They backdated it to Aug. 1st.
Better late than never.
ONE-YEAR UPDATE . . . red pencils ready?
The Advocate – Second La. facility gets OK to export LNG
WASHINGTON – A second facility in Louisiana received approval Wednesday from the U.S. Department of Energy to export liquefied natural gas to countries not covered by free trade agreements.
Lake Charles Exports LLC is the third such company nationally to be granted approval. Cheniere Energy’s Sabine Pass LNG Terminal in Cameron Parish was the first Louisiana plant to get that approval. . . .
Song: Bye Bye Bayou Corne
DNR has a new Inspection Report (8-8) They may be overly optimistic about the the berm roads’ condition at the end. They constantly are dumping clay and gravel/shells on the roads just to keep up.
Houston Chronicle – Louisiana residents fleeing giant sinkhole sue Houston-based company
WAFB has the history of Lake FUBAR in 111 photos!
The Bayou Corne sinkhole is one year old – by Cherri Foytlin, Bridge the Gulf < it has home owner, Mike Schaff’s letter!
As world-wide media interest in Bayou Corne’s disaster grows we see the story made it to popular newsy blog, Boing Boing!.