Weekend News

SATURDAY

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Fluid Movement at 1 a.m. – shown well on LA12 but on most monitors. It calmed down. Then . . .

HUGE Fluid Movement after 3 p.m. Saturday that lasted over 2 hours! It was on most of the monitors but not all of them. Oddly, it was on the bottom borehole only at LA10 and on the upper borehole only at LA17. It showed a lot at LA12, 18 and 19.

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At 4:42 p.m. a large TWANG went off at LA21.
2.7 quake at Englewood, Tennessee < has map

NOTE: We added a link on the sidebar for our new YELLOWSTONE page ->

NEWS

Ohio geologists link small quakes to fracking

WBRZ – Pipeline owner seeks OK for pipeline abandonment

MONROE – Federal regulators have denied a request from American Midstream Partners to speed up consideration of its proposed abandonment of the Midla natural gas pipeline in Louisiana and Mississippi.
On Friday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission refused to shorten the objection period for people opposed to the abandonment. . . .

Accident-Waiting-To-Happen Dept.:

 SUNDAY

LOTS of sudden fluid movement at Lake FUBAR. It is shown well at LA10-03 (deepest borehole). It looks the same on the monitor as the chart shown above.

Late at night LA12 helicorder wouldn’t show and this error message came up. folkworm_error

Bayou Corne has a New Fly Over from On Wings of Care

flyingcuttlefish:

jerks (WordPress) …. trying to keep this news from the public

Originally posted on flying cuttlefish picayune:

NEW PHOTOS and VIDEO!

[ WordPress is blocking me from editing The Louisiana Sinkhole Bugle  so I am posting this in the parent blog ]

WORDPRESS: Why are you blocking the Bugle from readers?

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Rare Good News Thursday

Parish assessor wins salt dome ruling – $500K more in property taxes to be collected yearly

” . . .  He [Attorney Brian Eddington, who handled the case for the parish]  said probably the biggest of these other cases is in Assumption Parish where a sinkhole, linked to another salt dome cavern, has eaten homes and threatened a major highway. That sinkhole covers more than 29 acres and is continuing to expand.Eddington said 13 salt caverns exist in Assumption Parish and locals have been largely kept in the dark about them until now. . .  “

” . . .  [St. Landry Tax Assessor Rhyn Duplechain ]  Duplechain said six taxing districts cover the area where the salt dome caverns are located. They will now share in the $1.3 million in escrow as well as the added $500,000 a year. . . “

Good. They got a pot of money. Now they can put up live cams around Lake FUBAR and make the feed available to the public.

AND –

Thanks to community input the Awful Bill was stopped, sort of. It was delayed til next week. Sent in: “This bill was put off until next week. They must have chickened out!  “

The AdvocateJudge grants preliminary OK in sinkhole settlement

Tuesday News

The Advocate - Residents settle for $48 million in sinkhole lawsuit

KATC – Texas Brine reaches Bayou Corne sinkhole settlement

Mother JonesResidents Displaced by Massive Sinkhole Reach $48 Million Settlement With Mining Company

Thanks to Net Vibes for news links;)

Deborah Dupré – La. Sinkhole Nat’l Sacrifice Zone: Energy Refugees Settle, $48M

Washington PostVance McAllister is part of a long line of scandalized Louisiana politicians. A VERY long line.

The Advocate  – Court ruling may lead to higher taxes for salt caverns

“Some cavern owners like Dow, however, have claimed they followed the law, arguing the caverns are land confused, which means it’s not their job to report.”

The Parish Blog has an update. They are still on Code 1.

Monday Wake Up Alarm Goes Off at 4 A.M.

At LA10-02

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Lots of Central America seismic activity around Mexico -

NEWS

Baton Rouge area – Storm dumps hail, takes off roof, causes scattered outages

The Lens – Oil and gas industry looking to kill lawsuits from Jefferson, Plaquemines over wetlands

Sinkhole Swallows Two Cars In Detroit, Car fell into hole moments after the first car was rescued

Weekend News & Weather Alert

Ecuador volcano eruptsMAP

We don’t know if the seismic activity on the monitors is from machinery and pumping at Lake FUBAR or from sloshing from all these far away geology events in Chile etc. heli_button

Investment Watch – Louisiana Bayou Corne Sinkhole: Burp, Slough-in

IND Reporter – Green Army pays Robideaux visit

Two reps from the group that calls itself the Green Army say state Rep. Joel Robideaux is dodging calls from his constituents who want answers on why he’s become a “waterboy” for the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association. . .

New Orleans Times-Picayune If Legislature forbids levee lawsuits, Louisiana taxpayers will pay the price of coastal repairs: Mark Davis

Something happened at Lake FUBAR after 10:30 p.m. Sunday night. It shows best at LA21.

SUNDAY WEATHER ALERT:

For Assumption Parish- … Flash Flood Watch remains in effect through Monday afternoon… 

TORNADO WATCH TIL 3 A.M.

Find more about Weather in Napoleonville, LA
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RADAR

 

Fluid Movement at Lake FUBAR at 10 P.M. Thursday + NEWS

THURSDAY NEWS

It shows on many helicorders . . .  it looks like this (LA19):

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 NOTE: Many large quakes in Central America after the big quake swarm (ongoing) in Chile. Wed. – a 5.9 quake in Panama … these may be showing also on the helicorders and sloshing everything around.

At 10:20 a.m. the monitors at LA10-01 and 02 went offline. Quake Watch guy gave a nice answer as to what might be going on there.

FRIDAY NEWS

Oh, the helicorders aren’t turned off at LA10s. Check out Quake Watch‘s info for LA10-01 today. That’s what they don’t want people to see!

The Parish blog has an update today.

Deborah Dupré – Video Of Louisiana 30-Acre Sinkhole Eating Well Pad. People Next? Officials Worry

Seismic Action Overnight & Wed. News

All night seismic activity at LA12

Others pretty quiet except LA17-02
We wonder what the berms look like now since they were sagging and seeping 5 days ago (shown in the video).

3.3 quake at Yellowstone

Idiot Louisiana House natural resources committee thinks the big concern for Louisiana is cigs thrown from car windows. Not giant oil and gas polluters and toxic sludge dumpers.