6 Trees Eaten By Lake FUBAR + Thurs., Fri. News

Bayou Corne sinkhole swallows six more trees [but they claim it’s stabilizing . . . ]

Heli_ANI

LA12stabilizing

See also –  ‘If TEPCO Ran the Salt Cavern Collapse Response

Afternoon update from the parish blog says they are keeping the Code 1 status.

Fridaythe parish blog admits the new south berm is being re-directedEvening update: helicorders still very active Friday night.

NEWS

KATC – Save Lake Peigneur fights DNR in Iberia court < has video Gulf of Mexico news – US Navy’s “Shock and Awe” Environmental Assault

President Obama to trim methane emissions

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration Friday announced a strategy to start slashing emissions of methane, a greenhouse gas released by landfills, cattle, and leaks from oil and natural gas production. . . .

Slough In at Sinkhole

flyingcuttlefish:

ALERT! ALERT!

Originally posted on Assumption Parish Police Jury:

At approximately 3:45 this afternoon, a burp and slough-in occurred on the sinkhole. Debris is present and floating on the sinkhole and trees near Pad #3 sloughed in. A slight odor of hydrocarbons is present in the Bayou Corne community. As information develops, it will be shared here.

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Big Oil Spill in Texas + Weekend News

Galveston Bay oil spill threatens bird migration

McALLEN, Texas (AP) — Crews were working through the night after a barge carrying nearly a million gallons of especially thick, sticky oil collided with a ship in Galveston Bay, leaking an unknown amount of the fuel into the popular bird habitat as the peak of the migratory shorebird season was approaching. . . .

A barge loaded with marine fuel oil sits partially submerged in the Houston Ship Channel < has photo 

USCG photo

Texas City dike closed after barge and ship collide

As much as 168,000 gallons of thick shipping fuel may have spilled into Galveston Bay after a ship and barge collided near the Texas City dike Saturday afternoon, sparking closures on the waterway and prompting a massive cleanup effort. . . .  < has photos

Big quake swarm off Chile

‘Old’ news getting recycled about Bayou Corne for some reason. NSA pranking the web?

SUNDAY

1 P.M. fluid movement at lake FUBAR. It shows up at the LA10 bottom borehole.

St. James Parish – New Orleans Times-PicayuneEPA opposes state air permit for Nucor iron plant in Convent

Some bills emerge as Louisiana Oil and Gas Association favorites -cry Laws would stall agencies’ ability to file lawsuits

Upcoming Event:

Save Lake Peigneur, Inc. & LEAN’s lawsuit against the division of Coastal Management within the Department of Natural Resources will be held on:
Date: Wednesday, March 26
Time: 9 AM  10 A.M.
Place: Iberia Parish Courthouse
300 S Iberia Street, New Iberia
The lawsuit against the state resulted from Coastal Management (CM) granting the permit to dredge contingent on Injection & Mining Division granting the final permit making. We dispute that Coastal Management did not do due diligence by granting the permit.
Try and show up if you can even if just for a short time.

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Friday News – Water Festival is Tomorrow in Baton Rouge

REMINDER - MARCH 8 the Green Army Water Festival in Baton Rouge is at the State Capitol Grounds
from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m..

If you care about clean Louisiana water try to go. DETAILS

JPL – NASA Radar Demonstrates Ability to Foresee Sinkholes

The parish blog has an update. Same work, same Code 1.

The AdvocateJames Gill: Industry spokesman doesn’t worry about the facts

Briggs’ pathetic performance

Is Vermilion Parish Sinking Into the Gulf of Mexico?

Carlsbad salt dome nuke disaster — IKK!! Scientists will also eventually begin testing the salt mined in the north mine for radiation contamination. WIPP currently sells the salt to local private industry, including for use as salt feed at local dairies. Franco [of DOE] said he thinks the DOE should be able to continue selling the mined salt.”

Got Plutonium?

Before It’s News – 3 Methane Gas Leak/Explosions In 2 Days, Expect More, Scientists Say

Near Charlotte, N.C. – Several Quail Hollow students sickened at school

“. . . . Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools officials said authorities were working to determine the cause of the illnesses, but a report from Medic called the situation a “gas leak.”

Charlotte Fire Department Spokesman Mark Basnight told the Observer there was no evidence of a gas leak, and that firefighters hadn’t detected any substance when they arrived. . . .”