3:50 p.m. Update from the Office of Conservation


. . .  what the heck???  LA10 boom, boom, boom!

Assumption Parish Police Jury

Bayou Corne/Grand Bayou Response Activity

Monday, Sep. 30 work-

Sinkhole Activity Code 2 – elevated – increase in number of Very Long Profile seismic activity, generally associated with movement of gas/fluid below sinkhole, in area of sinkhole/Oxy 3 cavern – requires halting all work directly on sinkhole


Sub-slab Sampling and Ventilation

– Conducting ventilation system inspections.

– Scheduling vacuum tests at 116 Crawfish Stew and 135 Crawfish Stew



– Monitoring pump drawdown tests of OGRW 1 (Oxy 2 well pad), ORW 9 (west of containment berm), ORWs 39 and 40 (north of containment berm)

– Removing water from ORWs 28 and 30 (north of La. 70, west of Texas Brine facility)

– Installing CPT 90 (west of Bayou Corne, south of La. 70)

– Starting test of DPVE 47 (access road west of containment berm)

– Installing flow meters from DPVE/ORW water tanks for discharge into…

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6 thoughts on “3:50 p.m. Update from the Office of Conservation


    Very short duration high intensity spikes just how long would those black trace lines be if they weren’t clipped or limited

    • That’s my question. And if anyone doubts USGS rmoves man-made quakes or Texas Brine quakes from the records try and find ANY of these huge spikes we see on the helicorders on the USGS list.

      They throw the data away and we see it all the time.

      • Two hopes of that happening BOB & NO.

        I expect that’s why the berm gates have gone in, so people only see what they want them to see.
        In the words of the great scooby doo

        “We would have got away with it it it weren’t for you meddling kids”

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