MsReesa says this document on faults shows one under Lake Peigneur (p. 10)
2.6 quake in Manila, Arkansas– near the Tenn. border.
We did an update on the situation with the gas leak in the Gulf of Mexico. Updates will go onto that post.
Severe weather is missing the salt dome collapse zone but there is a high wind advisory. Weather report. Rain and thunder storms due. More water to add to Lake FUBAR. More weight on top of the failed cavern.
PONCHATOULA, LA (WAFB) –More rain this week is only going to be making a problem in Ponchatoula worse. Tombstones are sinking because of the saturated ground, and those left behind are now fighting a losing battle with Mother Nature.
Over in Baton Rouge there’s a DNR PipeLine Hearing today.
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) –The federal government is scrambling to figure out a fix for several weather satellites that may soon stop working. The consequences could be the difference between life and death here in south Louisiana come hurricane season and beyond.
Forecasters use weather satellites to help predict where a storm might end up, everything from hurricanes to snow storms to every day weather.
A recent report from the Government Accountability Office says the system is in big trouble. . .
On BP fine spending – Lawmaker wants BP fine restrictions
Oil drilling news item – Gulf of Mexico Poised to Remain Strong in Coming Years
This story in The Comet has a great PHOTO: Legislators discuss Bayou Corne sinkhole
LEAN Reports on the Feb. 19 Senate Meeting –
Bayou Corne Residents Request Buy-outs at Senate Hearing, LEAN Makes Recommendations
Jena is in the middle of Louisiana, far from Napoleonville.
The map also shows a LOT OF SULPHER SMELLS and HYDROGEN SULPHER LEAKS in Southern Louisiana.
We can’t find news about the sinkhole status, size or the status of endangered nearby caverns. The company reports aren’t up to date on the DNR site.
MORE here later . . . maybe . . .