Monday News, Crosstex Switcheroo and Flood Risk Maps

New DNR Inspection Report says water level inside the berm is dropping. See end of report.

Thanks to Freedomrox for tip – 😉

Crosstex came out with a batch of updates(!). The latest one is for April 23rdNow they are only a WEEK behind with the “daily” updates 🙂  For APRIL 23:

Well #1 – 48,533 barrels of normal butane
Well #2 – 28,862 barrels of lpg mix

So propane was sold off or moved out? LPG mix … what’s that?

Liquefied Petroleum Gas = LPG.

This example is 60% C3H8 Propane / 40% C4H10 Butane but we can’t say what “mix” Crosstex has down there. Propane is now a “mix” with butane! That sounds real safe next to a collapsing salt dome! Let’s look some more!

LPG Material Safety Data Sheet < oh! It’s highly flammable and is explosive if mixed with air!

LPG_flammable

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The AdvocateA bump of water coming down the Mississippi River has prompted the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to start conducting twice-a-week levee inspections along the lower Mississippi River.

A standing river flood warning is continued –

...THE FLOOD WARNING CONTINUES FOR THE FOLLOWING RIVERS IN
LOUISIANA...
  MISSISSIPPI RIVER AT RED RIVER LANDING AFFECTING EAST BATON
  ROUGE...POINTE COUPEE AND WEST FELICIANA PARISHES . . . . (more)

The rivers are on this map  Donaldson forecast (not far from Lake FUBAR) and Baton Rouge:



Lake FUBAR is in  PANEL 50, section 22007C0050D  in this flood risk map
Panel 50 map   But it’s a 1975 map. FEMA is using old maps.

2.3 quake in Triana, Alabama < MAP

QUESTIONS FOR HELICORDER SUBCONTRACTOR

1. Where is the updated website promised in January under Directive 1? Is Ceri it, because if so..it isn’t updated with the additional Geo Wells?
2. At what microvolt is each geophone set at, in all locations, LA10-16, and where are the large deep geophone readings.. GEOPHONE WELLS 1,2, and 3? They are in operation, yet the public is not receiving any readings…why?
3. Can the e-mail given at the top of the page get fixed? No one getting answers back.

 

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11 thoughts on “Monday News, Crosstex Switcheroo and Flood Risk Maps

  1. Tennessee is Spilling water from there Dams it coming to you in Louisiana we had a lot of rain in East Tennessee Saturday and Sunday as well.
    TVA spills water over Norris Dam
    TVA opened all three spill gates Thursday afternoon, because Norris Dam is around five-feet above where it should be for this time of year. In fact, it’s even two-feet higher than the summer pool levels during the recreation season. The spill at the dam is expected to continue into May. (UPDATED FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2013, 6:00 AM)
    The dam is spilling about 15,000 gallons of water per second.
    TVA try to avoid spilling water because it’s low-cost power generation
    http://www.wate.com/story/22081523/tva-spills-water-over-norris-dam
    http://www.wbir.com/news/article/271669/2/TVA-opens-spill-gates-at-Norris-Dam

    • hey, added important stuff about Crosstex to Monday news. Plus I didn’t compare recent back-to-back updates to see rate of transfer from #1 to #2 etc.

      • Explosive when mixed with air? No chance of that happening! I can’t believe that cavern has been allowed to keep anything flammable in it! The manner in which this situation has been handled from the beginning is just amazing to me! And, the Chevron cavern who’s name has disappeared from all the maps…doesn’t it still have natural gas in it? Seems a miracle to me that nothing horrendous has happened out there!

      • Yeah! And of course there are NO bubbles of anything down there!
        Crooks!
        They are operating “as normal” and announcing it which will make DNR liable if it blows up!

        Better not be any smoking!
        Plus – the “signs” of a leak in a pipeline or in LPG storage thing has just the usual … bubbles, low vapor, odd smell,. . with big caution NO SMOKING and NO cell phones or electronic (sparky) devices.
        Do workers know???

        And how can they notice bubbling? Whole place a cauldron of 7-Up!

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