

But I will also confirm one thing: oil and gas companies don't give a fuck about your health. They don't care about your safety. They don't care if you're dead or alive, the loss of our lives would be considered collateral damage, as many have said before me. Money and greed power the machine. There is no rule, state or federal, that won't bend FOR THEM. It is my job to ensure that these rules are upheld, and that the general public is kept safe. I have been in the corporate offices of almost every major energy company to discuss their safety programs and contingency planning, and I have witnessed in most cases a blatant disregard for the safety of humanity and the environment. The only thing they are concerned with protecting is the almighty buck.

With that being said, I don't mean to downplay this situation at all, but people freaking out about the flaring should target their concerns at the many other dangerous factors going on now... this is an impending disaster, no way around that.

I have been asked by many of these companies to turn a blind eye as they break the rules, but refuse. Fuck putting a price on human life.. animal life... any life. I have averted many shady operations in the past, but this one is completely out of my realm, and I am deeply concerned with how it's going to turn out.

Pray, love, send positive energy, whatever your thing is, to the people of Louisiana... and the many other areas that this could potentially affect. This situation is no joking matter.
 Quoting: StingOwens


Much appreciate your concern and explanation... what in your opinion is the breakdown of the situation, and what possible outcomes do you forsee with your experience and knowledge in this industry? How far should people be evacuated? Is this related to the Bp well? What did you think of Matt Simmons and his warnings about gas underground? Did the GOM seafloor sink? Are the "booms" being heard underground for the past few months, explosions more recently, possibly related to this as well?

Yesterday - Wausau, WI (near where 'booms' heard over summer) [link to www.waow.com]

Yesterday - Glen Falls, NY [link to poststar.com]

Comment where I posted this on my page:
Caroline (deleted) "My husband is Journeyman electrician 30 yrs says these were caused by more than electrical problems!
I live in Glens Falls, NY. 8-10 times the gas blew up in the vault , the vault is suppose to contain any kind of explosion but sending manhole covers starting at 65lbs + flying is nuts. He says its a cover up. This is far from the New Madrid meaning methane pockets everywhere are excited and expandingWe ended up with a small sinkhole(1 1/2 dia by 3 foot deep)in our corn field and another farmer said he has had others and one in particular is growing now the size of a kitchen table in Dia. These have never been seen before up on our hill. Dutchsince is right things are shifting and sinkholes are appearing every where. So our Nuclear plants are in trouble!"

5 days ago - New Jersey boom (again): [link to www.nbcphiladelphia.com]


Could you share with us what you know or think IS happening down there?
 Quoting: RadChick


:jerkoff:
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FLAMES?????????? FLARE?????????????

SHE IS GONNA BLOW.

PRAY FOR THE SOULS IN THAT AREA. THEY ARE
GOING TO BE OBLITERATED.....IF NOT VAPORIZED.

DEAR GOD HAVE MERCY ON THEIR SOULS.
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ahhh
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FLAMES?????????? FLARE?????????????

SHE IS GONNA BLOW.

PRAY FOR THE SOULS IN THAT AREA. THEY ARE
GOING TO BE OBLITERATED.....IF NOT VAPORIZED.

DEAR GOD HAVE MERCY ON THEIR SOULS.
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Let's hope not. Prayers go out to the people down there!

Thanks, OP for the updates.

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Not so breaking....happened yesterday.

"Reported to parish officials about 6 a.m., the Thursday morning flare reached a reported 40 feet for about 10 minutes and gradually lowered before going out, Boudreaux said.
 Quoting: Justalittlebad


Yup...and if this was as much a disaster as it has been made to be here and all these domes are interconnected there would have been a hell of an explosion or at the very least a much longer flair than a few minutes or maybe an hour at most. This has been going on for months and when it is finally lit up this is all that happens? Doom off...sorry. I've been wrong in the past, but I just don't see the huge disaster that some are saying is going to take out 7 states.
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God I hope your right ! Please spare all the good people down there.
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OP i started a thread today which touched on this....
these fools down there have know clue what they are doing.....
just punch yet one more hole in the mess....
they now have admitted that the methane gas is a match to the now found crude oil filling this disaster.....crude oil.....gee that is what i have been saying was the root of this for ...since aug 2nd.

now let look further south....into the GOM again....why not say over the the old BP rupture site!

OMG there is a huge oil slick there now...new and growing....
NOAA and the USCG have stated this new found crude oil floating about the BP site is in deed a 100% match for the BP rupture's crude oil!
so it is looking like the cover up has wel....float up and now seen today on the surface of the GOM!

Thread: Are the DOTS slowly being connected down in LA with the sink hole and BP's rupture in 2010!

people these oh so smart ones running all this should FREAKING test the crude oil in La to the crude oil from the BP rupture!!!!!
and do it FREAKING fast!!!!


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BP nuked a fault line ??????????????????????????????

Really????

That would be news.

Let us know when something more than a 40ft flame shoots out.
 Quoting: mikebo2



No, it would not be "news" as the masses know it . . . but the repercussions are playing out.
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HELLO I would go away for the weekend


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Re: Sinkhole emergency butane flared 40 !!!!!!!!Emergency response”
OP i started a thread today which touched on this....
these fools down there have know clue what they are doing.....
just punch yet one more hole in the mess....
they now have admitted that the methane gas is a match to the now found crude oil filling this disaster.....crude oil.....gee that is what i have been saying was the root of the for ...since aug 2nd.

now let look further south....into the GOM again....why not say over the the old BP rupture site!

OMG there is a huge oil slick there now...new and growing....
NOAA and the USCG have stated this new found crude oil floating about the BP site is in deed a 100% match for the BP rupture's crude oil!
so it is looking like the cover up has wel....float up and now seen today on the surface of the GOM!

Thread: Are the DOTS slowly being connected down in LA with the sink hole and BP's rupture in 2010!

people these oh so smart one running all this should FREAKING test the crude oil in La to the crude oil from the BP rupture!!!!!
and do it FREAKING fast!!!!

 Quoting: psyoptics



Read the Assumption thread for more details.

BP nuked a fault line, compromised it. There's a very active gas pocket in GOM, a newly discovered techtonic plate under Louisiana Bayou, and the New Madrid Seismic Zone is unstable, with a major grid of natural gas pipelines and 15 nuclear plants nearby. Also theory is that Synthia, rather than merely eating crude oil, mixed with substances and then mutated, now out of control and entering land, aquifers, water supply.

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