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Independent sinkhole flyover catches crude oil stench

 
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Independent sinkhole flyover catches crude oil stench
"I will say the odor was the heaviest and strongest I have ever experienced in all my time in Louisiana," said photographer Jeffrey Dubinsky
...."A thick slick of crude oil can be seen covering much of the sinkhole. In one of their new pictures, oil and water is seen flowing from the sinkhole into the adjacent environment," LEAN says. "Both the crude oil and the high salinity of the water escaping the sinkhole could have devastating effects on the surrounding trees and swamp land."
•Marketable crude oil found on the sinkhole’s surface and in the salt cavern are virtually identical, providing indications that the cavern failure may have caused the sinkhole, as scientists have suspected since the slurry hole formed Aug. 3.
•Natural gas in the salt cavern and percolating in waterways in the vicinity of the sinkhole have “a lot of similarities” at a molecular level while bubbles farther west in Pierre Part are swamp gas from decomposing organic matter.
•Material believed to be a shale sediment was found inside the plugged and abandoned Texas Brine salt cavern, apparently filling about 1,500 feet of the 2,250-foot-long cavity and pointing to some kind of cavern failure along its lower side.
•Natural gas in the Texas Brine cavern is similar to that in a nearby Chevron storage cavern, but both the gas and the crude oil may have entered the Texas Brine cavern from any of three natural oil and gas production zones along the western side of the salt dome. That oil may have also found its way up the side of the dome to the sinkhole’s surface.
•The USGS consensus is that the failure of the Texas Brine cavern caused the earth tremors, not the other way around, as Texas Brine maintains.
[link to www.examiner.com]
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