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Read about abiotic oil. If the Texas wells are replenishing, that is good for oil prices (if the public ever knows about it).

But it comes at a price of geological disruptions. Which can be small as an earthquake or large like a massive tectonic shift.

A well in the Gulf of Mexico near the Maconda well suddenly refilled from deep below.

The theory is really strong and only held back by political agendas.

Deep in Earth, Uranium and Thorium along with lots of radiation form oil.

Which is why oil refineries must clean the radioactive sludge from their pipes.



I'm not gonna post enough to prove it, that would be pages upon pages of research to disseminate.

Ask why other planets moons have a shit ton of oil on them!
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


Abiotic oil...there is a poster on here who knows a shit ton about it (know personally) and I need to get him to post here about it. Perhaps this is why Synthia is needed to help prices continue to rise.
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Matt Simmons!!!!! when he went public about this and the under ground river. the seemingly endless oil. the rupture of the BP well....the soon to be event happening in La....
well he is dead now....down in his hot tub of a heart attack.


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now check this out....what changed Matt's mind?


[link to www.youtube.com]

did he learn something?????
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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If ya'll look where Beaumont is it's east Texas, and pretty much in Louisiana. This is crazy if it's true. All of Louisiana, and East Texas could either sink, or explode. Lets pray it doesnt.
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Im just East of Dallas co,Tx in southern Kaufman co,saw some guys checking what looks like a n.gas pipeline with those big Valves on the top yesterday.

Its located on HWY 34 going south out of the city of Kaufman about half mile down,in my neighborhood we are surrounded by the lines.

Few years back one blew and killed some teens that was out in a pasture not far from my home,a leak was sparked by the truck as they drove over it.

Maybe the men were just doing reg. checks?
i hope thats what it was.
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10/14/2012 01:54 PM

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[link to money.howstuffworks.com]

read this article...
it talks about this country's oil reserves.
where they are stored.
look at La and all their issues.
now this in texas???
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If ya'll look where Beaumont is it's east Texas, and pretty much in Louisiana. This is crazy if it's true. All of Louisiana, and East Texas could either sink, or explode. Lets pray it doesnt.
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Im just East of Dallas co,Tx in southern Kaufman co,saw some guys checking what looks like a n.gas pipeline with those big Valves on the top yesterday.

Its located on HWY 34 going south out of the city of Kaufman about half mile down,in my neighborhood we are surrounded by the lines.

Few years back one blew and killed some teens that was out in a pasture not far from my home,a leak was sparked by the truck as they drove over it.

Maybe the men were just doing reg. checks?
i hope thats what it was.
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Wasn't there a small earthquake in Dallas recently?
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If ya'll look where Beaumont is it's east Texas, and pretty much in Louisiana. This is crazy if it's true. All of Louisiana, and East Texas could either sink, or explode. Lets pray it doesnt.
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Im just East of Dallas co,Tx in southern Kaufman co,saw some guys checking what looks like a n.gas pipeline with those big Valves on the top yesterday.

Its located on HWY 34 going south out of the city of Kaufman about half mile down,in my neighborhood we are surrounded by the lines.

Few years back one blew and killed some teens that was out in a pasture not far from my home,a leak was sparked by the truck as they drove over it.

Maybe the men were just doing reg. checks?
i hope thats what it was.
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Wasn't there a small earthquake in Dallas recently?
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folks, this is where our country STORES ALL THE OIL RESERVES!
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It appears to me that they connected 2 oil/gas layers when they drilled the Macondo well and then sealed it. Now all the ultra hi-pressure gas and oil is heading up the New Madrid fault. It's getting into all the upper oil and gas structures and and aquifers.
Doomamis Maximus scared
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


I think so too!
A similar accident happened in Germany, when they drilled thru a dry gypsum layer into a pressured water cavern. Gypsum expands when getting wet.
The village above the borehole is now slowly breaking apart due to the expansion.

[link to translate.google.com]
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It appears to me that they connected 2 oil/gas layers when they drilled the Macondo well and then sealed it. Now all the ultra hi-pressure gas and oil is heading up the New Madrid fault. It's getting into all the upper oil and gas structures and and aquifers.
Doomamis Maximus scared
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


I think so too!
A similar accident happened in Germany, when they drilled thru a dry gypsum layer into a pressured water cavern. Gypsum expands when getting wet.
The village above the borehole is now slowly breaking apart due to the expansion.

[link to translate.google.com]
 Quoting: TheDot 25461061

only we now have highly pressured methane pushing up crude oil and other nasty explosive hydrocarbons!
BOOM!
no BIG BA DA BOOM!!!!
a good video editor can make anyone say anything the editor wants.
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It appears to me that they connected 2 oil/gas layers when they drilled the Macondo well and then sealed it. Now all the ultra hi-pressure gas and oil is heading up the New Madrid fault. It's getting into all the upper oil and gas structures and and aquifers.
Doomamis Maximus scared
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


I think so too!
A similar accident happened in Germany, when they drilled thru a dry gypsum layer into a pressured water cavern. Gypsum expands when getting wet.
The village above the borehole is now slowly breaking apart due to the expansion.

[link to translate.google.com]
 Quoting: TheDot 25461061

only we now have highly pressured methane pushing up crude oil and other nasty explosive hydrocarbons!
BOOM!
no BIG BA DA BOOM!!!!
 Quoting: psyoptics


Theres nothing to do about it!
That happens when you poke a hole into HELL!

Macondo holds 1.500 psi ?!
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Op said they were all Natural gas wells, not oil wells. I'd tend to think it has more to do with what is going on in Louisiana instead of the Gulf. That said, only detailed maps of oil and gas fields and their known underground interaction could shed more light on this subject.
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I say Out-gassing, and collapse of underground caverns soon.

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east texas here and the drilling co have been drilling like crazy lately i wonder if it's any relation
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Any way for you to check to see if the drilling is to relieve pressure?
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If ya'll look where Beaumont is it's east Texas, and pretty much in Louisiana. This is crazy if it's true. All of Louisiana, and East Texas could either sink, or explode. Lets pray it doesnt.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23746394


Im just East of Dallas co,Tx in southern Kaufman co,saw some guys checking what looks like a n.gas pipeline with those big Valves on the top yesterday.

Its located on HWY 34 going south out of the city of Kaufman about half mile down,in my neighborhood we are surrounded by the lines.

Few years back one blew and killed some teens that was out in a pasture not far from my home,a leak was sparked by the truck as they drove over it.

Maybe the men were just doing reg. checks?
i hope thats what it was.
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Wasn't there a small earthquake in Dallas recently?
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3 of um in 24 hours,frack areas for N.Gas/oil
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I work in big lake a couple of miles away im in roustabout & there's been alt of pipes busting. Will this over pressure affect the ppl working in the field in any way shape or form?wtf
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If ya'll look where Beaumont is it's east Texas, and pretty much in Louisiana. This is crazy if it's true. All of Louisiana, and East Texas could either sink, or explode. Lets pray it doesnt.
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Watch right after the election for major doom in "natural resources"

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Different wells, different set pressures with 'normal' spikes requiring the PRV to relieve pressure. Normal for one or two daily releases per well of 10-15 PSI over well ambient pressure. Average over pressure on all was 30-45 PSI over ambient pressure, and all between 4pm and 6pm yesterday. Some E/I meters have been online for 10 years, none less than 5, never seen this kind of increase or that many going off in that time range.
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Well, 500 psi in these Haynesville Shale wells would be low pressure. Are you hearing of any blow-outs from these increased pressures? For some of the old vertical wells owners they'll saying Sweet! ha
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Could be hydraulic Fracturing?
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Read about abiotic oil. If the Texas wells are replenishing, that is good for oil prices (if the public ever knows about it).

But it comes at a price of geological disruptions. Which can be small as an earthquake or large like a massive tectonic shift.

A well in the Gulf of Mexico near the Maconda well suddenly refilled from deep below.

The theory is really strong and only held back by political agendas.

Deep in Earth, Uranium and Thorium along with lots of radiation form oil.

Which is why oil refineries must clean the radioactive sludge from their pipes.



I'm not gonna post enough to prove it, that would be pages upon pages of research to disseminate.

Ask why other planets moons have a shit ton of oil on them!
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


Maybe they tried to move the oil up. Then the lower pressure in the lower chambers will allow the refill with the new oil.
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


It appears to me that they connected 2 oil/gas layers when they drilled the Macondo well and then sealed it. Now all the ultra hi-pressure gas and oil is heading up the New Madrid fault. It's getting into all the upper oil and gas structures and and aquifers.
Doomamis Maximus scared
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


I think so too!
A similar accident happened in Germany, when they drilled thru a dry gypsum layer into a pressured water cavern. Gypsum expands when getting wet.
The village above the borehole is now slowly breaking apart due to the expansion.

[link to translate.google.com]
 Quoting: TheDot 25461061

only we now have highly pressured methane pushing up crude oil and other nasty explosive hydrocarbons!
BOOM!
no BIG BA DA BOOM!!!!
 Quoting: psyoptics


Theres nothing to do about it!
That happens when you poke a hole into HELL!

Macondo holds 1.500 psi ?!
 Quoting: TheDot 25461061


Actually, 15,000-45,000 psi

Well beyond our technology to hold. What they did is not fixable. That well of oil and methane (40% methane) is rupturing as we speak. It takes time due to the enormous pressures involved, everything is squeezed together tight. But it is coming.

When she erupts, the disasters that follow will be beyond biblical.
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Op said they were all Natural gas wells, not oil wells. I'd tend to think it has more to do with what is going on in Louisiana instead of the Gulf. That said, only detailed maps of oil and gas fields and their known underground interaction could shed more light on this subject.
 Quoting: Mr. D 4603964


Due to the extreme depths of the gulf rupture, a larger region then you may think is effected by this.

Plus the dynamic weight of water will help push the pressure releases towards the coast, less resistance.
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Read about abiotic oil. If the Texas wells are replenishing, that is good for oil prices (if the public ever knows about it).

But it comes at a price of geological disruptions. Which can be small as an earthquake or large like a massive tectonic shift.

A well in the Gulf of Mexico near the Maconda well suddenly refilled from deep below.

The theory is really strong and only held back by political agendas.

Deep in Earth, Uranium and Thorium along with lots of radiation form oil.

Which is why oil refineries must clean the radioactive sludge from their pipes.



I'm not gonna post enough to prove it, that would be pages upon pages of research to disseminate.

Ask why other planets moons have a shit ton of oil on them!
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


Maybe they tried to move the oil up. Then the lower pressure in the lower chambers will allow the refill with the new oil.
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


...


I think so too!
A similar accident happened in Germany, when they drilled thru a dry gypsum layer into a pressured water cavern. Gypsum expands when getting wet.
The village above the borehole is now slowly breaking apart due to the expansion.

[link to translate.google.com]
 Quoting: TheDot 25461061

only we now have highly pressured methane pushing up crude oil and other nasty explosive hydrocarbons!
BOOM!
no BIG BA DA BOOM!!!!
 Quoting: psyoptics


Theres nothing to do about it!
That happens when you poke a hole into HELL!

Macondo holds 1.500 psi ?!
 Quoting: TheDot 25461061


Actually, 15,000-45,000 psi

Well beyond our technology to hold. What they did is not fixable. That well of oil and methane (40% methane) is rupturing as we speak. It takes time due to the enormous pressures involved, everything is squeezed together tight. But it is coming.

When she erupts, the disasters that follow will be beyond biblical.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


Could I trouble you to tell us more? If you can?

I mean what's holding down there if at all?
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What the hell is this shit? New madrid plates oiled up and ready to start slip slidin away? All this to build a port inside the USA per that video.

Fricken madness, I tell you.....
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What the hell is this shit? New madrid plates oiled up and ready to start slip slidin away? All this to build a port inside the USA per that video.

Fricken madness, I tell you.....
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23011194


Yeah, I was sort of thinking the same thing. Have you see those pics of the 50K barrels or so in that bayou?

Something is rotten in Cajun country

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It appears to me that they connected 2 oil/gas layers when they drilled the Macondo well and then sealed it. Now all the ultra hi-pressure gas and oil is heading up the New Madrid fault. It's getting into all the upper oil and gas structures and and aquifers.
Doomamis Maximus scared
 Quoting: Phillip J. Fry


I think so too!
A similar accident happened in Germany, when they drilled thru a dry gypsum layer into a pressured water cavern. Gypsum expands when getting wet.
The village above the borehole is now slowly breaking apart due to the expansion.

[link to translate.google.com]
 Quoting: TheDot 25461061

only we now have highly pressured methane pushing up crude oil and other nasty explosive hydrocarbons!
BOOM!
no BIG BA DA BOOM!!!!
 Quoting: psyoptics


Theres nothing to do about it!
That happens when you poke a hole into HELL!

Macondo holds 1.500 psi ?!
 Quoting: TheDot 25461061


yes.

and the only solution to this thing is to let BP and Transocean
be allowed to drill 5 or 6 wells into the Macondo Reservoir
and draw out all of the oil, which will reduce the pressure
and stop the leak.
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I think so too!
A similar accident happened in Germany, when they drilled thru a dry gypsum layer into a pressured water cavern. Gypsum expands when getting wet.
The village above the borehole is now slowly breaking apart due to the expansion.

[link to translate.google.com]
 Quoting: TheDot 25461061

only we now have highly pressured methane pushing up crude oil and other nasty explosive hydrocarbons!
BOOM!
no BIG BA DA BOOM!!!!
 Quoting: psyoptics


Theres nothing to do about it!
That happens when you poke a hole into HELL!

Macondo holds 1.500 psi ?!
 Quoting: TheDot 25461061


yes.

and the only solution to this thing is to let BP and Transocean
be allowed to drill 5 or 6 wells into the Macondo Reservoir
and draw out all of the oil, which will reduce the pressure
and stop the leak.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Company man alert, he's spewing his load on every LA thread. Beware the quick fix. I think every one here is a lot smarter than to buy your line...
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yes.

and the only solution to this thing is to let BP and Transocean
be allowed to drill 5 or 6 wells into the Macondo Reservoir
and draw out all of the oil, which will reduce the pressure
and stop the leak.
 Quoting: dr.einstein


Company man alert, he's spewing his load on every LA thread. Beware the quick fix. I think every one here is a lot smarter than to buy your line...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25450516


I don't know, man. I mean, you've got a pressure problem, right? Have you got a better idea?
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