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Sinkhole Geologist: I知 here to tell you I was wrong about low pressure readings

 
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10/28/2012 04:06 PM

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Sinkhole Geologist: I知 here to tell you I was wrong about low pressure readings
的 am here tonight to tell you I was wrong on that because what we found subsequent to that, all the perforations in those wells are clogged up, so we were reading low pressure, but it didn稚 mean anything because the perforations were clogged up, Hecox said.


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10/29/2012 02:54 AM

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Re: Sinkhole Geologist: I知 here to tell you I was wrong about low pressure readings
I am a bit confused as to what this means.

I thought these vent wells were put into place to allow gas a place to escape? Well, I guess I misunderstood.

When I saw that the gauges on them were all at zero, I thought that odd, yet, never suspected that this indicated a problem.

The piping looked appropriate for gas fittings, so I figured all was well, even though pressure was nil; then again, I'm not in their industry.

Wouldn't they have had to TEST that gas was escaping, before securing the gauges? At that point, they would have had to have registered some degree of pressure...otherwise, their perforation would have been faulty from the start...meaning, no gas was reached.

Aren't these perforations supposed to be cased and further secured by concrete? Wouldn't this process necessarily be done as concise as when preparing both extraction and injection wells?

How could it get clogged without them knowing? There would have had to be a baseline pressure from the start.


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Hmmm. I want to see where this 'admittance' leads, because the video is too short. But, I have a hurricane thingy about to hit us. I'm trying to keep up with events at Napoleanville, but, my attention is getting a bit diverted.


Thanks for posting this.


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